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