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現用的鐵軌只能給火車用嗎?
菜市場一定要是在一般的平地上嗎?
鐵軌除了在那癡癡的等待火車來,沒火車的時候不都空在那浪費著?
那菜市場搬到鐵軌上會怎麼樣?我說著是現用的鐵軌,可不是什麼廢棄的鐵軌。
也許不怎麼樣。但是如果那是唯一可以用的空地,能不能找出個辦法?
這時,挑戰的就是你的創意,能不能適應這困境,調整原來的做事方式,創造出新的模式。
有人說,沒有條件限制的時後,人是不容易有創意的。有時候越多限制,越多困難,反而激發人的創意。
接下來的影片,是個恰好的示範。在有條件的環境中,找出新的方式來適應這原本不完美的狀況。曼谷的這個的菜市場就是建立在鐵軌上,在影片中你可看到火車經過時,食物都還在火車身下呢!火車走了,菜市場又恢復原樣了。
多麼有趣的創意市集?!你是否也想親身走一回?

Are train tracks only there for trains to use?
Can markets only be built in open spaces?
If we move the market to the train tracks – I mean one that is still active – what will it look like?
Maybe that is not a fantastic idea, yet if that is the only option you have, what will you do?
It’s time to challenge your creativity, to see if you could adjust the way you usually do things to face the situation, further create a brand new model or solution.
Someone said that people are not that creative with total freedom. On the contrary, some restrictions and difficulties motivate people to come up with more creative ideas.
The following video shows the amazing Maeklong Market – on the train tracks in Bangkok. The train moves through and over the market 4 times a day! You could still see the food under the train while the train go past. And the markets returns to normal seconds after the train passes.
What an adaptive creativity!! What a fun market!!

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