WATCH: When You Die in China You Respawn at the Airport

By That's, June 7, 2019

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Worried about all that barbeque you’ve eaten since getting to China? 

Well, fear no more, because according to the guys at Mamahuhu, we’re all very much immortal as long as we’re living here in the Middle Kingdom, the only thing you’ll have to worry about is whether to get the subway, the Maglev or a taxi from your respawning point at Pudong Airport

Shanghai-based comedy group Mamahuhu reveal all the secrets to respawning in China (VPN off):

Outside China? Watch on YouTube.

See more Mamahuhu videos here, or follow them on WeChat by scanning the QR code below:

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[Cover image via Mamahuhu]

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