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30 surreal images of Chinese sleeping anywhere

Photographer Chu Yongzhi spent decades recording Chinese people sleeping in the most unusual ways.

News.163 has published a gallery of photos dedicated to those Chinese, overwhelmed by fatigue, who can sleep in the most strange conditions.

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September 9, 2011, Taizhou Jiaojiang port, a worker sleeping on a hill of “foreign garbage”. In Zhejiang Taizhou Jiaojiang port, piles of garbage are shipped from Japan, United States and other countries to Luqiao District Fengjiang decomposition center.
According to Chu Yongzhi, Chinese people has a strong ability to adapt to any situation. May 22, 2013, Jiaxing City, Zhejiang Province, Nanhu District. Workers usually get up at 2 o’clock in the morning.
On April 5, 2011, Jiaxing City, Zhejiang Province, a man sleeping among thousands of ducklings.
February 1, 2013, Zhejiang Hangzhou, a migrant workers with a ‘non-seat ticket’ sleeping in the wagon junction.
August 12, 2008, Zhejiang Jiaxing. Workers set up a tent with two bikes.
August 9, 2013, Huzhou City, Zhejiang Province, for several days the maximum temperature was above 40 ℃. At night, workers reluctant to use air conditioning to sleep moved to the roof of the boats to sleep.
September 23, 2012, a hospital in Xinjiang. A doctor just finished a surgery, is relying on a wall to rest a little bit before to make the next operation.
May 24, 2012, Xinjiang, Aksu, an investor is sleeping.
December 11, 2011, Zhejiang Jiaxing, sales staff lunch break.
July 23, 2012, Xinjiang, Aksu. A Uygur child sleeping on the ground after playing.
November 6, 2011, Jiaxing City, Zhejiang Province Economic Development Zone, kid sleeping on a pile of plastic bottles at a waste recycling station.
June 30, 2012, Xinjiang Aksu City. a Uygur man lying on the abandoned sofa to rest. He and his family come here every day to do some work to dismantle bricks.
On November 10, 2011, a farmer from Sichuan in Tongxiang, Zhejiang Province, sleeping.
August 12, 2012, morning, Xinjiang Aksu Wang Street. Chairs turned into a bed.
September 6, 2012, Xinjiang, Aksu. A primary school classroom: a little boy fall asleep while the teacher is lecturing.
January 7, 2012 morning, Jiaxing station temporary ticket hall, before the Chinese New Year Festival. A young man wrapped in quilts is sleeping, waiting for buying the train ticket.
July 26, 2012, Xinjiang Aksu, a Uygur worker sleeping in a demolition site.
July 21, 2014, Hangzhou. A boy sleeping next to his parents in a workshop.
August 28, 2015, Zhejiang Hengdian. Extras resting during the making of a Chinese war movie.
July 11, 2013 noon, Zhejiang Jiaxing Guiyuan district, a fruit vendor lying in a chair, fell asleep.
July 8, 2013, Zhejiang Linhai Railway Station waiting room. A woman sleeping on her suitcase.
July 7, 2013, Zhejiang Jiaxing. Roadside sleeping worker.
July 5, 2013 5 am, Zhejiang Jiaxing. A migrant worker lying on the side of the road ingsleep on a mat.
December 21, 2012, Fujian Nanping. Worker sleep on the steering wheel of his mianbaoche.
November 5, 2016, Zhejiang market.
November 17, 2016, Zhejiang Jiaxing intensive care hospital, a patient’s family member holding a quilt fall asleep.
November 16, 2016, Zhejiang market. A vendor is sleeping next to the booth.
November 4, 2010 afternoon, Jiaxing City, Zhejiang Province.
July 4, 2013, Hangzhou, Zhejiang. A young man is sleeping.
November 26, 2016, Zhejiang Jiaxing street. An old man is sleeping in his sanlunche.
March 7, 2017, Zhejiang Jiaxing fruit market.

Topic: Chinese sleeping,Chinese sleeping everywhere,Chinese sleeping photos,Unusual View of China

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