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Funny Christmas trees- Chinese style

Can you imagine Christmas without a Christmas tree?

If your answer to that is no, then congratulations, you are of one mind with the Chinese, who, without access to genuine Christmas trees, exerted their creative power to the full. Check out their Christmas tree designs on Weibo below!

The most delicious:

Well, “food is heaven”, the Chinese sure don’t just say it. Just take a look at these delicious Christmas trees!

Posted by(left to right): @Bibi果果 (Top1) @于那儿 (Top 2&3) @农妇的乡村生活 (Top4) @安了zcc (Bottom1) @幸福狗狗(Bottom2) @胡小Joanne (Bottom3). As for the last one, there are too many posters. So thank you all! Photo:

I highly doubt the fruit trees will last the whole Christmas. And I am not so sure about the broccoli one. Cute, though. And don’t get me started on the cake. It will be gone within seconds, for sure. As for the French fry tree… Definitely lookie, no touchie!

The most eco-friendly:

Look what this mother @道法自然-九玄堂 made for her son for Christmas!


Do you believe you can grow your own Christmas tree within hours? Well, you can! All you need to do is to stick the seemingly lifeless skeleton into the mysterious liquid and wait for it to flower! Magical, eh?

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The cutest:

In the SM New Life shopping mall in Xiamen, Fujian province, there is a 15-meter Christmas tree made with 1,000 cream-colored Teddy bears! How cute is this!


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