Set up like a cheesy Chinese soap opera, the opening scene the girl wants to kill herself because the boys keep changing cell phones. The viewer at home can't take it anymore and uses a machine gun and shoots through the TV and attempts to kill all the men in the ad. He can't complete his task and a guy watching the ad online then can't take it anymore that the guy at home in the ad watching the other ad has run out of bullets and shoots him through the computer.
Yes, it is the best cell phone commercial ever!
University Entrance Application Form Question: "Chinese" Has Now Become a Sexual Preference? 大学入学申请表:“中国人”竟成了一种性取向？
Found in the Chinese media all over!
译言网 | 大学入学申请表——“中国人”竟成了一种性取向？:
大学入学申请表:“中国人”竟成了一种性取向？(图) - wenxuecity.com:
They banned the kids! Malaysia Airlines to create no-child zone on Airbus A380s usat.ly/HLp5nt— Boston Chinatown (@BostonChinatown) April 3, 2012
@chopstixfix Well, you need to come and get lost again! Much better food this time around.— Boston Chinatown (@BostonChinatown) April 4, 2012
Living in a small space? Look what this Hong Kong designer did. It's truly Amazing. asiasociety.org/blog/asia/hong…— Boston Chinatown (@BostonChinatown) April 5, 2012
°@conradsaam: Looking for food writers for regular gig about nat'l trends in food/dining. Need a fun, accessible style. Tweet me examples.— Boston Chinatown (@BostonChinatown) April 5, 2012
Minn. waitress sues to recover $12K 'tip' usat.ly/I48ltr— Boston Chinatown (@BostonChinatown) April 5, 2012
Anime Fans will be packing the Hynes Convention from tomorrow 4/6 til Sunday! Have Fun! lockerz.com/s/198784663— Boston Chinatown (@BostonChinatown) April 5, 2012
Living in china what will I bring back? 17 Easter eggs, 5kg chocolate for my team and some family essentials.— Brian McConville (@bgmcconville) March 31, 2012
Living in China caused me to miss @NEEDTOBREATHE new videos. I come to realize this almost a year later!— Hibes(@hibsgal) March 30, 2012
But I couldn't cope living in China for a year eating horse cock and chicken foetuses and shit.— Michael (@MiggleM) March 29, 2012
Why is it hard for Nigerians living in China to develop chinese accent...but if its jand or yankee, wan week, I gatta wanna straight!— King Soj II (@theSojmeister) March 29, 2012
Hi guys and girls! I'm here to answer any questions you might have about teaching and living in China. I've been... fb.me/14Wc6FGde— TEFL Express (@TEFL_Express) March 29, 2012
#Walthamstow My back & neck are killing me. I'm in need of a massage! Know anywhere??...This is one thing miss about living in China 推拿/按摩— K.A (@Kerrie_Ahern) March 29, 2012
I've never really been much of a gear head but after living in China the last few years I really miss things like changing my own oil #fb— Shane Burkle 伯贤 (@sburkle) March 29, 2012
@somafm Living in China and you guys help me get through the workday (i.e. drowning out my Chinese co-workers). Thanks!— Jay Mendoza (@jaymendoza) March 28, 2012
【Living in China】Kung Fu Dreams 功夫梦 fb.me/1gB94sne8— Yes!Chinese! (@yyeschinese) March 29, 2012
Strange after-effect of living in China: when someone says a city has less than 10 million people, I think it's "small".— an xiao 4.7 (@anxiaostudio) March 29, 2012
Reuters China Wrap-UP: Foxconn, People's Daily IPO, Myanmar, Hackers hack Chinese Contractor, Diabetes, Sea Spats, Photography in Shanghai
BOAO, China (Reuters) - Foxconn Technology Group will keep on increasing worker salaries in China and cutting the hours of work, Chairman Terry Gou said ...
