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04 May 2008

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gabyu

japanese trains, not chinese ones...

Gonzague

i posted it a while ago here http://blog.gonzaguedambricourt.com/2008/04/26/remplissez-moi-ce-train/ and people said this can be seen in Paris too on the 13th line :)

Amir W

In India people push themselves and since the doors are non-existent on some carts, some just barely hang on to the the train as it moves...

Gad

I think this is in Japan and not in China. This has been like that for years...

alban

I confirm, it's in japan ! they are speaking japanese.
But I don't know where... I take very crowded trains everyday, but this is really amazing...
If it's in Tokyo, i really like to know in wich station/area this can happen ! to go to see that with my eyes !

Yoav

Ahhh.... Japanese, definately. Why is it that all Israelis always think that any asian person is Chinese, or could be replaced by a chinese person? Like all those Sushi places in Tel Aviv where the chefs are either Chinese or Thai construction workers by day and "sushi chefs" by night. It makes as much sense as putting an old women from Pakistan in charge of the Gefilte Fish in passover. Entirely different country and culture. Just like Austria isn't Germany or Switzerland, or Belgian man is not French.

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