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


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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.