| SHANGHAI, April 5 (Reuters) - The online news portal of Chinese government mouthpiece, the People's Daily, has launched an initial public offering in Shanghai, aiming to raise about 527 million yuan ($83.6 million). People.cn Co Ltd will sell 69.1
China calls for all Myanmar sanctions to go after poll
| BEIJING, April 5 (Reuters) - China called on Thursday for all sanctions on Myanmar to be lifted following Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi's by-election victory at the weekend, a poll result it said it hoped would be good for the country's
The hacker, who uses the name Hardcore Charlie and said he was a friend of Hector Xavier Monsegur, the leader-turned- informant of the activist hacking group, LulzSec, told Reuters he got inside Beijing-based China National Import & Export Corp (CEIEC)
By Kerry Grens | NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The more common type of diabetes in China grew by 30 percent in just seven years, according to a new survey of thousands of Shanghai residents. The curse of affluence appears to be affecting China as it has
China has agreed to work with ASEAN on formulating a binding "code of conduct" on naval activities, but the region is divided over whether Beijing should take part in talks from the beginning or only join after ASEAN agrees on the fundamentals.
By Carlos Barria
After six years in Miami, Carlos, 31, has been assigned as photographer based in Shanghai, China. He was born in Patagonia, in the south of Argentina, and studied photography in Buenos Aires. He has covered breaking news, sports and ...
Directed by Stephen Fung
Action director: Sammo Hung
Starring: Angelababy, Shu Qi, Tony Leung Ka-Fai, Daniel Wu, Eddie Peng, Yuan Xiaozhao, William Feng
Genre: kung-fu, comedy, steampunk, wuxia
The death sentence for Wang Caiping - who must first serve two years in prison - came days after Beijing launched a pilot program in Wenzhou to tame the informal private lending market to which the city's renowned entrepreneurs often turn.
Chinese woman sentenced to death for 'cheating - American Thinker
Edinburgh Zoo's giant pandas have failed to mate this year despite the best efforts of the Scottish zoo to encourage them to procreate, dashing hopes that a baby panda would be born this year.
Sweetie and her male mate Sunshine arrived in Scotland from China last December and had been kept in separate enclosures until this week, when experts decided the time to mate had arrived.
Female pandas ovulate once a year, with only a 36-hour period in which they can get conceive.
Despite showing an interest in each other, the duo failed to take advantage of their short 'window of opportunity.'
Now Sunshine will have to wait another year to take his chance. What will zoo officials do to encourage them to mate next year?
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Twitter Tirade: Marion Barry Goes to Twitter to Apologize for "Dirty Asian" comment, then Doubles Down
My comments were taken out of context & construed as disparaging 2 entire Asian biz community. We DO deserve our bizs t/b nice places in W8!— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
These are the kinds of businesses that need 2 improve.We've cleaned up Ward8 in so many ways & most businesses r good. twitter.com/marionbarryjr/…— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
But the plexiglass barrier is both literal & figurative. Keep bizs clean, carry healthy products, hire from community twitter.com/marionbarryjr/…— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
WE can do a better job.I do NOT disparage the Asian community, but the fact is there r some bizs that can do better! twitter.com/marionbarryjr/…— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
Just like the owners of these bizs want the best for their families & communities so do we.The ? Is:will they join the Ward8 Renaissance— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
Many people have contributed 2 the Renaissance underway.EVERYONE is welcome but must work to make at least their own space a nice place.— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
Finally, many people commenting don't even live here & don't have to experience the plexiglass barriers between them and the store owners.— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
Funny how folk expect us to sit down, shut up and expect lower standards than what they enjoy in their communities.#NOT— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
@marionbarryjr Black-owned stores look like that too. By highlighting race, you force ppl to ignore what otherwise could be a valid point.— R. U. Seriousing Me? (@ruSERIOUSINGme) April 5, 2012
@kofrank The demand is indeed strong for upgraded bizs in W8 AND I am very sorry my comments were sensationalized & really did offend people— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
I'm very sorry for offending the Asian American community.Although taken out of context by many about the conditions of some W8 carryouts— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
To improve food places in Ward8, owners have to move beyond status quo.Take down the plexiglass, offer healthy food,keep biz clean&inviting.— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
I admit, I could and should have said it differently.But the facts are still very present in our daily lives here.— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
We are tired of sub-standard treatment, tired of being kept an arms length distance, tired of the lack of community engagement.— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
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As stated before, our neighborhoods have made remarkable improvement over the last 7 years.Our retail needs to catch up.— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
Original Post: Marion Barry doubles down on ‘dirty’ Asian shop comments; update: tripling down? | Twitchy:
I do hope that as much attention focused on my admittedly bad choice of words will be given to the very real and present retail needs of SE.— Marion S. Barry, Jr. (@marionbarryjr) April 5, 2012
Endangered Animals - The Chinese Paddlefish
Some information on the endangered Paddlefish. (My Science Homework)
"Giant Fish" Faces Big Trouble in China Join Biologist Zeb Hogan of the National Geographic Society's Megafishes Project as he explores the threats facing the giant Chinese sturgeon and the efforts underway to save it. Video by S. Lovgren; some video from Wei Qiwei, Yangtze River Fisheries Reasearch Institute
Rare Fish Under Threat in China
Rare Fish Under Threat in China by NewsLook
Rare Fish Under Threat in China by NewsLook
Plans to reduce a fish conservation zone in China's Yangtze River have met strong opposition from environmental groups. The reserve is considered the last safe haven for several endangered Chinese fish species, such as the paddlefish and suckerfish.
