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2012/03/31

Johnny Kung Fu Official Trailer for Nintendo 3DS eShop

-A white guy doing Kung Fu? 

Coming Soon for the Nintendo 3DS eShop!!

Johnny Kung Fu is an action game that fuses the old and the new in a unique package you won't soon forget!

The evil Mr. Wang Gang has kidnapped Johnny's girlfriend! Become the situational Kung Fu expert and rescue her! Will Johnny be able to save her? Or will the Mr. Wang Gang prevail?

For more info and games, visit
http://www.ufointeractivegames.com
http://youtu.be/Pu38dFvxAhI

Here we go again: 3 Year Old Guangzhou Child Hit TWICE by a School Bus, Boy in Critical Condition, Might need Amputation




校车司机撞倒3岁男童下车查看后从其身上碾过_扬子晚报网:

贾龙飞回忆说,当时,博海小学的一辆校巴有不少学生从车上下来,学生下车后司机掉头往前开。“我看见校车突然冲着路边开过来,就在那一刹那,我儿子一下子就被卷入车底,后来校车的后轮还压在了孩子身上。”

事故发生后,贾龙飞和周围的路人赶紧叫住还在往前行驶的校车司机。贾龙飞说:“当时,司机停下车从车上下来看了看车轮下面的孩子,之后,他竟然上车把车子往前又开了大约半米,把车子从孩子身上碾过。”

The Driver hit the 3 year old child and then got out took a look at the bloody child and got back in the bus and drove forward over the child again.

校车司机撞倒3岁男童下车查看后从其身上碾过_宁波资讯_互联资讯_宁波互联天地_活力风尚的城市生活门户:

校车司机撞倒3岁童下车查看后从其身上碾过(图)_新闻台_中国网络电视台:


广州校车司机撞倒3岁男童下车查看后从其身上碾过 - 楚网 荆州新闻门户网:

Similar to this story back in October of 2011 of the little girl hit by a car and nobody helped her.

Apple's Foxconn Workers Want To Work More

-RIGHT ON Business Insider! Right on! 

One of the FLA's biggest findings was "overwork." In peak manufacturing periods, Foxconn employees worked long hours with minimal time off. As a result, the FLA has demanded that Foxconn hire more workers and build more worker dorms, so this practice will stop.

But here's the thing...

According to the FLA findings, at least, Foxconn's workers actually don't work ridiculously long hours. More importantly, by and large, Foxconn's workers want to work more.

Why do Foxconn's workers want to work more?

Because they want to make more money.


And working more, not less, is something that many workers the world over voluntarily choose to do--or have to do to earn enough money to live. And the latter problem is not just limited to China. Many Americans, for example--the folks who are lecturing Chinese about their working conditions--work two or more jobs to make ends meet, despite being paid well more than minimum wage. This hard work, moreover, is especially common in short bursts, when teams are trying to finish important projects, just the way it is at Foxconn.

And, in most places, this ambition and gumption is admired, not scorned.

Apple's Foxconn Workers Want To Work More:

No Saints - Chinese restaurant scene

-Don't mess with this guy... 

Henry Hayashi as Sha Fang the cannibal.
http://youtu.be/0o-qdvlfcUc

China arrests over coup rumours -BBC

-and the stock plunges. 

Chinese police have arrested six people and shut 16 websites after rumours were spread that military vehicles were on the streets of Beijing, officials say.

The web posts were picked up last week by media outlets around the world, amid uncertainty caused by the ouster of top political leader Bo Xilai.

The State Internet Information Office (SIIO) said the rumours had a "very bad influence on the public".

Two popular microblogs have temporarily stopped users from posting comments.

The two sites, Sina Weibo and Tencent Weibo, are still letting people post to their own sites. But they said commenting on other people's posts would be disabled between 31 March and 3 April, so they "could act to stop the spread of rumours".

Could China's One Child Policy be coming to the West? Really Smart People are advocating for it.


This is the shocking face of China’s brutal one child policy which many academics and pressure groups are now calling to be imposed in the west – the image shows a 9 month old baby lying dead in a bucket, forcibly aborted by Chinese family planning authorities in the town of Moshan, Shandong province.
Because the parents of the baby already had a child, they were hunted down and forced to comply with China’s draconian one child policy. The mother was injected with a poison that induced an abortion, but after the baby was “pulled out inhumanly like a piece of meat,” it was still alive and began to cry before doctors slung the defenseless child into a bucket and left it to die.



From the really smart Diane Francis at the Financial Post in December of 2009:
 "The "inconvenient truth" overhanging the UN's Copenhagen conference is not that the climate is warming or cooling, but that humans are overpopulating the world. A planetary law, such as China's one-child policy, is the only way to reverse the disastrous global birthrate currently, which is one million births every four days. The world's other species, vegetation, resources, oceans, arable land, water supplies and atmosphere are being destroyed and pushed out of existence as a result of humanity's soaring reproduction rate. Ironically, China, despite its dirty coal plants, is the world's leader in terms of fashioning policy to combat environmental degradation, thanks to its one-child-only edict."

