The traffic in Shanghai was described to the U.S. team as “bumper cars at the birthday party of a seven-year-old” and that is about as good a description as you will get. Apparently, there are about 800 traffic accidents a day in Shanghai and the U.S. players and staff were told to proceed with caution when on the streets. You know that “pedestrian has the right of way” thing in California? That doesn’t fly in Shangahi. Words to the wise, when crossing streets, look both ways and move fast!