Large chunks of pork were scattered on a large table placed in a section of the Bangkok Noi market, and butchers were working among the pork chunks. The butchers were cutting up the big hunks of pork into sections. The cut pieces of meat were grouped into sections. Some parts were thrown into plastic buckets, while others were hung on the table. It must take hours to process such a large amount of meat. It must take hours. But the young men working there seemed to be having a good time.
While the young butchers were chatting away, they were processing one piece of meat after another with great dexterity. Judging from the situation, this must be a pleasant place to work. The young man in the photo, with his upper half naked, was one of the workers at the butcher shop. He was working silently, out of step with his colleagues, who were laughing from time to time. He seemed to be a quiet person. His face was serious as he separated the meat from the bone with a butcher knife in his hand.
In Thailand, by the way, as in Japan, pork is consumed second only to chicken, and on a per capita basis, Thai people seem to eat more pork than Japanese.
|Aug 2018 PEOPLE THAILAND|
|BANGKOK BUTCHER MEAT PORK SHIRTLESS|
August 29, 2018
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