|The man on the first sign was also found
in China (Hanghzou) but on a yellow background.
In Macau the European colour scheme and triangle was used. The drawing however
is nowhere found out of China or Macau.
From the roadsign below we can learn that modern times have reached Macau.
The shape of the heaps didn't change.
But the man now suffers from a button head and it's obvious that he doesn't enjoy
his job as much as before. He's just looking around with his spade resting on the heap.
||The second roadsign again shows no relationship with
The man is now working directly from the base of the triangle: a feature
which is not often seen. The heap behind the man's back
was omitted (Read more about the number of heaps in Argentina).
The man himself has become a plain vanilla type like many of his colleagues world-wide.
All together not very promising. Road sign collecting in Macau has a bleak future.