Ten years after the fall of the Twin Towers, my gaze turned toward the incredible silent organization that exists in Chinese society, the largest in the world. If the ubiquitous crowds give the country the appearance of pandemonium, it appears that each individual nonetheless knows what he or she has to do to keep the gigantic living mass moving forward.
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