This market looks quite similar to the ones I have seen in the middle east, particularly in Jerusalem. Maybe a little bit cleaner without a leaky roof, and has all the produce you can think of, and is all fresh of course. There are a few Chinese specialties like those pale coloured pears you can buy in the UK.
There’s a lot of vendors here, with all kinds of cuts of meat.
Going towards the back of the market, things get a bit weird and exotic.
….until you see a bag of live frogs and toads. My phone gives you an idea how big they were. No dogs or cats thankfully, a local told me this happens in more rural towns but not in Shanghai, I did see a bucket of live turtles, but it is too sad to say what happened to them….. 😦
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