I’m not denying that any of these are problems. But these loaded topics go out of their way to paint Taiwan as if other countries do not experience their own similar yet different problems.
I did not say that.
But selfish thinking is a worldwide epidemic in a variety of situations all over society. This is the issue. We paint Taiwan as a place where the problems only exist here. We paint our countries as infalliable for having the same or similar problems.
Is a topic solely about listing scooter collisions that happen in Taiwan REALLY necessary?
Should I open a topic about the daily collisions that happen in Canada? Point to people who crashed and say ‘look! Look! Look at the Canadians! They crashed! Those Canadians have so many problems that we need to nitpick about. Canadians can’t anticipate Winter driving in November, how undeveloped, look at Toronto grind to a halt in collisions when it snows, how can they not anticipate it? How undeveloped, lingering third worldism etc…’
Almost ANY problem here. I can find a Canadian equivalent. I maybe see one collision every few months. Anecdotally, the same as when I was in Canada. I saw one yesterday morning. I didn’t say anything about it because it’s a collision. Whooo Carrress… The fact that people start a topic to list off collisions that happen here is either trying to paint Taiwan in an unnecessarily bad light or has morbid curiosity. We see a collision. Then what? We gonna help them or just take a photo to post here saying how bad everything is?
Taiwan’s not special. We just want to treat it like a zoo.