For a little background on this 5-day series of posts see: http://www.brsolutions.com/2013/07/08/a-week-of-silly-signs-rules-from-china-day-1-whats-that-motivation/5.1 [As beautiful environment is on all of us, please omnivorously put the waste in the garbage can.] … If you think about it long enough it sorta begins to make sense.
5.2 [Clean environment and civilized behavior co-create the beautiful scenery] … That’s really a deep thought – I like it!
5.3 [The scenic spot becomes more beautiful with your civilized behavior.] … Another deep thought – Good one!
5.4 Civilized behavior of tourists is another bright scenery.] … Maybe because it’s so rare?
5.5 [Don’t tread on the grass as they also have a life.] … Indeed, and yet another deep thought!
5.6 [Only in the sun of civilization can trees maintain evergreen.] … I think this one takes things a step too far.
5.7 [As the fashion color in modern society, Green color is dignified and profound, symbolizing stable and firm career; besides, it is gentle, harmonious and beautiful, implying that family is full of happiness, wish precious jade to walk with you!] … This explains why green is my favorite color … and yes, I bought some so it did walk [out] with me.
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