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2011 May 26
by Stanley Quan

I’ve previously written about being tall and taller.

As I’ve been walking around in different parts of China, one thing’s very apparent: I’m tall.

The average height in China is definitely lower than in America. Pretty much everywhere I go (subway, shopping malls, restaurants, etc), I look around, and I’m the tallest person there.

It’s a little weird to stick out, but I guess it’s a cool perspective to have?

One Response
  1. May 30, 2011

    interesting. i’m rarely the tallest. enjoy the perspective! enjoy the trip too.

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