A Chinese woman is being praised online for cleaning after her son when he urinated on the floor of a metro train.
The video, which was shot in a Xi’an subway carrier earlier this month, shows the mother carefully wiping the floor of the train with some tissue paper, according to Shanghaiist.
In preparation for China’s massive online shopping extravaganza next month, a local traditional papermaker has been busy obtaining a key ingredient in his paper products: young boys’ pee.
The man, surnamed Li, is hoping he can gather enough urine before Singles’ Day (Guanggun Jie), the world’s largest offline and online shopping day held in China on November 11.
A 10-year-old boy in Xianyang in Shaanxi Province, China, apologized after he was caught peeing inside an elevator of a high-rise apartment building.
As punishment, he promised to clean the elevator for a month under the supervision of his father, Shanghaiist reported.
Scientists in Japan have developed the world’s first test that can detect cancers in patient urine samples.
The breakthrough technology by Japanese researchers from engineering firm Hitachi has been in development for two years and it may be made available by 2020.
A young boy from Chongqing in southwest China had the shock of his life when the elevator doors failed to open after he peed on its control panel.
In the surveillance footage posted online, the kid entered the elevator and suddenly started to urinate, aiming directly at the control panel.
A group of kindergarten students in China put on a show with their moms in honor of Children’s Day on Wednesday, but one kid couldn’t seem to hold it in any longer and decided to pull on stage.
A video taken at the school in Hejin county, Shanxi Province has been making the rounds on Chinese social media, showing the child in the first row pull down his pants to pee on what appears to be a potted plant.
There is an active group in Mainland China that believes in the healing power of pee. Members of the organization drink a supposedly “healthy” dose of their own urine as part of their daily pee-drinking sessions.
Established in Hong Kong back in 2008, the China Urine Therapy Association is bound by the belief that drinking urine leads to longer life and better health with claims that it is also an effective cure for cancer.