May 3, 20112 Comments

Picture of the day: Beauties hired by property developer scatter cash to woo potential buyers

In Zhenjiang, a city in eastern Jiangsu province, a property developer hired three pretty young women to scatter 100-yuan paper money from the second floor of a villa, after heavy wind prevented them from doing it from a hot-air balloon. The real estate is located within a tourist resort. The PR stunt was meant to [...]

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April 14, 2011No Comments

Video: Chinese school practices Michael Jackson’s dance as routine morning exercises

Duping Elementary School in southwestern Chongqing’s mountainous rural area has recently replaced their routine morning exercises, or radio calisthenics, with Michael Jackson’s dance. At 10 p.m. on every school day, 700 students come to the playground and dance to MJ’s Dangerous. Youtube version Unblocked version on Selected comments from 展宇666: Quite good! Even [...]

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April 12, 20113 Comments

Video: Chinese singer charges RMB 80 grand for sex, undresses on candid camera

Ma Ruila (马睿菈), a small-time singer has become a “star” after a video clip of her undressing in front of an unknown man circulated on the web. According to the dialogue between Ma and her client, most Chinese actresses and singers have a price tag and will readily sell their bodies if enough cash is [...]

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April 7, 2011No Comments

Video: Chinese line up to gas up before oil price hikes, complain about rising cost of living

China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has announced oil price increase, effective at 12:00 a.m. on April 7. Gas price is up by 500 yuan per ton; diesel price up by 400 yuan per ton. On average, #90 gas and #0 diesel are up respectively by 0.37 and 0.34 yuan per liter. (US$0.212 and [...]

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April 2, 2011No Comments

Photos: Chinese lovers with dwarfism ride pumpkin carriage to a fairy-tale wedding

From Tudou and China News Net Zhu Jie, a 23-year-old woman with dwarfism, is only 128cm tall (about 4’3”). She was known to China’s TV viewers as a contestant in last year’s China’s Got Talent. Friday, she had a dreamy wedding ceremony with her boyfriend Qin Xueshi, who is also a little person, at a [...]

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March 31, 2011One Comment

Video: Chinese netizen visions an iWorld taken over by Apple

30 years from now, Apple will take over the world with its technology? According to the video maker, Mingjai, the video is an idea for an Apple commercial that he came up with and executed. “This isn’t a real commercial, it’s just for fun.”  Youtube version Unblocked Youku Version

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March 29, 20115 Comments

Video of traffic accidents on China’s streets sends alarm and creeps

The police of Heze, a city in eastern Shandong province, has uploaded a compilation of raw footage that documented the most horrific road accidents on the city’s streets. So far, the video has attracted tens of millions of visits. Some people say it is the most hard-hitting and effective way to educate Chinese people the [...]

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March 26, 2011No Comments

Video: Cybersex sold by hour on China’s biggest online shopping site

From NetEase and Youku, China’s biggest online shopping and auction site, is found to have been used as a platform for making secret deals over sex webcast. If you key in Chinese phrases for “selling spare time,” “conversation companion,” “beauty” or “service” in the search bar on Taobao, you will find dozens of online [...]

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March 23, 2011One Comment

Video: how to walk the dog without actually walking

Original Tudou Version: 流氓的鸭子 Not bad. Can even force people stand to the right. 一宅一天 ╮(╯▽╰)╭ but to the small puppy, this is a painstaking running mill. haha. zhengshitou Puppy is losing weight. edithxl This should not be encouraged. First, the puppy will be scared. Second, if the puppy retreated up the escalator, accident can [...]

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March 22, 2011No Comments

WIN: Cycling King rides with only one wheel, with loud cassette player

Youtube Version Original video on The man rides a bicycle with the front wheel missing on the street of Zhuhai, a city in southern Guangdong Province. He’s even faster than the car! The original video on Youku dubs him “the King of Bike.” Isn’t it a tour de force?

