So one of the first things that you notice when you get to China, besides the ass smell, is the fact that all the electricity is 220 volts instead of 120. Now some of you may know nothing about this. I was lucky enough to be electrocuted several times. That and I have a dad that taught me a few useful things. If you read the plug boxy thing on most devices, that need to be plugged into the wall, it will say what you can use as far as input voltage goes. My Apple: 100~240v. Clutch.. 220v falls in between these parameters. Now the walkie talkies I brought here last year, they however did not fall in between the stated guidelines. Thus the charger is sitting somewhere doing nothing. Fried.
Dryers, washers, and people into bondage use 220v in America. In China, microwaves, tvs, coffee brewing machines, lights, shavers, phones, pretty much everything runs on 220v which makes them twice as awesome. The bug zapper that runs on 220, pretty much boss. Not only for the fact that I can here is snap from 50 ft away but because I can only imagine what it is doing to those poor little Malaria carrying buggers. Bam… poof.. insert comic sounds bubbles here.
A fruit stand. For all those times where you been drinking too many soda pops and need to munch on something.. Yes people, believe it or not, powered by 220 volts of clean burning coal.. Well at least the 220 is true.
A little construction.. Hard hats, of course, are optional.