Looks like Chinese teens' physiques aren't quite up to experts' standards. Recent reports analyzing the average heights of men in the world have shown that Chinese males aged seven to 17 are around 2.54 centimeters shorter than their Japanese counterparts, according to sports.nandu.com, which also cited experts who say that physical fitness among Chinese teenagers has declined, calling for more exercise among China's youth (because, you know, working out can make you taller).


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