Fake Eggs Are No Joke (2010)


“The journalist follows the trail of one of the ads to a man in Shandong who claims to be the ‘Father of Man-made eggs’. The man, never named, tells how he charges 800RMB (US$120) per student. In his classes, the ‘Father’ teaches how to make the egg-shell (the most important part of the process) as well as the yolk and white. According to the report, the man has taught college graduates as well as peasants and enjoys a comfortable living — safe from the authorities or anyone else — teaching down and out Chinese how to make fake eggs and get rich.”


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