Chinese workers collect ice blocks on the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province, 4 January 2017.

Chinese workers collected ice blocks from the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province. The ice blocks collected in Liaoning's coastal areas are used for preserving sea food, a practice that dates back 100 years. About 700 ice-collecting devices can create 700,000 ice blocks a day, generating a total output of nearly 200 million yuan ($29 million) in one month.
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Óriási jégtömböket húznak a világ legkeményebb munkásai

Tóth Richi
Tóth Richi

Na, ugye. 2017. 01. 22. 19:48

Kínában, Senjang közelében hatalmas jégkockákat vágnak ki a befagyott folyóból. A gyakran nyolc méternél hosszabb és másfél méternél is szélesebb, hétszáz kilós tömbök között aztán halakat és más vízi állatokat szállítanak eladásra.

Csinling-hegységben dolgozó több száz munkás, akikről a fotóriport szól, egy nap a gépek segítségével félmilliónál is több kockát termelnek ki.

A hőmérséklet télen napközben sem megy mínusz 10 fok fölé gyakran, télen pedig nem ritka a mínusz 30 sem. A térségben a jégbányászat százéves múltra nyúlik vissza.

A Chinese worker drags an ice block on the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province, 4 January 2017.

Chinese workers collected ice blocks from the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province. The ice blocks collected in Liaoning's coastal areas are used for preserving sea food, a practice that dates back 100 years. About 700 ice-collecting devices can create 700,000 ice blocks a day, generating a total output of nearly 200 million yuan ($29 million) in one month.
Sun hai / AFP
Chinese workers collect ice blocks on the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province, 4 January 2017.

Chinese workers collected ice blocks from the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province. The ice blocks collected in Liaoning's coastal areas are used for preserving sea food, a practice that dates back 100 years. About 700 ice-collecting devices can create 700,000 ice blocks a day, generating a total output of nearly 200 million yuan ($29 million) in one month.
Sun hai / AFP
Chinese workers collect ice blocks on the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province, 4 January 2017.

Chinese workers collected ice blocks from the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province. The ice blocks collected in Liaoning's coastal areas are used for preserving sea food, a practice that dates back 100 years. About 700 ice-collecting devices can create 700,000 ice blocks a day, generating a total output of nearly 200 million yuan ($29 million) in one month.
Sun hai / AFP
Chinese workers use ice-collecting machines to collect ice blocks on the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province, 2 January 2017.

Chinese workers collected ice blocks from the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province. The ice blocks collected in Liaoning's coastal areas are used for preserving sea food, a practice that dates back 100 years. About 700 ice-collecting devices can create 700,000 ice blocks a day, generating a total output of nearly 200 million yuan ($29 million) in one month.
Sun hai / AFP
Chinese workers collect ice blocks on the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province, 4 January 2017.

Chinese workers collected ice blocks from the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province. The ice blocks collected in Liaoning's coastal areas are used for preserving sea food, a practice that dates back 100 years. About 700 ice-collecting devices can create 700,000 ice blocks a day, generating a total output of nearly 200 million yuan ($29 million) in one month.
Sun hai / AFP
Chinese workers prepare to chisel the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain to collect ice blocks in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province, 4 January 2017.

Chinese workers collected ice blocks from the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province. The ice blocks collected in Liaoning's coastal areas are used for preserving sea food, a practice that dates back 100 years. About 700 ice-collecting devices can create 700,000 ice blocks a day, generating a total output of nearly 200 million yuan ($29 million) in one month.
Sun hai / AFP
Chinese ice block collectors eat lunch on the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province, 2 January 2017.

Chinese workers collected ice blocks from the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province. The ice blocks collected in Liaoning's coastal areas are used for preserving sea food, a practice that dates back 100 years. About 700 ice-collecting devices can create 700,000 ice blocks a day, generating a total output of nearly 200 million yuan ($29 million) in one month.
Sun hai / AFP
A topless Chinese worker drags an ice block on the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province, 2 January 2017.

Chinese workers collected ice blocks from the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province. The ice blocks collected in Liaoning's coastal areas are used for preserving sea food, a practice that dates back 100 years. About 700 ice-collecting devices can create 700,000 ice blocks a day, generating a total output of nearly 200 million yuan ($29 million) in one month.
Sun hai / AFP
Chinese workers pose with their tools to collect ice blocks on the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province, 2 January 2017.

Chinese workers collected ice blocks from the frozen Xiuhu Lake in Qipan Mountain in Shenyang city, northeast China's Liaoning province. The ice blocks collected in Liaoning's coastal areas are used for preserving sea food, a practice that dates back 100 years. About 700 ice-collecting devices can create 700,000 ice blocks a day, generating a total output of nearly 200 million yuan ($29 million) in one month.
Sun hai / AFP

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