The real inconvenient truth

-All I can say... YOU FIRST Ms. Francis! 

Do People on Twitter Love China? 9 Tweets about Loving China

-So much love for China!

Bo Xilai, Chinese politician a victim of 'smear campaign'? 9 Tweets about Bo Xilai

-Where's Wang Lijun in all this??  

Relatives of a former high ranking Chinese politician Bo Xilai say he is the victim of a smear campaign. Bo was fired from his post as Communist Party Secretary of the Chongqing municipality. And he has not been seen since. Melissa Chan reports.
http://youtu.be/ZfG3jK0GJGU

2012/03/30

Chinese build record breaking bridge

-Obama would like this infrastructure project. 

The world's highest, longest tunnel-to-tunnel bridge called Aizhai is set to open in China.
http://youtu.be/VfEftIiICYM

China Province News: Expensive Weddings in Shanxi, Caves in Shaanxi, Turtles in Hainan, Shandong Dogs, Rescuing Dogs in Jiangsu, Dragon Ghost Hunter in Liaoning, Wild Animals in Shandong, War Veterans in Yunnan

Coal Miner's Daughter, Chinese Style: Media Rips Rumored $11 Mln Wedding - Forbes:

Chinese cave homes: So hot right now | MNN - Mother Nature Network:

Photo Courtesy of 911 Turtle via Hawaii 24/7
Satellite-tagged sea turtle released in Hainan | Hawaii 24/7:

What China's Talking About Today: Do Police 'Wanna Eat Dog Meat'? - Massoud Hayoun - International - The Atlantic:

Headed For The Butcher, Chinese Dogs Are Rescued : NPR:
Fossil Of 'Dragon Ghost Hunter' Flying Reptile Unearthed In China
Photo Courtesy of Asian Scientist
Fossil Of ‘Dragon Ghost Hunter’ Flying Reptile Unearthed In China: Asian Scientis

Shandong sees another wild animal attack - China.org.cn:

For China’s Rehabilitated War Veterans, a Long Road Home | Global Spin | TIME.com:


An American Spy (in China)


-High level Chinese gov't people in the CIA? 
An American Spy
In Olen Steinhauer’s bestseller The Tourist, reluctant CIA agent Milo Weaver uncovered a conspiracy linking the Chinese government to the highest reaches of the American intelligence community, including his own Department of Tourism---the most clandestine department in the Company. The shocking blowback arrived in the Hammett Award--winning The Nearest Exit when the Department of Tourism was almost completely wiped out as the result of an even more insidious plot.

Following on the heels of these two spectacular novels comes An American Spy, Olen Steinhauer’s most stunning thriller yet. With only a handful of “tourists”---CIA-trained assassins---left, Weaver would like to move on and use this as an opportunity to regain a normal life, a life focused on his family. His former boss in the CIA, Alan Drummond, can’t let it go. When Alan uses one of Milo’s compromised aliases to travel to London and then disappears, calling all kinds of attention to his actions, Milo can’t help but go in search of him.

An American Spy

Hear an interview with the author on the great podcast Coffee and Markets!

Gallup Event: China's Growing Pains From Economic Progress

-Really interesting talk about polling in China. 

Gallup Senior Research Consultant for China Tao Wu, Ph.D., and Regional Research Director for Asia and the Middle East Rajesh Srinivasan, Ph.D., addressed Chinese residents' wellbeing and economic disparities between China's haves and have-nots at an event held on March 27, 2012, at Gallup's world headquarters in Washington D.C.
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UPS: That's Logistics - TV Spot: Chinese

-Love the song.

Everybody loves something. We love logistics. We love its precision, its epic scale, its ability to make life better for billions of people. Each day, our customers count on us to choreograph a ballet of infinite complexity played across skies, oceans and borders. And we do. What's not to love?

人人喜好不同,各有所鍾。我們鍾情於物流。我們喜愛物流的精準,空前的規模,能讓數十億人的生活更佳美好。我們的客戶每一天都依靠著我們,越過天際、海洋和邊界,編排出一­場最為複雜的「遞送」之舞。我們確實做到了。有什麼不能去愛?
http://youtu.be/c0sNJihhE7s

Exclusive: Iran helps Syria ship oil to China, Chinese Spokeswoman: "I've Never Heard About This."

-This is news apparently.  
(Reuters) - Iran is helping its ally Syria defy Western sanctions by providing a vessel to ship Syrian oil to a state-run company in China, potentially giving the government of President Bashar al-Assad a financial boost worth an estimated $80 million.

