Thursday, November 15, 2012

Daughter slaps father in public

A video showing a Chinese teenager repeatedly slapping and kicking her father has gone viral on the Internet, attracting heated discussions and outraged reactions from Chinese netizens.

The 14-year-old girl, Xiaojin, from the city of Nanjing, is shown slapping her father several times before progressing to punching and kicking him.

What is more shocking is that throughout the entire video, the father makes no attempt to stop the girl, instead accepting the blows in a calm manner and not showing any hint of anger towards his abusive daughter.

At one point he even said: "Go ahead and hit me, I won't move."

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Teen with 24/7 erection attempts to detach penis

Did you think only rock stars and porn actors swagger around with the 24/7 hard-on? Think again. A teenager in China found himself with a constant erection, but instead of taking advantage of his predicament, he took matters—and a knife—into his own hands and tried to detach himself from his penis.

Since he reached puberty, 17-year-old Xiao Jun from Anxi in Fujian Province has been ashamed and embarrassed by his easily excitable manhood, even the least likeliest and sometimes very public places.

Unable to deal with his penis, he locked himself up in his bedroom and cut himself off from the world.

But by last week he had had enough of his hard-on, so he grabbed a knife and attempted to cut his penis off himself. He would have succeeded, too, if he hadn't screamed out in pain. Rushing to his room, his parents found him lying on the floor in a pool of blood with his severely severed genitals.

"I don't know why he did this to himself. He's a good boy. He cooks for the family. He's just very shy. He doesn't talk to anyone," said his mother Wang Lin, adding he stopped going to school when he was 14 after failing his classes.

She added that Xiao Jun did sign up for computer classes in the city, but returned home last year quite suddenly and started staying in for long periods of time.

The distraught teen told doctors at the hospital, "I hate it. I don't want it to be like this." That's when his mum knew of her son's suffering over the last few years. "He must have felt it was very humiliating," she said.

Doctors at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Fujian Medical University who performed a 10-hour operation to stitch Xiao Jun's penis back assured his family that the organ would work as planned after a full recovery.

Ye Yanqi, a lecturer of psychology at Liming Vocational University, said unintentional erections are normal for teenagers and anyone disturbed by that fact should talk to their parents or seek advise from medical experts on how to control it.

Reporters who met Xiao Jun at his hospital bed said he refused to speak to them.

My iPhone is better than your iPhone. Mine can cook, yours cannot

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

The cases of falling bridges

According to official statistics, over the past 5 years 37 elevated bridges have collapsed in China, 13 of which did not even survive completion, in total killing 182 and injuring 177.
Bridges are calculated to be collapsing at a rate of at least 1 every 2 months – possibly making air travel a safer option than bridges.

Chinese teacher hits and kicks children more than 120 times in 30 mins

A Chinese teacher has been caught on video abusing her young pupils by repeatedly slapping and kicking them. The teacher is seen slapping four children over 120 times when they fail to answer questions. The disturbing 30-minute footage was recorded at a pre-school in Taiyuan, in the northern Shanxi Province.

How to stop depressed workers from committing suicicde

What else? Install suicide nets. Pics of anti-suicide nets at Foxconn dormitories in China.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Chinese motorist knocking over a toddler and then driving over her



Chinese and non-Chinese alike have been sickened to see security camera footage of a Chinese motorist knocking over a toddler and then driving over her and off, with a subsequent vehicle not even bothering to swerve to avoid her, instead crushing her legs to a pulp.

Meanwhile, pedestrians witnessing the atrocious scene merely walk around the writhing infant – the kindliest drags the child off the road and then abandons her as mere roadkill.

The incident occurred October 13th, 2011 in Foshan City in Guangdong province early one evening, when a 2-year-old girl was involved in a marketplace accident.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

If you want to see more nude photos of this lady, start removing Taiwanese flags whenever or wherever you see them

A Taiwanese model has shot to fame after posting a semi-naked photo of herself with a strategically placed national flag following the controversy at the Olympic Games in London, reports China Times.

Huang Shih-ting, a 23-year-old model based in Hsinchu in northern Taiwan, decided to show her support for her country after the flag of the Republic of China — the official name of Taiwan — was removed from a row of national flags raised over Regent Street in central London on July 24. The flag was replaced with that of Taiwan's Olympic committee a few days later, almost certainly due to political pressure from Beijing.

