Chinese Coke: Coca-Cola in China

Coca-Cola, an American icon, is more expensive in the United States than it is in China, Korea, Russia or Taiwan. It might have even been cheaper in Japan too. I can't remember.

Here is a can of Chinese Coke on the Great Wall. Even with tourist-trap markup, this can was only 4 元 ($0.62 USD). Elsewhere single cans are available as cheaply as 2 元 ($0.31 USD).

Despite the unfamiliar label, it is not generic; the other side says Coca-Cola in its familiar script.