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[quote=GUEST57689,450801]A foreign professor wrote his unpleasant experiences of meeting Chinese people jumping queue for the Financial Chinese. His first unpleasant experience happened in 1980. He planned to send a telegram in the post office. His Chinese said that he could help him send the telegram. But the professor insisted on sending it personally. When he came to the post office, he was surprised because several people surrounded the window and asked to send their telegrams. Then he realized that it was impossible for him to send his telegram. He asked his Chinese friend to do him a favor. No surprise, his Chinese friend made his way to the window and sent his telegram successfully. It’s the first time that the foreign professor experienced the “queue jumping”. His unpleasant another experience happened in 2007. He was waiting for the train at the Jinan Railway Station. When the radio informed the passengers to board the train, people began to elbow their way to the ticket barrier. Everyone had their ticket in hands. The professor couldn’t understand why they jumped the queue. Queue jumping happens everywhere in China. Do you have a good idea to stop it? [/quote]
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