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Even king cannot sit down? What are those seats?

2020/10/22

Everyone knows that rush hour trains are crazy crowded, and today, there are already many people in line. Komepapa really wants to get a seat and he just came up with a great idea. However, we should be kind and be gentle when we get on a train. A Small Piece Of Advice Cutting in […]

    Everyone knows that rush hour trains are crazy crowded, and today, there are already many people in line. Komepapa really wants to get a seat and he just came up with a great idea. However, we should be kind and be gentle when we get on a train.

    A Small Piece Of Advice

    Cutting in line is a bad manner

    Cutting in line is representative of bad train manners. You would feel unpleasant when someone cuts in line upon the doors are opened and gets a seat, although you were waiting correctly in order. In Japan, people naturally make lines where the crowded place. It is one of the reason why Japanese people seem to be serious. However, Komepapa is running to cut in line. If he bumped to other people, it could be dangerous. The mushrooms waiting in a line also seem to be confused selfish behavior in a public place like this, could cause harm to other people, let you be careful.

     

    In addition, priority seats are ones for people with a disability, people in a bad shape, infants(stroller) and pregnant women. We sometimes cannot recognize if women are pregnant by her looks, that is why they take a help mark or a maternity mark with them. When you sit down on a priority seat, make sure to see others and give up your seat for a person who need it.

     

    By the way, in New York, if you do not give up your seat to a person with a disability or senior citizen, you would get fined. Furthermore, in Thailand, there are priority seats for monks. It is interesting that there is a difference in whom to prioritize in each countries!

     

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