Forks were used in China before the invention of chopsticks.
The world’s largest mall in the world, New South China Mall, has remained 99% Vacant since it was opened in 2005.
The cost of a tourist visa for China is $130 for Americans and $30 for the rest of the world.
In Beijing there was a Traffic Jam that lasted over 9 days.
The oldest school in the world, founded between 143 and 141 BC in China is still in use today.
U.S. bridges and roads are being built by Chinese firms not American because it’s “faster and cheaper”.
A former Chinese gymnast, Zhang Shangwu, sold his two Olympic gold medals for £10 in order to buy food.
Chinese companies hire white people to give the impression they are “international”.
There’s a village in China where people have blonde hair and fair eyes, and it is believed that a lost Roman Legion might have settled in the village.
An estimated 10,000 cats are eaten per day in China’s Guangdong province.