When Henry D. Thoreau went off on his famous experiment in living simply and deliberately, he need not to have constructed his own cabin in the woods – he could have come over to China, to this little metal-roofed monument to truth. While there may be no pond to reflect upon, there are ample puddles of cast off tea water and garbage juice – each an ocean in its own right. Perhaps it is not what the average person aspires to, but here all of life’s basic necessities are well accounted for, including one that Thoreau seems to have left out of his study: the KTV setup.
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