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WEIRD FACTS ABOUT CHINA Date: 09/23/2014   Views: 0

To train soldiers to keep their chins up, a pin is precariously hanging in the collars of their uniforms.
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The Republic of China Military Police teach their men the proper height to raise their arms while marching using wires attached to poles.
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Shanghai, China holds the record for the longest traffic jam, stretching over 62 miles and lasting 12 days.
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Every year four million cats are eaten in China. (not cool, China).
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Playstations are illegal in China. weird-facts-about-China

In 1973, China proposed to give the U.S 10 million Chinese women to boost our population. Uhh, thanks? weird-facts-about-China

The health effects of breathing the air in Beijing is equal to smoking 21 cigarettes a day. weird-facts-about-China

Some Chinese food companies were caught making tofu out of sewage and marinating meat in goat urine. weird-facts-about-China

China’s air pollution is so bad that it travels across the Pacific to San Francisco, contributing to almost a third of the city’s pollution. weird-facts-about-China

30,000,000 people in China live in cave homes, called yaodongs. There are more yaodong dwellers than the population of Australia. weird-facts-about-China

Every year in China, nearly a million girls are aborted and tens of thousands of girl babies are also abandoned because of the country’s one-child policy. weird-facts-about-China

Chinese police increasingly use geese instead of police dogs because of their aggressiveness and superior vision. weird-facts-about-China

Google offers free legal download of music in China in partnership with the largest record labels in the world. weird-facts-about-China

Eggs boiled in the urine of young virgin boys is a delicacy in Dongyang, China. weird-facts-about-China

Women in China can pay $700 for surgery to restore their hymen to fake virginity weird-facts-about-China

China executes four times as many convicts as every other country combined. weird-facts-about-China

Although China is officially a secular country, there are more than 54 million Christians. weird-facts-about-China

Ketchup originated in China as a pickled fish sauce called ke-tsiap. weird-facts-about-China

Instead of driving through, they would pick up their food in the drive through, park, and bring the food inside the restaurant to eat. weird-facts-about-China

There are 100 million people in China that live off the equivalent of 1 U.S dollar per day. weird-facts-about-China

In Chongqing, China, people addicted to their phones get their own lane to keep them safe while walking blindly around the city. weird-facts-about-China