Hanging cages to hold reef fish before transport to China and Hong Kong. These cages are just off the coast of Bimi, Indonesia. Initially reef fish only came from the South China Sea, but transport developed and fish now come from all over S.E. Asia. These fish are often used for celebratory meals in Hong Kong, but in Guangzhou the fish are so cheap and the apartments are so small that many people eat out… And the stereotype is that there is lots of food left on the table. Often a fish is popular because of its color… more than its taste.Buy This Image
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