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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-ECO FARM
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April 24, 2020
Tomas Alduaga cleans spring onions at the Lurkoi organic farm, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Busturia, Spain
Tomas Alduaga cleans spring onions at the Lurkoi organic farm, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Tomas Alduaga cleans spring onions at the Lurkoi organic farm, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, Busturia, Spain, April 20, 2020. Picture taken April 20, 2020. REUTERS/Vincent West
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN-ECO FARM
RTX7FF8T
April 24, 2020
Roberto Banos and Tomas Alduaga pick spring onions at the Lurkoi organic farm, during the coronavirus...
Busturia, Spain
Roberto Banos and Tomas Alduaga pick spring onions at the Lurkoi organic farm, during the coronavirus...
Roberto Banos and Tomas Alduaga pick spring onions at the Lurkoi organic farm, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, Busturia, Spain, April 20, 2020. Picture taken April 20, 2020. REUTERS/Vincent West
BRITAIN-EU/FOOD
RTX72J4B
August 07, 2019
Spring onions are seen for sale on a fruit and vegetable stall at Alsager market, Stoke-on-Trent, Britain,...
ALSAGER, United Kingdom
Spring onions are seen for sale on a fruit and vegetable stall at Alsager market, Stoke-on-Trent
Spring onions are seen for sale on a fruit and vegetable stall at Alsager market, Stoke-on-Trent, Britain, August 7, 2019. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
USA-AGRICULTURE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FJIW
November 25, 2014
Spring onions grow on the Chino family farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California March 4, 2013. REUTERS/Mike...
Rancho Santa Fe, UNITED STATES
Spring onions grow on the Chino family farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California
Spring onions grow on the Chino family farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California March 4, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-AGRICULTURE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FJIP
November 25, 2014
Spring onions grow on the Chino family farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California March 4, 2013. REUTERS/Mike...
Rancho Santa Fe, UNITED STATES
Spring onions grow on the Chino family farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California
Spring onions grow on the Chino family farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California March 4, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-AGRICULTURE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FJHX
November 25, 2014
Spring onions grow through a plastic wrap, which is used for germination, at the Chino Farm in Rancho...
Rancho Santa Fe, UNITED STATES
Spring onions grow through a plastic wrap, which is used for germination, at the Chino Farm in Rancho...
Spring onions grow through a plastic wrap, which is used for germination, at the Chino Farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California February 26, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-AGRICULTURE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FJHK
November 25, 2014
Spring onion transplants grow in a green house on the Chino Farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California February...
Rancho Santa Fe, UNITED STATES
Spring onion transplants grow in a green house on the Chino Farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California
Spring onion transplants grow in a green house on the Chino Farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California February 26, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-AGRICULTURE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FJGI
November 25, 2014
Spring onions grow through a plastic wrap, used for germination, at the Chino Farm in Rancho Santa Fe,...
Rancho Santa Fe, UNITED STATES
Spring onions grow through a plastic wrap, used for germination, at the Chino Farm in Rancho Santa Fe,...
Spring onions grow through a plastic wrap, used for germination, at the Chino Farm in Rancho Santa Fe, California February 26, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-AGRICULTURE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FJ27
November 25, 2014
Farmer Tom Chino works in the field of his family's farm as spring onions grow under cloudy skies in...
Rancho Santa Fe, UNITED STATES
Farmer Tom Chino works in the field of his family's farm as spring onions grow under cloudy skies in...
Farmer Tom Chino works in the field of his family's farm as spring onions grow under cloudy skies in Rancho Santa Fe, California March 7, 2013. The gravitational pull of Chino Farm is legendary. Since they don't ship, everyone - whether a top chef or a traveling foodie or a local resident - comes to the farm stand, simply called "Vegetable Shop," on a dusty corner of this affluent San Diego County town, hemmed in by sprawling housing estates. Long before farmers' markets and heirloom vegetables popped up across the country, Tom Chino's parents bought the 45-acre (18.2-hectare) farm after World War Two and forged their independence from wholesalers and supermarkets, setting their prices and cultivating a diverse offering of crops. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT FOOD TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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COLOMBIA-PROTESTS/FARC
RTX12VKF
August 25, 2013
A farm worker sells scallions at the main Corabastos food market in Bogota August 24, 2013. Clashes between...
