Young driver in Central China decorates public bus with animation items
Published: Apr 17, 2024 06:37 PM
Public bus with animation items Photo: screenshot from Chinese media outlet

Public bus with animation items Photo: screenshot from Chinese media outlet

A young driver in Central China has transformed a public bus into a two-dimensional wonderland. Would you like to take a ride in this unique "itasha" bus?

Recently, a netizen posted about a "2D bus" in Yichang city, Central China's Hubei Province, covered in popular anime stickers and adorned with figures and decorations from shows like Naruto, Hatsune Miku, Jujutsu Kaisen, Neon Genesis Evangelion, according to Chinese media outlet Guangzhou Daily.

This creative project was the brainchild of driver Liu Huifang, a young lady born in 1998 and a passionate anime fan. Wanting to bring a smile to passengers' faces and add some joy to her work, she decided to decorate the bus with her favorite items.

Netizens praised the young driver as "someone who truly loves life." Some expressed their desire to ride on this special bus.

Inspired by this news, Guangzhou Daily recently conducted a poll on Chinese social media platform Sina Weibo asking about the style of netizens' workspaces. 

A total of 40 netizens said they didn't have a workspace, 62 said theirs were bare and they are ready to quit at any moment, 45 said they had simply tidied up their workspace, and less than 20 said their workspace was either furnished with plants and flowers or adorned with their favorite items. Of course, there were also two people who said they were fans of idols and had idol merchandise on their workspace.

Global Times