He He picked up the statue, inspecting it all over. "This doesn't say 'Made in China'!" Jack lowered his voice, explaining in Chinese. Most of the items here were made in China. In the beginning, the items all said "Made in China" in Chinese, and it was changed to English after they realized that Chinese people wouldn't buy the products. But they saw that most tourists were able to understand some basic English and still didn't buy their products, so they ended up writing "Made in China" in Arabic. Finally, Chinese people didn't understand it and really thought that the products were made in Egypt, so they bought them enthusiastically. He pointed at the curved sentence in Arabian at the bottom, meaning "Made in China." Everyone was speechless. He He hesitated with the statue in her hands. She quite liked this cartoon Holy Cat statue and thought it would make a great present. Jack added on that it was okay to buy it back since most of the things sold here weren't sold back in China, so they weren't really losing out. He bargained for He He, cutting the seller's price by 70% the moment he started and settling the price at around 40% of the original. He He felt like she had gained a huge deal since her friends didn't know Arabic anyway. But although Egypt was conservative, it wasn't as if they didn't sell raunchy things. There was actually one shop that sold bikini swimsuits just to earn tourists' money.