Among the many strategies that urban management officials in China have deployed to tackle jaywalking, this perhaps has been the most cost-effective and successful one.
Twenty-one-year-old Leah, a British national, recently volunteered to work with officials in Zhuzhou city in Hunan Province.
Her first task was to help manage the traffic. And it seems that in a rather short period of time, it became clear that Leah was a natural.
Surprised at seeing a foreigner dressed as an urban management official, most people not only obeyed the rules but also stopped to exchange pleasantries.
#China’s first and only Grand Slam winner #LiNa announced on Friday that she will be #retiring from international tennis.
The 32-year-old made the announcement in an open letter posted on her Sina Weibo account. A formal press conference is expected to be held on Sunday.
Li, who is ranked number 6 in the world, is currently in Munich receiving treatment for a knee injury. Over the past few days, there has been much speculation about her future.
All the rumors, however, came to an end with Li’s letter.