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Cheng grew up in a village in Sichuan province. As a 13 year old, he left the village and got a job selling groceries in the provincial capital Chengdu. In his early twenties Cheng moved south to Guangzhou, the bustling capital of Guangdong Province. Old folks in Chinese villages like Cheng's hometown joke that when they die there will be no-one left in the village strong enough to carry their coffin.

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