Monday, August 26, 2013

Elderly in Japan and Singapore

Elderly in Japan and Singapore
Elderly in Japan and Singapore are very different!
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  1. He-he, at least passangers are reading books in Singapore, that is good. I do not see any reading people on the top of Fujisan. Does it mean that Singapore people are more educated than Japanese?

    Yeah, another interesting question: will Eva give up her seat to me if she will meet me accidentally in metro? I mean, we are totally strangers and she does not know how am I looking :P :lol:

    That one is extremely good. Thanks, ewww...

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    1. Actually they're looking at tablets and smartphones, either playing games or watching a movie :P

      Actually, people seldom give up seats in Tokyo... not sure if its because elderly are strong here, too many elderly, or the journey is too long to risk standing up for the entire journey...

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    2. Yeah, I knew it. There is no chance to have a seat in Japanese subway :P

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  2. Yeah I guess the word that describe most elderly in Japan is "genki" the word was ivnented while thinking on them hhaha....I wonder, is it the food?

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    1. I think its the food and lifestyle too!
      Either the fish or/and green tea.
      And they don't have many escalators/lifts here, so everybody had to climb lots of stairs...
      Cooling weather is also great for walking around instead of taking a bus like in hot Singapore...

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