Sleeping Chinese Passengers on Spring Festival Train L199

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From NetEase:

Train Cars of Temporary Train L199 Captured

2014 January 8, the temporary [for high volume seasons] L1999 train that departed from Hangzhou at 9:20pm and arrived at Guiyang at 3:46am on the 10th. As night falls, the people in the train cars sleep in awkward positions. Xu Kangping/CFP

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After leaving the Hangzhou City Station, [the train] stopped three times in Yiwu, Jinhua, and Quzhou within ZHejiang, with the train carriage being packed full of passengers. According to the train conductor, in comparison to past years, the flow of passengers this year is relatively steady, a bit less than imagined, approximately 10% more.

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A little after 1am in the early morning, inside the train carriage, everyone sleeping in awkward positions. Many young people hold cute little children in their arms.

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Every train car has around five little infants, and with a total of 16 train cars, that means this temporary train has nearly one hundred children where were just born not long ago. These Guizhou children born in Zhejiang are more or less all returning to their hometown of Guizhou with their parents for the first time, rushing to return home ahead of Chun Yun in order to avoid the extreme crowding of Chun Yun.

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Comments from NetEase:

老纳的歌 [网易湖南省长沙市网友]: 2014-01-14 08:06:30 发表

The people who can return home must be happy/blessed. Poor me, I’m still fighting for tickets… stop upvoting me.

网易陕西省西安市手机网友 ip:113.133.*.*:

Upvote me once and a corrupt government official dies; upvote me ten times and you’ll get rich in the Year of the Horse, Sora Aoi will sleep with you, and Laura Takizawa will lick your cock.

想要去很远 [网易广东省广州市网友]:

I think the temporary trains could do with a renovation/redesign. They look like capsule apartments. Currently there are 5 seats per row, but the space above has room to be exploited. The seats also don’t match the human shape [ergonomics], your neck unable to recline backwards [put your head back], the seating very uncomfortable. Of course, the people who have the ability to change these things don’t need to ride the train, so I bet none of them care.

费厄泼赖应该缓行 [网易广东省东莞市网友]:

Every year’s Chun Yun reflects the enormous imbalance in China’s economic development.

网易陕西省西安市手机网友 ip:113.133.*.*:

I always wonder why our people have it so hard and are so pitiful. Turns out it is because government apes only consider their own interests/benefit.

网易广东省广州市网友 [华太师府华文]:

When I was young, homesickness was a simple train ticket, with me on one end, and my mother on the other.
When I grew up, homesickness was a narrow ticket window, with me on one side, and the ticket seller inside.

华太师府华文 [网易广东省广州市网友]: (adding to his own comment above)

Later on, homesickness was a crowded ticketing office, with me on the outside, and a long line all the way in.
And now, homesickness is 12306 [online ticket purchasing website], with me on this end, but unable to open/load the webpage in the browser.

lidibeyond [网易辽宁省沈阳市网友]:

It sure isn’t easy for the ordinary common people, sleeping as if they were bodies in a crime scene. And with me being one among them.

小禅师 [网易广西南宁市手机网友]:

The treatment of the masters of a socialist country doesn’t seem that good. It’s better to be a servant…

网易广东省东莞市网友 ip:113.79.*.*:

What are the people who are saying these people are blessed/happy thinking? You go try standing for over 10 hours!

网易广东省东莞市网友 ip:113.105.*.*:

The most crowded train trip I experienced was when I had one foot standing on the ground and the other foot raised, standing like this for nearly 2 hours until some people got off at the next stop and there was finally enough room to stand.

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  • mei mei

    aww poor babies

  • markus peg

    Picture one – Man boobs alert…

    It’s an uncomfortable train ride to undertake, not helped by people taking unflattering photos of you…

    • Rick in China

      That one actually looks like he just finished jerking off under the table – and the woman is blocking the view.

  • Zappa Frank

    We were tAlking about body 1,2,3,4,5 or 6. But the man in the first picture is by far more common and is what most girls will have to take….

