Except for the signs, most Americans would not recognize a Wal-Mart in China.
Chinese shoppers can be seen sticking their hands in big bins of rice or sometimes sticking their noses in those bins. There are tanks brimming with live frogs and fish. And there are mounds of loose meat, including pigs' feet.
The world's largest retailer is making a push to gain more market share in the second-biggest economy, especially in China's fast growing online retail sphere.
Here is a photo gallery of the shopping experience at a Chinese Wal-Mart.