13 July 2007

Tourist Crap Trap?

China city debuts opulent public toilet.

They're flush with pride in Chongqing, where a recently opened porcelain palace features an Egyptian facade, soothing music and more than 1,000 toilets spread out over 30,000 square feet.

"We are spreading toilet culture. People can listen to gentle music and watch TV," said Lu Xiaoqing, an official with the Yangrenjie, or "Foreigners Street," tourist area where the bathroom is located. "After they use the bathroom they will be very, very happy."


Anonymous said...

With the bad food they've been turning out lately, even killing their food & drug minister, they'f better open up more porcelain palaces!

The latest is there's shredded cardboard in the pork pie buns the vendors are hawking!

Wes said...

Whatever you do, don't tell the mayor of Ft. Lauderdale.