Soochow Hutong

Soochow Hutong was the northern border of the Badlands and it was primarily a food street. It was narrow and the one-storey wooden buildings that housed the legion of restaurants had red fish-skin lamps hanging on long poles out over the street, advertising the name of the establishment and their speciality. In among the eateries would be all manner of other night time attractions - hawkers, street vendors, barbers, letter-writers, acrobats and fortune-tellers – all right out on the street.

Soochow Hutong was the northern border of the Badlands and it was primarily a food street. It was narrow and the one-storey wooden buildings that housed the legion of restaurants had red fish-skin lamps hanging on long poles out over the street, advertising the name of the establishment and their speciality. In among the eateries would be all manner of other night time attractions - hawkers, street vendors, barbers, letter-writers, acrobats and fortune-tellers – all right out on the street.

Soochow Hutong was the northern border of the Badlands and it was primarily a food street. It was narrow and the one-storey wooden buildings that housed the legion of restaurants had red fish-skin lamps hanging on long poles out over the street, advertising the name of the establishment and their speciality. In among the eateries would be all manner of other night time attractions - hawkers, street vendors, barbers, letter-writers, acrobats and fortune-tellers – all right out on the street.

Soochow Hutong was the northern border of the Badlands and it was primarily a food street. It was narrow and the one-storey wooden buildings that housed the legion of restaurants had red fish-skin lamps hanging on long poles out over the street, advertising the name of the establishment and their speciality. In among the eateries would be all manner of other night time attractions - hawkers, street vendors, barbers, letter-writers, acrobats and fortune-tellers – all right out on the street.

Soochow Hutong was the northern border of the Badlands and it was primarily a food street. It was narrow and the one-storey wooden buildings that housed the legion of restaurants had red fish-skin lamps hanging on long poles out over the street, advertising the name of the establishment and their speciality. In among the eateries would be all manner of other night time attractions - hawkers, street vendors, barbers, letter-writers, acrobats and fortune-tellers – all right out on the street.

Soochow Hutong was the northern border of the Badlands and it was primarily a food street. It was narrow and the one-storey wooden buildings that housed the legion of restaurants had red fish-skin lamps hanging on long poles out over the street, advertising the name of the establishment and their speciality. In among the eateries would be all manner of other night time attractions - hawkers, street vendors, barbers, letter-writers, acrobats and fortune-tellers – all right out on the street.

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