    • KamikaziPilot

      Haha, so true, he’s got bigger boobs than some Chinese girls. Not to mention he looks like he may give birth in a couple months. Is that what qualifies as “fat-skinny”?

      • linette lee

        hahhaha….lol He has big boobs. I used to sleep on the subway too when I was in school. The motion of the train makes me very sleepy. Many times I find my head on the shoulder of some man and they are nice enough didn’t wake me up.. hahahhaha..lol.

        • KamikaziPilot

          You must have been a cute kid, actually you’re still pretty cute now.

          • Brad pitt

            I think you should see an optometrist.

      • FYIADragoon

        Skinny-fat actually.

  • Peter Pottinger

    I’ll take in any girl who wants to come live in Canada :p

    • YourSupremeCommander

      Canada? The place where the most exciting thing to do is to watch the leaves turn their color. I will pass.

      • donscarletti

        This is why he’ll accept any girl who will endure it. Beggers can’t be choosers.

      • 大毛猴子

        Canada has the highest standard of living in the world

    • FYIADragoon

      Canada reminded me of the parts of America that are not the Northeast and the West Coast. Thank god I don’t live in either. Canada is where old foreigners go to die, since your government is as desperate as Australia to acquire citizens.

  • Surfeit

    People gotta sleep yo!

  • YourSupremeCommander

    With so much personal items everywhere, I am sure the theft rate on these trains is crazy CRAY!

  • Cauffiel

    They’re all pretty……. ugly anyway. Ugh, that pussy is Grade D at best.

  • YourSupremeCommander

    Two photos that stood out:

    1) Hand with the blue jacket going for the girls crotch.
    2) Creepy white face mask worn by the sleeping girl.

    • loki

      its not the girls crotch, unless she has 3 legs….

  • Peter Pottinger

    Haha, suagar daddy?

  • linette lee

    This is so sad. This is how the poor live in China. Why??????? So many rich and powerful and they won’t make the lives of the poor people better.

    • YourSupremeCommander

      Oh please girl, why do some HK people live like this when you have the super rich Li Ka-shing?

      • linette lee

        I thought I explained to Kai already what kind of people live like that. Go back to read why.

        • Kai

          The fact that you tried to “explain” it to me when I wasn’t actually asking why they live like that demonstrated that you did not understand the point I was making. At the time, you were also asking questions like this. I had hoped that if you could understand wealth disparity in HK, you would understand the various and many possible answers to your own question.

          Both @YourSupremeCommander:disqus and I apparently thought we could help you figure out the answer to your own question by making you think about the problem as it exists in your own beloved HK. We have failed, yet again.

          Socrates weeps.

          • YourSupremeCommander

            Exactly Sir. She always points out how terrible the mainlanders are but systematically fails to see that the same exact problems exist in HK. Either she’s too naive or too simple, either case I wish she can grown up soon and see the light.

          • linette lee

            hahaha…be quiet. You are just a ninja lego. you need some spanking??? YOurSupremeCommander…..

          • linette lee

            These cage people are equal to the homeless people in China. So tell me who is better off living in cage with a roof over your head or being homeless in the cold? These people 99% don’t have jobs and just live off from HK gov’t. In HK no one die of starvation or be homeless. There are always some kind of gov’t help.

          • Edward_Crowley

            Linette, I am currently in HK and the amount of scum and trash who get support from the ISS (?) is unbelievable. A Hong Kong man told me the africans maybe get 6,000 hkd a month and help with an apartment deposit. White people get no such help, it’s either get a job (and you need HKID or a work visa!) or go home. The 7/11 on mody road, just off of nathan road, everyone has a sob story, they can’t get a job in their own country, they lost their credit card, can you buy me a beer etc etc.,…some even shoplift beer from the fridge, or steal from others. Most are drug addicts or dealers. 1 old white guy his eyes LIT up when he saw I had 60 hong kong dealers to pay for some beers and snacks, about 6 uk pounds, and his eyes lit up……..he asks to borrow money to recharge his phone, which he never does, he spends it on beer, and asks everyone to buy him beer. Yet the police do nothing and it becomes annoying. If I go there now, I just go in for a milk tea and out, to stay there risk being stolen from or getting involved in a fight….