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Chinese Paddlefish, Psephurus gladius (simplified Chinese: 白鲟; traditional Chinese: 白鱘; pinyin: báixún), also known as Chinese Swordfish, are among the largest freshwater fish. It is one of two extant paddlefish species, the other being the American Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula). It is also called "elephant fish" (象魚; xiàngyú) because its snout resembles an elephant trunk. It is recorded sometimes in Classical Chinese as wěi-fish (鮪). More poetically, it is sometimes referred to as the "Giant Panda of the Rivers", not because of any physical resemblance to a panda, but because of its rarity and protected status.
The Chinese Paddlefish is the People's Republic of China's first-level protected animal. Its belly is white and back and head grey. They live mostly in the middle or lower part of the Yangtze (Chang Jiang), occasionally in large lakes. They feed on other fish, as well as small amounts of crabs and crayfish.
A love letter to Beijing - and all its struggles, challenges, and unexpected beauty.
Also a post at Lost Laowai:
City of the North – a love song to Beijing ~ Lost Laowai China Blog:
The first music video from my upcoming EP, "Goodbye, Beijing." Releasing 4/21 at grandmaster.bandcamp.com
Beat by Bent Lorentz, Jr.
Camera: Nathan Chester, Joseph Djima, Jr.
Extras: Jon Pettigrew, Julie Ip
I, started this rhyme as I waited for the train
On the platform, hearing instrumentals in my brain
My kicks dirty gray 'cuz the air so foul
One hundred degrees out, so we pray for rain
The line pulls up, and it's full as hell
Not to mention, these cats got a funky ass smell
LL might be somewhere ringin some bells
But as for me, I can barely even hear my cell
These are the middle class losers, beggars, students
Here, if you don't got a car, you ain't included
A place that turns flesh to stone, like Medusa
The '60s, tried to make a ghost of Confucius
The car turns north as my head shuts down
Prepared to close doors like old John Brown
Done with the rhyme, and we're almost out of town
And I almost missed my stop, I was busy with the sounds
Just another day in the city of the North
Some push foreign whips; some are just piss-poor.
Just another day in a city filled with schemes
Filled with teams who be dreaming of the cream, so it seems
I live in a city where the dust hits ya bones
Where to be heard, your words gotta use megaphones
Where everybody smokes and it's killing them slow
Where you can sing out loud and nobody hears the tones
People tryna go hard, but they scared as hell
So they keep coming back like a carousel
no roots, so they move like a tumbling weed
Like police at the door while they bundling weed
They hear the knock outside and they stumble and flee
While I roam the city free like Grand Theft 3
There's poison in the air, so he's coughin up lungs
But he breathes in, the Spirit's got him speaking in tongues
Coughed up some blood, guess he is a little scared
But he made it this far, guess he's sposed to be here
A life well lived is a life without fear
Got more than 4 bars, am I coming through clear?
