10 Things About China That Will Leave You Dumbfounded!
Chinese kids wear a sort of clothing called split pants that helps kids poop easily. It's quite common to see Chinese mothers holding a child, split pants downwards over a public trashcan. Quite a sight that would make huh?
#9 Forget police dogs, the Chinese police have geese instead!
Chinese authorities state that geese have great vision as well as are pretty aggressive, making them a popular alternative for guard dogs.
#8 Virginity Reborn
Chinese women spend an insane amount of money on an equally insane surgery to restore their virginity before their wedding night. It's basically a trend over there!
#7 Pajamas- The latest trend in China
People in Shangai wear PJ's to lunch and markets. Who knew huh?
#6 Soccer originated in China!
It's said that China is the birthplace of one of most popular sports in the world- soccer. In China, a game called Cuju which literally translates to 'kick the ball with foot' was a pretty popular game back in the Han Dynasty(206 BC-220 AD). The game spread to China's neighboring countries like Vietnam, Korea and Japan, evolving to become what we know today as Soccer.
#5 Chinese children are being named after Olympic games!
It's quite common in China for children to be named after popular events and slogans. Over 4000 kids have been named as Aoyun, meaning "Olympic Games."
#4 Urine Eggs are a popular delicacy in China!
Eggs are boiled for an entire day in the urine of boys under the age of ten. It's done so because traditional Chinese medicine says it's got many health benefits such as better blood circulation.
#3 Everyone in China goes on vacation at the same time!
Chinese New Year is a popular time of the year when its estimated that over 3.7 million Chinese people are traveling.
#2 China has an interesting way to avoid traffic...
It has a service where when you are stuck in traffic, a motorcycle is sent to pick you up and take you to your destination. It also sends someone to wait in the car for you!
#1 Nail Houses
In China, people are not forced from their homes even in the wake of new construction. Builders are forced to build around the houses of residents who refuse to leave instead.
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