          • Kai

            No, not exactly. These cage people are more equal to the group renters (the difference being that there are cages delineating guaranteed personal space versus open bunks in a room).

            They are even closer to the well dwellers who are technically homeless but have a roof over their head too.

            The homeless are the homeless in each. Cage-dwellers are not the homeless of Hong Kong. That’s a insult to the actual homeless of Hong Kong: https://www.google.com/#q=hong+kong+homeless

            More importantly, your comparison and attempt to use it to argue that HK is better than the mainland has zero relevance to what YourSupremeCommander and I are saying in response to your question, which is that the existence of wealth disparity has fairly easily understood reasons that are easily understood to be unfortunately extremely hard to solve.

          • Dr Sun

            lol

    • Zappa Frank

      do you know a place where rich people really do something for poor in their country? usually is the government that using taxes work for a better distribution of resources…

      • linette lee

        There are many rich people do things for the less fortunate. Bill Gate,Shao Yifu, Jacky Chan. Many people give back to the society.

        • Zappa Frank

          yes but it’s not that a welfare state can be done just with that. That is just a little in an ocean.

  • TJDubs

    I did an overnight train from Dalian to Beijing (13ish hours) during a holiday weekend once, and was lucky enough to have a hard seat ticket. The unfortunate ones were sleeping all over the floors, including that of the toilet.

    Evidently, the need for sleep outweighs the risk of catching a severe illness, as well as that of getting 拉肚子’ed on.

    • Guang Xiang

      Try 24 hours from Beijing to Shanghai, hard seat. All the clothes I wore that day got tossed away afterwards. The bathroom was a stinking mess so me and my friends had to see how long we could hold out without needing to piss. We started playing card games where loser drinks water. I caved in and pissed at the 23rd hour of the ride.

      • TJDubs

        I figured my worst experience was a pretty tame one, in the grand scheme of the Chinese train system.

        On the positive side, you can be glad the bathroom hole wasn’t covered up by bodies!

      • Kai

        LoL @ the drinking game. That’s pretty hilarious.

    • Teacher in China

      Chongqing to Beijing, 36 hours on a hard seat. The train was so crowded is took like 5 minutes just to walk to the bathroom on the other end of my carriage. Totally ridiculous experience that I loved but would never ever want to do again.

  • The young mother in the orange jacket holding her young child is such a picture of serenity.Gorgeous.

    • linette lee

      I like that one too. When sleeping in the public at least cover your face with a hat or cap or sunglasses on the train or plane. In her case she used a baby coat. So cute. Holding her precious baby.

  • Teacher in China

    There’s a local train to my town from Changchun that is old, dirty, and always crowded. My wife and I had tickets, but when we found our seats, the old guy sitting in one of them didn’t want to move. Since he looked to be about 108 years old, I decided to let it pass and my sat while I stood. As I was standing and shuffling, I noticed my foot kick another foot under the bench/seat, I automatically looked to the person I thought I kicked to nod an apology, but realized that it wasn’t her foot. I managed to get a look under the bench/seat and there was the old man’s wife lying on some old newspaper, fast asleep…

    • Kai

      That was really nice of you to give him the seat. Did he acknowledge that he was basically squatting your seat or did he just decide he could take it and you’d fold?

      • Teacher in China

        To be honest, he was kind of a dick about it. He barely acknowledged our presence, and just said “No” without looking at our ticket. I might have put up a fight, but like I said, he was damn old, so I cut him some slack and accepted it.

        • Archie

          Bad form, rewarding assholes for bad behaviour.

          • Teacher in China

            Normally I’d agree with you, but he honestly was on death’s door. When I say he was like 108 years old, I’m not exaggerating. I have no problem cutting someone some slack in that situation.

