• Brauer and his partner focused the study on deaths related to fine particulates, which are deeply embedded in Chinese-made goods.

Brauer and his partner focused the study on deaths related to fine particulates, which are deeply embedded in Chinese-made goods. (Photo : Getty Images)

Are any good products or services still made in China? Of course, there are!

China is good at making a lot of things, from toys to ships to clothes to computers to shoes and mobile phones. Name it, they can do it.

In fact, five countries--United States, United Kingdom, Ecuador, Brazil and Japan--have gone beyond their borders to use products and services that are made in China.

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1. United States

San Francisco Bridge is a two-way, 12-lane bridge spanning 2.88 kilometers in length. The bridge's 45,000 tons of steel were manufactured in China and is resistant to magnitude-8 earthquakes. It carries about 300,000 vehicles a day.

Run by Chinese entrepreneur Cao Dewang, Fuyao Glass America Company is located in Ohio, United States. It is the biggest auto glass manufacturer in the world, and provides over 2,000 jobs to locals. It plans to increase production and make more than 4.5 million sets of glass products annually. It is said to meet 25 percent of the demand of the American auto market.

Believe it or not, most of the Victoria Secret products are made in China. The annual turnover of Victoria Secret, a world-famous American brand specializing in women's premium lingerie, currently amounts at around $50 billion.

2. Ecuador (Emergency Command Center)

Its building and command system were both constructed by Chinese companies. The center is resistant to 7.8-magnitude earthquakes and incorporates relief and emergency functions, and alarms.

3. Britain (Red Electric Buses)

Also made in China, these ecological vehicles can drive for 16 hours after a full charge. It can effectively reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

4. Brazil (Rio Olympic Mascot)

All mascots used during the 2016 Summer Olympics and Paralympics were made by China. The design of Vinicius, Rio Olympic mascot, represents Brazilian wildlife, which combines "the agility of cats, the sway of monkeys, and grace of birds," while the design of Tom, Paralympic mascot, represents the plants of Brazilian forests that scatter nutrients to the human world.

5. Japan (Firefighting Facility)

The relief task was undertaken by a concrete pump truck made in China, after Japanese fire services did not meet the demands of cooling down the number one unit nuclear plant during the Fukushima power plant disaster. The truck worth $1 million measures 67 meters in length and weighs 51.8 tons.

Many buyers and corporations from Western countries are drawn to China because of its extreme relative low labor cost and very low-cost materials.

By selling and making things for foreigners, China has definitely transformed itself, and the world economy with it.