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Q: Shanghai most stressful city in China?

Anyone seen the latest addition to the metros in Shanghai?

They've turned the pillars into punching bags...http://shanghaiist.com/2011/08/08/adidas_turns_xujiahui_metro_station.php

While I applaud this invention, courtesy of Adidas, it got me wondering 1. whether people would use it and 2. just how stressed they really were.

I live in Beijing - anyone in Shanghai seen these babies in action? Or rather, being done in?

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What a stupid idea... How calm would you feel if you're an older person or girl etc.. And seeing some freak going ape shit mental on the bag then having said dude next to you on the metro?!!? I'm way bigger than any local (well 95% of them) taller, fatter, stronger) I would LOVE to do exactly that, just go retarded mental! Grunting, yelling while I wail on it, I can guarantee I would have a 2 meter radius around me on the metro... come to think of it that would be brilliant!! When will they do this in Guangzhou? any ideas!!! Laughing out loud

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I've never knew that they had these. Hopefully they still do. I wouldn't say Shanghai was the most stressful. They do have higher costs to take the subway, but still that's just one little factor. Shanghai is one of the cities that attracts tourists to visit so no it wouldn't be. 

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