CHINESE PROUD OF HYGIENE PROBLEMS
Chinese netizens are “proud” of their lack of hygiene and are crowing after learning that 139 Japanese high school students fell sick following a trip to China.
Upon returning to Japan, after visiting Shanghai and Suzhou, nearly 40% of the 357 Japanese students reported diarrhea, fever and other symptoms.
Japan’s local health department believes the students may be suffering from an infectious gastroenteritis.
One student has already been determined to have the norovirus, but the infection has not spread to the family of the student or his classmates.
See how Chinese netizens responded to the news:
“Poor Japanese students, they haven’t consumed enough drainage oil [to develop an immunity]. Just remember, before coming to China next time, you must at least eat one month’s worth of drainage oil first for your stomach and intestines to first adapt to China’s conditions.” – netizen 咋又被你襶諘啦 from Shenzhen, Guangdong province
“Incredible, right?!!! We’re invincible to all poisons!!!” – 曲线革命 from Shanghai
“If one doesn’t eat the entire periodic table of elements once, one can’t even say in good conscience that one is Chinese.” – xoe5m from Xiangyang, Hubei province
“You little Japanese, not asking around first about what kind of place China is! That we are still alive is already a wonder.” – 造谣局丨局长丨from Hangzhou, Zhejiang province
“If one dies and there isn’t a full periodic table of elements remaining, then they definitely weren’t Chinese. I leave this saying to archeologists 5,000 years in the future.” – 上帝是娘们 from Baoding, Hebei province
“Haha, not used to the Chinese regional food specialty: Drainage oil.” – an annonymous mobile netizen from Deyang, Sichuan province