China has also shielded Assad from foreign intervention, vetoing two Western-backed resolutions at the United Nations over the bloodshed, and is not bound by Western sanctions against Syria, its oil sector and state oil firm Sytrol.

"The Syrians planned to sell the oil directly to the Chinese but they could not find a vessel," said an industry source who added that he had been asked to help Sytrol execute the deal but did not take part.

The source named the Chinese buyer as Zhuhai Zhenrong Corp, a state-run company hit by U.S. sanctions in January.

A Zhuhai Zhenrong spokeswoman said: "I've never heard about this." She declined further comment.

Exclusive: Iran helps Syria ship oil to China: sources | Reuters:

Foreign Language (Chinese) Couple - Honda Really Big Sales Event TV

-Great ad. Great ad. Great ad. Love it. 

During Honda's Really Big Sales Event, huge inventory at your Honda dealer means huge savings for you. Check out the five Really Big Sales Event TV commercials featured here! The Really Big Sales Event. Real deals, big inventory. Now. At your Honda dealer.
Found via Twitter from Next Step China http://youtu.be/O6NV6xFLFks

Urine-soaked eggs a spring taste treat in China city AND 9 Hilarious Twitter Reactions!

-"It's not an Easter Egg!" -Bucky. 

DONGYANG, China (Reuters) - It's the end of a school day in the eastern Chinese city of Dongyang, and eager parents collect their children after a hectic day of primary school.

But that's just the start of busy times for dozens of egg vendors across the city, deep in coastal Zhejiang province, who ready themselves to cook up a unique springtime snack favored by local residents.

Basins and buckets of boys' urine are collected from primary school toilets. It is the key ingredient in "virgin boy eggs", a local tradition of soaking and cooking eggs in the urine of young boys, preferably below the age of 10.

There is no good explanation for why it has to be boys' urine, just that it has been so for centuries.

The scent of these eggs being cooked in pots of urine is unmistakable as people pass the many street vendors in Dongyang who sell it, claiming it has remarkable health properties.

"If you eat this, you will not get heat stroke. These eggs cooked in urine are fragrant," said Ge Yaohua, 51, who owns one of the more popular "virgin boy eggs" stalls.
"They are good for your health. Our family has them for every meal. In Dongyang, every family likes eating them."

It takes nearly an entire day to make these unique eggs, starting off by soaking and then boiling raw eggs in a pot of urine. After that, the shells of the hard-boiled eggs are cracked and they continue to simmer in urine for hours.

Vendors have to keep pouring urine into the pot and controlling the fire to keep the eggs from being overheated and overcooked.

Ge said he has been making the snack, popular due to its fresh and salty taste, for more than 20 years. Each egg goes for 1.50 yuan ($0.24), a little more than twice the price of the regular eggs he also sells.

Many Dongyang residents, young and old, said they believed in the tradition passed on by their ancestors that the eggs decrease body heat, promote better blood circulation and just generally reinvigorate the body.

"By eating these eggs, we will not have any pain in our waists, legs and joints. Also, you will have more energy when you work," said Li Yangzhen, 59, who bought 20 eggs from Ge.

The eggs are not bought only at street stalls. Local residents are also known to personally collect boys' urine from nearby schools to cook the delicacy in their homes.
The popularity of the treat has led the local government to list the "virgin boy eggs" as an intangible cultural heritage.

But not everyone is a fan. Chinese medical experts gave mixed reviews about the health benefits of the practice, with some warning about sanitary issues surrounding the use of urine to cook the eggs.

Some Dongyang residents also said they hated the eggs.
"We have this tradition in Dongyang that these eggs are good for our health and that it would help prevent things like getting a cold," said Wang Junxing, 38. "I don't believe in all this, so I do not eat them."

http://news.yahoo.com/urine-soaked-eggs-spring-taste-treat-china-city-1008274...
http://youtu.be/3Yk8taJtPXs

Skate Rock China by THRASHER!

-VERY FOUL LANGUAGE and VERY BAD BEHAVIOR! But still a cool video in China. 

This is one of the wildest trips we've been on. Phelps, Figgy, Dustin, Nuge, TNT, and too many other dudes to name.
http://youtu.be/hi38kSo48gw

2012/03/29

An American Adman in China: A Culture of Loss - An American Selling Fast Food in China

-Good Luck! 

Sunshine from American Buffalo on Vimeo.
An American advertising producer in Shanghai tries to sell fast food to the Chinese. An endearing portrait of a modern day "Mad Man."

