Uncategorized Day 9: Fieldwork Gallery September 16, 2014 Alec Hogan A Buick is spotted parked next to chickens and a trash can with a wine bottle, some half eaten mantou buns, and other miscellaneous items. Some sort of cloth is placed over the roof, held down by bricks. The shiny silver car in the back has children’s play tiles over its wheels. This man is 92 years old and talks to Caroline and me as he sits on his front porch. He moved to Beijing during Liberation as part of the army and has been living in this courtyard for 60 years. Children get out of school and rush into the streets of the hutongs. Most are walking by themselves or with groups of friends. The process of renovation. The walls on the left contain a description of the history of LiuLiChang. Notice the rubble and stone lions with a jacket covering its head. Our friend, the one man theatre performer, greets us as he lets neighborhood kids on their way home from school play with his Chinese brain teaser toys.