I run the rings like Sonic, blaze like the chronic
Gaze at the stars, see my fate like a comet
But the haze on the city every day from the morning
No colors, just greys, like the city was in mourning
They poured over slums to make way for the champions
Now they got clubs where before, there were stadiums
Got bums, from locals turned aliens
An unmarked grave for the brave who remained in 'em
I jumped off the train as I headed to the crib
and came face-to-face with a horse drawn rig
A man with blank eyes and a face like stone
Is this city mine, or his to call home?
Just another day in a city caught between
Tryna stay above water while we, chase our dreams
Some live and some die, tryna do their thing
Some live and some die, this big city, Beijing
TaiChi News and Research: Older subjects who regularly practise Tai Chi have better arterial compliance and greater muscle strength
Older subjects who regularly practise Tai Chi found to have better arterial Compliance and Greater Muscle Strength...
Science Daily (press release)
Exercise which can achieve both cardiovascular function and muscle strength "would be a preferred mode of training for older persons," say investigators. Experienced practitioners of Tai Chi, the traditional Chinese mind-body exercise now enjoyed worldwide, have been shown in a study of older subjects to have improved expansion and contraction of arteries according to cardiac pulsation (arterial compliance) and improved knee muscle strength.
The findings, say the investigators, of better muscle strength without jeopardising arterial compliance suggest that Tai Chi may well be a suitable exercise for older people to improve both cardiovascular function and body strength. A number of studies, they explain, have shown that strength training to improve muscle function and offset the effects of aging have also been accompanied by a decline in arterial compliance. "Evidence that strength training could change arterial compliance in middle-aged and older subjects is still elusive," they note.
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Happy Lamb and Grey Wolf or Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf (the English name shown on the official merchandise) (Chinese: 喜羊羊与灰太狼; pinyin: Xǐ Yáng Yáng yǔ Huī Tài Láng) is a Chinese animatedtelevision series which was created by Huang Weiming, Lin Yuting and Luo Yinggeng, and produced by Creative Power Entertaining. The show is about a group of goats living on the Green Pasture, Qing Qing Grasslands/Plains, (青青草原) and the story revolving around a clumsy wolf who wants to eat them. It is aired on over 40 local TV stations including Hong Kong's TVB, BTV Animation Channel and CCTV. The show was also aired in Taiwan, India and Singapore. The show has not yet seen an international release outside of Asia. However, some of the Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf DVD's have English subtitles. As of 2011, an English dub has been aired in Taiwan.
Originally found on REDDIT.
“We got to do something about these Asians coming in and opening up businesses and dirty shops,” Barry said in remarks first reported by WRC-TV. “They ought to go. I’m going to say that right now. But we need African-American businesspeople to be able to take their places, too.”
Barry: 'We’ve got to do something about these Asians coming in' | Washington Examiner:
Mayor Vincent Gray said he hadn’t heard about the comments.
“I think you know what I stand for,” he said, according to the local outlet. “And that is everybody having an equal opportunity in the District of Columbia.”
The comments go counter to Barry’s claim on his D.C. Councilmembers biography, that he stands for “always advocating for economic inclusion - on behalf of African Americans, women, Hispanics, Asians and Pacific Islanders.”
Of course, this is not the first time that Barry has found himself in a controversial situation. In 1990, Barry was arrested in a sting operation related to crack cocaine use and possession, for which he spent six months in a federal prison.
Report: Marion Barry: ‘Dirty’ Asian stores - Tim Mak - POLITICO.com:
About 20 Days later he doubles down on the comment here.
An extremely rare Chinese porcelain bowl fetched nearly $27 million -- smashing pre-sale estimates by about three times -- at a hotly anticipated Sotheby's auction in Hong Kong on Wednesday
http://www.FT.com/ The popularity of smartphones is causing a fundamental shift in the handset market in China. The FT's Kathrin Hille visits Shenzhen in southern China to discover where the mobile phone industry is heading.
Capitalism News: How China Proves Marxism Wrong, America Perverts Democracy and the Dragon Running out of Steam
Another important example of Chinese realities flying in the face of a Marxist orthodoxy has to do with the timing of the country's socialist and capitalist phases. Like many thinkers of his time, Marx embraced a linear view of historical development, ...
