News, but not the serious kind
Agriculture culture in the paddy, daddy!
Welcome back to our regular feature, Stuff Maybe we Should Have Explained in the Caption, but Didn’t.
Well we can SEE that, can’t we?
I mean, it’s not that I DOUBT those details or anything, but having grown up myself in an agricultural region seriously lacking in farm- based entertainment, I’m just curious about stuff:
- Is this guy like so bad, this is the only place he can play?
Is it really a “concert” if only a dog is listening?
- Is it Intermission? Are those people in the corner off to the concession stand for Milk Duds?
- Is it politically correct for him to play “Chopsticks” in a Taiwanese rice paddy?
Taiwanese pianist Chen Kuan-yu performs during a concert in the middle of a rice paddy in Chishang Township, Taitung County November 7, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer