Let's see this production report and try to guess what the this man?
Here's a hint, the action takes place in Bhutan, well, any ideas?
Pulp in the foreground - the stalks of cane, raw source for paper production. Reed stalks digested in boilers until until they become a viscous pulp. Then a wooden mallet cellulose mash split into even smaller fibers, and then passed on to stage.
Female labor, endless and honorable. At this stage of the cane is more like a thin, gray pasta. In Bhutan, the food is tasty and a lot because the first association at the sight of this scene was about the "Eastern market, local Korean pickled delicacies." And the second thought: "But why ?! hands." The problem of women - disassemble cane into individual fibers and remove debris.
And we go further. Split fibers are loaded into a vat filled with water and petals. In the hands of the workers stretched thin mat on the frame, which scoop up the cane flower porridge. Bhutanese women have tried their best: if you omit the water hand, grasp the weight is almost impossible. The touch is soft, thin algae. Petals add more aesthetic reasons: inclusions in the paper fragments wildflowers - it's beautiful.
After about thirty seconds, the water flows, and on the basis of a thin layer remains, something reminiscent of wet wool.