          • Edward_Crowley

            You did a noble thing, and the right thing, but sometimes doing the right thing in China is not doing the right thing. You then give the chinese the impression it is ok to keep screwing people over and being rude and self serving. At times you must stick to your guns.

          • Teacher in China

            I agree with you, but I think this was not one of those times. I saw it as doing a human and decent thing since this old guy was clearly a lot more needy than me. I’m not going to let being in China change my basic human decency.

          • Edward_Crowley

            Fair enough.

          • Rick in China

            Don’t let these dudes discourage you, I think letting the ancient dude stay was just being -human-, that being said, the old dude is a douche – taking a seat while his wife is crumpled up underneath one on old paper, maybe you _shoulda_ booted him out once you learned the whole situation.

          • mr.wiener

            Well played sir. Sometimes you have to be able to face yourself in the mirror and ask: “Am i a good man?” I think you know the answer to that question

          • mr.wiener

            I’m telling Betty you said that.

        • Kai

          I’m not sure what I would’ve done. I’m forgiving or generous with people who are self-aware and apologetic in the imposition or favor they are unfairly asking of you. This old guy doesn’t meet that criteria so ultimately he unilaterally forced you into a position of either standing up for a legit principle and the consequences of looking bad because you’re disagreeing with an old person. It’s moral blackmail. He basically bullied you.

          Did your wife give him any shit at all or did she size up the situation the same way you did?

          • Teacher in China

            Yeah I can see it that way, Kai. And if it had been anyone else, I would have been angrier about it, but as I said this guy was quite old so it didn’t seem worth it.

            My wife put up an initial fight, saying a few angry words to him, but then she just kind of looked at me and shrugged. I told her to sit in our other seat and not worry about it.

          • jianfei

            hey man, its a dog eat dog world.. no one get’s my square cm of space on those coffin trains!

  • donscarletti

    I think that comment is a little bit disingenious. If three quarters of New York and Los Angeles went inland every Christmas, shit would start looking pretty third world pretty soon as well.

    • Kai

      Hah, yeah, probably, but I think that comment as more of a political joke about how the working class (ordinary people) are supposedly the “masters” in socialism but are “servants/slaves” in capitalism. He’s saying socialism with Chinese characteristics doesn’t look better to the ordinary guy than being under a system of capitalism.

      • donscarletti

        I got his meaning, the people’s government being staffed by public servants and all.

        I just don’t really think this is an inherent problem with the state railways administration or any other government department, but has more to do with there being so damn many people travelling at the same time. If you really wanted a government scapegoat, you could blame it on the current policy to encourage large cities to develop first, while leaving rural places somewhat behind, or the hukou system discouraging people from moving their family roots to where they now live, but I think this is clutching on straws too.

        This time is not the first time I saw that comment on a Chinsmack story and I seriously doubt that whoever posted it thought of it themself, so I’m not going to comment on the wit or irony here. They’re just blaming the wrong institution and I think it’s stupid, if you don’t like it, then don’t go back home during Spring Festival. The state, despite releasing those nausiating guilt trip ads about neglecting old people recently, is not forcing anyone to go home that week.

        • Kai

          Ah, I see what you mean now. What you said about so many people traveling at the same time and scapegoating the government is fair.

          I personally think the issue is indeed an issue with so many people traveling at the same time but I also believe the government department could do better. even as I recognize the sheer logistical challenges involved.

          It would indeed be disingenuous if the commenter does not acknowledge these logistical challenges and simply thinks its all the government’s fault. Pretty sure he was just throwing out an old joke though, kinda like how foreigners throw around the 5000 years of civilization remark.

  • nickhz

    are any of you canadaian? honestly? you are entitled to your opinions but i bet none of you are canadaian or have lived in canada for any real amount of time.

    • loki

      only thing Canada has is stolen satellite signal from the U.S.

