Chinese buy 8 million cans of fresh air in 10 days
Chinese billionaire Chen Guanbyao has significantly increased his fortune during the recent ten days after he had sold eight million cans of "canned fresh air."
The cunning entrepreneur was personally offering the cans of fresh air to passers-by in the streets. He said that he had allegedly brought the cans from remote and ecologically clean areas of China, such as the Xinjiang province and the eastern coast of Taiwan.
Clean air in cans has immediately become popular thanks to Chen's convictions, as well as the smog that has been literally hanging over Beijing and its surrounding areas for many days already.
A can of "oxygen of pleasure" costs 5 yuans (about 90 cents). According to the manufacturer, all the proceeds from the sale of clean air will be transferred for the development of poor areas of China and for the reconstruction of revolutionary places of interest. Beijing's poor ecology and the naivety its citizens helped Guanbyao sell 8 million cans of "clean air" during the recent ten days.