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March 19, 2011One Comment

Video: Chinese in French eyes: ethnic stereotypes and impressions

This is an interesting animated video that shows how a French who seems to have never been to China view the country. While some of the impressions are clichéd and ethnic stereotypes, others are hard-hitting and inconvenient truth.

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March 18, 20114 Comments

“Major General genre” – how the Chinese make fun of Mao’s grandson’s senseless talk

Mao Xinyu, Mao Zedong’s grandson. He was recently promoted to Major General in Chinese military, and has a Ph.D in military studies. He frequently appears on TV interviews and was often commended for his charisma and wisdom. People love him. People hail to him. Chinese netizens are fond of praising every single comment he makes. [...]

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March 17, 2011No Comments

Video: Shanghai’s rich pissy woman thumps piano, makes a scene

A dressy woman placed her bag onto an expensive piano displayed in a piano store in Shanghai. The shop assistant who babied the display item told the woman that she was going to put the car somewhere else. Then the woman threw a great fit. What claims attention is, while both the shop assistant and [...]

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March 16, 20112 Comments

Chinese air hostesses do safety demonstration while dancing to Lady Gaga’s Just Dance

The video shows flight attendants on board a Capital Airlines flight from Beijing to Lijiang, Yunnan, dancing to the music while doing a regular safety demonstration. Unblocked version on Youku Youtube version However, according to some Youku commenters, Philippine Cebu Pacific Air did it before, and Capital Airlines has stole the idea. Selected comments from [...]

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March 16, 20114 Comments

Chinese car owner dissatisfied with auto repair service has his Lamborghini smashed

From QQ March 15 is Consumer Rights Day. Chinese discontent with product and service quality often become highlighted and heatedly discussed on this day. A net user in Qingdao, a city in China’s eastern Shandong Province, said that a Lamborghini sports car that his company owned failed to be fixed by an official Lamborghini service [...]

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March 16, 20112 Comments

CCTV rigs newscast again, this time in earthquake coverage

On January 27, Ministry of Tofu broke the story about CCTV passing off scenes from Top Gun in its fight jet news. Today, eagle-eyed Chinese net users called our attention to its conniving newscast. Yes, they botched it again. Both two separate news reports, one on the magnitude 5.8 earthquake in China’s southwestern Yunnan Province [...]

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March 14, 2011One Comment

Video: Chinese rap over soaring consumer prices in parody music video featuring Stephen Chow

The rapper(s) discusses Chinese inflation and rising Consumer Price Index (CPI), and tells how it affects people’s everyday life. The song is a parody of Taiwanese girl band S.H.E.’s Chinese Language (song title). The video features montage of several Stephen Chow’s movie excerpts. Stephen Chow is a very popular comedy actor/director in Greater China as [...]

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March 9, 2011One Comment

Video: How news interview is rehearsed in China

A fruit gardener in Baoding, China’s northern Hebei Province, is being taught by the TV reporter to say in front of the camera “This year, the fruit gardens haven’t encountered a hail disaster. (今年的果园没有遭受雹灾.)” Because of his heavily accented Mandarin and probable undereducation, he repeated it several times before getting it right. If you can’t [...]

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March 5, 2011No Comments

Video: Heaven’s Lunch, a short film about filial piety by Chinese collage student

From Xinhua As the Chinese saying goes, “Filial piety is the most important of all virtues.” But in today’s society, heavy workloads and stressful life have taken quality time with parents away from many Chinese. Recently, a short film titled Heaven’s Lunch (天堂午餐, literally Lunch in Heaven) becomes extremely popular online, for it strikes a [...]

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February 28, 2011No Comments

Blind angel, sound of heaven – Taiwan’s Susan Boyle sings on Tamsui’s street

Having been suffering from visual impairment for over three decades, 35-year-old Zhang Yuxia makes a living as a street singer/pianist at Tamsui, Taiwan. For the past four years, she has established a fan base of considerable size in the locality. When listening to her songs with your eyes closed, you will feel the rebirth of [...]

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