      • nickhz

        wow, so you have absolutely nothing to add to the discussion? good job pal

    • Brad pitt

      I am, unless you are into outdoors activities, Canada sucks. Cold, (wet 10 months of the year where I live), segregated population, shit nightlife/public transportation. Over priced, Huge homeless/drug addiction problems. It’s not without it’s merits but, all in all, there are much better places to be…

      • nickhz

        where do you live???? you know that it’s a huge country and you dont have to stay in whatever area you are in, right? that does not sound like canada to me. i have lived there off and on my whole life and have never seen 10 months of wet in a year. it has the higest standard of life. im really curious as to whre you live.

        • Brad pitt

          Vancouver, we are located in a rain forest… To be fair my rant on Canada was mostly about Vancouver as I have only traveled abroad and not to other Canadian cities… I really don’t think I would want to live anywhere with such extreme winters as Toronto though…

          • nickhz

            i understand that, a lot of people dont like snow and cold weather. i personally dont like it much either, but i dont find it all that bad. as an adult you are barely in it. driving becomes a problem but that’s it really. all im saying is that there are too many people on here who just spout nonsence, you havent travelled to other cities in canada? then maybe you should before you make a snap judgment. have a good day

          • Brad pitt

            The fact that I haven’t been to other Canadian cities just means there’s nothing interesting enough there to attract me… Why would anyone choose Canada over Australia? That’s a nice country!

          • wingedgenius

            That country is potentially life-threatening with almost all its native wildlife trying to kill you…

            Still pretty, though. :)

          • Edward_Crowley

            Either swimming in the sea, there are sharks or jellyfish, and on land, birds that can attack and snakes and other stuff. I’d take a colder country anyday and sleep at night without fear.

          • Brad pitt

            LOL… Not that many deaths from wild animals… Overhyped for sure, the majority of those animals are in the outback anyways.
            Did I just post a picture of Australia or Heaven? ;)

          • mr.wiener

            A tiny percentage of fatalities happen each year.

          • nickhz

            i agree that australia is a nice country, it’s great there. but nothing to offer in toronto? to each his own i guess… have a good day

          • Brad pitt

            Don’t take it too personally, It’s just that from Vancouver,for close to the same price as travelling to Toronto I could go to, LA , San Fran, New York , Las Vegas, Puerto vallarta… etc. As I said My comment that Canada “sucks” was wrong but when you have those choices, Toronto just doesn’t stand out.

  • Stefan Xu

    Can anyone beat me then?
    I rode hard seat from Harbin to Haikou on Hainan. 66 hours. 3 nights….

    • Boris_Da_Bengal_Tiger

      We feel sorry for you.

    • Middle_Kingdum

      Why??? Dear god, WHY????

    • Brad pitt

      Wow…. what was so enjoyable about that?

    • YourSupremeCommander

      The only way it would be enjoyable was if the hot girl sitting next to you was horny and wild.

    • Dr Sun

      ur d man

  • Jonny

    Here in America I wouldn’t dare fall asleep on public transportation, besides on planes.

  • FYIADragoon

    Feels good to be in the travel by plane crowd. Might have to deal with delays, but at least I don’t deal with this.

  • Peter Pottinger

    lol ok ok, I get it Canada is known as being dull, but its really nice here! People are so polite and our government actually seems to be able to balance itself between the needs of the corporations and the needs of the people.

  • KamikaziPilot

    Of course, don’t you?

  • James Zheng

    If I wake up to you taking my picture you can bet I will slap that phone out of your hand faster than you can say “I’ll delete the picture I’m sorry!”

  • Edward_Crowley
  • nickhz

    i have lived there my whole life with a few years here and there traveling, i live just outside of toronto…. you think there isnt good night life there… one of the clubs is ranked in the top 5 nightclubs in the world ….. above many of the great nightclubs in ibiza and the scandanavian countries you are so fond of. and yes it can be dull in certain places in canada…. it’s a huge country that is proud of its ability to be both hectic and very relaxing. and in montreal it is great, but have you been to the rest of quebec? it is just the same as the rest of the country… i think (and yes, it’s just my opinion) that this is what makes canada great. you can have anything you want, if you want amazing nightlife and some of the most amazing and multicultural people, you can. if you want a quiet existence where you can connect with nature you can… you have the option. you can live in B.C and go skiing during the morning and to the beach in the afternoon. surroundeed by mountains and people from all over the world who are there to have fun. sorry about the rant everyone. but i dont talk crap about countries i dont know enough about to talk crap about. just defending my land. enjoy your day

