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The hubcap seller

In Madagascar, owning a second-hand car that is entering its second or third decade and has several hundred thousand kilometres on the clock is an undeniable sign of wealth.

So when one owns such a jewel, one takes the greatest care of it and does everything to prolong its "beauty" and life span.

This is good business for Yand, father of Andry, a pupil at the School for Little Giants. Every morning, he meticulously sets up his ephemeral shop of shiny hubcaps.

A small job like many others in the streets of Tana that will allow Yand to modestly support his family.


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