Directed, Photographed & Edited by Doug Nichol
Music by Richard Hair

Official Selection:
True/False Film Festival, DOCNYC, Mill Valley Film Festival, Palm Springs, LA Shorts Fest, SF DocFest, Hot Springs Documentary Festival, Big Apple Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival, SF Shorts


Found via
Culture of Loss: An American Adman in China | Adweek:

Power Walking with a Turtle in China

-Those kids are pounding the poor turtle! 

Tortoise gets taken for walks in Nanning, south China
Laosi loves to go for walks through the city of Nanning, waiting by the door until its owner takes it out. Report by Sam Datta-Paulin.
http://youtu.be/RFhJ3eZb2k0

HuffPo China Round Up: Raiding Christian Newspapers, the Chinese like JOHN CARTER? and Virgin Boy Eggs?

-The Christians were eating eggs while watching bootleg JOHN CARTER DVDs!
 
Chinese Police Raid Underground Christian Newspapers In Latest 'House Church ...
Huffington Post
Chinese police raided the offices of two underground Christian newspapers on Monday and seized four prominent staff members who are still missing, the Texas-based Christian rights group ChinaAid reports. The publications, A Kernel of Wheat and A
 
'John Carter': China Box Office Surprisingly Strong
Huffington Post
"John Carter" may have bombed at the US box office and in some foreign markets, but not in China. According to Filmbiz.asia, Disney's sci-fi Mars extravaganza has scored $29.8 million dollar total in 10 days in China. "John Carter's" opening weekend
 
'Virgin Boy Eggs' Cooked In Urine Are Spring Delicacy In Dongyang, China
Huffington Post
By Royston Chan DONGYANG, China (Reuters) - It's the end of a school day in the eastern Chinese city of Dongyang, and eager parents collect their children after a hectic day of primary school. But that's just the start of busy times for dozens of egg

Document the Women's World Boxing Championships in China


THANK YOU TO MY WONDERFUL DONORS FOR PUTTING ME OVER MY MINIMUM! My actual project costs will be about $3,500, so if you're thinking about donating, please do, as I can very much use help with hotel, food, and ground transportation costs. But I've got my plane ticket, so the hardest part is done!

This is the first year that women's boxing is an Olympic sport. With its inclusion, the 2012 Summer Games will be the first in history to have gender parity! I've been honored to follow the US women as they vie for spots in the Olympic ring.

The AIBA Women's World Championships in Qinhuangdao, China this May will determine which 36 women from around the world advance to compete in London. The US has three strong contenders in our Olympic Trials winners: middleweight Claressa Shields (the 16-yr-old phenom from Flint, Michigan), lightweight Queen Underwood (soulful survivor and moral center of the team), and flyweight Marlen Esparza (the cocky boxer-puncher), but these three will face tough competition from countries with outstanding women's programs, including China, Korea, Canada, Russia, and Poland.

I'll spend my time in China interviewing the fighters, trainers and local characters. I'll attend all the fights and watch the teams train. My daily blog updates will capture the narratives both inside and outside the ring. I did this recently from the US Olympic Trials in Spokane via the Huffington Post:

Day 1: The Draw. Day 2: What Boxing Needs. Day 3: Boxing Love. Day 4: The Trainers. Day 5: Weigh In. Day 6: The Kalispel Tribe. Day 7: Parting Shots.

I'll also work the material into a longer essay for the Threepenny Review that examines issues of gender in boxing, including the controversial issue of what women should wear in the ring. I'm hoping to follow the team to London as well.

I've gotten my nose bloodied in Madison Square Garden, my clock cleaned in Montreal, and I've briefly been the amateur featherweight champion of New York, all of which makes me uniquely qualified to document this historic moment. The great AJ Liebling wrote, "A boxer, like a writer, must stand alone." But this writer needs your help.
http://youtu.be/W342jSo6I6A

Apple gadget maker has 'significant' labor issues: audit - Yahoo!

-Mike Daisy is still wrong! 

Workplace abuses were uncovered in an audit that equated to "a full body scan" of three Chinese factories pumping out covetedApple gadgets, independent investigators reported on Thursday.

Employees at each of the factories had exceeded a work-week limit of 76 hours set by Chinese law and, in some cases, worked more than seven days straight without a required 24-hour break, according to the Fair Labor Association.

"The Fair Labor Association gave Apple's largest supplier the equivalent of a full-body scan through 3,000 staff hours investigating three of its factories and surveying more than 35,000workers," said FLA president Auret van Heerden.Apple gadget maker has 'significant' labor issues: audit - Yahoo! News Canada:

Chinese Happy Happiness Character Pewter Pendant Necklace

Chinese Happy Happiness Character Pewter Pendant Necklace

The Chinese happiness character is drawn from the symbols of a plowed field, a mouth, and harmony with heaven; this reminds us that the sun, the moon, and the stars reveal transcendental things. Chinese symbols are more than just a written from of the language. They are powerful talismans that embody what they signify. People forever have wished for fortune, wealth, health, happiness and so on and by wearing talismans such as this they can inspire that fortune.

