She goes fishing with them.
She cracks crab with them.
She washes boats with them.
Crab is too expensive for her.
Crab makes her think of her job.
Crab isn't as good as other seafood.
GninGnin wears gloves to protect her hands from being cut by the crab shells.
GninGnin wears gloves to keep her hands warm while on the fishing boats.
GninGnin wears gloves to protect her hands from the icy cold weather.
GninGnin does this so her granddaugher's head will stay warm on the boat.
GninGnin does this so her granddaughter will not get a "crabhead".
GninGnin does this so her granddaugher will have a head like a crab.
She moves like a crab.
She moves very slowly with her body bent over.
She moves very quickly and strongly at work and her whole body shakes.
She gives the crabmeat a bath so that the pieces of shell will sink and the meat will float.
She gives the crabmeat a bath so that the crabmeat won't smell.
She gives the crabmeat a bath so that it is clean and ready to eat.
GninGnin looks like a strange bird because of the way she walks and waves her arms.
GninGnin looks like a strange bird because of the net she wears on her head.
GninGnin looks like a strange bird because she is covered with little pieces of crabmeat.
She takes a break and has a cup of tea.
She pretends to be a famous actress making a movie in a crab chong.
GninGnin and her friends will start to sing traditional songs.
The writer talks about "my grandmother"
GninGnin looks like a strange bird
The boss has a loud voice
The girl got a job for GninGnin.
The girl cracked GninGnin's crab
The girl made GninGnin laugh
A calm voice
A form of language
A kind of song
Dough filled with meat or vegetables
A chubby doll made of rice and leaves
A drink served cold during the summer
Teaching new words
Making too much noise
Having a musical sound
A fresh-water fish
A strong-tasting spice
A delicate rice paper