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Why It’s Better Not to Celebrate the New Year in China (22 pics)

Posted in Pictures   21 Dec 2009   / 10151 views

The New Year is a holiday where sometimes people cover big distances to meet with family, friends to celebrate it together.
Wherever you live, you can buy a ticket on a train, plane, ship and to get to your destination.
Anywhere, but not in China.
In this country, to get on the train (the most accessible means of transport) in January will be very problematic, even if you have a ticket.
After seeing the photos you will understand what that means.


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lolipop 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
JC_OMG_sign mr47_04
       
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36 JC_OMG_sign
Jayzen Freeze!
       
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nahhh 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
that's f-in ridiculous! they need to sort that out big time
       
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mtjs 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
that was hell! n_recourse
       
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aaaaaaa 36 aha 36 JC_OMG_sign
       
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Peanut 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
One Chinese fellow told me he came to Canada because there was more room. I see why. Question is, why do they breed like fruit flies?
       
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jesper 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
This just confirms how happy I am not living in China
       
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_psy 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
wtf 36 n_lol
       
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peter 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
i was in china a lot of times and never saw this. So don't think all china is overpopulated
       
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Real Deaf 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
36 belay
       
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Jeff Chen 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
As a Chinese, I can confirm that these photos are absolutely true. And this happens in most of the cities (because ppl are heading home from the cities). I was in this like 20 years ago but later I changed to planes for travelling.

And now, I'm heading Canada, just like the dude said above, it's going to be a hell lot more space there n_tongue

The problem is, ppl living in the country tend to have more babies, while ppl in the cities tend to have only one nowadays. Since the ppl living in the country are poor, they can't travel by plane, and had to squeeze into the trains like this. Said fact is, they don't want to have less babies so they can offer better life to them with a lower cost. This way, they stay poor and packed, for as long as they don't realize the real problem. n_what
       














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