There were sixteen Italians in Tietsin in 1901.
- Two hairdressers
- Six owners or staffers of two Italian restaurants
- One mechanic
- One miner
- Two businessmen
- One builder
- Three artists: a singer, a musician and a painter.
These are the things one learns doing historical research.
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