The question is weather its fair to judge a country by an incident or based on one particular custom. Well, what's going on
from incidents in isolation but everything is connected and represents a
picture of how uncompassionate Chinese are. China
Lately we have seen series of hit and run incidents in China where thousands pass by but no one really cares as if the injured not a living thing. Some of those gets injured are children and that doesn't make any change to the attitude either.
In fact it broke our heart when news came to light where drivers intentionally killing pedestrians they hit in order to avoid heavy fines imposed by Chinese traffic laws. All these sparked anger and outrage among international community who thought Chinese lack compassion as a nation.
I had the opportunity to live in
several months where I was disgusted to see them eating Dogs and Cats. Most
dogs breeds they eat are the most friendliest and cutest. What's more appalling
is that Chinese too raise and pet dogs like we all do at our homes. China
One has to understand that the communist Chinese laws are ridiculous too. The fines imposed on an injured victim often quite high compared to the compensation you pay for a dead pedestrian. But can imagine you killing someone you hit because you have to pay a heavier fine ?
Trust me when you walk in
might find it hard to meet a helpful local. If you ever happen to go to Shanghai , needs
direction or something clarified always try a foreigner. China
Look at this footage below, an incident where a car hit a biker who gets badly injured looking at the footage and needs quick attention. The car that hit fled the scene but there were dozens of vehicles and commuters pass by not wanting to attend to the injured. This is extremely rare and chances are that you will only notice this in
hope that Chinese people start respecting life and be more compassionate. China
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