Chinese Greed are stories told throughout the streets about a changing country. Politically communistic and economically capitalistic you might say it combines the worst of both. As China shakes off the old traditions she seems to get an unsatisfying heart. Factories, offices and shops are built rapidly and advertisement is omnipresent.
In the middle of this chaos lives the Chinese man, taking orders in restaurants, pouring thee in coffee shops, working in the factories. Who is this Chinese man? What does he do when the working day is over and the last customer has left? I wondered if the rapidly growing China outgrown had the individual and tried to find how individual people lived. The heartbeat of a million people.