The rickshaw has departed
from the streets of Shantung. In its place came the pedicaba rickshaw
with a bicycle attachment. In order that this "improved" form
of rickshaw transit shall in every way be superior to the old, the
pedicab company has provided that the driver must bathe regularly,
must not eat garlic, must wear a uniform.
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