Seventy per cent of Chinese tested lied about which side a coin landed on, British researchers say.Seventy per cent of Chinese tested lied about which side a coin landed on, British researchers say.
Seventy per cent of Chinese tested lied about which side a coin landed on, British researchers say.

Chinese the most dishonest, Japanese and British the least, study finds

People in 15 countries took part in two tests in which they had a financial incentive to cheat; Asia’s poor showing on coin-flip test may reflect different attitudes to gambling, study’s lead author says

Seventy per cent of Chinese tested lied about which side a coin landed on, British researchers say.Seventy per cent of Chinese tested lied about which side a coin landed on, British researchers say.
Seventy per cent of Chinese tested lied about which side a coin landed on, British researchers say.
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