An Asian couple standing at a pedestrian crossing sharing a joke. It was quite interesting how they have chosen to talk in a middle of a very busy intersection where people were going all around them all the time. Yet, they kept talking and laughing as if there was no one around them.
I am yet to learn a lot about human behaviours. Here a couple of young women talk in front of the Sydney Town Hall. One of them is touching the knees of the other one. In the background an Asian woman is looking at them very critically, as if with disapproval. Yet, in her own culture it is common for young girls to walk holding hands. What makes one behaviour acceptable and not the other one?