How has this obscure archaeological bookstore in Beijing survived?
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Li Hao is a photographer covering China’s social transformation and its impact on different groups, such as migrant workers.

Li Hao
, Published: 2021/12/13 19:05:41
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Without a café, dessert or music, no one could imagine that the Humanistic Archaeology Bookstore in a winding Beijing ally could survive for almost ten years amidst the rise of e-commerce platforms and the COVID-19 outbreak. It has marketed itself via word-of-mouth in the archeology field both within China and abroad. (Photos: Li Hao/GT)

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