People who live in Japan can easily get rid of their old electronics and household appliances, whether they are working or not. Local companies pick dead technology and take it to dumps helping residents to quickly solve the recycling problem. Discarded TVs, printers, washing machines and other products are not resold to the population. They are sent to China for further disposing and component parts.
These people have absolutely no sense of fashion whatsoever. They may be trying to make a fashion statement, but they really look ridiculous. What they are wearing is outlandish.
Street gangs first appeared in South Africa during the apartheid regime in the 1950s, after the so-called “colored community” was relocated to racially designated sections. Many residents felt there was a limited police presence in their communities so they organized themselves into gangs who obtained payment for protecting others.