Tajikistan Boys Clothes: Shopping--Candy Shops

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Shopping in developed countries is a major activity for teen agers and only less so for pre-teens because they have less money. The same is trur in developing countries because children tend to have less money. In a way hopping for children harkens back to earlier days in Europe and America. One such experience is the local candy shop. Such shops have virtually disappeared in America. They have not in Tajikistan. And a reader has sent us some fascinating images of candy shopping in Tajikistan.

William Fergusson


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Created: 4:26 PM 4/9/2005
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