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Chinese farmer Hao Xianzhang shows Buddha-shaped pears and a patent certificate at his house in Lianghexia Village, Weicheng Town, Weixian County, Handan City, north China's Hebei Province on August 21st, 2019. A Chinese farmer got renowned and raked in on his creation of Buddha- and baby-shaped pears in north China's Hebei Province. Hao Xianzhang spent six years to perfect the process by growing the pears inside moulds to make them look like human and Buddha, which was inspired by the classic novel "Journey to the West." Hao has grown more than 10,000 of the mini marvels at his orchard this season, which was reported to be sold for around 50 yuan (US$7) each. (Photo by Hao Qunying / Costfoto/Sipa USA)
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Chinese farmer Hao Xianzhang comperes a Buddha-shaped pear with an ordinary one at his house in Lianghexia Village, Weicheng Town, Weixian County, Handan City, north China's Hebei Province on August 21st, 2019. A Chinese farmer got renowned and raked in on his creation of Buddha- and baby-shaped pears in north China's Hebei Province. Hao Xianzhang spent six years to perfect the process by growing the pears inside moulds to make them look like human and Buddha, which was inspired by the classic novel "Journey to the West." Hao has grown more than 10,000 of the mini marvels at his orchard this season, which was reported to be sold for around 50 yuan (US$7) each. (Photo by Hao Qunying / Costfoto/Sipa USA)
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A Buddha-shaped pear grown by Chinese farmer Hao Xianzhang is compared with an ordinary one at his house in Lianghexia Village, Weicheng Town, Weixian County, Handan City, north China's Hebei Province on August 21st, 2019. A Chinese farmer got renowned and raked in on his creation of Buddha- and baby-shaped pears in north China's Hebei Province. Hao Xianzhang spent six years to perfect the process by growing the pears inside moulds to make them look like human and Buddha, which was inspired by the classic novel "Journey to the West." Hao has grown more than 10,000 of the mini marvels at his orchard this season, which was reported to be sold for around 50 yuan (US$7) each. (Photo by Hao Qunying / Costfoto/Sipa USA)
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A Chinese worker takes a Buddha-shaped pear grown by farmer Hao Xianzhang from its mould at a workshop in Lianghexia Village, Weicheng Town, Weixian County, Handan City, north China's Hebei Province on August 21st, 2019. A Chinese farmer got renowned and raked in on his creation of Buddha- and baby-shaped pears in north China's Hebei Province. Hao Xianzhang spent six years to perfect the process by growing the pears inside moulds to make them look like human and Buddha, which was inspired by the classic novel "Journey to the West." Hao has grown more than 10,000 of the mini marvels at his orchard this season, which was reported to be sold for around 50 yuan (US$7) each. (Photo by Hao Qunying / Costfoto/Sipa USA)
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Buddha-shaped pears grown by Chinese farmer Hao Xianzhang are piled before being taken out from their moulds at a workshop in Lianghexia Village, Weicheng Town, Weixian County, Handan City, north China's Hebei Province on August 21st, 2019. A Chinese farmer got renowned and raked in on his creation of Buddha- and baby-shaped pears in north China's Hebei Province. Hao Xianzhang spent six years to perfect the process by growing the pears inside moulds to make them look like human and Buddha, which was inspired by the classic novel "Journey to the West." Hao has grown more than 10,000 of the mini marvels at his orchard this season, which was reported to be sold for around 50 yuan (US$7) each. (Photo by Hao Qunying / Costfoto/Sipa USA)
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Chinese farmer Hao Xianzhang checks Buddha-shaped pears at his pear orchard in Lianghexia Village, Weicheng Town, Weixian County, Handan City, north China's Hebei Province on August 21st, 2019. A Chinese farmer got renowned and raked in on his creation of Buddha- and baby-shaped pears in north China's Hebei Province. Hao Xianzhang spent six years to perfect the process by growing the pears inside moulds to make them look like human and Buddha, which was inspired by the classic novel "Journey to the West." Hao has grown more than 10,000 of the mini marvels at his orchard this season, which was reported to be sold for around 50 yuan (US$7) each. (Photo by Hao Qunying / Costfoto/Sipa USA)
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Chinese farmer Hao Xianzhang checks Buddha-shaped pears at his pear orchard in Lianghexia Village, Weicheng Town, Weixian County, Handan City, north China's Hebei Province on August 21st, 2019. A Chinese farmer got renowned and raked in on his creation of Buddha- and baby-shaped pears in north China's Hebei Province. Hao Xianzhang spent six years to perfect the process by growing the pears inside moulds to make them look like human and Buddha, which was inspired by the classic novel "Journey to the West." Hao has grown more than 10,000 of the mini marvels at his orchard this season, which was reported to be sold for around 50 yuan (US$7) each. (Photo by Hao Qunying / Costfoto/Sipa USA)
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Chinese farmer Hao Xianzhang checks Buddha-shaped pears at his pear orchard in Lianghexia Village, Weicheng Town, Weixian County, Handan City, north China's Hebei Province on August 21st, 2019. A Chinese farmer got renowned and raked in on his creation of Buddha- and baby-shaped pears in north China's Hebei Province. Hao Xianzhang spent six years to perfect the process by growing the pears inside moulds to make them look like human and Buddha, which was inspired by the classic novel "Journey to the West." Hao has grown more than 10,000 of the mini marvels at his orchard this season, which was reported to be sold for around 50 yuan (US$7) each. (Photo by Hao Qunying / Costfoto/Sipa USA)
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Chinese farmer Hao Xianzhang checks Buddha-shaped pears at his pear orchard in Lianghexia Village, Weicheng Town, Weixian County, Handan City, north China's Hebei Province on August 21st, 2019. A Chinese farmer got renowned and raked in on his creation of Buddha- and baby-shaped pears in north China's Hebei Province. Hao Xianzhang spent six years to perfect the process by growing the pears inside moulds to make them look like human and Buddha, which was inspired by the classic novel "Journey to the West." Hao has grown more than 10,000 of the mini marvels at his orchard this season, which was reported to be sold for around 50 yuan (US$7) each. (Photo by Hao Qunying / Costfoto/Sipa USA)
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