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Q: whats the strangest thing you've seen in China?

I know long ago Chinese kept crickets for pets. I saw a guy yesterday with a beetle attached to a pink ribbon and he was sitting, holding it like a dog on a leash, don't know if it was a pet or lunch. Not very weird, but I haven't seen many weird things here. Whats the strangest thing you've seen?

9 years 19 weeks ago in  Food  - China

 
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paying money for professionals to cry on their behalf over microphone by close relatives of the deceased... one week cremation function...

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Taipei.

 

Drinking fresh hot Cobra blood/bile shots...

 

featuring an Orangutan bouncer...

 

  pretty cool.. surprise

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Going to a "strip club"

 

Shady little KTV room in the part of down that the taxi didn't know and we had to change to one of those 3-wheeled flying dragons that started as a strip tease and turned into a talent show.

 

Sucking beer with straws, blowing balloons, writing words, even dancing while holding a razor blade.

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The strangest thing I saw was about ninety minutes ago at our local supermarket. It was a busy day as they had plenty of offers on and I didn't notice it until we got to the weighing station for the vegetables. People were queuing up and I don't mean one or two. There was an orderly line of about nine or ten people and most people just joined the end of the queue. Normal for us but by Chinese standards it looked quite weird.

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An old short man wearing bling bling pink suit and bling bling green pants slowly walked in a plaza near west nan jing road.

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