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March 2, 2009

Video: Walking the streets of China, look at all this cheap street food, only $0.07

2 comments:

John Stack said...

Can you dm me in twitter? www.twitter.com/johnstack - I have some questions for you.

pat said...

I like your blog, as I've spent much time in Shanghai the last two years and seen many odd things myself.

One small correction: 1 RMB = US$0.14, not $0.07. The exchange rate on my last trip was about 6.8 RMB to US$1. Still pretty cheap.