Highly detailed. This piece is a fine crafted pewter pendant necklace. It is made from the highest quality 100% pewter inside and out. Nickle-free. Comes ready to wear with a jewelry black rope necklace or you could put it on your favorite chain.



How China's New Love Affair with US Private Schools Is Changing Them Both

-As Chinese students flood private American high schools, aided by high-priced "consultants," they are changing concepts of success and security back home, and leading ambitious schools to seek out more of the eager (and often full-paying) mainlanders.


Just a few years ago, American private high schools seemed as distant to Chinese families conceptually as they are geographically. On Zhao Weibo's application list is Deerfield Academy, where I studied from 2005 to 2007. When I applied, I had to fly three hours from Beijing to Hong Kong for the mandatory interview; the 600-student boarding school tucked in rural Massachusetts didn't bother to hold information sessions on the mainland. China, though the world's most populous country, didn't have enough interested students. When I eventually decided to attend, my classmates were baffled. Parents' friends urged me to reconsider. Why give up a coveted spot in a competitive Chinese high school, they asked, in exchange for a school of unknown reputation thousands of miles away?

How China's New Love Affair with U.S. Private Schools Is Changing Them Both - Helen Gao - International - The Atlantic:

Pyramid UFO sets fire to a Beijing skyscaper in 2009? Footage just released.

-That explains it! 

Pyramid UFO sets fire to a Beijing skyscraper in 2009? Footage just released.

This footage purports to show a pyramid UFO hovering in the background as a skyscraper in Beijing burns. The event took place on Feb 9. 2009 however the footage has just come to light.
http://youtu.be/xm9OFB16qiQ

The Life of a Chinese Firefighter | The World of Chinese

-Firefighters study politics? only in China.  

Train. Study. Eat. Train. Sleep. That is the life of a fireman in China. It may sound a lot like the army because, well, it is. Firemen are a branch of the military service in China and aren’t only responsible for putting out fires. The gruff officers here are raising these young men to be a collective unit of people who can work together through the worst natural disasters. During their days in the firehouse, they study politics, philosophy and military science.

The Life of a Chinese Firefighter | The World of Chinese:

China Property Market Tweets - Boom or Bust?

-Some are freaking out some aren't! 

Follow them on Twitter! @veritech @rightsite @MdeGrandi @PropSolScot @nickcentric @tenderbite007 @Simon_Nixon @RichardJWood

sidewalk barber in shanghai

-20 minutes and he didn't finish? where's part 2??? 

I wanted to get my head shaved, but could not get the idea across. Ended up with just got a short hair cut
http://youtu.be/DSyQYnBRT30

2012/03/28

什么是微博?What is Sina Weibo? or Watch Obama's Head Explode!


This is a commercial, all in Chinese, for the popular Sina Weibo or Microblogging or (twitter) in China.

Chinese twins seek historic sex change

-They don't want publicity? Too late.
 
Two young Chinese women undergoing sex-change surgery at a Shanghai hospital are hoping to be the first twins in the country to change their gender, a state-backed newspaper said Wednesday. The 25-year-old sisters from the ...

The paper quoted one of the twins as saying they did not want any publicity, fearing they would lose their jobs.  The two sisters dress in male clothing, never wearing skirts or growing their hair long, the newspaper said. They both attended the same schools and university.  The hospital put them through medical and psychological tests before agreeing to perform the surgeries, it said.  Under Chinese law, their legal gender will remain female until they complete the surgical procedures and apply for a change to their status, the newspaper said.
 
Chinese twins seek historic sex change | The Raw Story
By Agence France-Presse
The Raw Story

Chinese Student Punished for Calling Singaporeans 'Dogs,' Scholarship Rescinded.

-First Hong Kong, now Singapore. Nice China!
 
A Chinese university student in Singapore has been fined and ordered to perform community service for calling Singaporeans "dogs" in a microblog. In addition to three months community service and a fine of Sg$3000 ($2374), Sun Xu, a 25-year-old senior

Last month, Sun enraged Singaporeans by posting on popular Chinese microblogging site Weibo that "there are more dogs than people" in the city-state, whose resident population is 74 percent ethnic Chinese.

In his post, the mechanical engineering student expressed annoyance at elderly Singaporeans who stared at him or scolded him when he accidentally bumped into them in public places.

Reactions online to Sun's punishment were split, with some netizens saying it was sufficient and others demanding harsher penalties.

"No, it isn't enough. We want NUS to expel him and pay back all the $ spent on him," reader David S.C. Wong posted on the Channel NewsAsia.

But NUS law undergraduate Eddy Hirono said Sun's punishment was fair.
 

