Government builds public toilets with Wi-Fi, vending machines, ATMs, flat-screen TV [Photos]

The Chinese government has unveil new cutting-edge, high-tech public toilets called '5th space'

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The Chinese government has unveil new cutting-edge, high-tech public toilets called '5th space'

The Chinese government officially launched a new generation of high-tech public restrooms opened to the public this past Thursday.

"5th space" public restrooms with the appearance of a bright convenience store, is a well fitted building with Wi-Fi, vending machines, ATMs, flat-screen TV sets, electric-car charging outposts and recycling bins for paper and plastic bottles, lounges and shower rooms.

According to reports, the public toilet will be installed across China, following the promise made by Li Jinzao, head of China's National Tourist Administration that by 2017 all toilets will boast a "three-star rating" and will be "of adequate quality, hygienic, free of charge and effectively managed."

China has really surprised the world with the major developments it’s made over the years and this also should count.

See more photos in gallery above.

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