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Chinese Traffic Police Dance for Traffic Safety Awareness Day

Chinese traffic police from the city of Huizhou release a dance video on December 2nd to promote traffic safety awareness.

Chinese traffic police from the city of Huizhou release a dance video on December 2nd to promote traffic safety awareness.

Over 1.7m views and 20k upvotes since it was uploaded the day before…

From Youku:

The Hottest Traffic Safety Dance — “Bar Bar Bar”

2013 December 2 is the second “12.2 National Traffic Safety Day” and so this video is dedicated to everyone on the public roads. May everyone on the public roads carry the happiness of a family, and hope everyone enjoying this entertainment will pay attention to traffic safety, forsake bad traffic habits, go on the roads safely and civilly, because we are on the roads…

Chinese traffic police from the city of Huizhou release a dance video on December 2nd to promote traffic safety awareness.

Comments from Youku:

恋香蚊子:

Hope they are this cute when enforcing the law.

f5262536:

Although the dancing is hard to look at, I still commend it. Hope police can be more in touch with the people in the future.

sheep790702:

Hehe, it’s just that one of the male compatriots dances like a sissy… not bad!

luopinger:

Not bad! Looks like the influence of Korean music on our countrymen isn’t small.

日子好好过:

I got goosebumps all over!

名字真心难qu:

Our countrymen aren’t good at dancing, but their spirit is commendable.

ttyoun:

Ke ke ke

死草棒子:

If there were only this cute when on duty. 搞笑

网警00001:

My comrade in arms, ding 赞

特拉蒙特:

Every time I go to Huizhou, there are different kinds of violation traps… Those who have been [fined] in Huizhou, click upvote.

一个人很赞:

Not bad, to see this kind of video shows that the Heavenly Kingdom is improving!

A小飞:

The motorcycles aren’t bad.

Chinese traffic police on police motorcycles from the city of Huizhou release a dance video on December 2nd to promote traffic safety awareness.

石一炮:

I don’t get it. When our countrymen are striving for improvement, is it impossible to not copy the things of little devils? Can we not produce fewer shanzhai stuff?

amingchen: (responding to above)

First of all, good things know no country boundaries. Even if it is Japan, their business management models are still better than those domestically at present.

岛城小嫚:

After firefighters [see below], now traffic police are dancing, who will be next?

晚餐后老去: (responding to above)

I bet it’ll be chengguan and their steelyard balance dance [referring to a recent infamous incident where city management personnel beat a street peddler with his own steelyard balance].

高脚杯白开水:

Although it is suspiciously imitative, this sort of publicity/propaganda isn’t bad, and very effective!

105锭检:

Chinese police?? Hehe.

傲视无尘: (responding to above)

Chinese netizens? Hehe.

鲁宾斯基:

If they’re so merry, can they cut back on the violent law enforcement?

天王鹏哥: (responding to above)

These are traffic police, it’s not like they are chengguan.

你去死大头宝:

Isn’t this imitating the “cutest firefighters dance” from a while ago [see below]?

xiedongqi:

A bunch of stupid cunts.

漫步云端の风:

Although I don’t know bangzi stuff, to be honest, this wasn’t bad.

yyqroom:

I feel this form [of public education] is good, it can subtly help correct bad traffic habits, and the video is also quite creative. An upvote from me. Continue to jia you [work hard, improve].

Two female Chinese traffic police officers stop a motorscooter rider on the street to remind him to wear a helmet, in a music dance video released on December 2nd to promote traffic safety awareness.

2 Chinese traffic police officers rap in a music dance video released on December 2nd to promote traffic safety awareness.

Firefighters in Qinghuangdao, Hebei province previously did a similar dance video for the November 9th Firefighting Day…

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