《China Turned On》的笔记-第66页
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Because of limited space, options for where families can put their television sets are few. Almost invariably the set is located in the largest room and is typically the visual focus of that space. In many homes it is placed in the corner of the room for the best viewing angle. Television sets in China are freestanding; they do not come in wood cabinets and they don’t have legs. TV sets, therefore, are usually placed on top of something else, a dresser or desk for instance, and are often surrounded by knick-knacks and small decorations or household items. The area is frequently adorned with artifacts that reflect the personality of the family and the region where they live. Families value their television sets highly and oftern protect them with special cloth covers.
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