The Chinese national holidays have well and truly come. While the seven-day “Golden Week” holiday is something most Chinese look forward to every year, some look at it differently. Ironically or humorously?
This is how one Weixin blogger planned his golden week itinerary.
October 1: Stay home and watch the heavy congestion on all highways
October 2: Watch the long queues at many scenic locations
October 3: Read about the sky-rocketing hotel prices
October 4: Watch how visitors react to being ripped off
October 5: Feel sorry for those who did not book their train ticket in advance
October 6: Welcome back the heavy congestion to all highways
October 7: Learn how people cope with being jammed from entering the city from all directions
If you are good at socializing, a traffic jam can be a great opportunity to search for potential husbands. You can tell a man’s wealth from the model of his car, his character from his attitude, and his kidney function from his urine-bearing time.
October 8 – Prepare a good pot of tea at work and listen to everyone’s complaints
One artist has creatively composed these images of famous landmarks:
Translated research by Cecilia Kwan and Alan Cheung
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