In a country with a short history in the game, just starting out, smaller stadiums etc, that is really good.
Come on Con, you know I love you to bits, but trust me that this is just not happening for China. There's nothing Eurocentric about it, the numbers simply don't add up.
I don't know about the other clubs, but Guangzhou Evergrande, by far the most successful and best-known club, who have been winning the league for I don't know how many consecutive seasons, regularly struggle to sell out their 58000 seater stadium. Despite the fact it's absolutely top-notch and everything there is dirt cheap. (Burger for about 50p for example.)
And that's in a city more populous than Greater London. (Or, if we take the whole metropolitan area, Canada.)
At the same time they are paying about 20 million euros a year to Scolari.
They're never going to break even.