Reuters has two versions of the same story, as they often do. One is entitled “China faces storm in a D-cup as bust sizes grow“, and the other is “Tempest in a D-cup as bust sizes grow“. I’m still not sure why they have two different versions, but that’s not what interested me today.
File photo: REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV
Apparently the “romanized” symbol for currency is the same in Japan and China. I did not know that.
However, the Chinese symbol is 元, and the Japanese is 円.
I wonder if any other countries use the ￥ symbol for their currency.