Shot at Chenggong Market in Taipei, Taiwan.
Found also a Taiwanese tea shop in the Chenggong Market. Tea is a national drink in Taiwan. And it is one of the areas producing tea. I don't know if that's true or not, but some people say the quality of Taiwanese tea is much high than tea produced in the Chinese mainland. As a matter of fact, to buy Taiwanese tea was one of the reasons I came to Taiwan.
The man wearing an apron in this photo was selling tea leaves in the market. When I came to his shop, he offered the customers to taste the tea. And he started to give a sales talk over-dramatically. The customer drank in what the shop owner said as if he kinda got it and he kinda didn't. Yet the shop owner didn't stop talking. Although I couldn't understand what he said, I could feel his sense of enthusiasm.
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October 26, 2019
RICOH GR III