China creates most of what a universe buys. According to The Economist, the nation was producing 25% of a globe’s prolongation outlay by value in 2015.
In 2013, when Cheng Cheng — now an novice on Business Insider’s graphics group — was a photography tyro in London, she had a thought to furnish a physique of work that would daydream mass production. Hailing from the Jiangsu range of China, she motionless that a place she came from would be a best place to do it.
Inside a fondle bureau in the Jiangsu province, she saw workers handcrafting stuffed-animal versions of characters whose faces they do not recognize.
“It’s cliche [to] speak about ‘made in China,’ though since it’s my hometown we have an romantic tie with that,” she told Business Insider.
Here’s what she saw of a workers’ day-to-day routines.