How would you transport a wheelbarrow?
There are some things I am not accustomed to seeing like a handcart (wheelbarrow) strapped on the back of a motorcycle. Note the hand poles. They are hard to see, because they are painted brown. They are sticking out.
In fairness, I have seen oversized loads like piping and construction supplies sticking out of trucks in the back in America, but normally they are secured length-wise with straps and an identifiable caution flag. This cart was strapped down width-wise with no flag. It seemed like an accident waiting to happen.
I understand that villagers make do with what they have. I just hope he didn’t have a long way to travel.
Once I saw a man carrying a 10-foot ladder balanced in his hand while riding a motorcycle. He was riding in the city. I wasn’t quick enough to snap the photo. You will frequently see dump trucks filled to the brim with gravel and sand. A little jostle or bump often sends the truck’s loose contents onto the road. Trailing vehicles beware!
China is just a different country with a different set of traffic rules. Most drivers consider themselves to be careful drivers. Most motorcyclists wear no helmets. One thing is for certain. There is never a dull moment on Chinese roads.