Tuesday, June 8, 2010


Living in New York City, you grow accustomed to paying ridiculous prices for everything from haircuts to suspiciously vague school fees (student life fee). The upside is that in the majority of places you go outside of the U.S., cost of living is half as much and in most cases much less.

In China, any poor college student can live as well as your average New York City investment banker. I present to you the $0.88 haircut, with complimentary before-and-after shampoo.

I feel pretty and spoiled.


  1. That's cool! In NYC 88 cents won't even get top ramen.

    Chrissy C.