Warning: Do not go against the authorities or you will be pulverized

Horrific pictures show a protester flattened with a steamroller after he dared to oppose a local land grab.

True or not... ask the Chinese authorities.

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Where else can you get so many eggs for free?

After a motorized three-wheel wagon running a yellow light got hit by another vehicle, 770 pounds of eggs spilled onto the road, which passersby were only too eager to scoop up.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Why Chinese supermarkets are 19,999 times better than American ones?

This girl was in a supermarket in China. She was dressed to kill (especially those with weak hearts).. I wonder how her face looks like. Doesn't look like she's wearing underwear too LOL!

Cheating husband, cheating wife incidentally met while cheating each other

A couple from Guangxi in southern China who had each planned to cheat on the other did not expect that they would catch each other in the act with another partner at the same hotel on Aug. 22, the day before Qixi, or Chinese Valentine's Day.

The pair pretended to be strangers when they spotted each other but later had a big fight after they returned home, from the same hotel, reports the state-run China News Service.

The report did not mention whether they arranged for a taxi together to return to the house.

A man surnamed Luo told his wife he was going away on business with his manager for a couple of days, starting on Aug. 22. Luo's wife was secretly glad to hear the news, since she had arranged to meet a man she had got to know via the internet the same day.

The wife was a little more than surprised, however, when she spotted her husband with another woman leaving an elevator in the same hotel she and her internet date had booked after returning from dinner. The woman seemed close to her husband and her hand was in his. On seeing each other, the couple pretended to be strangers and continued with their romantic Valentine plans.

The wife reportedly excused herself from her date and made a phone call to her husband, asking him to go home immediately for a "talk."

The noise from the resulting "talk" disturbed the neighbors, who called the police. The police broke up the fight and told them to cherish their family.

The couple agreed and made up.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Mahjong kills

A netizen posted CCTV footage online of an old man in his 70s losing consciousness and collapsing at a Mahjong arena.

People around him were so absorbed in their game that they did not notice him. Eventually, he passed away before the ambulance arrived.

Finger licking good

Look familiar. Might or might not taste familiar. Definitely cheaper

To escape injury from car accidents, wear high heels and don't wear any clothes

A 17-year-old girl has been fined for driving with high heels and without a license after overturning her car in Nanjing.

The girl, surnamed Xu, is enrolled as a student in the United States. She was not hurt in the incident and passed both the alcohol and drug test but was fined 50 yuan (US$8) due to her 18cm high heels.

The lucky young lady, who escaped being injured in the accident, emerged from the sunroof of her overturned car in clothes that seemed painted on to her body, reported Want Daily.

Xu said this was the fourth accident she has been in since she started driving a year ago. She has survived all of them without a scratch, despite the fact that she barely had any clothes on to protect her, the paper noted.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

What a delicious melon?

It is called Vietnamese melon but this one found in China... according to

Monday, August 27, 2012

Wife wants sex change to escape mum-in-law

Chen and Jiang get a doctor’s advise on their sex swap plan.

A Chinese couple that’s been married for less than a year say they want a sex change for the both of them so they can swap roles in the family—and so she can escape her mother-in-law.

Jiang Ling and her husband Chen Li, both 37, hail from Jiangyong of Hunan province and tied the knot through a matchmaker. Jiang Liang told, the Hunan Provincial Government news portal, “I’m stronger than him, physically and mentally, so I’d be better off as a man and I can take care of him.”

Jiang’s other reason for the sex change is to escape the constant criticisms from her mother-in-law. “I can become a man and marry (Chen) and then his mother can’t grumble and curse at me anymore,” she said.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Take a cab and be pricked by HIV needle

A man was pricked by a syringe that was found to contain traces of the HIV virus when taking a taxi in Beijing on on Aug 21. It will require another three tests and three months for the man to know if he has been infected with the virus, reports The China Times.

