Monday, June 24, 2013

Smoking indoors in Japan VS haze in Singapore

Smoking indoors in Japan VS haze in Singapore

In Japan, smoking seats are placed either right next to non-smoking seats or placed at another floor, which is still quite bad for non-smokers like me because the air gets ventilated (like duh?).

有些日本的吸煙區就在禁煙區的隔壁,真的覺得沒什麼分別=_=;;

12 comments:

  1. He-he, good one.
    I think that fast food in Japan is much faster because of it :lol:

    Thanks, ewww ...

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    1. LOL, you're right! I do eat faster when the restaurant is small and the non-smoking seats are right next to the smoking ones!

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    2. He-he, that one collect more than 1000 likes on FB. Looks like it is most popular Your work.

      Congrats!

      ewww ...

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    3. Hee hee Wow you checked!
      Thank you very much!!! ^o^
      Actually I gained around 1000 new fans this time, but my previous best-performing comic strip gained 2-3,000 new fans. So I think I still need to work harder ;)

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  2. Ok I am with you...that makes no sense at all. Even I as a smoker think is better when I am told to "please step out into the balcony to have a smoke"...snmokers should have a code of conduct. I have always said "I chose to smoke, therefore I shall never smoke in front of someone that did not choose to do it"...is basic respect.

    And about the outside of Singapore...is it really that bad? I have never been into Singapore, but I did visit Mexico city and it can´t be as bad as that :P

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    1. Well the problem is, they placed the smoking corner right next to the non-smoking seats and placed everyone inside one big room... with air-condition... ...

      Singapore haze last week was pretty bad. We hit psi 400 which means it was at a hazardous level and prolonged exposure will impose health risks especially to the elderly and children. Many of my friends either had dry eyes or sore throat, flooding my Facebook with their complains XD

      But I guess it's not as bad as Beijing! ;P

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  3. Waaah I thought restaurants in Japan are free from cigarette smokes like in Singapore. That's bad. T-T

    BTW, long time no blog walking here, your drawings are getting more awesome!!! NICEEEE. Good to see that you're still blogging and drawing. :D *put two thumbs up*

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    1. WOW! Thanks for coming back! Must have been years!?!?

      I tried to give up a few times, but it has become a part of me...sigh...

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    2. Could be 2 years. I've even already changed my alias, domain and stuff. Hahaha

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    3. Haha but your style and webdesign style remained the same ne!

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  4. There is no, No Smoking Section at all!! Phew!

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    1. Yes, you'll be amazed at how they can place them both inside the same air-con room...

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