Monday, August 26, 2013

Look at this beautiful lady talking to his boyfriend on the mobile phone

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Hahaha... clever Chinese are not only cloning iPhones, they now clone dogs to become lions

A Henan province zoo was found to keep a Tibetan dog in a lion cage and cleverly labelled it as a lion.

The fake lion was discovered when a mother took her child to and was surprised to hear the lion barking.

The zoo’s explanation was that an employee’s dog had temporarily replaced the lion sent away
” to a breeding centre, because of unspecified “safety concerns.”

Cockroach revenge

A Chinese farm breeding cockroaches to make into medicines has released a million of its charges into the local neigbhbourhood after being attacked as part of a development land grab.

According to the Chinese media, a Jiangsu province facility breeding cockroaches for “medicinal” purposes has been at the centre of a (by Chinese standards) minor public health scandal after its livestock escaped en masse.

The greenhouse housing the roaches was reportedly destroyed by persons unknown, letting approximately 1 million of the insects escape.

Local authorities have begun attempting to exterminate the escapees, and insists to the p “there is no reason for people to panic.”

There is some suspicion officials themselves destroyed the farm as part of a China style property development deal, but the local government assures the public that “we didn’t do it.”

Just what medicines the cockroaches were being used to produce is not known.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Rich girls can park their expensive cars anywhere, including in the middle of the road reported about a 22-year-old woman from Chongqing, China, who parked her luxury car in the middle of the road.
The report said that the woman, whose surname is Xu, had left her white Maserati Gran Turismo in the middle of a street in Yubei district as the parking garage at her workplace was fully occupied.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Heat failed a man's attempt to make fast money

 A Chinese vendor's plan to fake his own death at the hands of social enforcers failed when he could not play dead long enough in scorching heat, state media reported Monday.

More than 10 men claimed the soft drinks vendor had been beaten to death in the central city of Wuhan by chengguan, who are tasked with enforcing non-criminal regulations in towns and cities.

Chengguan have long been accused of abusing their powers -- six were said to have beaten a watermelon seller to death in the central province of Hunan last month -- and a crowd of more than 300 people soon gathered, Xinhua news agency said.

Authorities look to control any outbreaks of social unrest in China, and eventually more than 80 police were deployed.

The protesters demanded tens of thousands of yuan (thousands of dollars) in compensation while the vendor, surnamed Han, lay silently on a stretcher covered by a sheet, the report said.

But parts of China have been experiencing record temperatures this summer and the heat, measured by local residents as high as 45 degrees Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit), proved too much for Han to take.

He suddenly jumped up from the gurney, took a drink from a bottle of water, and said: "It's too hot. I can't bear it any more," Xinhua reported.

Han and two others have been detained for disturbing public order, it said - AFP