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Viral Photo Of A Fake Jollibee Restaurant In China Brought Confusions To Netizens



These day, China is known for creating fake products and export to neighboring countries. Ot rice fake plastic egg, their level of deception is in fact nothing exceptional. In recent years, the Chinese began making imitation of the famous stores around the world and the only difference I notice wuould is the way they change the name of the store closer to the real name. a Filipino citizen currently living in China, sent a photo of when in Manila showing a logo signaling a familiar look of a famous fast food chain in the Philippines. However, the name was different, but closed enough to “Jollibee”. If! It was supposedly an imitation of Jollibee for those who named it as “Jellibee”. You knew you could ask some restaurant dishes like “Chicken Happy” and “Palabak”. However, it turns out, it was really nothing more than the absolute random signaling that are used as filler.
(Screenshot of Facebook)

Dennis says random packing signs like these are common there, seeing that many other signals like Prada written as “Parda” and Puma spelled as “Pums” but with the exact and logos. So this sign “Jellibee” was probably just random signal, and a false (or real) Jollibee store unlikely that was being built there. The photos were taken in the city of Yinchuan, Ningxia province in China Wanda Mall. Mr. Dennis said it is in the “middle of nowhere” near Inner Mongolia (Source: CoolBuster ).

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