Fruit pit carving turns village life around | Updated: 2018-06-20 14:33
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Apprentices sculpture fruit pits at Chen Liang's workshop in Zhoushan, East China's Zhejiang province, on June 18, 2016. [Photo/IC]

A boom in fruit pit carving turns a small fishing village in East China's Zhejiang province to a bustling home for more than 3,200 craftsmen generating sales revenue of up to 300 million yuan($46.35 million) each year and annual per capita income reaching 100,000 yuan in the village.

Fruit pit carving is a folk handicraft in China, which uses pits of peach, apricot and olive, and walnuts to create minute portraits. Chen Liang is such a craftsman running a workshop where he works with his apprentices in Zhoushan.

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