This is the moment dozens of villagers help one of their neighbours to move a heavy wooden granary to make way for his new home in south-west China.
Grateful Pan Dangdang told local media he had been horrified when he realised the 15-foot-high grain store had to be shifted from one side of Shangye Village, Guizhou Province, to another.
But he was astonished when virtually the entire village volunteered to shoulder the burden.
One witness filmed the team effort as the other villagers hauled the granary to its designated destination, about 30 feet away.
Dozens of villagers can be seen carrying the heavy wooden structure, while another led their way in front.
Even children can be seen helping to hold a guide rope attached to the roof.
At times the pathway seems so narrow that there is barely room for the grain store and the struggling helpers.
The villager in charge of the transfer shouts rhythmic slogans like a drill sergeant as the carriers followed the rhythm and slowly move the granary step by step.
Afterwards, Pan invited everyone for a feast as a way to thank his friends and neighbours for their kindness and hard work.
One villager, named Zhang Xianfu, told local media that the people in his village as simple and honest, and are happy to help each other out with everything.
Zhang said most of them are friends and relatives and are ready to roll up their sleeves whenever it is due.
“Help is free of charge,” he added.