The tangled mess of electrical cables that once wrapped around trees and clogged up the rooftops has moved underground. of course, all the older residents stood outside for hours, pointing and giving suggestions to the professionals. Despite the minor inconvenience this caused, it will be worth it to finally get the tangle of cables out of sight.
I understand the cost associated with something like this, but it makes traffic so much easier with pedestrians not blatantly disregarding street lights. I wish there were more of these in Beijing.
Don't mind the bad panorama. Cars were moving, things got weird
Maybe this is why some consider China as a developing country
There are also hundreds of people dancing. Each area has a little laptop hooked up to speakers blaring different kinds of music, Indian, American swing, classical Chinese, and people are dancing in unison. It is the strangest thing to see after I walk out of my school, but at the same time, it’s cool to see so many people actively engaged in the same thing.