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parcher Post time: 2016-4-26 14:55
Name and shame...

This is much more effective than imposing a fine. Can't believe jaywalking is also committed by foreigners in China as well.

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One way to get the police more involved is to give them 'selfie sticks'

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I support jaywalking. As long as you look both ways. The real problem here are drivers who ignore zebra crossings & the flashing  little green man...
Good Gweilo: My job is the ideological quality control

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