When thirty-seven-year-old Xu Tian (not his real name) got into the backseat of a taxi in Beijing's Haidian district, he felt a sharp twinge on his leg. Reaching over, he found a syringe containing unknown yellow sticky fluid fixed to the back of the front seat, next to the magazine rack. The taxi driver had no idea that the syringe was there and sent it to the hospital for examination with Xu the next day.

Shockingly, the center said the fluid contained HIV. The doctor said it was just a quick test, requiring a further examination for confirmation. The center has sent a sample of the fluid to the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the doctor said.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

How to fool traffic cops when not wearing seatbelts

Chinese authorities are aghast at the recent popularity of “seatbelt shirts,” innovative articles of clothing which allow China’s drivers to circumvent the incredibly onerous requirement that they wear seatbelts whilst driving.

The shirts are said to be increasingly popular both due to their effectiveness at fooling police and their (to Chinese eyes at least) near fashionability, with the expected flood of copycat products only adding to their spread.

None too surprisingly, the shirts are apparently a response to efforts to crackdown on drivers refusing to wear seatbelts – actually wearing them being quite out of the question for many - Sankaku Complex

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

2 Billions Mice Invaded Central China

Two billions mice overrun Central China after a large flood drove the mice out of islands on Donting Lake in Central China. The invasion which began in June have ravaged crops in 22 counties around the lake.

Residents have so far killed 2.3 millions mice.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

They have orgy in China, don't they?

Weibo, China's popular Twitter clone, has published photos of a six-person orgy that could turn into a big political scandal for China.

Rumors are rife that the particpants were high-ranking Communist officials.

You can see the photos HERE

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

32% of Chinese online shoppers have encountered fraudulent web sites

As of June 2012, more than 60 million Internet users in China had lost over 30 billion yuan (4.7 billion US Dollars) due to online fraud, according to statistics released by China Electronic Commerce Association and other departments.

The frauds mainly occurred on online shopping websites, where buyers usually pay for their "goods" and are not allowed refunds, because the money is delivered directly to the seller's account.

Other tricks include advertising fake products through search engines and copying the styles of popular shopping websites and products.

Statistics show that 31.8 percent of Internet users who shop online have encountered fraudulent websites and nearly 61.7 million people have been victimized.

Trial on for teenager who sold kidney for iPad

A court in the People's Court in Beihu District of Chenzhou Hunan province opened the trial last Thursday of nine people involved in the case of a teenager who sold a kidney in order to buy an iPhone and iPad, Xinhua reported.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

The glorious job as a stewardess takes its toll

Sin Chew Daily reported that a senior air stewardess from China Airlines was believed to have died from overwork.

The woman was found dead in the bathroom of her house on July 23, soon after she came back from working for 11 days straight.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Great Wall of China collapsed

A recently restored section of the Great Wall of China has collapsed, prompting much soul-searching as to how modern Chinese construction techniques could not keep standing for 2 decades what had previously stood for centuries.

The collapse occurred on 36m section of the Great Wall running through Hebei province suddenly one morning, shaking the adjacent town.

The section in question reportedly underwent major restoration work in 1995, and upon its completion in 1996 it was hailed as “returning the wall to its traditional splendour.”

Local authorities have acknowledged it was the restored section which fell down, blaming heavy rains for weakening its foundations and causing structural weaknesses.

However, with the adjoining unrestored sections completely intact even after centuries, a certain amount of scepticism has attached to the quality of both their workmanship and ongoing oversight.

Monday, August 6, 2012

The Mystery Of Exploding Soy Sauce

Even China’s best known traditional sauce is exhibiting explosive properties, with diners throughout China now in danger of being unexpectedly seasoned.

A 1.9 litre bottle of soy sauce was found to have exploded in a village dining facility, generously spraying the room with its contents.

The bottle was supposedly only 5 months old and had a shelf life of 18 months, but secondary fermentation had taken place, causing pressure in the bottle to build to explosive levels.

Soy sauce is normally pasteurised after fermentation, sterilising it and stopping further fermentation; this process was apparently omitted or botched in the case of the exploding bottle.

A variety of similar cases have been reported; Chinese media has been stressing the importance of not leaving soy sauce in warm places for long periods of time lest it explode.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

No fasting please! You are a Chinese Muslim

Chinese Muslim officials as well as students under the age of 18 in the restive northwestern region of Xinjiang are not allowed to fast during the holy month of Ramadan, a newspaper reported on Wednesday.

