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  • Latest logI started my trip to celebrate my graduation today. So I will not update my blog and reply your comment for several days. Sorry for this and thank you guys for reading my blogs.
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    I started my trip to celebrate my graduation today. So I will not update my blog and reply your comm ...
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  • Real NameMin Zhu
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  • Graduate schoolUniversity of Wollongong
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  • My Bike? 2017-3-26 21:49

    Yesses.Though for me the first idea comes to me when thinking about resolutions to the issues on sharing bikes is we develop higher level of moral which could contain our behavior to the better direction, penalty rules actually are supposed to the better method of solving the issues. Penalty rules are always the starting point to change people's perspectives of their behavior.

  • My Bike? 2017-3-26 10:48

    shehemego: At my college, there are two bike-sharing companies under their operations of bike sharings. I can see bike-picking-up workers sometimes drive their e ...
    Yeah I do not think I would invest in bike sharing. With better rules I think that bike sharing can be a more valuable social asset helping with transport and pollution reduction and as consumer purchasing power of the Chinese increases larger profit margins will be possible. And yeah there needs to be adequate penalties for abusing the bike sharing system. I read about two Chinese nurses that were jailed in one Chinese city for tampering with share bikes to give them unmetered access and I think this is a bit harsh but appropriate fines could act as suitable deterrent. I wouldnt get hysterical about bike sharing but I think it can work with the right rules and plan.

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