Saturday, December 13, 2008

RM1,000,000 Public Toilet Found in ......

China is facing the same problem as we in Malaysia. Some of their government servants do things way beyond human expectation ..... not the good part but the ridiculous part.

Can you the senior management in the Sanitation Department of Wuhan Urban Management Bureau has built a public toilet to the value of 2,000,000 Yuan. Moreover, this toilet is found underground of the Hankou Liberation Park.

Generally, if the news spread out, lots of people will flock to the area to have a look at the expensive toilet to see for themselves. The officials will then do a headcount and justify that the toilet usage has super exceeded what was estimated in the first place.

The officials were proud to say that this toilet is the largest, best and most civilised class of public toilet found in the whole of Wuhan Municipality.

If you were take a look inside the toilet, the design looks ordinary. Maybe expensive materials were used to construct the toilet, for example the basin and toilet cubicles were sourced from overseas suppliers.


Reading: Wuhan Builds 2 Million RMB Luxury Public Toilet - China Smack
Tags: China, Wuhan, Luxury Public Toilet, Hankou Liberation Park, Sanitation Department, Wuhan Urban Management Bureau, Wuhan Municipality



Blogger Borneo Falcon said...

Hope we have more of this type of toilet in Malaysia

13 December, 2008 09:00  
Blogger [SK] said...

just like us, they always like to spend money on unnecessary things.. still remember the grand opening of the so-called intelligent toilet in the middle of bukit bintang?? SH*T~~

13 December, 2008 09:18  
Blogger Kev said...

Sigh... happens everywhere. I guess people don't value money coz money to them has no value, so they can afford to "throw" them away by spending on unnecessary items.

13 December, 2008 09:30  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some of toilets in M'sia today are more comfortable and cleaner than some houses in this country. :) In fact there are a few that been euqipped with TV as well. How rediculous! Having said that, I must say that building an expensive underground toilets does sound odd.

13 December, 2008 12:10  
Blogger Kay Leaf said...

Why they don't use the money to help more people? ~*crazy*~

13 December, 2008 12:46  
Blogger Ted said...

Hmm...looks normal actually lor

13 December, 2008 14:58  
Blogger soulesscloudy said...

seems nth much... but why cost so lot?? wasted.. really down to the drain only..

13 December, 2008 22:06  
Blogger foongpc said...

Not justified. It looks pretty ordinary unless there's some hi-tech equipment which I can't see : )

13 December, 2008 23:11  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

borneo - more of this? at a cost of RM1.0M each?

sk - in that case, we got lots to catch up on china

kev - its not their money and they may have gotten a share of it

ismail - at times, its no logic to put in unnecessary items in the toilet

kay - that's more like it

ted - that's the thing .... its nothing unique at that cost

wanwan - m'sia better not follow suit

foong - well, what's so hi-tech that we have not heard of?

14 December, 2008 04:26  
Blogger maro^gal said...

most of the shopping complex in KL are improved nowadays.. as compared to previous days... haha

17 January, 2009 19:32  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

marogal - true also

18 January, 2009 01:32  

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