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    [–] Blackpink - Blackpink House (Teaser) xavier_x007x 7 points ago in kpop

    is this the same series as key's know how? or made by the same crew? bc the logos look very similar

    [–] Jonghyun’s Longtime Radio Show “Blue Night” To Hold A Memorial Broadcast xavier_x007x 15 points ago in kpop

    sorry to ride this comment, but does anyone have a (more or less) complete collection of this show subbed in either english or chinese? i had listened to a couple before when more famous idols attended and there were fangroups who provided subs very quickly, but i would really like to find some more...

    [–] Lamp that look like a book! xavier_x007x 5 points ago in Damnthatsinteresting

    My dad got me one of this as a present a while ago, it's a good night light but not really bright enough to read or write under

    [–] Nanking (2007) - A powerful documentary about a massacre of up to 300,000 civilians by the Japanese army that began 80 years ago today xavier_x007x 3 points ago in Documentaries

    Yes! He portrays a key figure in the incident, one of several foreigners who came together to try and protect Chinese civillians against the Japanese troops. This documentary is narrated by many different actors narrating the course of the incident by reading excerpts from journals or other resources that these people had left behind.

    [–] Nanking (2007) - A powerful documentary about a massacre of up to 300,000 civilians by the Japanese army that began 80 years ago today xavier_x007x 1 points ago in Documentaries

    This is an HD mirror. The Nanking Massacre occurred over a period of more than 40 days, beginning on December 13th, 1937. It is an incident that many Chinese people still speak about today, but there does not seem to be as much awareness here in the west. Just thought it would be appropriate to share this documentary on the incident's 80th anniversary.

    [–] Has anyone tried using one of these yet? xavier_x007x 1 points ago in london

    The entire point of these bikes is to be dock-less, and thus be more convenient to access, at least theoretically. But yes, I definitely do agree that they should have put more thought into monitoring and managing their usages before launching anywhere.

    [–] Has anyone tried using one of these yet? xavier_x007x 2 points ago in london

    My hometown is a small city in Guangdong, but I stayed in Shanghai for a month this Summer and there were many different companies offering bikes! I remember ofo being the first to launch...? And ofo and Mobike seem to be doing the best after all this time.

    [–] Has anyone tried using one of these yet? xavier_x007x 2 points ago in london

    I had the impression that they were quite slow when I tried them back in China too! I haven't tried any of the Santander bikes though so I couldn't compare them. The height thing is probably because they were designed initially for Chinese people (who are smaller on average), but I would have thought that they included some modifications before launching them here. Shame.

    [–] Has anyone tried using one of these? xavier_x007x 3 points ago in CasualUK

    Really neat video! :) How did you find Mobikes in terms of comfort compared to other sharable bikes? I don't bike that often so I haven't been able to tell haha, but would be interested in finding out.

    [–] Has anyone tried using one of these yet? xavier_x007x 1 points ago in london

    Yeah I totally agree that it sounds really cool in theory, they just need to find a way to monitor their usage better :/ Although they don't charge that much (50p per 30 min) so I'm curious about whether the rental fees alone are enough for them to profit...

    [–] Has anyone tried using one of these yet? xavier_x007x 13 points ago in london

    HAhahaha that's pretty funny to me because when people first started misusing them in China, lots of Chinese people commented saying that "China isn't civilised enough for these kind of things yet" and "bet this wouldn't happen in the West." Maybe there are just irresponsible people everywhere unfortunately...

    [–] Has anyone tried using one of these yet? xavier_x007x 1 points ago in london

    iirc Mobike had only been launched in Ealing and then more recently in Islington, probably just testing the waters first. Not sure about ofo though...

    [–] Has anyone tried using one of these? xavier_x007x 4 points ago in CasualUK

    Honestly I think the point of these is to be able to leave them as well as to access them in any reasonable public space, as opposed to their docked counterparts. But yeah back in my hometown in China you'd always find some parked in the middle of the road or blocking some private entrance... I wish there could be a way to properly manage their usage :/

    [–] Has anyone tried using one of these yet? xavier_x007x 7 points ago in london

    I think they very recently dispatched a new batch of these in Islington, I saw these near Farringdon. And damn, pretty sure Mobike and ofo actually has a regulation forbidding children under a certain age to use these actually :/

    [–] Has anyone tried using one of these? xavier_x007x 2 points ago in CasualUK

    I'm Chinese, and I've seen ofo and Mobike launch and flourish in my hometown, and I've been finding more of them in London. Just curious how people are finding them here, because back home people definitely found them convenient at first, but then came the few people who would vandalise these bikes or attempt to privatise a bike as their own. Also, I'm assuming due to poor management on the company's behalf as well as from the city, people started to park them literally anywhere and it became quite messy :/

    [–] Has anyone tried using one of these yet? xavier_x007x 8 points ago in london

    I'm Chinese, and I've witnessed ofo and Mobike launch and flourish in my hometown, and I've been seeing more of them in London. Just curious how people are finding them here, because back home people definitely found them convenient at first, but then came the few people who would vandalise these bikes or attempt to privatise a bike as their own. Also, I'm assuming due to poor management on the company's behalf as well as from the city, people started to park them literally anywhere and it became quite messy :/