- 页码：第95页 2013-02-04 17:03:01
I think this is universal, rather than "Chinese crowds"Chinese crowds behave in unpredicable ways, especially in remote places like Yanchi. There isn't much to do, and even a minor incident in the street draws attention. Most onlookers are passive, at least in the beginning - they simply want to see what's happening. But as more people show up, and the crowd swells, it can develop its own momentum. They might encourage a disagreement to develop into a full-fledged fight, or they might turn suddently against an individual. The final direction is never easy to anticipate, because it depends largely on whether some dominant personality emerges within the group. A single outspoken person can sway an entire incident, inspiring the crowd to action.
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