6. Soccer originated in China
See that, England? Not your game. China may not excel at good old footie (as some call it), but it’s actually the birthplace of the game. Cuju, which literally means “kick the ball with foot,” was a popular game all the way back during the Han Dynasty (206 BC- 220 AD). Later, it spread to neighboring countries like Japan, Korea and Vietnam.
7. Significant Other rentals are a real thing
Being single can totally suck, especially when you head home for holidays and face an endless barrage of parents’ interrogations, such as “Are you seeing anyone?” “When are you getting married?” or "You're a failure." OK, that last one's not a question. But you can easily shut mom and dad up by renting a lover online and showing off your new, awesome SO. Then you can totally milk sympathy from everyone when you lie and say you got dumped.
8. Business deals require you to drink
Drinking culture is deeply rooted in Chinese society, but it goes way past owning the best-selling beer in the world. Making social connections, giving a toast, drinking up -- this is all basic drinking etiquette at a banquet. And the more you drink, the more your boss or business partners will like you -- basically the opposite of an American holiday party, where you're pretty much walking through a bigger HR minefield with every extra drink you down.