How Big Money Perverts American Democracy
The Fiscal Times
He says the rift has gone far past simplistic political rhetoric to a larger battle: pitting American capitalism against other forms of capitalism that have emerged on the world's stage in the past decade or so. "Something is clearly broken within our
New Zealand Herald
By Liam Dann A soft landing for China may still feel hard for commodity exporters. Photo / Kenny Rodger Let's be blunt about this. From a historical perspective - considering capitalism's track record over the past 500 years - what is more likely: that
China's brand of state-sponsored capitalism has thrived while other nations, like the United States, floundered during the worldwide recession. But can the ...
On this year's Tomb Sweeping Day, Chinese authorities keep tight rein on memorials for Tiananmen Square dead. bit.ly/I3ptQe— Leon(@leon_fan) April 4, 2012
Tomb-sweeping is usually a very somber affair, usually. Now in a surge to promote eco-friendly "burials" and body disposals, China ha...— Jeff Jones (@JeffJones48) April 4, 2012
The foggy weather just fits the tomb-sweeping day— Francis Chan (@FranX1905) April 5, 2012
Some think it's interesting... some think it's weird.
Wonderful tradition in China: Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Day when nation remembers its dead. bit.ly/I3wBt5— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) April 5, 2012
As an epilogue to my 'Weird things in China' series, today was Tomb Sweeping Day. No foolen!— Nitai Bessette (@NitaiB) April 5, 2012
Yesterday was the Ching Ming Festival in China, which roughly translates as Tomb Sweeping Day, certainly felt like that in equity markets!— Christopher J Clay (@claypole1976) April 5, 2012
Photos of Annual Tomb-Sweeping Day in China - ht.ly/a5Sn1— Kate Mayfield (@KateMayfield) April 5, 2012
Today is the Chinese "Tomb-Sweeping Day". Dude. I can barely keep up with the cleaning where my LIVE relatives are.— Nurse Snarky (@nursesnarky99) April 5, 2012
I love getting an email that begins, "We have just come back from Tomb-Sweeping Day." An important Chinese holiday unknown outside Asia.— Karen Christensen (@KarenChristenze) April 5, 2012
Guilin & Yangshuo were just amazing. Didn't end up having accommodation because it's the Tomb Sweeping holiday. But slept on a random floor.— Nicholas Underhill (@nickcentric) April 5, 2012
-We don't trust each other. So what.
"Domestically, both the U.S. and China are confronting the need in the coming few years to change basic dimensions of the distinctive growth model each has pursued for decades. In the U.S. the major issue is how to deal with a fiscal deficit that threatens to spin out of control within a decade if serious measures are not taken on both the expenditure and revenue sides of the equation. In China, the 12th Five Year Plan articulates a new development model because the resource, environmental, social, and international costs of the model pursued in
recent decades have become too great.
Prospects for the future thus must take into account expectations about how successful the U.S. and China respectively will be in effecting the economic transition that each now confronts. At present, many commentators and politicians on each side attribute their own country’s economic deficiencies to actions by the other side and propose various penalties in response. Therefore, to the extent that reforms in the two development models fall short, the bilateral relationship is more likely to deteriorate. This introduces additional uncertainty surrounding each side’s future posture and capabilities."
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Pinyin: HuāhéshàngLiteral Translation: Flower monk
English: bad monk.
Explanation: Monks who don't listen to what the teaching says.
Here's another one.
Found here with more pictures!
The first rotation of about 200 US marines has arrived in Australia on a six-month training deployment. A total of 2,500 troops are expected to arrive over the next few years in Darwin to enhance the US's military presence in the Asia-Pacific - it adds to America's military footprint in such countries as Japan, the Philippines and Singapore - all in China's backyard. For more on the story RT talks to Asia Times roving correspondent Pepe Escobar.
-Looks legit to me.
A photo of a UFO over the skies of a busy Beijing street is causing a sensation in China. The image, recalling an earlier era, is a classic flying saucer type, shrouded by a foggy sky.
