Beijing, Nov. 27 (EFE) .- Chinese President Xi Jinping called for increased efforts to improve public toilets in his country as part of "the toilet revolution" led to by the authorities to boost domestic tourism and improve the quality of life of citizens, reported the state agency Xinhua. p>
The president joined the campaign with the one that the Chinese authorities look for from 2015 to improve the public baths, that during many years have had reputation to be unhygienic. p>
Xi emphasized the importance of building bathrooms clean public to advance in the "urban and rural civilization", since some more traditional homes do not have their own toilets, so the public toilets are essential for the population. p>
China should also improve the facilities of these public services to stimulate the national tourism industry, reminded its president. p>
Within this program, free Wi-Fi has been installed in some public toilets in Beijing, where disabled access has also been improved or urinals have been installed for children, something striking in a country where it is common for parents to allow them to relieve themselves in the street.