In a bid to clamp down on religious extremism, Communist Party leaders posted guidance on numerous government websites restricting Muslim religious activities, including fasting and visiting mosques, the UAE-based newspaper, The National reported.

The Chinese central government has also asked officials in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region to discourage the local Muslim population to fast, highlighting in particular the health concerns.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

The customer is always wrong in China so this man shows them who is king

A Porsche owner in China's northern province of Shanxi held a creative form of protest Monday when he hired two models in body paint to stand in front of a car dealership Monday. He was upset that the dealer had refused to fix a brake problem on his car, reports the state-run China News Service.

Two models stood in front of the Porsche dealership in the provincial capital Taiyuan with slogans painted on their body mocking the dealer's unhelpfulness.

The demonstration follows a dispute between the buyer and seller. The buyer, surnamed Guo, bought a Porsche Panorama Turbo 4.8T in July last year for 2.7 million yuan (US$423,700), an amount of money sufficient to buy several high-end properties in the city.

Yet after only a year, the car experienced a brake malfunction on July 6. Guo said that as he parked in his basement, the brakes suddenly gave out. "He kept hitting the brakes — three times in two seconds. They were too hard to step on, like the car was stalled," Guo's friend, surnamed Wang, told CNS on Monday.

The failure caused Guo's father, who was in the passenger's seat, to hurt his legs when the car struck a wall.

The front of the car was damaged seriously in the accident. Guo immediately contacted the dealer and asked for the brakes to be replaced. The dealer denied there was any problem with the car and refused to do so.

After three rounds of unfruitful negotiations, Guo decided to make the issue public.

The dealer told the newspaper that the dealership cares about its customers and will handle the matter appropriately. They are investigating the cause of the accident, he said.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

So you want a rich husband......

A SCHOOL in southwest China's Sichuan province has attracted cheers and jeers for offering classes that supposedly prepare women to snag husbands with a high net worth, reports China's Xinhua news agency Thursday.

The Huizhi Female School, based in the provincial capital of Chengdu, was established in May, with eight teachers providing training for 20 clients, said school founder Su Fei.

"We aim at enhancing women's emotional quotient (EQ) and cultivating their personal character so as to help them seek a happy marriage," Su said, adding that the school offers a wide variety of courses designed to help women find a mate.

The course that brought the school into the spotlight is intended to help women learn how to meet and woo rich men in particular. The "regular" training course costs 12,800 yuan (RM6,332), while a special "VIP" training course costs 20,000 yuan(RM9,896).

Several women have signed up for the classes, despite the high fees.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

China to go to war with Vietnam soon

An article published in Vedomosti, a Russian business newspaper affiliated with the Financial Times and Wall Street Journal, has suggested that China will launch a war against Vietnam over the South China Sea, both to establish sovereignty over the disputed islands and solidify the support of Chinese citizens.

While both China and Vietnam are inviting foreign companies to invest the exploitation of the resources beneath the South China Sea, Moscow appears to have sided with Hanoi rather than Beijing.

Russia's Gazprom, the largest natural gas extractor in the world, signed a contract with the Vientamese government to exploit resources in disputed areas, triggering protest from Beijing. At the same time, Moscow authorities provided military assistance to the Vietnamese armed forces, importing advanced weapons such as Su-30MK2 fighters, Gepard-class frigates and Yakhont anti-ship missiles.

Moscow has increasingly fallen afoul of Beijing. Russia supplied weapons to two of China's regional competitors — India and Vietnam — and participated the RIMPAC joint naval exercises held by the United States and its allies in the Asia-Pacific. From the Russian point of view, China remains a much bigger threat than Vietnam or even the distant United States - SOURCE

Orphans chained up like dogs

When photos of two orphaned children bound in chains at a government-run welfare institute in Wenzhou's Cangnan county was published in the local paper, it rocked the whole country.

Experts said a lack of professional nursing staff was the main reason the children were chained and said such cases occurred at welfare institutes across China.

The photos depicted two-year-old Guo Qun tethered to the back of an old wooden chair by a strip of cloth around his neck. Next to him eight-year-old Guo Cheng's right foot was tied to the same chair by an iron chain.