Bogota, Colombia
A farm worker sells scallions at the main Corabastos food market in Bogota
A farm worker sells scallions at the main Corabastos food market in Bogota August 24, 2013. Clashes between police and agricultural workers protesting against President Juan Manuel Santos' agriculture and economic policies which farmers say leave them unable to make any profit, became violent this week as authorities sought to remove dozens of roadblocks that have snarled travel on Colombia's highways and prevented produce getting to market. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE CIVIL UNREST)
FRANCE/
RTX11X2A
July 24, 2013
Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen...
Paris, France
Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen...
Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen garden installed on the roof of La Mutualite building in Paris July 23, 2013. This rooftop urban vegetable patch is managed by Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, for the French Chef Eric Castandet to supply fresh seasonal produce to the restaurant 'Terroir Parisien' on the ground floor of the building. Currently emerging in French cities, green spaces have sprouted on the flat roofs of towns all over the world as part of the growing trend for urban agriculture in line with increased concern about the origins of our food. Picture taken July 23, 2013. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX11X27
July 24, 2013
Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, poses with Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad...
Paris, France
Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, poses on the vegetable kitchen garden installed on the roof...
Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, poses with Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen garden installed on the roof of La Mutualite building in Paris July 23, 2013. This rooftop urban vegetable patch is managed by Sibylle for the French Chef Eric Castandet to supply fresh seasonal produce to the restaurant 'Terroir Parisien' on the ground floor of the building. Currently emerging in French cities, green spaces have sprouted on the flat roofs of towns all over the world as part of the growing trend for urban agriculture in line with increased concern about the origins of our food. In the background, the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Picture taken July 23, 2013. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
GUATEMALA/
RTR324HZ
May 16, 2012
A woman walks on a pile of rubbish as she holds a bunch of spring onions found from the garbage of the...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A woman walks on a pile of rubbish as she holds a bunch of spring onions found from the garbage of the...
A woman walks on a pile of rubbish as she holds a bunch of spring onions found from the garbage of the La Terminal food market in Guatemala City May 15, 2012. La Terminal is one of the largest trading centres in the city, with more than 4,500 vendors offering a wide variety of food products, according to Guatemalan authorities. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)
HAITI/
RTR2UFO2
November 25, 2011
A farmer replants scallions into the soil on a farm just outside of Port-au-Prince November 24, 2011....
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A farmer replants scallions into the soil on a farm just outside of Port-au-Prince
A farmer replants scallions into the soil on a farm just outside of Port-au-Prince November 24, 2011. Reports revealed that Cuba will assist Haiti with the development of its agriculture and fishing industry following Haiti's President Michel Martelly's visit to Cuba. REUTERS/Swoan Parker (HAITI - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2KJGJ
March 29, 2011
A royal chef checks a Wilted Spring Onion and Water Cress quiche canape, akin to that which is usually...
London, United Kingdom
A royal chef checks a Wilted Spring Onion and Water Cress quiche canape, akin to that which is usually...
A royal chef checks a Wilted Spring Onion and Water Cress quiche canape, akin to that which is usually served at receptions, at Buckingham Palace in London March 25, 2011. Staff at Buckingham Palace have lifted the lid on preparations for Prince William's wedding next month, giving an insight into what guests can expect and the amount of work they have put in to make the event a success. REUTERS/Nick Ansell/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS)
NIGERIA-JOS/
RTR2IQB6
February 17, 2011
Scallions are displayed at a local food market in Nigeria's central city of Jos February 15, 2011. More...
Jos, Nigeria
Scallions are displayed at a local food market in Nigeria's central city of Jos
Scallions are displayed at a local food market in Nigeria's central city of Jos February 15, 2011. More than 200 people have been killed in sectarian violence in and around Jos since a series of bombs shattered Christmas Eve celebrations almost two months ago. The economy of Plateau state, of which Jos is the capital, had relied on the fruit and vegetable it supplies to cities across Africa's most populous nation, and on tourism, after mining and manufacturing firms scaled down or moved away. Rivalry for scant economic opportunities combined with local government policies that have actively discriminated against non-indigenes have fuelled divisions. Picture taken February 15, 2011. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde (NIGERIA - Tags: FOOD POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
FOOD-INSECTS/
RTXWPXG
January 13, 2011
Max Kipp, a student at the Rijn IJssel school for chefs, stir-fries mealworms with spring onions to be...
