At the Golden Temple there are volunteers of all ages who help how they can to ensure the service to the community. Here we are inside the Chapati factory and a very young girl is helping to spread the butter on the chapatis
Two kids inside the room of the Golden Temple where is the "chapati machine" (one of the few in the world). This machine produces this type of bread very famous in India. Thousands and thousands of chapatis ready to be served continuously. The machine can cook up to 20kg of flour in a single half hour.
As soon as you leave the downtown and you drive around the outskirts of the city, the scenery will be totally different. The people are relaxing outside their houses, shacks or huts.. the kids play under the surveillance of the elders.
Here we are at a local market in Vietnam. Surely a place always very lively and crowded, with vendors sat everywhere along the street, a constant loud noise and a strong scent.
Om in Vietnamese means Hug. The scooter taxis are called "Xe Om" because the customer hugs the driver during the ride.
Here you see a little girl hugging her father on a scooter.
A shot taken on the street in Can Tho. In Vietnam helmets are compulsory only for adults.. who anyway, use mostly fake helmets. Therefore the kids are always exposed to the high risks of the dangerous Vietnamese traffic.