The photos were taken by a volunteer during a visit to the welfare house in June.

In comments that have shocked the public, authorities said staff of Cangnan County Social Welfare Institute tied up the boys due to safety concerns and claimed they were not being punished.

"Although the president of the welfare house was suspended, the staff were not as they didn't do it with intent," said Wu Jiaxing from Cangnan's civil affairs bureau.

"Children (of the welfare house) are only restrained when they have a twitch or a propensity to violence — they're free for the rest of time."

According to Wu, both the boys were born with defects and that is why they ended up in the welfare institute.

"Guo Qun is suffering from congenital deafmutism and he has epilepsy, that's why staff has to fix him (with a strip of cloth) when he relieves himself — he's incontinent," said Wu. "Guo Cheng has schizophrenia and he's capable of violence." - Asiaone

China demands Japan return Okinawa

A serving Chinese general has been saying he thinks Japan ought to be made to “withdraw” from Okinawa, in favour of the peace-loving Chinese.

According to media reports, a Chinese general attached to a national defence research institute gave a radio interview in which he demanded the “return” of Okinawa to China.

Prior to being formally annexed by Japan, Ryukyu had enjoyed various tributary relationships with both Japan and China, usually finding itself under the de facto control of the nearby Shimazu clan in Kyushu.
Recent years have seen increasing amounts of revanchist rhetoric from Chinese sources demanding the “return” or “independence” of the islands, but so far no official demand has been made for them, and none seems immediately likely given they are still bristling with American firepower – although China is already trying to pry parts of their “sacred territory” from the chain.

They really hate Mao Zedong in China

Two American presidents were among the political figures most favored by people in mainland China, but Mao Zedong — the founder of the People's Republic of China — was among the least popular, according to a recent survey.

Mao's former premier Zhou Enlai emerged as the most popular political figure in the survey, earning the approval of 36.13% of the 4,697 respondents.

Zhou was followed by George Washington (35.64%), Hu Yaobang (34.68%), Deng Xiaoping (30.79%) and Abraham Lincoln (23.91%).

Mao ranked fourth on the list of least favored politicians, with 41.84% of respondents giving him a negative rating.

Only Adolf Hitler (49.41%), Joseph Stalin (46.54%), and Kim Jong-il (45.54%) were considered worse by those surveyed.

Monday, July 16, 2012

1000 Watch as Chinese Cops Rescue Sex Doll

Chinese police have been humiliated after 18 of their finest spent close to an hour recovering what turned out to be a discarded sex toy.

Shangdong police were alerted to the discovery of a body floating in one of the province’s many beautiful rivers, and soon 18 officers were on scene to recover it.

As they struggled to catch the “corpse” and bring it to shore, spectators soon gathered and before long major congestion ensued, preventing fire fighters from reaching the scene to assist.

In front of a thousand or so onlookers, after 40 minutes police finally succeeded in recovering the cadaver, only to confirm it was actually an inflatable sex toy.

In order to deflect further ridicule, suspicion or controversy, the police showed the “body” to the public and then “evacuated” the area.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Have faith and lose money

A Zhejiang businessman reportedly paid 400 Buddhist practitioners to hold rituals at his home for four days before he put all his money into the futures market, in the hope that divine favor could help him make a fortune. After this proved a catastrophic failure, he went to ground with his family to avoid his creditors but has eventually surrendered to the police, reports Want Daily.

The 47-year-old businessman surnamed Hu for several years ran a business selling wire. He began to borrow money from his employees and local residents from his village under the pretext of needing to refinance his company. Though he succeeded in raising the money, he lost most of it in the futures market due to a lack of investment savvy.

After Chinese New Year this year, he paid about 400 Buddhists, who were vegetarians and whom he thus believed to have more "power," to chant mantras and hold religious rituals at his home for four days before he put all his remaining money into the futures market. The spiritual power did not win him any profits however but rather resulted in further losses of 40 million yuan (US$6.4 million).

