I had never heard of Sana before or had really any idea what life is like in Yemen, this was very interesting.
That said, I could go on a huge rant about how frustrating it is that nobody* in the US moves through public spaces this way, either on foot or driving.
Watching Fouad teaches me how to move through public spaces. You never stop to let people through; you just adjust your pace and path to squeeze by as necessary. People in tight spaces will flow like a liquid, and it turns out that if everyone presses forward, the system works.
The only way to screw up is by being unpredictable in your movements, or trying to apologize. People who need to get through more urgently will yell or honk as they're coming up behind you. Tomorrow I'll learn that this system applies also to driving
yes. so much this. everyone please do it this way.
*except skaters and maybe half the cyclists out there