Shopping at South East Asian markets

The word “urgency” is given a new dimension after shopping groceries at a South East Asian market; people are fighting their way through to the steamed, dried and deep fried non-beheaded animals in a claustrophobic space which per-capita ratio perhaps best resembles of the crowded exits by the 85th minute of a 0-3 loss at Old Trafford – or simply put: the population density of Macau – whilst dodging flying packs of noodles and bags of rice in the search for the end of the near-infinite queue – an exercise that demands the physical fitness of Michael Oher, the persistence of Odysseus, and the ninja reflexes of Master Yoda.

Simon Hedlin Larsson

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