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April 29, 20114 Comments

Picture of the day: Doting Chinese parents shower daughter with money on birthday party

April 27 is the 12th birthday of Wang Yanyan, who lives in Linfen of central Shanxi province. On that day, Yanyan’s parents held a lavish banquet in the city’s high-class hotel and hired professional party planning company to arrange the celebration. In addition to the delicacies and the grandeur, another superlative was dozens of origamis [...]

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April 28, 20112 Comments

Picture of the day: Chinese man develops a nosebleed on seeing hot girl

Picked from MOP

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April 27, 20112 Comments

Picture of the day: Female job applicants objectified

Ten days ago, MOT reported a Chinese company hiring only C-cup virgins to be its tea-leaf pickers. On April 24, China Eastern Airline’s human resources division meticulously examined applicants for the flight attendant job. They picked at applicants’ “faults” of appearances, including thick eyebrows, loose hair and muscular calves. The picture shows an examiner points [...]

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April 26, 2011One Comment

Picture of the day: Chinese rich and poor exchange glances

A migrant worker from a rural region pulling a wooden cart was gazing at a man driving a convertible Beetle when the car owner also turned his head and looked back at the worker. (Picked from MOP)

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April 25, 20112 Comments

Picture of the day: Smile of a dead river porpoise indigenous to China

A finless porpoise died with a gentle smile on its face. A heartbroken staff member at an animal rescue center wept at the sad sight. Yangtze finless porpoise, or locally known as river pig (jiang tun 江豚), is on the verge of extinction. Human activities, such as industrial wastewater discharge, fishing, transportation, and dam construction, [...]

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April 23, 20116 Comments

Picture of the day: Chinese actress publicizes her boob job

Young emerging actress Chen Meixing (陈美行) has recently admitted in her blog that she has just undergone a breast augmentation surgery and posted pictures of the surgery process. Her confession has attracted much media and public attention. Chen Meixing said in a interview that it was for viewers that she got breast implants, “Actresses should [...]

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April 22, 2011One Comment

Picture of the day: Come-and-go of Confucius

A mammoth sculpture of the ancient philosopher Confucius was unveiled in early January off one side of highly symbolic Tiananmen Square. China watchers and media home and abroad paid much attention to it as it could signal that the authorities is preaching Confucianism. However, Wednesday night, the sculpture was gone. The sudden disappearance once again led to [...]

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April 21, 20113 Comments

Picture of the day: Foreigner WIN

At this spring’s Canton Fair, a foreign visitor wiped off sweat from a security guard with paper tissue. (Picked from MOP) Held in the spring and autumn seasons each year in Guangzhou, the capital city of southern Guangdong province, the Canton Fair is China’s largest trade fair . Its full name is China Import and Export Fair.  

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April 19, 20113 Comments

Picture of the day: Plainclothes policeman FAIL

Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, as a “hotbed” for protests and demonstrations, has the tightest security in the nation. A large number policemen, including plainclothes, are posted in the square and nearby to keep every person under scrutiny. A microblog user uploaded a picture of a man in the square who looks so obscure and ordinary but [...]

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April 18, 2011No Comments

Picture of the day: Shuanghui dumps tons of meat products into landfill amid food additive scandal

Shuanghui Group, China’s largest meat processor, is having a crisis after illegal additive was found in its meat products. Its ham sausages, the company’s most popular and one of China’s most consumed cold cuts, had been put off shelf for more than 20 days. The financial loss is estimated at millions of Chinese yuan. The [...]

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April 13, 20112 Comments

Picture of the day: Heaven and earth in Chinese hospital

In Zhengzhou People’s Hospital’s In-Patient Department has two types of ward: ordinary and luxury ward. Luxury ward is a suite equipped with refrigerator, microwave oven, LCD TV, leather sofa, broadband, water cooler, luxury bed and 24-hour hot water supply. Nurses kept mum about who can live in these wards, and only disclosed that approval from [...]

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April 12, 2011One Comment

Picture of the day: Standoff between traffic police and an ambulance

On the morning of April 9, traffic on a thoroughfare of Changchun, capital city of northeastern Jilin province, came to a halt. Some big shot had came to make an inspection of the city, and the traffic police ordered vehicles to make way for the powerful official. An ambulance transporting a patient stopped at the [...]

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April 10, 20112 Comments

Picture of the day: Condom found in swill-cooked oil intended for Chinese diners

Unscrupulous businesses fish out the stinking hogwash from urban sewages and gutters and turn it into the clear-looking “edible” oil headed for tables of Chinese restaurants. As if it were not gross enough, a condom was found in unprocessed swill oil.

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April 9, 20112 Comments

Picture of the day: Playing mahjong on flight

Airbus China announced that square mahjong tables will be erected in place of round tables in the company’s new business class cabins to cater to Chinese business people’s recreations. The cabins will be named “Phoenix.” The color theme is wine red, which symbolizes good fortune and joy.  Flyers can also sing karaoke in the Phoenix cabin. [...]

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April 8, 2011No Comments

Picture of the day: Shuanghui manager munches ham sausage to prove food safety

Shuanghui Group, China’s largest meat processor, is having a crisis after illegal additive was found in its meat products. Its ham sausages, the company’s most popular and one of China’s most consumed cold cuts, had been put off shelf for more than 20 days. The financial loss is estimated at millions of Chinese yuan. On [...]

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April 7, 20112 Comments

Picture of the day: Mao lookalike surrounded by onlookers

On April 5, a man, who resembles Mao Zedong and was wearing his trademark Mao suit, appeared in Beijing Tiananmen Square.  Curious onlookers surrounded him and took picture with him.

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April 5, 20119 Comments

Picture of the day: Women’s panda shorts in vogue in China

Chinese netizens: “I want to feed my bamboo to them.” (Picked from MOP) Selected comments from MOP: 爬处来的小僵尸:I feel like feeding them bamboo. 如梦醉浮生001:So cute 江山如画人间如梦:wawawawawa 狼妖小小:Fierce. 秋刀恨:Kawaii (Japanese word for cute.) 摩羯荣:Hehe, first time of jizz in the front… 冒牌的楼主:Not enough bamboos. Everybody comes to help! 人品测速器:I want to feed bamboo. Yes or no!!! [...]

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April 5, 20115 Comments

April 2, 20112 Comments

April 1, 2011No Comments