In an empty amusement park, these large items of amusement equipement silently stand in the cold wind, like monuments . Without the bustling crowds or the noisy music, these gigantic metal constructions erected on the temporarily leveled land are the material remains, after happiness comes to an end and people disperse, the wreckage of merriment, and the ruins of emotion. With a cold perspective like an archeologist, Ao Guoxing inspects these surprising and sentimental scenes.
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