It’s Better in China

Jan Wong at the Toronto Globe and Mail has compiled a list of ten things the Chinese
do better than North
Americans. Ranging from cell phone service (which works at the Great Wall of China, while I can’t even get reception in
my mother’s NJ living room) to WiFi service bells in restaurants, it’s an interesting snapshot of modern Chinese

It’s also interesting to see ideas that have popped up in other countries, too; in the UK, I routinely book movie
tickets and seats online, using an interactive seating map showing me which seats are availiable at which show times.
Anti-theft handbag hooks under tables have also made their way to bars and pubs in city centers. But I’ve never been
anywhere that had 9-5 banking, 365 days a year.

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