“Worshiping cats” hidden in 100 RMB bill, expert says its just an anti-counterfeiting design
Netizens’ intelligence is limitless. Recently, a netizen suggested that a design on the 100 yuan RMB cash note looked like “worshiping cats” and attached an image to demonstrate it, immediately attracting the internet’s attention. With regards to this “prostrating cats” design, experts say the hundred yuan RMB note design is a very serious/solemn matter, that the designs are related to anti-counterfeiting measures, and that the appearance of certain images may be a result of overimaginative netizens.
The alleged hidden image looks like 3 cats, with 2 cats worshiping, prostrating, or kneeling before a third cat in the middle with its arms raised.
Comments from Sina Weibo:
Must’ve been discovered by someone who is crazy about money.
It’s true! The designer’s heart is still that of a child.
Who was the print designer that was this niubi, risking his life to print “mao worship” on money? National hero…
Wow, its real, I just looked closely, haha, the designer likes cats.
Everyone hurry and look, it’s really there!! So mysterious!
The designer is crying: Finally someone discovered it. However, I admit I was startled by it.
I bet the designer intentionally did this, his goal being to avoid receiving counterfeit money himself.
I want to say this may be a conspiracy. Because it is kneeling before a cat, and cat [猫 mao] sounds like Grandpa Mao’s “Mao”.
Saw it before, niu~
The one hundred kuai bill is so cute.