WAGENINGEN, Netherlands
To match Reuters Life! FOOD-INSECTS/
Max Kipp, a student at the Rijn IJssel school for chefs, stir-fries mealworms with spring onions to be used in a quiche in Wageningen January 12, 2011. All you need to do to save the rainforest, improve your diet, better your health, cut global carbon emissions and slash your food budget is eat bugs. Mealworm quiche, grasshopper springrolls and cuisine made from other creepy crawlies is the answer to the global food crisis, shrinking land and water resources and climate-changing carbon emissions, Dutch scientist Arnold van Huis says. To attract more insect-eaters, Van Huis and his team of scientists at Wageningen have worked with a local cooking school to produce a cookbook and suitable recipes. Picture taken January 12. To match Reuters Life! FOOD-INSECTS/ REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS ODDLY SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FOOD-INSECTS/
RTXWPXE
January 13, 2011
Mealworms and spring onions are stir-fried to be used in a quiche at the Rijn IJssel school for chefs...
WAGENINGEN, Netherlands
To match Reuters Life! FOOD-INSECTS/
Mealworms and spring onions are stir-fried to be used in a quiche at the Rijn IJssel school for chefs in Wageningen January 12, 2011. All you need to do to save the rainforest, improve your diet, better your health, cut global carbon emissions and slash your food budget is eat bugs. Mealworm quiche, grasshopper springrolls and cuisine made from other creepy crawlies is the answer to the global food crisis, shrinking land and water resources and climate-changing carbon emissions, Dutch scientist Arnold van Huis says. To attract more insect-eaters, Van Huis and his team of scientists at Wageningen have worked with a local cooking school to produce a cookbook and suitable recipes. Picture taken January 12. To match Reuters Life! FOOD-INSECTS/ REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY ODDLY)
NETHERLANDS-FOOD-INSECTS/
RTXWIRI
January 13, 2011
Mealworms and spring onions are stir-fried to be used in a quiche at the Rijn IJssel school for Chefs...
WAGENINGEN, Netherlands
Mealworms and spring onions are being stir-fried to be used in a quiche at the Rijn IJssel school for...
Mealworms and spring onions are stir-fried to be used in a quiche at the Rijn IJssel school for Chefs in Wageningen January 12, 2011. To try and get wider support for their attempts to introduce insects on the menu of the top restaurants, scientists at the Wageningen University teamed up with the local cook academy.
Quiche with mealworms, springrolls with roasted grasshoppers and chocolate pralines with buffalo worms do not make ideal menu for housewarming parties, but in a few decades could be on dinner tables in many European countries as scientists seek ways to replace expensive meat. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
CHINA-ECONOMY/
RTXVT8R
December 17, 2010
Vendors package spring onions as they wait for customers at an outdoor fruit and vegetable market located...
Beijing, China
Vendors package spring onions as they wait for customers at an outdoor fruit and vegetable market located...
Vendors package spring onions as they wait for customers at an outdoor fruit and vegetable market located on the outskirts of Beijing December 17, 2010. China's inflation soared past forecasts to a 28-month high in November and showed signs of spreading beyond food prices, putting pressure on the government to tighten monetary policy. China is striding into an era where higher inflation will become a more permanent feature of its economic landscape, a shift that the government, long assumed to have zero tolerance for rising prices, is showing signs of accepting. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR28NH2
January 08, 2010
A vendor jumps off from the back of a truck carrying scallions at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A vendor jumps off from the back of a car carrying scallions in Beijing
A vendor jumps off from the back of a truck carrying scallions at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January 8, 2010. China is unlikely to face serious inflationary pressure this year because supply-and-demand conditions for consumer goods are balanced and money growth is in the process of being normalised, government researchers said in the latest issue of an official magazine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/
RTR25PL8
July 16, 2009
A vendor smokes on a pile of scallion while waiting for customers at a wholesale market in Beijing July...
Beijing, China
Vendor smokes on pile of scallion while waiting for customers in Beijing
A vendor smokes on a pile of scallion while waiting for customers at a wholesale market in Beijing July 16, 2009. China's annual GDP growth accelerated to 7.9 percent in the second quarter from 6.1 percent in the first quarter, as a surge in bank lending and government spending made it the best-performing major economy in the world. REUTERS/Christina Hu (CHINA BUSINESS)
LATVIA/
RTXD2Z0
March 22, 2009
Coloured eggs are seen during spring equinox celebration in Riga March 22, 2009. According to folk traditions,...
