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2014/09/28

Dirty MandoPop: 42 Year Old a MEI 張惠妹 Sings "Booty Call"

-Dirty girl...

太晚睡不著?想愛沒對象?
要High就跟著a MEI 節奏舞力全開

求愛別囉唆 敢愛才搖擺
a MEI偏執面 挑戰尺度無極限
接二連三 狂High放送 夜夜來電
『Booty Call』無壓解放 開心至上
強烈電波瞬間爆發 直搗你毫無防備的感官核心

『Booty Call』題材非常開心且開放的曲風,直白的Casual Sex用輕鬆輕快心情,呼應著時下感情認知的開放感,而歌詞中生動點出對生理需求上的­反應態度,著實也讓人不禁莞爾,寫進心坎的那種『對!就是這樣啊!』的回應如同電流瞬­間爆發!太晚睡不著?那就跟著a MEI的音樂節奏舞力全開!

聲動娛樂
EMI
http://youtu.be/noXlhKOFk0E

for Lyrics go to Chinese Lyrics for YOU!

How about the real definition and sample sentence from Urban Dictionary!
Zhang Mei Hui from Fan Pop

2014/09/26

Soy Sauce 101: What to buy and what's the difference?

-Yummy!

No not all soy sauces are created equal. Here's the different types of soy sauce you need to know about and how to use them.
http://youtu.be/5rWVEwNtb64

2014/09/24

Wanna Invest in Alibaba? Might want to watch this first.

-informative.

You might have heard lately about the Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba. Think of it as a giant combination of Amazon, Ebay, and PayPal. Last week, it had the biggest IPO (initial Public Offering) in history on the New York Stock Exchange, raising 25 billion dollars. On its first day of trading, Alibaba's stock prices shot up almost 40%. By the end of the day, its market value exceeded 240 billion dollars, making it the second largest internet company, and making its founder Jack Ma the richest person in China. So Alibaba seems like a great investment, right? But like almost everything involving China, it's complicated. On this episode of China Uncensored, find out why Alibaba might be a risky investment.
http://youtu.be/sqELsFQLzUY

2014/09/22

Movie Trailer: Thor Fights with Wang Lee Hom! New Hacker Movie with Chris Hemsworth and Wang Lee Hom!

-Looks cool.



A man is released from prison to help American and Chinese authorities pursue a mysterious cyber criminal. The dangerous search leads them from Chicago to Hong Kong.

Release Date: 16 January 2015
Genre: Action | Crime | Drama
Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Viola Davis, John Ortiz
Directors: Michael Mann
Writer: Michael Mann, Morgan Davis Foehl
Studio: Universal
http://youtu.be/tdaEhxlkju8

2014/09/20

Chinese Mathematician Yitang Zhang Wins $625K from the MacArthur Foundation! Mandarin Answers TOO!

-Congrats!

Yitang Zhang is a mathematician tackling truly hard questions in number theory leading to the first finite bound on a gap between prime numbers and the best possible qualitative approximation of the twin prime conjecture.

The Fellowship is a $625,000, no-strings-attached grant for individuals who have shown exceptional creativity in their work and the promise to do more. Learn more at www.macfound.org/Fellows.
http://youtu.be/M_TOW1Cjb8Q


From MacArthur Site:

Yitang Zhang is a mathematician who emerged from relative obscurity with a landmark achievement in analytic number theory: the so-called bounded prime gap, which essentially establishes that the difference in spacing between two consecutive prime numbers is, infinitely often, bounded by a fixed number. 
Prime numbers have inspired great intrigue over the last centuries, and one of the most basic unanswered questions has been the spacing between two consecutive prime numbers, or the twin prime conjecture, which states that there are infinitely many pairs of primes that differ by two. Despite many efforts at proving this conjecture, mathematicians were not able to rule out the possibility that the gaps between primes continue to expand, eventually exceeding any particular bound. Zhang’s work shows that there are infinitely many consecutive primes, or pairs of primes, closer than 70 million. In other words, as you go to larger and larger numbers, the primes will not become further and further apart—you will keep finding prime pairs that differ by less than 70 million. 
While these conjectures have no known direct applications, although some allude to possible impact in cryptography, they represent a quintessentially hard problem, an area that has frustrated generations of mathematicians. Zhang built on techniques developed by experts over the last fifty years but combined these in a masterful way to provide the best possible qualitative approximation of the twin prime conjecture. His work has generated significant collaborations across the community to expand on his effort, and within months of his discovery that number was reduced from 70 million to less than 5,000. Zhang’s impact will surely grow as he turns his focus and incredible perseverance to other truly hard questions in number theory. 
Yitang Zhang received a B.S. (1982) and M.S. (1984) from Peking University and a Ph.D. (1991) from Purdue University. Recently named a professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of New Hampshire, he worked in a wide array of positions, including as an accountant and a delivery worker, before joining the faculty of the University of New Hampshire as a lecturer in 1999. His seminal work was published in the Annals of Mathematics.- 
See more at: http://www.macfound.org/fellows/927/#sthash.RPeuoAPM.dpuf



Mathematician and 2014 MacArthur Fellow Yitang Zhang answers interview questions in Mandarin.
http://youtu.be/x7nhK4yhOLc

2014/09/19

Kickstarter: Fund this Guy's Trip to China to Drink Tea on the 5 Sacred Mountains!