Hu went to ground with his family and was reported to the police by his creditors. He gave himself up to the authorities when he realized it was impossible for him to escape.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Man murdered seven people just because his wife had an affair while he was in prison

A man surnamed Zheng is suspected of murdering seven people, including a seven-year-old girl and a woman pregnant with twins, in a fit of revenge after a man had an affair with his wife.

The attacks took place at the home of a man surnamed Wang, who used to be friends with Zheng and also his partner in crime.

After Zheng served a one-year prison sentence for theft, he discovered his former friend had an affair with his wife.

Despite discussing the issue, Zheng remained displeased. Early on Sunday morning, he went to Wang's house in Xuyi county, Jiangsu Province, to seek revenge.

It was reported that Zheng planned to stab Wang in the legs. However, as he was not home, police say he instead used a 20-centimetre blade to slay Wang's parents and 7-year-old daughter, who had been visiting for the weekend.

Neighbours, hearing the screams of Zheng's victims, rushed to see what was happening and Zheng responded by allegedly turning the knife on them.

He killed a 46-year-old man named Li, his wife, his mother-in-law and his stepdaughter, who was pregnant with twins. Li was Wang's uncle, according to Yangzhou police.

Woman sold her 12-year old daughter for US$551

A 12-year-old girl from southwest China's Guizhou Province was sold by her mother for 3,500 yuan (US$551) to a family that needed a wife for an allegedly mentally retarded son.

The girl, named Jia Jia, was sold in August last year from her hometown in Pingba County to a woman surnamed Xu in Guiyang, the provincial capital.

She was forced to have sex with Xu's 30-year-old son until her uncle rescued her a year later, according to the Qianzhong Morning Post.

The mother, surnamed Cai, gave birth to Jia Jia when she was 15. Her uncle looked after the girl but Cai took her away from her uncle in August last year, claiming she had put her to work in a restaurant.

But the newspaper reported Cai sold Jia Jia to Xu as a wife for her mentally retarded son, claiming the girl was 15.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

The case of exploding refrigerator

An exploding refrigerator which blasted a hole in a brick wall is the latest object to menace China with its unexpected self-destruct functionality.

Chinese news reported the impressive devastation it caused:

The refrigerator was apparently made by LG, a South Korean company, although whether it was actually manufactured in Korea or China is not clear.

Dad reunited with kidnapped son 20 years later

A man, who lost his son to human traffickers more than 20 years ago, was reunited with him last month. Father and son tell Xu Wei their stories in Chongqing.

For Hu Shangming, a major part of the last 21 years of his life was spent searching and waiting for his son, who was abducted by human traffickers. The 50-year-old resident of Chongqing municipality spent two years desperately looking for his son, who was abducted in January 1991.

After using up his savings in the quest, he decided to wait at the exact spot where his son was abducted in the hope that his son would find him there. "Over the years, I've turned from being a fruit vendor to running a teahouse, but I've not moved from the same location," Hu says.

In 2011, local police who were investigating human traffickers, reopened Hu's case. They took Hu's DNA sample to match those at the national DNA bank for abducted children. And that, ended Hu's wait - China Daily

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

How to chase away homeless people

Thousands of cement pyramids have been placed beneath bridges in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province, to keep the homeless from sleeping there.

Although it is believed that the pyramids have been there since the city hosted the Asian Games in 2010, their existence recently came to light after the website published a recent news report about them.

City residents assume the purpose of the cement pyramids is to keep away homeless people, as fewer homeless have been spotted near the bridges.

Monday, July 9, 2012

This medicine is bad for women but good for bald men

A woman in China who used Yunnan Baiyao, a medicinal preparation famous for stopping bleeding, later found coarse black hair growing on her calf.

The woman, surnamed Lin, had a bruise on her calf five months ago and she sprayed her leg with Yunnan Baiyao. When she recently found to her dismay that 2mm-long black hairs were growing in the affected spot, she began to suspect that the preparation may contain hormones.

Lin also said a similar situation occurred with her friend's 14-year old child, who applied the spray to his brow and grew 1mm black hairs two months later.

The spray Lin used was fond not to be a counterfeit product and the company says it must examine the medicine before issuing a response. The company also said the problem may have arisen from the customer using the product incorrectly.

