Shot in the city of Bangkok, Thailand.
A wagon was placed under the plastic roof by the roadside. It was a stall. Some bottles and many cans were displayed on the wagon. Especially, the can were piled up there. Two types of can were seen. One type was painted in red and white. Seemingly, it was Campbell's Soup can. Yet the place where the cans were displayed was in the tropical city. Those who lived in Bangkok didn't want to eat hot soup under the strong sun. What sold there was not any kind of hot soup.
This stall served iced milk tea and the can contained creamer. People liked to drink sweet beverages in the tropical islands. The sugar might be needed to endure the hotness.