This is something Zhejiang. We've taken a few choice excerpts from his travel blog post, simply titled Mainland China, Village People as well as a few pictures, but be sure to go to the source for more of his impressions, and many more pictures; his wordpress blog at www.JeffreyLiving.wordpress.com. Now if you live in China you'll find that the GFW blocks access to all wordpress sites. Don't despair, copy and paste the URL and access Jeffrey's blog by going to www.hidefap.com (or your proxy of choice). Once the site is loaded, click on the "Travel" link in the right hand navigation pane. From Mainland China, Village People: "To better understand Mainland China, people, cultures and realities I decided to go for a 2 day excursion to Dongguan, Zhejiang, population 100, no heat, no running water (well only) to get water, no toilets (public outhouse) and lots of farming and a bit of industry..." "...For dinner there were around 30 people, Joney told me that dinner was a closer group of people who came to say congratulations, some traveled from Hangzhou and around Zhejiang. Joney referred to them as brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, grandpas, grandmas and second and third cousins. Everyone seems to be related in someway..." "...Well we were packing our bags and preparing the house for our departure, Joney was taking the pee bucket outside to pore into a larger ceramic pot, I asked Joney what was the bigger pee pot for? Joney advised the farmers use the urine for the vegetables." Read more from this post and see more pictures at www.JeffreyLiving.wordpress.com Many thanks to Jeffrey Clark for sharing!