Silver Love Chinese Character Pendant Jewelry

Silver Love Chinese Character Pendant Jewelry

"Often, we hear people say, "Honey, I love you with all my heart!" Sir Phillip Sidney wrote "My true love hath my heart." Also, have heard that Jesus said, "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul?" It is the most important commandment of all.

It is no doubt how closely love and heart are related. Guess what? When you pay close attention to the Chinese character, or hanzi, for Love you will notice a heart right in the middle of it! Amazing, isn't it? Also, it is very easy to pronounce. It sounds like the English word "I" or "eye", in both Mandarin Chinese and Japanese."

Jewelry Information
Brand Name Hawaiian Silver Jewelry
Metal stamp 925 Sterling
Metal Sterling silver
Height 21 millimeters
Width 20 millimeters


I Believe! 我相信 - 十年春晚舞美总设计陈岩

-I believe this is silly. 

陈岩,1998-2012年央视春节联欢晚会美术总设计。2012年春晚他如何把舞台变成《阿凡达》中的潘多拉星球?11年他如何在同一个演播大厅花样翻新?中国顶尖的舞­美总设计师在国外送报纸的生活有哪些温情的回忆?为2008年北京奥运会开幕式他承受了多大的身心压力?
海外用户免费收看大陆视频节目
http://youtu.be/21w81cIIBBY

New York to China in 2 Hours!? Welcome to the Future

-Not so realistic! 


The future of travel will supposedly be cheaper, safer and greener than our current systems. The Evacuated Tube Transport, or ET3, is a design in which capsules are shot through tubes at 4000 miles an hour. That's New York to China in only two hours! Patrick Jones says it sounds good -- on paper.
http://youtu.be/i09_-pjxxI4

Roger Federer's Chinese TV commercial for Mercedes Benz M Class

-Nice commercial, but what is he famous for? 
http://youtu.be/jOpQb4uPC3g

Real Life Kung Fu Fight on the Subway in China I think!

-at least they didn't hit the lady! 

See the real Kung Fu street fight on the train in action.
http://youtu.be/-RnAW2MLpu4
Found on Twitter.

New Chinese Internet Word: Are you a 屌丝 Diǎo sī?

你是屌丝吗?(网友总结的屌丝特征)
User summary " Diǎo sī " features

●身高:1米68是极限;
● Height: 1 meter 68 is the limit;

●收入:一线城市不超过2,000元(1人民币约0.159美元,下同),二线三线不超过1,500元;
● income: first-tier cities of more than 2,000 yuan (1 yuan is about $ 0.159, the same below), the second-tier line of not more than $ 1,500; 


●手机:华为、NOKIA5230、5233、金立、天宇、山寨机;
● Phone: Huawei, NOKIA5230, 5233, Gionee, Sky, the cottage;

●长相:2分-4分;
● Appearance: 2-4 points our of 10

●饮料:康师傅系列、脉动、鲜橙多、快活林;
● Beverage: Kangshifu drinks, Blue drink pictured below, orange crap pictured below

●食品:康师傅系列、鸡蛋灌饼、豆浆、油条、包子、馒头、牛肉面、回锅肉炒饭;
● Food: Kangshifu Convenient Noodles (see below), eggs, pie filling, soy milk, fried dough sticks, steamed buns, bread, beef noodle soup, twice-cooked pork fried rice;

●发型:平头,刘海很长或奇形怪状的发型,碎发;
● hairstyle: long flat head, bangs or bizarre hair, broken hair;

●衣服鞋子:真维斯、李宁、德尔惠、乔丹、361度、地摊货、淘宝便宜货;
● clothes and shoes: Jeanswest, Li Ning, Del benefits, Jordan, 361 degrees, spread the goods, Taobao bargain;

●在现实生活中屡屡受挫,在网上就装牛逼,不管政治、医学、体育,还是天文,都是“专家”,并且爱说:我以前怎么怎么样,或我在××干了××年;
● In real life, hide their frustration from online life, they pretend to be so cool and knowledgeable or (Niubi) in  politics, medicine, sports, or astronomy. Often say, "Long time ago I blah blah" or "I worked in XX company for XX years."

●胆小猥琐,看见7分女就脸红,不敢说话;
● timid and insignificant, see a female that ranks 7 points (out of 10) they begin to blush, afraid to speak;

●无女友;
● no girlfriend;

●坐位置一定要选在后面,迟到了总想从后门进,害怕“高帅富”和“女神”的眼光;
● sitting position must be selected in the back, late always wanted from the back door, afraid of Gao Shuai Fu "and" the vision of the Goddess ";


●讨厌别人用照相机拍自己;
● hate people with a camera taking pictures of them

●不敢进入高档的美发屋和装修华丽的地方,进星巴克手都不知道放哪好;
● did not dare to enter the high-end salon or beautifully decorated places, at Starbucks they don't know where to put their hands.

