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The land of 'little small people' in China! [Copy link] 中文

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The 'Dwarf Empire', a theme park situated in southwestern Yunnan province of China looks like a world right out of Jonathan Swift's 'Gulliver's Travel'. The park employees more than 100 dwarves from across China. These dwarves earn through live performances and stay in small mushroom houses.

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Dwarves perform at "Dwarf Empire", a popular attraction at a theme park in southwestern Yunnan province of China.
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Dwarves during a performance at "Dwarf Empire". The park houses more than 100 dwarves from across China, with a height range from 79 centimetres (2 feet 7 inches) to 1.3 metres.
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Dwarves during a performance at "Dwarf Empire". The 'empire' is the brainchild of businessman Chen Mingjing. His idea was to provide a safe haven for often discriminated 'little small people' and provide them with a source of income.
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A dwarf performer sitting on a mini motorcycle as he waits for a performance to start at "Dwarf Empire".
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Dwarves walk between tiny mushroom houses at "Dwarf Empire". The 'empire' is all set to come up with a castle on one side of the park along with many more of mushroom houses that are used by the employees.
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Sorry, I just want to puke when I see what creazy things money can do.

Would you like to see thousand of people laughing at you as you live in a zoo?

Great example of respect to these peoples...

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