LOOK: Taiwan bus includes Tagalog signage for Filipinos asking them to be quiet while riding

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It seems that the foreigners have already noticed some traits of the Filipinos.

In Taiwan, bus owners put signage in his vehicle to warn the Filipinos not to be noisy while riding.

“Pakisuyo: Huwag Maingay!” the signage reads.

The signage became viral because it was exclusively made for Filipinos riding their buses every day.

According to the uploader of the photo Ariel Abalos, the bus is one of the public transportation vehicle located in Zhongli, Taiwan.

The signage was made to warn Filipinos in Taiwan to be considerate of other people who wanted some peace of mind while riding their bus.

It’s already been known that Filipinos love to talk even when they’re riding public transport and it’s just normal in the Philippines.

However, according to blogger RJ “Thinking Pinoy” Nieto, some foreigners are not used to hear noisy people in public transportation.

“Sa Singapore buses, sa mga tren sa Dubai, sa mga kalye sa San Francisco, sa mga tram sa Rome, napansin ko talaga na maiingay tayo. Yes, maaingay talaga tayo my gahd. Kahit nga yung ilan sa mga malapit kong kaibigan sa Singapore, napagsasabihan ko minsan kasi kahit dadalawa lang kami sa sala e ang lakas-lakas ng boses pag nagsasalita,” Nieto said.

“If anything, kailangan lang siguro na bawat gawin natin e isipin muna natin kung magiging sagabal tayo sa iba, para dumating yung araw na hindi na kakailanganin ang mga signage na ganito,” he added.

Some OFWs also agree with Nieto’s thoughts.

“True nman yan kung minsan mga local d2 sa Singapore nagcocomplain sa loob ng bus, para kasing nagtitinda ng bangus ang mga kabayan ko, kung minsan ako na ang nahiya kahit magkatabi yong nag uusap ang lakas ng boses akala mo nasa kabilang kanto ang kausap,” netizen Nelia Leal said.

“I definitely agree!  let’s be cautious and be conscious of our surroundings,” Ankie Panky remarked.

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