Buses offer private space for breast feeding
More cities in China have started creating private spaces on public buses for breast feeding.
Pingxiang in East China’s Jiangxi province has become the latest to adopt the idea. The seats are near the door and have pink curtains that mothers can draw around them for privacy.
Other passengers could open the curtain and take the seat when there are no breast-feeding mothers onboard. When mothers carrying babies get on these buses, drivers remind them to take the special seats.
Some other cities had set up the special seats on buses in past years.