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Shaolin monks harvest bumper crop

Updated: 2015-06-16 11:13

Shaolin monks harvest bumper crop

The tree home. [Photo/IC]

The human nest

A young man was found recently living in a banyan tree in Jinjiang, Fujian province.

The man makes a living by picking up trash and selling it to recycling depots. His home, which is made of sticks, bags, and a bed net, is like a human nest.

Because he lacks identifying documents, relief centers cannot take him in. The police has contacted social welfare organizations in order to help him.

In our final story, netizens on social media help to find a missing baby.

Shaolin monks harvest bumper crop

The young man sells garbage to a recycling depot. [Photo/IC]

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