April 28 – May 11
Ernest Hemingway was a champion drinker in China. Big Bang Theory creator Chuck Lorre didn’t like that his show was pulled in China. Game of Thrones, rather incredibly, is being aired in China — but for how much longer?
There was another knife attack at a Chinese railway station, this time in Guangzhou. The Creamcast has returned with the Anthill’s Writers and Rum event. Ai Weiwei’s objection to the marketing of The Sandstorm resulted in its removal from Kickstarter.
Look at all those asses. Chinese sex habits. People’s Daily, man. And Andray Abrahamian reviewed the first-ever North Korea travel app.
Here are three Liu Xia poems. Global Times headline: “Granny nags her way out of kidnapping.” Finally, a review of the trailer for Zhang Yimou’s newest movie, Coming Home.
Comment of the Week:
@beijingcream @david__moser I didn’t know they were filming A Touch of Sin 2
— SamSpackman (@SESSpackman) May 7, 2014