Blue-collar photographers slice-of-life photos aboard Chinas slow trains capture a side of country forgotten amid the fanfare over high-speed progress
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Edging the banks of mighty Lake Tai and bisected by the fabled Grand Canal, Wuxi in eastern China has been a favoured place of trade since antiquity. Wedged between economic heavyweights Suzhou and Changzhou in Jiangsu province, the manufacturing hub has awoken from its post-socialist slumber and is now known more for software and solar panels than silk and rice.The Wuxi Grand Hotel looms large over the citys Binhu district, where, in a 20th-floor Japanese restaurant, appears the hotels