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November 22, 20103 Comments

100-year-old ragpicking granny on the tramp for decades, homeless and childless; netizens’ comments

From QQ.com At noon on November 17, 2010, an old woman walking on South Wenchang Road in Guiyang with heavy waste paper cartons on her back. It captured the eyes of passers-by including me. “Granny, you are not young, and you carry things so heavy?” The old woman didn’t reply right way. Instread, she took [...]

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November 19, 2010One Comment

Pole dancing, Superman, King Kong…China’s subways offer bizarreness and masquerades

A woman pole dancing on a subway train in Nanjing, Jiangsu was later taken away by the security. “I want to show my clean pole dance to 10 million people,” she said. A passenger said he believed the woman simply wanted to hype herself up. A robot on board Shanghai’s subway line 2 The Gorilla [...]

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November 15, 20105 Comments

“Shocking”: 22 years old non-mainstream girl dresses like 7 years old; Chinese netizen reactions

Original post in Chinese from QQ.com: Selected comments from Chinese netizens: is_盼盼: Another one [whose mind is] poisoned by the Japanese. ツLǒvのcat: Looks much like an inflatable doll. 最美好的时光: メ乖,給祢糖: What kind of face is this? Looks like an alien. 三刀: Ringu Melody、: Fake. I actually know the person in the photos. She is still [...]

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November 10, 20102 Comments

Impressions of North Korea: A Chinese Tourist’s Photo Diary – Part 3 (of 3)

Previous parts: Impressions of North Korea – Part 1 (of 3) Impressions of North Korea – Part 2 (of 3) 38. On October 2, we were arranged to go to Panmunjom, a place that we had longed to visit. The distance between Pyongyang and Panmunjom is 168 km. This road is roughly equivalent to an [...]

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November 10, 20104 Comments

With price hikes, Chinese begin number crunching: What can you buy with 100 yuan?

Original posts in Chinese: 1 2 3 4 China’s National Development and Reform Committee released the result of October’s consumer price monitoring in 36 cities nationwide. 80% of commodities are more expensive than in September. Talks about making ends meet come at a time when Chinese suddenly find their meals cost more, while their salaries remain [...]

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November 7, 2010No Comments

Guangzhou’s Sex Cultural Festival 2010

This post is a complication from the following Chinese sources: Original post on 163.com original post from mop.com Click on an image below to zoom in and get a translated description.

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October 31, 20104 Comments

Impressions of North Korea: A Chinese Tourist’s Photo Diary – Part 2 (of 3)

Previous part: Impressions of North Korea – Part 1 (of 3) 13. This is our coach. Before dinner, our tour guide decided to take us to Kim Il Sung’s former residence, which was not far away from our hotel. One of our tour guide’s name is Li Jun, and we call him Li Dao [Dao [...]

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October 30, 2010One Comment

Funny Chinese counterfeits need not be taken seriously

Admittedly, China is glutted with knockoffs. Buyers seek after them for a good reason: it looks like a real deal. But what if some knockoffs are designed to be so crudely fake that nobody fails to tell?

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October 29, 20102 Comments

Impressions of North Korea: A Chinese Tourist’s Photo Diary – Part 1 (of 3)

Chiafu: Howdy MiniTofu fans. Today I present you the first part of a three-part North Korea trip diary with wonderfully detailed photos and accounts. The post was originally published by an unnamed Chinese national, who had the fortune of visiting North Korea as a tourist back in 2005. It has since been reposted on a number [...]

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October 22, 20106 Comments

Era of homogeneity – China’s new beauty trend makes women look alike

China Hush translated an article from New Weekly via Netease that sums up the changing trend of beauty standard from 1900 to 2010. China has transitioned through Era of Relief, Luxury, Confine and Pomp. Everyone is typical, so-called nobility will be looked down upon. It is meaningless to talk about standard beauty, because personality and [...]

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