In my ongoing bid for the world title of Understatement of the Year, I will humbly say that China Has A Lot Of People. And having a lot of people tends to mean that there are a lot of cars. And a lot of cars means a lot of traffic. So much so that in Beijing, the average car doesn't move faster than 7.5 MPH.
My brain is beginning to melt just trying to imagine how heinous that commute must be every single day. Hours upon hours, sitting in your knockoff Escalade, staring at the drudgery of the gray plastic that surrounds you while the drudgery of the gray traffic in front stares right back at you. If only you had some sort of big truck with big tires you could use to surmount the endless acres of steel before you, but you don't, because your car is called a Victory Jinchi JX1.