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PETER ROST: PHARMA MARKETING EXPERT WITNESS. AWP, MEDICAL DEVICE EXPERT.

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In a Chinese village children are forced to cross a raging torrent on a steel cable to get to school. Nearly 500 children, from the Maji village, cross the the Nujiang River each day. The children fasten themselves to the cable with a metal carabiner and a rope and slide across the 200 yard wide canyon. The villagers say that usually four-year-old children are taken by their parents, and begin to go by themselves from the age of five.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Er, 'Doctor'? I earnestly hope you're not currently working as a diagnostician...not with *your* impaired powers of observation.

Please explain to your audience how the intrepid Chinese children are supposed to slide back UP hill, to regain their homes after school?

How quickly and completely we accept what the Tube feeds us.....

9/19/2007  
Blogger Peter Rost said...

Uh, British television actually covered this, they pull the kids back with a rope which is attached to the wheel. Duh.

9/19/2007  
Blogger Peter Rost said...

Or, they use a second wire going down in the other direction . . . any more suggstions?

:)

9/20/2007  

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