  • Markoff

    this is what happens when:
    1. majority of people have no paid vacation to choose when they actually want
    2. incredibly smart government choose for whole country to have bank holidays at same time and not divide it by provinces

  • Dr Sun

    Pretty much any western country is dull compared to Asia

    • Edward_Crowley

      Agreed. I was bored witless and thought my hometown in England “desolate” and a wasteland, not to mention drab and grey in comparison with China. On a sunday night nothing to do but watch TV or pray for death before another workweek commuting with everyone else in your metal coffin. The UK, not for me thanks!!!!

      • Zappa Frank

        if you think at another place of the same dimension or bigger in china is worse by far. I remember one year in a town like nantong, still around 1 milion people, but really, eccept KTV there was almost nothing, so much that most foreigners passed time drink achool… a city of 1 milion people in a western country is by far more exciting. Chinese may find cool KTV or play majong all night, but defenitely those are not towns if you want to have fun… the only things foreigners really liked was that apparently to find a girl was easy…

        • Edward_Crowley

          I do know nantong….jiangsu?

          • Zappa Frank

            yes, but just to say a town that is not shanghai, beijing, shenzhen, and so on.. i remember even in Chongqing, the “fun” was at a place called 88 or similar others that are smaller and by far worse than an afteroon culb for teenagers in my hometown that has just 150k people..

          • Edward_Crowley

            True. Agree with what you say of those bigger cities. My HOMETOWN is boring and dying a death, it may well never recover. More people unemployed THAN employed!

  • Edward_Crowley

    So you can take the soft sleeper or fly, right? No need to subject yourself to this….every foreigner can afford to fly in China.

    • Rick in China

      ‘can’ – yes – but if you’re going to go on a drunken adventure sometimes it’s fun to get dirty. I used to play a game with friends, get beers and hop on the first bus at nearest stop. When beers done, get off at next stop. Find more beers, repeat. After 5 or 6 hours, never know where you are – have ended up stumbling around places you’d *NEVER* know existed…like entire bricked off communities with fully little bricked off huts full of workers at midnight sewing shit and little brick shops selling more beers, and everyone staring like ‘wtf how did you find this place’. It’s fun. Find adventure. Do the same but with trains, and cases!

      • Edward_Crowley

        You are a very adventurous fellow, and good to see someone with that spirit. At 37, (I’m not in late teens/early twenties anymore) I can’t go at the beers and not suffer the next day, so trying to reign that in. I would wager you have too. How is the move out of the middle kingdom going hoss?

  • Brad pitt

    Ya, Vancouver’s old motto was “The best place on Earth” lol… But after a nights sleep i should say my comment that it “sucks” was a bit harsh, overrated may be the better word. Realistically It’s better than most places in the world but, when a place calls itself the “best place on Earth” “having the highest standard of living” etc… It’s hard not to compare it to world class cities, that in my opinion have a lot more going on. I imagine Toronto would be better than Vancouver though and have heard Montreal is great!

  • KaiXuan

    Travel during that time is an experience pictures just will not do any justice. That said, I am in no rush to do all that again.

  • Edward_Crowley

    32…still young. I’d wager you moved to China when 22 then, in which case FAR longer than me, and you got in early before it became the grovelling weasel hellhole it is now. Nothing personal, I just maintain the foreigners in Chengdu are aloof and sniffy, and it should not be that way, whether foreign teacher or businessman. Have a good weekend.

  • diverdude7

    how’s that massive population thing working out for ya then?

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  • Vernon Alarcon

    Everybody is so sleepy due to the toxic air pollution in China. Some of them will not wake up!

  • jianfei

    It’s amazing what sacrifices we make to see our families!

  • jianfei

    keep doing that and all the good people will stand and the asshole’s will be relaxing on our seats!!

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