Shot at Chenggong Market in Taipei, Taiwan.
Some butchers did business in Chenggong Market. It is said that Chinese people eat all the four-limbed creatures except tables and chairs. I think there is no taboo relevant to food in Chinese culture. So various regions of meat were sold in each butcher. In one word, Chinese people were food lovers. Many hunks of meat were also displayed in the butcher in this photo. The customers came here in an endless stream and the staffs were working busily.
Among the customers, I found a bespectacled woman standing still. She put her hand to her chin and pondered long and deeply. What she looked at was pluck hung in the storefront. She seemed not to be able to make up her mind which meat she should buy. If she could not decide, I thought she might as well buy both of them.