"It's done a little faster." Zahibaju said, pointing to a wooden bowl with no outer edge. He does the most everyday work, with three sizes of wooden bowls: five for the biggest day, which sells for $550, and seven or eight for the smallest day for $150. The wooden bowls he made are particularly popular. Every time he went to a fair or a holiday, he put up a stall for sale. Usually, he will also put wooden bowls in the scenic shop, ask the shop to sell. In addition to tourists, the locals also like to buy back the daily use of tea. The income from selling wooden bowls is also available. 'A better time was 30,000 yuan a year, ' Mr. Zahibaju said.