Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Week 17

Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Week 17 — please click the link to see detail of this challenge.

Once when I visited a park in Taiwan (I can still see the place I took the picture, but I don’t have the name for the park), I was quite surprised to see this sign posted inside of the woman’s restroom. (The sign said: Anti-Sexual Harassment. It may be too small for you to read it.) For one, sexual harassment wasn’t something we would talk about when I was still living there. Also, most of the signs, like the non-smoking sign above, don’t have English words in it. And this was the only time I saw a “Anti-Sexual Harassment” sign in a restroom. It was odd enough to catch my attention.

Signs in woman's restroom

Signs in woman’s restroom

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A retired computer programmer who loves writing and photographing, and has managed to publish a YA novel "Jin-Ling’s Two Left".
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13 Responses to Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Week 17

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Would have caught my attention to. Great entry. 🙂

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  2. I’ve never seen anything like that, Helen. Well-spotted.

    janet

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  5. rangewriter says:

    That’s an odd one all right! Bathrooms often accumulate interesting prose.

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    • Helen C says:

      Thanks, Linda. The first time I went back to Taiwan was 30 years after I came here. I had culture shock 😉 It was a quite interesting trip.

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      • rangewriter says:

        Did you grow up in Taiwan? I can imagine that it would have really changed in 30 years. Most places do and returning home is usually a bittersweet event. But I can imagine that the political changes in Taiwan would have accelerated cultural change.

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        • Helen C says:

          Good morning, Linda. Yes, I grew up in Taiwan. I came to U.S. after graduating from college. I think the first shocking came from how the city has expanded to what used to be country side. I couldn’t recognize it anymore. Where was the farm land, the empty space… It was like visiting a place I had never been and it was crowded place… 😉

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