Below, a photo of the largest television graveyard north of the Yangtze River and, quite possibly, the largest one in all of China. Televisions brought to this location are – on average – twenty years old, Chinese-manufactured, and black and white models. They are procured nationwide, with most of the sets in this image having been shipped from Xinjiang and Heilongjiang.
I don’t believe in blogging/previewing information obtained while on-assignment, so – for now – I won’t divulge where this site is located. However, in the interest of promoting feel-good news, I will reveal that each of these televisions will be recycled to a roughly 60% recovery rate.