●在生活中充当小丑类角色;
● act as the role of the clown class in life;

●不敢穿颜色鲜艳的衣服,也不敢穿戴特别潮的衣服和饰品;
dare not wear brightly colored clothes, also do not dare to wear fashionable clothes and jewelry;

●喜欢看小说,特别是YY小说、休闲小说。经常把自己幻想成小说或者电影里的英雄;
● love reading novels, especially Fantasy novels, leisure novel. Often and imagine a novel or movie heroes;

●没有特长,平平淡淡;
No expertise.  A flat experience (common person)

●不爱运动,要么瘦得和狗一样,要么肥得坐下肚子的肉要堆三层;
● do not love sports, they are either as thin as a dog or so fat their belly has 3 rolls

●自己觉得自己最牛逼,先知先觉,大智大勇,别人都是2B,看不透的SB,其实自己才是SB;
● feel themselves are very Niubi, with great foresight, wisdom and courage, others are 2B (fools), they see through the SB (dumbasses), but in fact, they themselves are SB (dumbasses)

●历史、政治考不及格,还经常到网上侃历史和政治,仿佛自己是学者;
● failed at history and politics classes, but often go to the history and politics online discussion and act as a scholar


●拥有“美国梦”( 留学,出国,移民),但只能是做梦。
● have the "American Dream" (study abroad, immigration), but only a dream.

found:
“屌丝”网络异样蹿红 掀中国庶民文化焦虑(图) - wenxuecity.com:
English translation from Google with a little help from the ChinaStories.net editors! 

2012/03/27

How To Use Chopsticks -VideoJug

-I'm lost. 


How To Use Chopsticks

Eating with chopsticks can be intimidating, especially for those who haven't learned to use them from a young age. In this film we show you the basics of using chopsticks in the Chinese method.Eating with chopsticks can be intimidating, especially for those who haven't learned to use them from a young age. In this film we show you the basics of using chopsticks in the Chinese method.

Step 1: Holding the chopsticks

The important thing with chopsticks is that you find a method of holding them that allows you to eat easily and comfortably. Traditionally chopsticks are always held in the right hand, but this is not set in stone so you can adapt this method to suit your own requirements. If you're using wooden chopsticks, start by rubbing them together to rub off any loose splinters. When learning to hold chopsticks, it is helpful to place them into your hand one at a time. Lay the first chopstick between the base of your thumb and the tip of your ring finger, with the narrow end pointing away from you. It should be able to lay there comfortably. Then take hold of the second chopstick between the tip of your thumb and index finger. Practice a pinching movement with the chopsticks by moving the top chopstick down toward the bottom one. Although it customary to use the middle finger to grip the top chopstick, some people find it easier to use the middle finger on the bottom chopstick. When first learning to use chopsticks it may be easier to hold them towards the front, the narrow end, but as you become more confident you should hold them closer to the back at the broad ends. Also, as you become more experienced, you will be able to pick the chopsticks up and get them into position with one movement of your right hand, not involving the left hand at all. If you've picked up your chopsticks and the ends are uneven, you can tap them on the table to get them even.

Step 2: Handling food

If you're dishing food from a shared serving bowl into your own bowl, either use a pair of serving chopsticks, or use the wider end of your own chopsticks. Never take food from a shared bowl with the narrow end of chopsticks which have been in your mouth. Chinese food, whether it's meat, fish or vegetables, is usually served in strips or cubes, so each piece can simply be picked up with the tips of the chopsticks and eaten whole. Chinese rice is prepared so that it is sticky, and can easily be picked up in clumps with chopsticks. If you're eating noodles, it is not considered rude to slurp noodles into your mouth, but if you feel more comfortable you can twist the noodles into a ball and eat it whole. At the end of the meal, or any time you need to lay your chopsticks down, lay them with narrow end on a chopstick stand. If you don't have a stand, lay them against the edge of your bowl.

Step 3: Etiquette

There are a number of ways of using chopsticks which are considered bad table manners in Chinese dining. For instance, never stick your chopsticks standing upright in a bowl of food. This mimics a Chinese funeral ritual, so it is seen as a symbol of death. Also, never stab food with the point of a chopstick - the chopsticks are designed for pinching not stabbing. Also, when dishing up from a shared serving bowl, it is considered rude to dig around for the choicest pieces, so always take the food nearest to you. It's also seen as an insult to your host if you don't finish all the food that you are given. If you are struggling to pick up the last pieces of rice in your bowl with your chopsticks, you can lift the bowl to your mouth and shovel the rice in with your chopsticks. It is considered polite to eat every last grain of rice. Enjoy!

Guardian Open Weekend: Facebook and China

-That Facebook guy speaks with his hands TOOOOO much. 

