well, they just will have to accomodate... they should put in designated NON smoking areas so the non smokers can escape, and a designated public urination area. They could theme it to look like a giant Hello Kitty litter box or something.
I'm not that surprised. I was in Shenzhen (mainland china next to HK) end of july. One day I was walking down the side walk and there was a young boy taking a sh*t right in front of everybody with his mom standing next to him. Disgusting.
Its very common to find parents allowing small children to urinate in public in China, Hong Kong, as well as Taiwan. Im not sure why, but I guess its just accepted over there. When I went to Windows On China (a small Taiwan theme park) I probably saw at least 4 or 5 little kids right off the sidewalks urinate. I am not surprised about the people smoking in non-smoking areas at the park either. Non-smoking areas in these countries are uncommon, and I never saw a non-smoking area in any of the places to eat. I guess its kinda a throw back to how it was here 30 years ago.
ok, i admit to smoking in a non-smoking area once.. but that was because it was my first time to the park...
But with the children going to the toilet in public, its just.. disguisting.. i just feel sorry for the cleaners going around and clearing it up.
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