By Carlye Adler Qiandaohu Monday, Nov. 17, 2003 It’s lunchtime in Qiandaohu, a tiny fishing and tourist town deep in China’s coastal Zhejiang province. While visitors are off exploring the famous local lake and its 1,000 green islands, residents hang …
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