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外国人评价中国张家界326米户外电梯

在张家界有一部世界上最高、载重量最大、运行速度最快的全暴露户外观光电梯–百龙观光电梯,该电梯由中英合资,耗费1.2亿人民币。近日有外国网友把电梯升降动图上传到reddit,看看大家是怎么评价的。

外国人评价中国张家界电梯

 

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reddit网友评论:

Mikey033 : I’ll just take the stairs, thank you very much. 我选择走楼梯,谢谢。
I_AM_GODDAMN_BATMAN : 350 m high can be done in an hour or so. 350米高可以在一个小时左右完成。
__audjobb__ : Holy hell 我的妈啊
mrgreentheengineer : It’s actually quicker to walk in high season, the line for the elevator can be up to 8 hours long 在高峰期步行更快,电梯的线路可以长达8小时。
jasonf_00 : Rode in this elevator this summer, video from inside looks slower, but I knew it was moving fast. 今年夏天坐过那个电梯,视频看起来慢了些,但我知道它升得很快。
phunkydroid : Nowhere near as fast as this gif though. Little over a minute in realtime. 尽管没有这张GIF快,但也不到一分钟的时间。
HumbleSite : What would happen if I jump right before this thing starts going down? Would I break my neck after impacting the ceiling? 如果我在电梯下降时往下跳,会发生什么?撞击天花板后,我会摔断脖子吗?
shlemazeltov : It looks pretty sped up 看起来很快。
mconheady : I rode it last October and it was foggy the whole way down. Didn’t feel a thing. 🙁 去年十月我坐过,全程都是雾蒙蒙的,一点感觉也没有
dick-nipples : If I didn’t know better I would’ve thought this was a video of a train from above. 如果我不知道的话,我会认为这是一张从上边开的火车的视频。
Ducman69 : Considering the construction quality of many of China’s projects, who knows, it may one day shoot out the top and transform into a high-speed land based train… one way ticket to the bottom.Heck on LL, you can see how often even regular elevators and escalators eat people. 考虑到中国许多项目的建设质量,谁知道呢,它总有一天会拔得头筹,变成高速陆基列车……一张通往底部的单程票。你可以看到普通电梯和自动扶梯经常吃人。
l2protoss : It’s ridiculous that this happens at all with elevators. Safest way to travel by miles travelled. Most elevator deaths in the US are people riding on top of the car while working on them.There are so many safeguards in modern elevators that passenger deaths should really never occur. 电梯发生这种情况真的很荒谬,这是最安全的旅行方式。 在美国,大多数死亡都是人们在驾驶汽车时。在现代电梯中有如此多的保障措施,真的永远不会发生乘客死亡事故。
G2geo94 : At least in the US, public buildings with elevators are required to have checks every year, and with those in place, they have to be safe or they’re shut down. Should be a statement in the elevator that shows its last inspection, with details either there with it, or at the reception/security desk or equivalent. 至少在美国,每年都要求有电梯的公共建筑进行检查,如果电梯到位,它们必须是安全的,否则就会被关闭。应该在电梯中写明最后一次检查情况,并附上详细信息,或者在接待处/保安处。
ph4mp573r : Most of China’s construction projects are actually very safe! Their infrastructure and major engineering projects are built to a high standard and rarely have major issues. Unfortunately they have a confluence of social and governmental issues that lead to a LOT of shoddy and unused construction which gives them a bad reputation.First, there’s corruption. It’s impossible to overstate the effects of corruption in China’s construction and planning industries. In order to get a project through you have to be related to somebody, and you have to make somebody’s relative some money. It’s all based in a Chinese concept known as Guanxi, which while not a problem on it’s own, provides a social structure and acceptance for endemic corruption. If your relative or business partner got your bridge approved, you may find yourself obligated to build twelve highrise buildings next to it, even if you can’t sell them. You might use your uncle’s bad batch of concrete to make him some money too.Secondly, 中国的大部分建设项目其实都很安全!他们的基础设施和主要工程项目都建在很高的标准,很少有重大问题。不幸的是,他们的社会和问题汇集在一起,导致大量劣质和未使用的建筑,这给他们带来了坏名声。首先,腐败。在中国的建筑和规划行业,不可能夸大腐败的影响。为了通过一个项目,你必须与某人相关,你必须给某人的亲戚一些钱。这一切都建立在一个叫做“关系”的中国概念之上,尽管它本身不是一个问题,但它为地方性腐败提供了社会结构和接受。如果你的亲戚或商业伙伴批准了你的桥梁,你可能会发现自己有义务在它旁边建造十二座高层建筑,即使你不能卖掉它们。你也可以用你叔叔的劣质混凝土给他一些钱。

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