Life in China 2016: A Picture A Day, July 7 – This may seem kind of boring, but it’s important! Before we get too far past the Asian toilet picture, this kind of goes with it. As I said, most public restrooms don’t provide toilet tissue. Therefore, one of the necessities of life, when you are out and about in China, is to always have some tissue with you! If there happen to be vendors where you are, they will have tissue packs for sale, but it’s best not to count on it! Since these small tissue packs are such a common purchase, most supermarkets have quite a large selection, plain, designs, cute, sophisticated … something for everyone! I chuckled at the one that says “ddung”: Leah said it is a Korean cartoon character, so I looked her up and the description said “It should be noted, her name is NOT pronounced like “dung” as in poo, but “ddoo~ng”. :-P The average price is 75 cents to $1usd for a package of ten smaller packs. Be sure to remember this if you ever travel to China!