Saturday, 3 September 2011

曬衣架


曬衣架 = saai yi ga: outdoor clothes drying rack

Due to densely-packed living quarters, it's perhaps not surprising that estate residents sometimes use street furniture as a washing-line (I do always hope they've wiped the railings down first).


This is actually not allowed, with signs in parks and other public spaces reminding the public: no clothes drying.  An enterprising individual has therefore found the perfect spot to advertise this home clothes drying system.



Local authorities threatening to remove your illegally-hung laundry? Just call the number.


What your apartment's washing line may look like.

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2 comments:

  1. Hahaha! You've got to love that enterprising spirit.

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  2. absolutely! Please note he's chained his merchandise to the railings too.

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