Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Frogger (China version)

I tried to describe in an earlier post the dangers of navigating through Beijing traffic. According to a DSIC teacher, the main difference compared to most countries is that pedestrians in China must always yield to vehicles, not the other way around.
  1. With all due respect, I respectfully disagree: the main difference appears to be national eyesight issues exacerbated by testosterone overproduction.
  2. I’m still not sure where bicycles*/animals/mopeds/carriages/food carts fit into this system.
*Next post: “Bicycle kingdom”

But since a picture’s worth a thousand words:
(Don’t think about how many honks/near death experiences these required.)