nope, in china, inside ppl's house will have real toilet seats. Squat is for travelers and foreigners, chinese don't want to share a toilet seat with a stranger like you, they are afraid of all kind of weird diseases...
I also got the link to the outlook for wooden toilet seats in China. I guess there are a lot of bottoms in China, if you could sell 0.1% of them a wooden toilet seat you'd probably get rich pretty quick.
Seems these links are random and you don't get the same ones every time? I guess it makes life interesting though.....
Though 'The Stray Shopping Carts of Eastern North America: A Guide to Field Identification' might be more in your price range.
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