Some police stations in China use geese instead of guard dogs to keep watch at night. Geese are very territorial and have better vision than humans.
Ma Yu Ching’s Bucket Chicken House in Kaifeng, China is considered the world’s oldest operating restaurant, first opening in 1153 AD during the Jing Dynasty.
China’s population grows at a rate of 23,000 people per day.
As recently as 2009, China had elementary schools entirely sponsored by big tobacco. One in Sichuan had a message at the front gate that said “Tobacco can help you become an achiever”.
A Chinese Billionaire is selling canned air in China to highlight the country’s pollution problems. The air is collected and compressed in soda cans from “revolutionary regions” around the country.
Breathing the air in Beijing has the same health risks as smoking 21 cigarettes a day.
There are fake Harry Potter books written and distributed in China, masquerading as additional works of J.K. Rowling. They shamelessly rip off other authors’ work in tandem with hers, with amazing titles like “Harry Potter and the Leopard Walk-Up-To Dragon” and “Harry Potter and the Big Funnel.”
Every spring in Dongyang, China, eggs are boiled in the urine of young boys and sold as a delicacy said to “taste like spring”.
A museum in Hebei Provence, China, was shut down earlier this year after the majority of its 40,000 artifacts/antiques were discovered to be fakes.
China tried to build a city that was a replica of Paris, right down to the replica Eiffel Tower, but it’s now a ghost town.
29% of San Francisco’s air pollution comes from China.
There is a counterfeit egg industry in China, and one person can make approximately 1500 of them per day.