Chinese Billionaire Sells Line Of Canned Fresh Air

Has the final step in the marketization of everything been reached? Oddity Central on selling bottled fresh air as a luxury item to residents of urban and industrial areas:

It’s no secret China has a huge air pollution problem. Chen Guangbiao, a famous Chinese businessman and philanthropist, has recently launched a line of canned fresh air collected from various parts of China and Taiwan. The product is called “Chen Guangbiao: Nice Guy” and sells for about $0.80.

He has recently started selling canned fresh air collected from “revolutionary” areas of China, including Jinggang Mountain in Jiangxi Province and some ethnic minority areas and Taiwan. ”One only has to open the can, directly ‘drink’ it or put the nose close to the can to breath deeply,” Chen said.Before the big launch of ”Chen Guangbiao: Nice Guy” canned air, Brother Biao said he was confident of its success, because there are lots of people in big cities inhaling air mixed with vehicle exhaust every day who are dying for a breath of fresh air.

13 Comments on "Chinese Billionaire Sells Line Of Canned Fresh Air"

  1. Tburns2121 | Sep 26, 2012 at 2:31 pm |

    President Scroob?

  2. Only one comment and it already beat me to the Spaceballs joke.

  3. Only one comment and it already beat me to the Spaceballs joke.

  4. I guess the people in China are as crazy as they are here.

  5. Ya neva know what the Chinese will go for
    but after centuries of really bad air
    they seem to have adapted to it

    if hocking loogies was an Olympic sport
    the Chinese would sweep the medals everytime

  6. Ya neva know what the Chinese will go for
    but after centuries of really bad air
    they seem to have adapted to it

    if hocking loogies was an Olympic sport
    the Chinese would sweep the medals everytime

  7. Coyne Tibbets | Sep 26, 2012 at 11:58 pm |

    Shades of “Spaceballs”!

  8. i feel like it would just smell like can

  9. MoralDrift | Sep 27, 2012 at 1:40 am |

    well I hope they have Xinjiang air, I have to stay halal/kosher

  10. MoralDrift | Sep 27, 2012 at 1:40 am |

    well I hope they have Xinjiang air, I have to stay halal/kosher

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