Close to a world-class metropolis but far from its prosperity, our village is like many around the nation.
A home to taxi drivers and farmers, laborers and construction workers, our village tucks in over 40,000 people each night.
Most of those people don't even enjoy the luxury of indoor plumbing.
The world sees this country's development and growing wealth, but most of the people never taste that sort of life.
Instead, most live a simple life, just trying to get by, in a village much like ours.