Elon Musk Spotted Grabbing a Jianbing in Shanghai

By Bridget O'Donnell, July 13, 2018

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk was recently spotted in Shanghai grabbing a quick breakfast jianbing.

In photos circulating on social media this morning, a suited-up Musk is seen trying out the classic Chinese street food snack on Wulumuqi Lu in Xuhui District.

Elon Musk

Elon Musk Jianbing

Musk arrived in China earlier this week for the inauguration of China's first Tesla factory. He also visited Beijing, where he posed in a photo with Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang at the Zhongnanhai Compound. "With my team after a profoundly interesting discussion of history, philosophy & luck with [Vice Premier] Wang," he tweeted.

Musk in Beijing

Musk also posted about his "amazing" China visit, tweeting that "the world has never seen human energy & vigor at such scale."

Elon Musk Spotted Grabbing a Jianbing in Shanghai

Elon Musk Spotted Grabbing a Jianbing in Shanghai

[Images via Weibo, @elonmusk/Twitter]

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