11 Ridiculous Fast Food Chain Ripoffs In China

China is very good at…;replicating stuff. It’s not really a big secret. They can take anything, from shoes to electronics, and make a doppelganger of it. Some copies are actually very good; at first glance, you can’t tell the difference between an original Chanel bag and one that has a Made in China label on it (unless original Chanel bags ARE really manufactured in China, well, that’s a different story).

So if you’re strolling through the streets of Beijing or some other place in the country and you do a double-take because you think you’ve seen an In-an-Out restaurant, don’t be so surprised. For the record, there is NO In-an-Out restaurant in China, but they created something that suspiciously looks like the famous fast food chain in the U.S.




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See what I mean? It happens to be a fake one, but if you don’t know better, you would be tricked into believing that a branch already exists in China.

Here are other snaps of fast food chain ripoffs that incredulous people have seen in the country:




Cheese Burger = Burger King

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Star Fucks = Starbucks

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Mak Dak = McDonald’s

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A store with 7-11 and Apple logo = 7-11
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Dairy Fairy = Dairy Queen

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