A newly-opened market inside an old industrial space (no idea about what purpose it once served).
Although the floor is dusty, the quality of the goods sold there are quite high, and the prices are lower than in the chain supermarket across from our apartment complex.
Since it is still fairly close to us, Lao Lao and Lao Ye go there almost daily to get our foodstuff.
Going home from a local market. He had a red band attached to the basket, which he then wrapped around his wrist. This enabled him to guide the basket without clutching the handle.
There have been some interesting posts circulating around of odd-looking food available in groceries in China. Although I certainly won’t deny there are things available at markets that most Westerners wouldn’t eat, here’s another view: