Day 39 in Beijing: Clean Up, Clean Up, Everybody, Everywhere!

Clean Up, Clean Up, Everybody, Everywhere!

 

People are cleaning up Beijing at a non-stop pace.

Everywhere I turn, there is someone cleaning up and making Beijing look more pretty.

About 2-3 times a week people clean up the lobby of my apartment complex by sweeping, dusting and whatever else it takes.

Mind you, this is not a upscale or expatriate district.  It is primarily Chinese Nationals that live here.

When I go to work, there are people cleaning up there constantly.

Beijing gets dirty since there are so many cars, trucks, trains, people, and constant construction.

I’m glad that so many people are cleaning.

It also keeps employment high and allows people to have a certain life style.

 

Using a rag to clean the handrail.  She just holds it there and the handrail passes underneath.

Using a rag to clean the handrail. She just holds it there and the handrail passes underneath.

As I hopped off the subway this morning, I noticed this lady cleaning the moving handrail as people rode the escalator.

 

Maybe this is ordinary but I didn’t see people cleaning up at BART, the local subway in the San Francisco Bay Area, when I lived there.

 

So, next time you are going to ride the subway.

 

Just remember,

someone,

somewhere,

Will be singing,

 

Clean Up, Clean Up, Everybody, Everywhere!

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