They do still have it if I remember right.
Also, god forbid you live somewhere away from the major cities. I've been reading some notes and photo galleries, also news articles from people who have actually been there, and it's beyond comprehension.
People washing vegetables in sewage, plastic packages accidentally found in a bowl of soup, people pissing on the floor in trains would be the least disgusting things you may find in the less developed areas.
There's also a carelessness mentality among the people there. While you may see a man lying on the street, and pass by thinking "He's just drunk, not my business", it goes to astronomic heights out there. I saw a few news articles - one was about a truck driver who hit a kid, then when he got up, he rode him over once more in order to not pay the medical fees to his family. The other one was about a two-year old child who got roadkilled in the middle of a city (!), though not in a very nice district. Guess what? A few more people drove over the corpse, until some ragged old woman dragged it off the road, just so it won't get squished even more. That hag also got some huge cash prize, and a "national hero" title. Could you imagine that?..
Also, don't forget that China is the land of exploding things. It's literally like a country of freaking Michael Bay interns. ANYTHING can explode in there. Some notable examples include: pillows (apparently it was filled with trash, and a gas lighter there exploded - face injuries on user), chairs (office chair used a small compressed air tank to change its height; user's anus severely damaged by metal shards), toilets (I don't even remember how that happened, but wow man), houses (workers installed years old gas pipes as a replacements, house went boom, walls blown off), explosives trucks (boomception! dynamite trucks with some 7 tons of dynamite exploded, few nearby towns damaged - think that was on global news too, not just internet).
China is a land of contrasts... there are sci-fi areas like NY city, super developed and modern, but there are also places where people farm rice with centuries old methods, and freak out when they see cameras. No lies, I'm **** serious here.