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Q: At what point does a Chinese person say, "It's too crowded"?

It's always crowded. But when is it too crowded?

 

Chinese can be very rude, say with butting in line. But when is this something to be called out upon?

 

Chinese can be very tactless. But when is something like this to be pointed out?

6 years 16 weeks ago in  General  - Other cities

 
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I've heard someone say Hong Kong is too crowded during rush hour.... and this is strange because although there might be a lot of people on the streets in Hong Kong, people are courteous and don't bump into each other. 

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When it's getting hard to push each other

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It's considered impolite to criticize other people's behavior, so they swallow all kinds of sh1t and when it's enough, they jump off a building, stab either someone at the ATM or the guy that's been sleeping with their wife. Or beat up the wife that hasn't been sleeping with anyone else, of course.

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When they can't breath and start losing their kids.... 

 

Oh wait... that happens everyday due to bad parenting and pollution, my bad! =P 

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If you listen you notice how in crowded situations (ie. metro stations or when the metro train pulls up packed full of people) Chinese people always say "tai duo ren" but never "tai duo zhongguo ren"?  

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When they push to get on the subway but as much as they push, they are still outside the train. 

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