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/2.1 No musical instruments allowed in this parking garage.
2.2 [Foul Weather – Slow Down] … A place with perpetually bad weather I suppose??
2.3 [No Burning (right in front of a building)] … Did not realize a sign was really needed for that?!
2.4 [Be Safe] … Just a little light on detail there?
2.5 [Climbing and fishing are prohibited at the long corridor along the river. It’s dangerous with the electricity. The people who violate those shall undertake the responsibility by himself/herself.] … This river must have a very strong current …
2.6 [Thanks Mom & Dad] … Graffiti on the Great Wall to really make your parents really proud.
2.7 [Hall of Mental Cultivation] … Definitely the place to be for the fungus-minded among us.
2.8 [ETC] … I believe every set of toll booths should have an etc. lane.
2.9 [No Where] … Where you can always pretty much get a good table.
2.10 [Mind Your Head!] … No unminded heads please!
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