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Haircut Day. If one could invent a child's least favourite holiday, this might be it. Sadly for little blokes across China, February 2nd of the lunar calendar - which fell on Feb. 23 this year - mean...
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For something relevant to Google+ users; now you can add people from China to your circles!
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Sina Weibo, a Twitter-type service in China, tells user: "Staring at the computer for a long time will tire out your eyes, will cause you to start spewing BS."
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On the RMB100 bank note, right next to the picture of Mao, the Great Helmsman, there appears to be cartoonish renditions of three cats, two prostrating before the "leader cat" in the center, with its ...
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Tea Leaf Nation has vetted a stack of RMB100 bank notes (yes that's how we roll), including one from as early as 1999, and found this image does indeed appear - twice - on the bank note. Truth IS sometimes stranger than fiction!
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TeaLeafNation is an e-magazine founded in 2011.  We manually distill the best, most interesting stories from China's social media so you can sip them like your morning tea, instead of chugging from a fire hose.