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.
Back in ancient China they used mannequins to lure the enemies to shoot arrows at, and that they would later pull them down and get a free supply of arrows.
The women of 15th Century China created a written language, Nushu, which existed entirely in secret for centuries being used only by females barred from education.
Chinese currency was once coins shaped like knives.
The Chinese are generally credited for creating the first ice creams, possibly as early as 3000 BC.