China pushes 'toilet revolution' across country

Source:Xinhua Published: 2017/12/6 10:26:25

Photo taken on July 16, 2017 shows a ladybug-shaped public toilet in Xiangyang, central China's Hubei Province. The Chinese government launched its "toilet revolution" across the country in 2015 with an aim to make the most notorious facilities cleaner and more regulated. It planned to add 33,000 public restrooms and renovate 24,000 between 2015 and 2017. (Xinhua/Wang Hu)


 

A visitor charges her cellphone in a public toilet in Xijiang Qianhu Miao Village in Leishan County, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Dec. 5, 2017. The Chinese government launched its "toilet revolution" across the country in 2015 with an aim to make the most notorious facilities cleaner and more regulated. It planned to add 33,000 public restrooms and renovate 24,000 between 2015 and 2017. (Xinhua/Lin Shikang)


 

A visitor washes hands in a public toilet in a scenic area in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, Nov. 30, 2017. The Chinese government launched its "toilet revolution" across the country in 2015 with an aim to make the most notorious facilities cleaner and more regulated. It planned to add 33,000 public restrooms and renovate 24,000 between 2015 and 2017. (Xinhua/Wang Haibin)


 

Photo taken on Dec. 4, 2017 shows a public toilet in Zhouji Green Expo Garden in Nantong, east China's Jiangsu Province. The Chinese government launched its "toilet revolution" across the country in 2015 with an aim to make the most notorious facilities cleaner and more regulated. It planned to add 33,000 public restrooms and renovate 24,000 between 2015 and 2017. (Xinhua/Xu Congjun)


 

Photo taken on Nov. 24, 2017 shows an intelligent water-saving public toilet in Hefei, east China's Anhui Province. The Chinese government launched its "toilet revolution" across the country in 2015 with an aim to make the most notorious facilities cleaner and more regulated. It planned to add 33,000 public restrooms and renovate 24,000 between 2015 and 2017. (Xinhua/Xie Chen)


 

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