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Try Tokyo metropolitan subway, even Osaka! They still haven't solve this mystery of URBAN planning!|
Quite bad too!
It's just HIGHLY DENSE city of Shanghai, that such attitudes grows!
Hey! Hong Kong is quite bad too, but i guess the people don't shove, push as much nowadays compared to long ago!
Perhaps it's the design and pedestrian control design knowledge of the EXPO designers!
In modern Cities such as in warmer climate of Hong Kong, Singapore, even Kuala Lumpur - yes our city is almost 6.5 million people, not so small! People tend to walk with BIGGER PESONAL SPACE.
There is an area of study call PEDESTRIAN FLOW.
i REMEMBER it was a subject in Singapore's Urban Planning, and our local TEXTILE elite!
I understand in SEOUL, once upon a time, in a poorer time 1980's,
People tend to cluster, walk in close proximity due to warmth and of poorer performing INSULATING clothes
So, these habit persist of walking in close proximity, and when an OVERSEA CHINESE who has better clothing, walks with traditional BIGGER PERSONAL radius, tend to cause DISPLEASURE of local Shanghai Chinese who are not used to the condition of the URBANE OVERSEAs Chinese!
so, it's only a matter of HABITs, and condition of the people in Shanghai!
IT shows to a CLOSE OBSERVER of humanity that Shanghai has certain inhabitant perculiarities!
FOR YOU, it must be an honest expression of disgust.
If it's an AMERICAN PROPAGANDA fella, it's obvious BASH CHINA attempt!
but for the knowledgeable, it's a condition of development, NO BASHING AT ALL, an observation!
[ Last edited by greendragon at 2010-5-13 03:38 PM ]