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Last updated: Jun 8, 2019
Yes, Shanghai has a tobacco museum, celebrating the glorious achievements of China's homegrown cancer industry. It is dark, dingy, open only three days a week, a little weird and they might require you to show your passport. Marvel at collections of historic cigarette packets. Gape at photographs of former CCP leaders and Chinese luminaries smoking cigarettes. Read how smoking might not really be the killer we always suspected it was. We only hope our tax payments aren't supporting this place.
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