Me and Chairman Mao
We were walking home from dinner the other night when all of a sudden two cartcycles, each loaded with gigantic bags of Styrofoam blocks, materialized out of the darkness and wheeled past us. It took me a few seconds to get over my initial surprise and dig my camera out, but I did manage to get a shot of them before they disappeared. It's hard to tell because there's no people in the picture, but the wheels on the back of the cartcycles are not much bigger than your standard bicycle wheel, which means the bags of Styrofoam were really big. Amazingly big really, if bags of Styrofoam can be classified as such.

Is it just me, or does this picture remind anyone else of the Grinch making his way up Mount Crumpit after stealing all the presents from Whoville? You know, if the Grinch was real, lived in Shanghai, had multiple leg-powered cartcycles instead of one (very reluctant) dog-powered sleigh, and stole Styrofoam instead of wrapped boxes and all the ingredients for the famous Who feast. But otherwise, it's almost exactly the same ...
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