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Is this TV station one hundred percent certain that that was what's it's all about?
Coming home from holiday a year back in the Seattle Tacoma Airport, same scene happened. Boys, and girls, in their early twenties, I'd say a good thousand of them were just siting to one side of the walkway quietly and obediently in a single file of which I have to say stretches a good three blocks or so waiting, just waiting. I got curious and popped the question: I said what's the occasion guys? A girl, black, looked up at me, smiled, and said: we are waiting to be shipped out. Bear in mind however: when they said waiting to be shipped out that it doesn't necessary mean war. For all I know, what they could be meaning to say is getting ready to be shipped to boot camp so there you go.
But, if it takes a whole army to keep the peace on a train station, then it's not something for us to be proud of, more rather, it should something that the Chinese public MUST learnt and that MUST LEARN SOMETHING is manners and disciplines.
Sorry, but that's my feeling about us Chinese when it comes to manners in public.