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Is the glass made in China? [Copy link] 中文

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Why do you post so many pictures? One would have been enough. I think, I know the answer to that already...  

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1105852048 Post time: 2017-7-28 00:14
Why do you post so many pictures? One would have been enough. I think, I know the answer to that alr ...

I find it so funny, if you look through all the pictures.

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ceciliazhang Post time: 2017-7-27 14:59

So the perps tried to break the glass of a jewellery shop in MALAYSIA; what is the reason that you ask: "Is the glass made in China?"

It cold have been made in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, anywhere...

Glass first came to China during the Han era - from Rome.

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seneca Post time: 2017-7-28 10:09
So the perps tried to break the glass of a jewellery shop in MALAYSIA; what is the reason that you ...

Yes, but then, most people do not know that glass was first made in ancient Rome.

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ceciliazhang Post time: 2017-7-28 09:32
I find it so funny, if you look through all the pictures.

Yes, I did look at all the pictures, but the headline is misleading since the event took place in some other country than China.

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1105852048 Post time: 2017-7-29 00:39
Yes, but then, most people do not know that glass was first made in ancient Rome.

The Chinese emperors had a surplus of silk robes and the Roman ladies were their grateful buyers. How did Rome pay for these imports? It sent glas baubles east and the Chinese emperors were pretty happy...

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