Durian

May 25, 2011 § Leave a comment

A worker preparing to sell durian at the roadside in Kuala Lumpur May 25, 2011. Malaysia will start exporting durians to mainland China from July, challenging Thailand’s virtual monopoly on shipments of the spiky, stinky delicacy that many Southeast Asians hail as “the king of fruits.”

A worker hold durian at the roadside in Kuala Lumpur May 25, 2011. Malaysia will start exporting durians to mainland China from July, challenging Thailand’s virtual monopoly on shipments of the spiky, stinky delicacy that many Southeast Asians hail as “the king of fruits.”

A gloves is seen at durian at the roadside in Kuala Lumpur May 25, 2011. Malaysia will start exporting durians to mainland China from July, challenging Thailand’s virtual monopoly on shipments of the spiky, stinky delicacy that many Southeast Asians hail as “the king of fruits.”

A worker try to cuts the durian at the roadside in Kuala Lumpur May 25, 2011. Malaysia will start exporting durians to mainland China from July, challenging Thailand’s virtual monopoly on shipments of the spiky, stinky delicacy that many Southeast Asians hail as “the king of fruits.”

Photo by Adi Safri

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