Archive - Justin Jin 金峰


In an old brick warehouse in a Chinese boomtown, workers have thousands of jeans to scrub before dawn.
The machines they use — to create the vintage look — send into the air lung-clogging blue dust. For each pair of jeans they scrub, workers earn one euro cent. In an adjacent part of town, their boss sits among fellow factory owners in a street restaurant, ready for another toast: “To the millionaires of Zhongshan!”

Today, most people do not wear...
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