Remotelands.com reported –
Did you know that a few hours north of Guilin exists a beautiful, verdant village, where cars cannot reach, where few tourists ever venture, where the women’s long, black hair is the stuff of legend? A forty-minute climb up a steep hill will bring to you the home of the Red Yao, a friendly culture with a long history they are happy to share.
The women in this village have a special “coiling of the hair” ceremony. Red Yao women only cut their hair once in their life, at the age of 16. They save that hair and attach it back to their heads each day in a special ceremony
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Another post about Xiao Zhai’s women HERE.
In Chongqing, China, a public transportation monorail cuts straight through a high rise apartment building. In a similar vein, the Tower Gate Building, in Japan, has a highway exit ramp running through it’s 5th, 6th, and 7th floors.
Published November 30, 2016
Tags: China, Chinese factory, Chinese Steel Mill, heavy industry, Inner Mongolia, Kevin Frayer, OSHA, photography, pic, picture, pollution, steel production, working conditions
From BuzzFeed –
As the world’s biggest polluter, China faces an extraordinary challenge in reducing its emissions — one made all the more difficult because of the countless high-polluting factories scattered across the country. Authorities have moved to shut down many of the worst-offending factories, but some factory owners simply pay informal “fines” to local authorities before re-opening. Photojournalist Kevin Frayer traveled to Inner Mongolia with Getty Images earlier this month to capture some haunting pictures of life inside one steel mill.
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