Those of us from the States experience extreme crowding only at athletic events or rock concerts. The shot below was taken in Bangkok’s Chinatown, on a Saturday afternoon. There were probably two hundred thousand people in the markets, which occupy about a half a square mile. Routinely, someone would drive a motorcycle through the crowd. There is a beggar who I’ve seen twice during my visits, who crawls on his stomach through the crowd, pushing a tin cup in front of him. If you ever thought you might have an anxiety attack and simply lose consciousness in a seemingly endless crowd, this is the place to find out.