China’s millennium-old fireworks hub grapples with bans and shifting traditions

LIUYANG, China (Reuters) – From the concrete bunkers carved into the hillside, where workers gingerly handle piles of explosive black powder, to the shopfronts selling colorful boxes of pyrotechnics,…






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