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Dalian mounted police should be unsaddled: retired officer (2)

(China Daily)

08:10, May 28, 2013

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Ny at 2013-05-2965.95.222.*
I don't see problems with the mounted police force.Many countries have such force.The mounted police can be seen at some distance away, thus projecting order over a wider area than a bare-foot or cycling police.
shoe at 2013-05-28108.0.31.*
The Dalian mounted Police on horse look very ugly, unrealistic to China"s image, unpractical, expensive, ineffective, copying of failed western idea and can never blend well with the China"s dream. I am Chinese. I not only dislike but feeling ashamed of looking at it. No foreign visitor would like it or visit Dalian for that stupid unreal image. The retired officer is correct and I support his conclusion.

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