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Jul 29, 2016

The Temple Factory Of Taiwan

The Temple Factory Of Taiwan

Some companies in Taiwan spend months building temples with bricks and cement, but Lin Fu-Chun's firm simply pours concrete into a giant mould and waits for it to dry.

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Employees paint a ready-made Chinese traditional temple at the Chuanso factory that manufactures religious objects in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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A dragon decoration is seen at the Chuanso factory that manufactures religious objects in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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Employees paint a statue at the Chuanso factory that manufactures religious objects in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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A dragon decoration is seen with a ready-made Chinese traditional temple at the Chuanso factory that manufactures religious objects in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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Employees work on a ready-made Chinese traditional temple at the Chuanso factory that manufactures religious objects in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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A ready-made Chinese traditional temple is seen being lifted for delivery at the Chuanso factory that manufactures religious objects in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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An employee moves a ready-made Chinese traditional temple during delivery in Taichung, Taiwan July 6, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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Employees paint a ready-made Chinese traditional temple at the Chuanso factory that manufactures religious objects in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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A ready-made Chinese traditional temple is seen on a lorry in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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Lin Fu-chun, CEO of Chuanso factory, that manufactures temples and other religious objects, burns Chinese paper offerings used to pay respects to the deceased and gods, in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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A ready-made Chinese traditional temple is seen on a lorry during delivery to a customer in Taichung, Taiwan July 6, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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A ready-made Chinese traditional temple is seen before delivery at the Chuanso factory that manufactures religious objects in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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Ready-made Chinese traditional temples are seen at the Chuanso factory that manufactures religious objects in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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A Taoist priest burns incense inside a newly built ready-made Chinese traditional temple in Taichung, Taiwan July 6, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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A statue of a god is seen at the Chuanso factory that manufactures religious objects in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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An employee paints a ready-made Chinese traditional temple at the Chuanso factory that manufactures religious objects in Pingtung, Taiwan July 5, 2016. TYRONE SIU/REUTERS

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