A taxi driver in Northeast China's Liaoning province has taken more than 20,000 photos with his passengers during a period of four years, reported Jiefang Daily on Thursday.
Teng Jiazhi, a cabbie in his sixties, has been working in the taxi business for 22 years.
On a chilly winter's day years ago, he picked up two passengers waiting in the cold by the side of the road.
The two had been waiting in the freezing cold for more than an hour before they got into Teng's taxi, and so they insisted on taking a souvenir photo with Teng to express their gratitude.
Inspired by the incident, Teng set up a camera in his taxi in 2011. Since then, he has taken photos with the different passengers he has driven every day. And in every photo, a broad smile can be seen on the driver's face.