Riga, Latvia
Coloured eggs are seen during spring equinox celebration in Riga
Coloured eggs are seen during spring equinox celebration in Riga March 22, 2009. According to folk traditions, people colour eggs with onion skins, rye shoots, chamomile, or hay cuttings and perform other ancient rituals, so the livestock will do well in next summer. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA SOCIETY)
LATVIA/
RTXD2YW
March 22, 2009
People gather at a bonfire during spring equinox celebration in Riga March 22, 2009. According to folk...
Riga, Latvia
People gather at bonfire during spring equinox celebration in Riga
People gather at a bonfire during spring equinox celebration in Riga March 22, 2009. According to folk traditions people colour eggs with onion skins, rye shoots, chamomile, or hay cuttings and perform other ancient rituals, so the livestock will do well in next summer. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA SOCIETY)
LATVIA/
RTXD2YS
March 22, 2009
A girl plays with a whirl during spring equinox celebration in Riga March 22, 2009. According to folk...
Riga, Latvia
A girl plays with a whirl during spring equinox celebration in Riga
A girl plays with a whirl during spring equinox celebration in Riga March 22, 2009. According to folk traditions people colour eggs with onion skins, rye shoots, chamomile, or hay cuttings and perform other ancient rituals, so the livestock will do well in next summer. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA SOCIETY)
LATVIA/
RTXD2YQ
March 22, 2009
A woman observes coloured eggs during spring equinox celebration in Riga March 22, 2009. According to...
Riga, Latvia
A woman observes coloured eggs during spring equinox celebration in Riga
A woman observes coloured eggs during spring equinox celebration in Riga March 22, 2009. According to folk traditions people colour eggs with onion skins, rye shoots, chamomile, or hay cuttings and perform other ancient rituals, so the livestock will do well in next summer. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA SOCIETY)
LATVIA/
RTXD2YI
March 22, 2009
People play on a swing during spring equinox celebration in Riga March 22, 2009. According to folk traditions...
Riga, Latvia
People play on a swing during spring equinox celebration in Riga
People play on a swing during spring equinox celebration in Riga March 22, 2009. According to folk traditions people colour eggs with onion skins, rye shoots, chamomile, or hay cuttings and perform other ancient rituals, so the livestock will do well in next summer. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (LATVIA SOCIETY)
PERU/
RTR23TZO
January 24, 2009
Lettuces to be offered to the "lion" are hung at a temple during a Chinese New Year lion dance performance...
Lima, Peru
Lettuces to be offered to the "lion" are hung at a temple during a lion dance performance in Lima's Chinatown...
Lettuces to be offered to the "lion" are hung at a temple during a Chinese New Year lion dance performance in Lima's Chinatown January 24, 2009. Feeding and touching the lion is a sign of luck and fortune for the new year according to descendants of Chinese immigrants. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU)
CHINA-ECONOMY/
RTR1ZJ8J
April 16, 2008
A vendor sits among scallions at a market in Tianjin municipality April 16, 2008. China's annual gross...
Tianjin, China
A vendor sits among scallions at a market in Tianjin municipality
A vendor sits among scallions at a market in Tianjin municipality April 16, 2008. China's annual gross domestic product growth slowed to 10.6 percent in the first quarter from 11.2 percent in the final three months of 2007, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Vincent Du (CHINA)
PERU-FOOD/
RTR1MKBO
February 19, 2007
Onions, lemons, spices and other ingredients for the preparation of the Peruvian dish Cebiche are seen...
Lima, Peru
To match feature PERU-FOOD/
Onions, lemons, spices and other ingredients for the preparation of the Peruvian dish Cebiche are seen at a restaurant in Lima January 17, 2007. Peru's history of elaborate, spicy, sauce-rich food has evolved into a culinary boom in the last five years, with fine restaurants springing up like mushrooms in the capital, Lima, and elsewhere in the Andean country with a vast Pacific coast. To match feature PERU-FOOD/ REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU)
CHINA-AGRICULTURE/
RTR1LTKM
January 31, 2007
Workers pile up scallion at a wholesale market in Hefei, east China's Anhui province January 31, 2007....
Hefei, China
Workers pile up scallion at a wholesale market in Hefei
Workers pile up scallion at a wholesale market in Hefei, east China's Anhui province January 31, 2007. Developing modern agriculture is the Chinese government's top priority in building a new socialist countryside, according to a central government document, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CHINA PARLIAMENT ECONOMY
RTR15E4A
March 01, 2005
A Chinese farmer harvests spring onions at a farm on the outskirts of Shanghai March 1, 2005. China's...
