The English on the signs might not be perfect, but a new scheme supported by city governments across China is making thousands of privately owned toilets available to the public. Photo: Weixin The English on the signs might not be perfect, but a new scheme supported by city governments across China is making thousands of privately owned toilets available to the public. Photo: Weixin
The English on the signs might not be perfect, but a new scheme supported by city governments across China is making thousands of privately owned toilets available to the public. Photo: Weixin
Health in China

It’s not just Starbucks ... businesses across China are opening their toilets to the public

Thousands of companies agree to open their washrooms to the public as part of the nation’s ‘toilet revolution’ campaign

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The English on the signs might not be perfect, but a new scheme supported by city governments across China is making thousands of privately owned toilets available to the public. Photo: Weixin The English on the signs might not be perfect, but a new scheme supported by city governments across China is making thousands of privately owned toilets available to the public. Photo: Weixin
The English on the signs might not be perfect, but a new scheme supported by city governments across China is making thousands of privately owned toilets available to the public. Photo: Weixin
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