Reauters reports that a Chinese resturant in Beijing has paid $75,000 for a giant gold fish. According to the article the golden colored tiger fish is a symbol for wealth (for the guys who sold it anyway.)
"The fish, named "golden cash tiger fish" in Chinese, would be sold to diners at about 2,000 yuan per kg, the China News Service said, without explaining the prospect of losing money on a dish that cost the restaurant 12,000 yuan per kg."
Somebory frailed math class....
This leads us to wonder how much Carp on the Fly's Highway Cone would bring in China?