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  • The procedure is simple. Say your name. Then the bird comes out. Picks a card. Goes back into its cage. And you get an interpretation of your fortune.

    I did not get my fortune told. I was just passing through, getting some souvenirs with my friend. I was too busy. Did not care? I don't know. But, looking back at this photo, and that piercing look of the Fortune Teller's eyes, I realise that perhaps, it's not the fortunes that he tells.

    It's stories.

    P.S. The same Fortune Teller and his bird also became sports pundits during the Football World Cup in 2010:
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