China: No cotton bed sheets, no cotton bedding for the world’s poorest citizens
China is getting a cotton bed sheet, and there is no word yet on what kind of bedding it will be.
But that’s not stopping the government from announcing the news with an announcement in mid-March.
The government has been using the hashtag silk cotton to promote the announcement.
The hashtag, however, has no actual meaning.
The official China Cotton Bureau has no official name.
The statement said that the silk cotton sheets will be made of “salt-cured cotton wool and silk fabric.”
But that is vague enough to make some people skeptical.
“I think this is very, very vague,” said Paul Sargent, an environmental attorney with the Center for Science in the Public Interest in Washington, D.C. The only actual reference to cotton is in the U.S. Declaration of Independence, where the Declaration says that “all men are created equal.”
The silk cotton sheet is also being touted as a substitute for cotton bedsheets, which are made of a synthetic material called polyester.
The announcement is just one of several announcements China is making about its cotton supply.
In April, the country unveiled a new cotton plant, with the country’s largest cotton producer, Lufeng Industrial Group, taking over operations.
And last month, the government said that it would start buying cotton from the United States.
China’s government has previously said that China would use its vast resources to make cotton, which is the worlds largest crop.
The country has about 5 percent of the world population.