Nutritious eating and participating in sports is reported as causing an industry change in China: bigger cups. There is an increasing demand for larger bra sizes, including D and E. Triumph brand saleswoman Zhang Jing is quoted as saying "You...never expect those thin women to have such nice figures if they are not plastic."
Should the author argue then that flat-chested gymnasts -- no offense girls -- didn't excersise enough to get a "decent sized" chest? Perhaps it could be noted that these "nice figures" seem to surprise more than elate, which seems odd considering the popular push for air-brushed women and unattainable perfection.
Maybe there is a correlation between the larger bras and the new Hooters restaurant that opened in China today.
Congratulations to all the Chinese women who now require larger cups and the industry that is finally meeting their needs. What else is there to say?