“China’s Dead Sea” Is A Really Frickin’ Crowded Swimming Pool

Take a good look at this pool in Daying county, Sichuan province, which people delightfully call “China’s Dead Sea.” Mmmm, human skin salt.

Surely you’ve seen something like this before (if not, go here), but we thought we’d make this a follow-up to our post last week about Beijing subway’s Xierqi station. There are lots of people in China.

The above was posted to Youku two weeks ago and has been watched 813,000 times. That’s not as impressively big a number as you think though: the viewers all probably just wanted to find themselves in the video.

UPDATE, 7/31, 5:54 pm: Wheeeeeeee:

China's Dead Sea 1
China's Dead Sea 2

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