-What's with the toilet mug at the end?

Discovering the beauty, culture, and people of China, one tea shop at a time.
Coming from a background of food, specifically baking and pastry, I have always loved other cultures, customs, travel, and new food and drink.

The Hua Shuan mountain in the Shaanxi providence of China is home to the first of what i hope is many, exciting adventures to taste the flavor of China! Hua Shan is one of China's 5 sacred mountains. Located at the southern most peak is a Taoist temple, now converted to a tea house. The path to the tea is accessible by foot holds carved in the mountain side, and wooden paths thousands of feet in the air, only about 1 foot wide. At times, there is nothing between you and a drop to certain death, besides your feet, a plank of wood, and a few chains to hold on to.
Any potential travel overseas is INUNDATED with potential problems; everything from missing a flight, to getting mugged on the streets of a new city. To me, the easiest way to handle all these potential hazards is to plan ahead and roll with the punches (however unlikely). Add to that the human element, video equipment, nature, and time issues, and that's a recipe for problems. What will make me hurdle conflicts as they arise, and excel is my willingness to learn and always having a plan Z! There is a way out of pretty much anything if you plan for it as a possibility, and when you go somewhere new with the desire to learn, even bad circumstances can lead to beneficial lessons.

2014/09/18

What's Wrong with America? Chinatown Bus Pioneer Fung Wah Strangled by Federal Government! SCREW ENTREPRENEURSHIP!

-INJUSTICE! INJUSTICE!

In 1993, Pei Lin Liang, an immigrant from Guangdong province and a former noodle factory deliveryman, started a local van service in New York City that would later become Fung Wah, the very first "Chinatown bus" company. Liang deserves credit for launching a revolution in "curbside busing"—in which motor coaches pick up and drop off passengers right off the street—now the fastest growing mode of intercity travel in the U.S.

Picture from http://www.shoestringmag.com/

Last March, the U.S. Department of Transportation forced Fung Wah to halt its operations, which was part of a broader safety crackdown on the industry. As Reason reported last year, the closing of Fung Wah was the result of regulatory incompetence—but an even greater injustice is what's happened in the year and a half since.

For more on the shutdown of Fung Wah, read "Why the Government Was Wrong to Shutdown Fung Wah Bus Company:" http://reason.com/archives/2013/07/16...

Taken from a ridiculous article saying we're all safer because Fung Wah is off the road but then tells of accidents where the worst injury was minor?! Nice one Brooklyn Magazine

Follow this link to read about a charter bus company in North Carolina that's in a similar predicament to Fung Wah: http://reason.com/archives/2014/03/25...

Follow this link to read about Lucky Star, a Chinatown bus operator that was forced off the road last year after federal safety inspectors issued a report on the company rife with factual inaccuracies and false charges: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles...

Follow this link to read about an October 2011 federal study that fueled the government's crackdown on the Chinatown bus industry—but used incorrect datasets and committed "statistical malpractice:"http://reason.com/archives/2013/05/07...

About 7 minutes.

Produced and narrated by Jim Epstein, with help from Joshua Swain and Todd Krainin.

Go to http://reason.com/reasontv for downloadable versions and subscribe to Reason's YouTube Channel to get automatic updates when new stories go live.
http://youtu.be/AEi1JBIJfGY

2014/09/17

IMAX Documentary: China - The Panda Adventure PLUS Behind The Scenes Documentary

-Wish I was in an IMAX theatre...

Non-profit educational purpose
Mother panda played by Tang Tang (Lin Hui's Mother)
http://youtu.be/qMF7MepbqO0

The Movie is available on Amazon!







Non-profit educational purpose
Mother panda played by Tang Tang (Lin Hui's Mother)
http://youtu.be/4ozkuVZVRWs

2014/09/16

Movie Trailer: "The Golden Era" 黄金时代 The Life Story of One of China's Famous 20th Century Female Writers

-A story needed to be told.

Tang Wei stars in "The Golden Era" 黄金时代 http://www.topchinesemovies.com/the-g...

Cast - Tang Wei, Feng Shaofeng
Director - Ann Hui
Release Date - 1 October 2014
Plot - The Golden Era recreates the life of Xiao Hong, a ground breaking and enormously talented 20th century female novelist. In the 1930’s Xiao Hong ran away from home to escape a domineering and abusive father and an arranged marriage. Xiao Hong heads for Harbin where she plans to make a life for herself unbound by the social mores of the times.

Not long after arriving, she is pregnant, dumped by her lover, left with an enormous hotel bill and facing a hotel manager who is threatening to sell her to a brothel. In desperation she writes a letter for help to the editors of the paper International Gazzette. Xiao Jun, a handsome and passionate journalist is sent by the paper to meet Xiao Hong. Moved by Xiao Hong’s spirit and free thinking, the pair fall in love and Xiao Hong begins her career as one of China’s greatest modern writers.
http://youtu.be/UNatWZ2Ynow


2014/09/15

GEICO Insurance Does China: The "NOT SO GREAT" Wall of China

-HILARIOUS!

Invaders encounter a minor inconvenience.
WOMAN 1: Huh, fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance.
WOMAN 2: Everybody knows that.
WOMAN 1: Well, did you know the Great Wall of China wasn’t always so great?
MONGOL 1: Hmmm…what should we do?
AVO: GEICO. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance.
http://youtu.be/iXKZicmIwiM

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