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Rural barber offers home service for five decades (1/6)

2018-05-24 15:30:34 Ecns.cn Editor :Yao Lan
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Barber Hu Daofa cuts a man’s hair at a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

Barber Hu Daofa cuts a man’s hair at a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

Barber Hu Daofa walks in a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

Barber Hu Daofa walks in a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

Barber Hu Daofa cuts a man’s hair at a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

Barber Hu Daofa cuts a man’s hair at a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

Barber Hu Daofa cuts a man’s hair at a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

Barber Hu Daofa cuts a man’s hair at a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

Barber Hu Daofa cuts a man’s hair at a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

Barber Hu Daofa cuts a man’s hair at a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

Barber Hu Daofa cuts a man’s hair at a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

Barber Hu Daofa cuts a man’s hair at a village in Zhuangbu Countryside, Huichang County, East China’s Jiangxi Province. Hu, 73, started travelling around nearby villages offering door-to-door haircutting, shaving, and ear-cleaning in 1966, charging an annual fee of 130 yuan for three visits a month. Hu can’t ride a bicycle, so he walks. Most of his customers are children and elderly people. (Photo: China News Service/Jiang Tao)

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