曼哈顿大桥夹层中修建蜗居 Clambering down

Clambering down from his tiny coffin-sized shack built into the steel girders of its huge frame, this is the man who lives in Manhattan Bridge.
曼哈顿大桥的钢梁间搭建了一个棺材大小的木棚,他就住在这里。
Calling the New York City landmark home for the past year, he has managed to quietly come and go – while millions of oblivious commuters have rushed past his makeshift wooden home without a second thought or glance.
过去一年,他在纽约这个著名地标安家,每日惊险地爬桥进出临时搭建的木屋,来往行人对这一幕视而不见。
Speaking heavily accented English, the man offered up his name as Joey and said that he had arrived in New York City 13-years previously from China.
他叫乔伊,接受采访时,他操着具有浓重口音的英语称,自己13年前从中国来到纽约。
Claiming to have suffered a financial loss through gambling, Joey said that for the past year he has called the Manhattan Bridge his home – constructing the base between the girders using wood discarded from nearby Chinatown.
因为赌博输光身家,乔伊过去几年一直住在曼哈顿大桥。他用从唐人街捡来的木板在大桥的大梁之间搭了这个安乐窝。


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