This huge crane is still prowling around our neighbourhood after two weeks, much to JD's delight. At the top of the boom is a precarious worker wielding a chain saw, chopping off the tops of nearly all the trees. Whether this is for safety, aesthetics or the health of the tree through the Winter I've yet to ascertain. The absence of leafy boughs certainly lets in more light to our flat, but the trees do look rather forlorn as a result. I'm just hoping now that more workers will arrive soon to remove the huge mountains of branches littering the area.
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Paul Hider lives and works in Kunming (SW China) and regularly updates this blog about his life there.
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