Shanghai, China
A Chinese farmer harvests spring onions at a farm on the outskirts of Shanghai.
A Chinese farmer harvests spring onions at a farm on the outskirts of Shanghai March 1, 2005. China's economic bosses will reinforce measures to slow the country's racing economic growth at the annual parliamentary session this month while trying to ensure hundreds of millions of poor farmers are not left behind. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/TW
CHINA PARLIAMENT ECONOMY
RTR3L0Q
March 01, 2005
A Chinese farmer harvests spring onions at a farm on the outskirts of Shanghai March 1, 2005. China's...
Shanghai, China
A Chinese farmer harvests spring onions at a farm on the outskirts of Shanghai.
A Chinese farmer harvests spring onions at a farm on the outskirts of Shanghai March 1, 2005. China's economic bosses will reinforce measures to slow the country's racing economic growth at the annual parliamentary session this month while trying to ensure hundreds of millions of poor farmers are not left behind. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/YH
TRADE CHINA JAPAN
RTRKOM8
July 10, 2001
A woman worker peels the outer leaves off spring onions in preparation
for export in Anqiu city, Shandong...
Anqiu, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE WORKER PEELS LEAVES OFF SPRING ONIONS IN ANQIU CITY.
A woman worker peels the outer leaves off spring onions in preparation
for export in Anqiu city, Shandong province, July 10, 2001. Japan has
imposed high tariffs on imports of Chinese spring onions, shitake
mushrooms and rushes for tatami mats in April, hurting Chinese
farmers.

ASW/PB
CHINA
RTRMOZO
January 27, 1998
A flock of ducks waddle down a lane on their way to one of Hanoi's many
meat markets January 27, 1998....
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
FILE PHOTO OF DUCKS MAKE THEIR WAY TO MARKET.
A flock of ducks waddle down a lane on their way to one of Hanoi's many
meat markets January 27, 1998. China is enlisting armies of ducks to
prevent a plague of locusts engulfing swathes of valuable cropland, but
the birds will probably end up in restaurants. The Manasi locust
station in the northwest is about to unleash 4,000 hungry ducks into
surrounding fields to munch their way through as many of the insects as
they can. The locust station's spokesman Xiao Hongwei said, 'After two
or three months, they typically weigh around two kilos and can be sold
to markets and roast duck restaurants' to be eaten wrapped in thin
pancakes with plum sauce and spring onions. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Dylan
Martinez

DM/PN
CHINA DUCKS
RTR69U8
January 27, 1998
A flock of ducks waddle down a lane on their way to one of Hanoi's many
meat markets January 27, 1998....
Beijing, China
FILE PHOTO OF DUCKS MAKE THEIR WAY TO MARKET.
A flock of ducks waddle down a lane on their way to one of Hanoi's many
meat markets January 27, 1998. China is enlisting armies of ducks to
prevent a plague of locusts engulfing swathes of valuable cropland, but
the birds will probably end up in

restaurants. The Manasi locust station in the northwest is about to
unleash 4,000 hungry ducks into surrounding fields to munch their way
through as many of the insects as they can. The locust station's
spokesman Xiao Hongwei said, "After two or three months, they typically
weigh around two kilos and can be sold to markets and roast duck
restaurants" to be eaten wrapped in thin pancakes with plum sauce and
spring onions. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
RTR16Z1
January 15, 1997
A old Shanghai woman spreads out Chinese spring onions for sale January 15 at her small stall on the...
China
AN OLD SHANGHAI WOMAN SELLS SPRING ONIONS
A old Shanghai woman spreads out Chinese spring onions for sale January 15 at her small stall on the street. The vegetable, which Shanghai people like very much and add to most cooked food, sells for 0.20 yuan (US$ 0.024) per handful.

CHINA
HONG KONG
RTXGLCY
August 22, 1996
A Hong Kong cook puffs a cigarette while preparing ducks outside a restaurant in the British colony's...
A Hong Kong cook puffs a cigarette while preparing ducks outside a restaurant in the British colony'.....
A Hong Kong cook puffs a cigarette while preparing ducks outside a restaurant in the British colony's financial district August 22. In Hong Kong, the most famous Beijing food is "Peking duck," a recipe that existed in China for centuries - slices of skin and meat from a barbecued duck, wrapped in a pancake with spring onion and radish and smeared with plum sauce.
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