Itinerant hawkers are hawkers that travel from door to door to sell their products. In the past, when she hear the ringing bells from these itinerant hawkers, she would prepare a pulley system by attaching a string to a basket and carefully lower the basket down to the hawkers with money placed in the basket. Once the hawkers placed the food into the basket, customers would slowly lift the basket up to their home. She emphasizes on the fact that these itinerant hawkers had played a significant role in her life as such hawkers are uncommon nowadays due to the increasing number of high rise buildings in …show more content…
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