Very funny! They should have just put up a sign showing what you can do...
Haha! Hilarious. No taxis allowed!
Thanks for your comments Mathew and Andrew, I am surprised you were allowed to take a photo of the sign.
Too bad, it does seem like a prime location for a campfire, doens't it?
Very funny, didn't see this one in Beijing but I have a whole series of funny signs in China (not on Panoramio though). My favourite was near the underground palace about an hour from Beijing on a patch of bare earth : "Luxuriant grassland - please don't trample."
The chinese have not quite grasped the grammer right, I have shots of signs that say, "caution falling into water" and "visitor stops walking" at the edge of a cliff, very funny
a suggestion for the title it: to make all it is impossible. greetings from Italia. enzo
Warren Dowling nice photo, I greet, Anna
they had not forbidden to photograph ahahahahah... good eye!
Well its close to the forbidden palace.....
Very good social photograph. Really, they are changing slowly, aren´t they?
Congratulations and greetings fromo Donostia. Iñigo.
Yeah, a ittle bit too slow for some, but getting there, thanks for the visit Donostia
What I wonder is whether only cornets are forbidden. Can you play any other instruments?
It took me a while to figure out what that cornet thing meant, i think it means no using the horn on your car!!!!!!!
I'm sure you're right. :) But it looks just like "no playing the cornet" to me!
Can I do something here ??? :)
No Eric you can do nothing here... move along now, nothing to see!
Why we say "Forbidden city"?It is a good example.
Fortunately it appears that photography is allowed (but don't tell them or they'll make a bigger sign... ;)) Regards, Paul
I had a rye smile when I found this one again, Warren. I remembered been amused by it So, I have to give it a Y.Star! Alan.
Cheers Alan, the Chinese love their rules.
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