This is a picture of... lacquered roast ducks, geese and other poultry hanging in the window of a butcher's shop.
At the time I took this ChinaSnap! I was... in Hong Kong, walking the tiny alleys of Central and SoHo and taking in the sights and smells of the food market.
I remember that... I enjoyed walking this street more than visiting Hong Kong's jewelry and fashion stores. Moments of daily life in China for me are the most enjoyable, like people picking out their week's groceries from the street markets and bargaining over a good price. I think it's where you see the differences in culture and world view the most. Think about it - in the US, do we bargain over our groceries? Watch a live fish be butchered for our fillet? Let chickens run around our feet until we buy it to feed our family? Those differences affect more than our dinner, it's how we view "the way things should be" in the world.
This qualifies as a ChinaSnap! because... ducks hanging in and cooks pulling noodles in restaurant windows are some of those quintessential China moments to me. Food markets with the bright fruits and vegetables, the fish flapping in the water, and the ducks glistening from the fat - well, I'm getting hungry just thinking about it.
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