I spotted this sign at Shanghai Expo
Please don’t trample
It stands by a ceramic fountain with little water inside.
This is posted at the entrance of 镇海口海防历史纪念馆 Zhenhai Coast Defense History Museum in Ningbo:
Sleeveless garment, slippers are not allowed.
To remedy, the museum provides shoes ..
I was forced to wear this pair
Thank lord it fit
Thank lord the shoes were disease free .. 香港脚 (Athlete’s foot) was on my mind the entire time
This time in China, I saw many places with the 温馨提示 Warm prompt signs. In the public bathrooms, there were plenty of wenxin tishi signs even when there weren’t any bathroom tissues installed in each booth. Yup, the tissue was located centrally in one location. Nevertheless, the signs indeed warmed my heart. China is trying hard to improve its software.
Gargle. Golfer felt something in his throat and asked me if gargle would help. It drew a blank at first because I didn’t understand what it meant. Then after he demonstrated it, I realized that I had long since stopped doing it. Was it uncivilized?