A photo posted on Sina Weibo, called the Chinese version of Twitter, has become a hot topic in China. Reported by Chinese media MIC Gadget.
The photo that has become a hot topic is a pear taken at a supermarket in Beijing, China. Its shape resembles a human baby.
Baby-shaped pear (Source: M.I.C. Gadget)
Experts point out that the pear resembles the fictional fruit that appears in the classic Chinese novel "Saiyuuki." According to Nishiyuki, this fruit is a precious fruit that takes 10,000 years to ripen, and when eaten, its lifespan is extended by 47,000 years.
In reality, this pear seems to have been molded. It seems that this fruit is not a "legendary fruit" but a "marketing product" by a Chinese farmer.