Monday, January 20, 2014

The case of the invisible driver (or commuter)

We are pretty much programmed to just get into the bus, tap our cards and dash in to look for a seat. But in Japan, drivers always give you a bow and a greeting to thank us for commuting with them. It was so uneasy for me at first to acknowledge the driver and bow back.

6 comments:

  1. He-he, I've never been in S-pore, but that is true for many countries, I think.

    However, usually bus drivers in Japan wears white gloves :lol:
    May be that smiling guy is a spy ? 8|

    ewww ...


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    1. Wow you have a good eye!
      I remembered that when I was drawing but forgot about the white gloves when I was colouring :P

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    2. Uh-huh! It was Your fault then :lol:
      Poor bus driver, he should be very disgusted

      ewww...

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    3. LOL, I'm pretty sure he is fuming mad in Japan right now!

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  2. Hello! May we use this photo on a Facebook page?

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    1. Hi Edwin. Yes, you can share my artwork that is unaltered and with credits intact for non-commercial/non-profit purposes.

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