Richard Allan, Facebook's director of policy in Europe, talks with Ian Katz about Facebook's policy on expansion into China and how much access to users' details it is willing to allow

http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/series/guardian-open-weekend
http://youtu.be/ktKk8PJQrL0

China Fake and Counterfeit News: WSJ, Aviation Week, FCW, China Daily, People's Daily, Times of India, MSNBC, Nextgov, CNNGo, and ExpressAndStar

-I love the fake police website...that is hilarious!
 
Wall Street Journal (blog)
A list of what The Wall Street Journal's reporters in China are reading and watching online. (NOTE: WSJ has not verified these items and doesn't vouch for their accuracy.) * With the World Bank and others arguing that Beijing should force the country's

Chinese Counterfeit Parts Keep Flowing
Aviation Week
By Jen DiMascio The actions of Congress, the government and businesses have yet to stop the flow of counterfeit defense electronics parts from China. Last year, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) set up a fictitious company to buy electronic ...
GAO sting operation exposes pervasive counterfeit parts problem
FCW.com
GAO gained access to two platforms on which parts are bought and sold, requested quotes from numerous vendors and purchased 16 parts – all of which turned out to be fake after being tested by an independent lab. All of the 16 parts came from China.
China shuts down fake police website
China Daily
BEIJING - Chinese police said in a statement Tuesday they had shut down a fake police service website and arrested four suspects. The website was named "China Internet supervision and investigation authority" and had the address
 
Unveil fake Italian brands in China
People's Daily Online
By Wang Junxiu (China Youth Daily) The Beijing office of the Intellectual Property Rights Department of the Italian Trade Commission (ITC) recently submitted a list of 30 brands to China's State Intellectual Property Office, saying that these brands
 
UK border force let in 50k fake students
Times of India
Fake applications fuelled surge in such students that include those from Bangladesh and China as well. The number of illegal immigrants, who pretended to be students, is more than ten times previous estimates. Immigration officials tried tightening the
 
Romney doesn't know how to fake foreign policy acumen
msnbc.com (blog)
"Oddly, before calling Russia our number one foe, he issued a foreign policy white paper that only got around to Russia after sections on China, Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Middle East, Iran, North Korea, and Latin America. His most recent statement

Pentagon: Fake tech is a recurrent problem
Nextgov
On Monday, the Government Accountability Office reported that online vendors in China are marketing to the Pentagon suspected counterfeit electronic components. After ordering military-grade parts from online portals, government investigators
 
The drugs don't work: Asia's massive fake meds industry
CNNGo.com
China's fake med problem is a global one, however -- about 40 percent of China's estimated US$3 billion 2010 sales of counterfeit medicines, healthcare products and medical equipment last year were exported, according to a report by the United Nations ...
 
£1m rip-off over fake designer clothes racket
expressandstar.com
Hayley and Keith Horton funded a luxury lifestyle with money they made from Wags Classy Rags, which peddled thousands of fake Karen Millen dresses and other bogus designer items. The majority of dresses were imported from China and sold on auction site ...

On the Road in China – Bling is the Thing or Chinese RVs: the coolest vehicles on the road!

-I can't wait for the Chinese RV movie!

What would you do with a spare 10 million yuan burning a hole in your pocket? If you already have a house and a car – how about a "house car"- or fang che – otherwise known as an RV?

That was pretty much what some vendors had in mind at the Beijing International Recreational Vehicle and Camping Exhibition recently.

China Tips (or a Blonde's Guide to Teaching in China) By Felicia Brings

China Tips (or a Blonde's Guide to Teaching in China) By Felicia Brings

"China Tips" is Felicia Brings’ very brief compendium of practical advice to westerners who expect to travel or work in China. After writing "No Hugging in China," her quirky memoir of a half-year spent as a (self-avowed) Blonde New Yorker teaching in Guangdong Province, Ms. Brings compiled "China Tips" so that she might assist westerners in navigating the customs, manner and mores of the Chinese people and institutions. Amusing and useful at the same time, "China Tips" tackles the pressing issues most travel books don't address, like where to find coffee, how to use a lazy susan in a restaurant, what toilet paper is for, etc.

Co-author of the iconic and popular OLDER WOMEN/YOUNGER MEN, Felicia Brings was born in Munich, Germany and grew up in New York City. She taught writing at Monterey Peninsula College in California as well as at LIM in NYC. She lived and taught in China during a very tumultuous period - the buildup to the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the coldest winter ever recorded, the worst earthquake in 30 years and the biggest uprising in Tibet in 20 years. Her memoir about her experiences there, NO HUGGING IN CHINA is currently available on e-books. See the trailer and read Felicia's blog at www.nohugginginchina.com and 'like'her on facebook, 



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