National Geographic : 1932 Apr
Photograph by Charles H. Kragh MOVABLE CAFES FIND MANY HUNGRY PATRONS IN THE CITIES The food is cooked over a small charcoal fire and eaten in the street. Prices are astonishingly low at these well-patronized "cook-it-while-you wait" counters (see text, page 518). Photograph from Alice Tisdale Hobart HE MAKES BROKEN DISHES WHOLE AGAIN Where the Western World would throw away abroken dish assomuch rubbish, the Chinese take ittoone who cleverly rivets ittogether again. Beginners learn their trades byfirst riveting broken eggshells.