Outdoor Night Live Streamers, New career in China

Amid a quiet night’s atmosphere, on the other side of the bridge in Guilin City, Guangxi Province, China, is filled with noisy talk by a group of streamers who do live streaming outside at night. It looks like they take out a studio with them because they’re all carrying phones, camera stands, microphones, and lights in full swing. They compete for the top audience on social media called ‘Douyin,’ or Chinese version of TikTok, to earn income called ‘Money Donate,’ from viewers who come to watch live.