Shot at Chenggong Market in Taipei, Taiwan.
Various things were sold in this Chenggong Market. Of course, there were butchers in the market. Chinese culture has no contraindicated foodstuffs. Unlike Hinduism, beef was not regarded as taboo. Unlike Islam, pork was not regarded as taboo. Various meat are sold in the market. Besides, the inner parts are also sold. It is said Chinese people eat all the four-limbed creature except tables and chairs.
Walking around the local market, I came to a butcher. A man wearing an apron was working. A kitchen knife was in his right hand. And he held a bunch of meat in his left hand. It seemed to be pork. He was just cutting the meat. When he noticed me holding a camera, he started to smile without stopping working.
December 4, 2019
RICOH GR III