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An American in China

Parking Cars in China by www.puddingandchopsticks.com

Posted by w_thames_the_d on October 7, 2011


From here:
“There is an upper scale mall in the city that I live. Very upscale. We’re talking Ferrari, Porsche, Hermes, LV, upscale. The underground parking charging money for it’s use. The parking on the street does not.
So what happens, well, no one pays to park because they are super cheap. Just think that you bought a car that costs 100,000 RMB but can’t pay 5 RMB to park. Well, whatever. So this causes some problems as in, tons of cars and no parking. Couple that with Chinese people’s perspective that troubling anyone but family is ok, along with no repercussions of peoples actions:
We end up with this.

see more here
http://www.puddingandchopsticks.com/2011/10/06/parking-cars/

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