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Children's crossing in China
|Xian, VII.2000; pict. Baeten & De Dier|
pict. N. Heerink
|Not exactly a collector's delight but still worth a word or two.
|R. Mason was so kind to provide us with a translation of the captions:
|Lushan, 01.IV.2005; pict. N. Heerink|
|Our men on the field never sleep. They stay watchful
for months on end even after the umpteenth identical roadsign. And it pays, even in China.
All children's signs are identical, except for this one.
It's comforting to know that at least one
small spot escapes party control.
The drawing is almost the same as in - they won't like this - Taiwan. It is European design (e.g. Spain) with a yellow (that is not entirely a surprise) background and a very specific hairdress for the girl.
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