China notorious for having the world's worst waxwork museums

China notorious for having the world's worst waxwork museums

- Wax museums in China have become the subject of public ridicule because of the hilarious figurines they feature

- The waxwork museums become popular not for their impressive collection of world leaders and celebrities' replicas - but for how extremely unidentifiable they are

- It's severe that people who visit the attraction would have to spend ages just to figure out who the statues actually are

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Leonardo DiCaprio

Visitors who flock to waxwork museums in China are not impressed. They are rather depressed.

Those who came to pose and take a photo beside their favorite prominent personalities would put a frown instead of a smile on their faces.

The reason? Waxwork models that are poorly made and far, far from reality.

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Take these figurines of Lady Gaga, US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin as perfect bad examples.

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Lady Gaga

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US President Barack Obama

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Netizens left comments and violent reactions on social media site Coral.qq.

One commenter noticed Obama's skin tone: "Why is Obama so tanned?"

Another user addressed Putin's hairline: "Putin is so bald headed."

While another user seemed annoyed: "Are these wax statues the homework of students? They don't look professional."

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Jet Li

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Many have also criticized the waxworks displayed at the Huaying Mountain Wax Museum and Foreign Celebrity Wax Museum.

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Mr. Bean

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Audrey Hepburn

A representative from the museum, however, came to defend its reputation.

"The clothing and styles are not chosen by us, in fact the museum is just a venue for wax-artists to exhibit their work and tourists can visit free of charge."

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Harry Potter

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Steve Jobs

What do you guys think? Let's hear it from you!

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