Friday, July 6, 2012

And now shorten your life by drinking this fake beer

Six people were arrested in connection to producing counterfeit beer containing toxic industrial chemicals, according to Siping police in Jilin province.

Authorities confiscated 18,000 cases of beer, 120 bottles of formaldehyde and 20 barrels of hydrochloric acid in the June bust. Police also uncovered 130,000 fake brand labels, 80,000 bottle caps and bank cards.

The beer was marketed as known brands, such as Tsingtao, and sold in Inner Mongolia as well as Jilin, Liaoning, and Heilongjiang provinces.

A mixture of carcinogenic chemicals, formaldehyde and hydrochloric acid, were added to increase the shelf-life and add taste to the beer.

The suspects involved earned a reported profit of 13 million yuan (2.05 million US dollars) from the illegal production line.

Local police were tipped off in May of this year and raided the factory on June 13, arresting the ring leader surnamed Jia at the scene.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Police worldwide should emulate the police in China

The sheer directness of the approach Chinese police have taken to shaming their creepy toilet peepers has been winning some admirers overseas.

His crime was apparently the voyeuristic staple of spying on hapless ladies going to the toilet.

Whether this is any more effective in discouraging perverts than the traditional approach of merely splashing their name in all the papers is not clear, although it seems doubtful the mass media in other countries could be persuaded to come out without the prospect of something significantly more salacious.

The “public execution” of criminals by way of media shooting squad is a Chinese staple – although normally such theatre is reserved for those guilty of more serious crimes.

Love knows no boundary

Feeling guilty for wronging his wife, a man in China crawled as far as 1000 meters to apologize. And every few steps he prostrated on the road. This happened in Fujian Province. The man explained he did so to ask for forgiveness from his wife

However, before he reached his destination a woman believed to be his wife stepped down from a scooter called a taxi and took the man away.

18 Chinese nationals jailed over fake degrees

For their involvement in a fake degree scam, at least 18 foreign workers from China were sentenced earlier this week to jail in Singapore for four weeks each.

The workers had been found by a local court to have provided forged certificates to obtain work passes to work for T Y Enterprise and Sun Blues Cleaning Maintenance.

A spokesman for the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) said that while another 10 workers from China will be charged with similar offences on Thursday, another nine are being repatriated after being served with warning letters “for providing false information to MOM’s employment inspectors”.

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Entire family contracts STD from a Shanghai hotel

A Chinese family's trip to Shanghai turned sour after they discovered they had all become infected with a sexually transmitted disease at a high-end hotel.

A man surnamed Li, his wife, three-year-old son, sister and parents went to Shanghai for a family trip in early June. To ensure a pleasant stay, Li booked a luxury suite at an expensive hotel in the city. "The bathtub was white and clean and the bedsheets also smelt nice," he said. All adults and the child enjoyed their baths, according to Fjsen, a Chinese-language news website based in Fujian province.

Three weeks passed by when Li's son starting to complain about pain in his penis and his father saw it was covered in small warts. Li and the rest of the family later also developed similar symptoms in the genital area and went to hospital for treatment, Fjsen's report continued.

Their doctor said they had contracted HPV or genital warts, a sexually transmitted infection that spreads by skin contact with an infected person. The virus can take three weeks to eight months to develop. The family very likely contracted the disease during their stay at the Shanghai hotel, said a director of the dermatologist unit in Zhangzhou, Fujian province.

Luxury suites at high-end hotels are often where illegal sexual services take place, said the director. The bedsheets Li and his family slept upon may have had traces of the bodily fluids of infected persons.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Monday, July 2, 2012

Man tried to "eat" woman - maybe he was hungry

According to local Chinese press, an intoxicated bus driver in Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province, China has been detained after he tried to gnaw off a woman's face in a fit of madness.

Shanghai Daily reported that the man, only identified as "Dong", had been drinking heavily with his friends at lunch on Tuesday.

At about 2pm, he rushed onto the road near a bus station in Ouhai District. He then blocked a vehicle of a female driver, identified as "Du".

Dong then climbed on to the car's hood and started banging away at the windshield while Du screamed inside.

After a few minutes, Du decided to flee, and got out of the car. However, she was intercepted by Dong, who jumped on her and started gnawing on her face when the two of them fell on to the ground.