Dog Selling Chickens at the Market


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His partner down the alley is a chicken that sells dogs. Together, they've established a discreet monopoly.

Could anyone translate the sign for us?

-via Daily of the Day


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No, I think it's $10 per egg. “ 粒” refers to something round.
It could also refer to fruits or vegetables like potatoes or tomatoes.
But this does not look like Hong Kong.
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The sign translates as "$10 a piece", I am assuming that this is refers to Hong Kong Dollars which exchange at a fixed rate of HK$7.7 to 1 US$ or approximately $1.30 per chicken.
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