A little travel humor!
As you know… Everything is made in China…
At last! . . .
The Great Wall, China’s legendary defence line, is the country’s number one historic monument and national symbol, Countless thousands visit each year, and with crowds like that, modern bathroom facilities are certainly needed. And no, the green bucket is not used for that purpose.
This is a wonderful example of toilet humour or a massive public urinal. Or both perhaps.
Originally created for the 2009 Fosham Pottery and Porcelain Festival this strange installation by Chinese artist Shu Yong has become a popular piece of public art.
Built from ten thousand recycled toilets and urinals and covering a space one hundred metres by five metres, the sculpture has water spurting from each of the units creating a giant urinal that looks like some sort of surreal waterfall.
Fosham city in China’s Central Guangdong Province is now flush with…
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