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A 2-yr-old toddler survived a four hour operation to remove a chopstick that he thrust up his nose into, puncturing his brain in Wuhan, China, Sept. 8, 2014. 2-year-old Huang Zicheng's father said he was at home doing some chores when he suddenly heard Huang screaming. At the hospital, CAT scans found that the chopstick had gone 7cm into Huang's brain but managed to avoid damaging any major nerves and arteries. The boy is expected to make a full recovery.