Though the list is intended for Unicode technical discussion,
> From email@example.com Thu Aug 14 12:36 PDT 1997
> From: Frank da Cruz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: UTF-8, ISO C Am.1, and POSIX
> > only one where they all chose the SAME solution. This single
> > example is traffic lights -- in all places I've ever visited,
> > red means stop and green means go.
> Let me be the first to say that, reportedly, in China 20 years ago,
> and maybe still, red means go and green means stop :-)
I was born and lived in China for more than 20 years, and I have never
heard such a thing.
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