The story behind the photo seems to be propelling the mania as the Chinese are not generally impressed by pictures and videos of unidentified flying objects.
But an account in a Beijing newspaper of how the object was caught on film is creating tremendous buzz, because, as the photographer claims, it was all an accident of timing and luck.
New York Times China Wrap up: The Press, Reform and Bo Xilai, Fossils, Ai Weiwei stars on a webcam, Ai Weiwei gets shut down
New York Times
SHANGHAI — China is notorious for censoring politically delicate news coverage. But it is more than willing to let flattering news about Western and Asian businesses appear in print and broadcast media — if the price is right.
New York Times
BEIJING — The ghost of China's past hovers over its present. As the country grapples with its biggest political challenge in decades over the purge of Bo Xilai, the polarizing former Communist Party chief of Chongqing, ahead of changes in the top
Dinosaurs Big as Buses and Fuzzy as Chicks
New York Times
Fossils discovered in northeastern China of a giant, previously unrecognized dinosaur show that it is the largest known feathered animal, living or extinct, scientists report. Although several species of dinosaurs with feathers have already been
New York Times (blog)
By CAROL VOGEL Exactly a year after the police in China locked him up for 81 days, the artist Ai Weiwei has installed four live webcams in his Beijing home. The cameras, whose feed can be viewed by anyone on a Web site day and night, weiweicam.commake
New York Times (blog)
By EDWARD WONG Ai Weiwei, the rebellious Chinese artist, said on Wednesday that the authorities had shut down a Web site on which he was streaming video from four live surveillance cameras in his home. Mr. Ai, one of the Chinese government's harshest
DTN Korean News: Staff members of the Chinese Embassy in: Tomb-Sweeping Day: Staff members of the Chinese Embass... bit.ly/HM1s1v— DTNSouth Korea (@DTNSouthKorea) April 4, 2012
BBC News - In pictures: Tomb-sweeping festival bbc.in/HoWan2— john davies (@johndavies5) April 4, 2012
Back in shangai after 3 days in Chengdu for sweeping tomb holidays. Giant panda research center great spot,,— Francesco Passeri (@palo701) April 4, 2012
Today, China celebrates the Qingming Festival (or Tomb Sweeping Day).This holiday originated in 690 BC!A day to honor our ancestors.— Robin Erskine (@Tlaloc94533) April 4, 2012
China Qingming Festival 2012. Tomb sweeping, flying kites.— Ivan A. Parra (@hsien49) April 4, 2012
Ancient Chinese Graveyard Ritual Goes Online bit.ly/HqdY1b— EzVacuum (@EzVacuum) April 4, 2012
It's Tomb Sweeping Day in China, time to send gifts to your dear ancestors and make the spirits happy!!!— Elektra Kute (@Elektr4Kute) April 4, 2012
It's Qingming Festival today, a traditional Chinese festival for tomb-sweeping.— Char4U.com (@char4u_com) April 4, 2012
Beautiful pictures of tomb-sweeping. The iPad replica offering is too funny! bbc.co.uk/news/world-asi…— Martha Chang (@martha_chang) April 4, 2012
Did I mention that last night was a holiday in Taipei, which means no deluge of e-mail to fill my morning? Happy Tomb Sweeping Day!— Fran Hart (@FGHart) April 4, 2012
Happy Tomb Sweeping Day! 清明节快乐!— Psiphon China (@PsiphonChina) April 4, 2012
520 mln Chinese mourn deceased during Tomb-Sweeping Day holiday - - Associated Press of Pakistan bit.ly/HMtytx— Global Poli Eco News (@GPE_News) April 4, 2012
Guess China is out of office today... happy tomb sweeping! twitter.com/LindseyRambles…— Lindsey(@LindseyRambles) April 4, 2012
Business trip in Yiwu, ZheJiang Province during Tomb-sweeping Holiday fb.me/ELOERwjN— zhangming (@garyzhangming) April 4, 2012
The Chinese get much more badass sounding holidays: today is Tomb Sweeping Day, which means this is being delivered tomorrow.— Dylan Davies (@shredordead) April 4, 2012
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