China’s Four Great Beauties were ravishing, senuous, talented. Also greatly embellished, or fictional, in Diao Chan’s case, and far out of our comprehension, if not imagination. Behold, China’s new Four Great Beauties, as depicted above by Wang Yunying in oil. They are PLA singer Song Zuying, actress Chen Shu, actress Fan Bingbing, and Liu Yan (“the sexiest... Read more »
What the heck? A series of interesting photos have surfaced on Chinese social media on April 1, without much accompanying info. Here are two Sina Weibo posts, via @bjshi (Beijing News) and @dskbhz (Chengdu Bulletin), from which we learn these facts: 1. This happened at 3 am on April 1. 2. In Wangjing, a neighborhood in Beijing.... Read more »
Found the above on Reddit, posted by Dog22222, titled, “Taobao Seller’s Infographic on Shavin Your Unmentionables.” Eh, why not? We asked our resident pubic hair expert, Chris Clayman (just kidding! Or not… we didn’t run this joke by him), to take a look. He sent translations! Before we get to those, a little background: we... Read more »
How did you spend your International Women's Day? A pair of women stood at the Luohu Checkpoint in Shenzhen on the border of Hong Kong on March 8 to protest against milk powder while advocating breastfeeding. As The Nanfang reports:
The slogans on the signs read: “Limits on what you can buy don’t limit how much you can love;”
China’s national pole dance team — yes, this is a real thing — was sent to Dalian recently to perform some tricks on a pole in the snow. These pictures were snapped on Monday, posted to Xinhua (of course). We admire these ladies’ grit. They really ought to dress warmer though.
A possibly mentally unstable foreign man took off all his clothes and streaked through Beijing Capital International Airport’s Terminal 3 yesterday afternoon, chased after by two shouting policemen. That last detail is provided by Legal Mirror, but the man doesn’t appear to be running or chased in the above picture posted to Sina Weibo. Although... Read more »
Search "actress Diana Pang" on Google, and right under the hit for her Wikipedia page, you'll find images such as the above. We're not just skin-baiting here. This busty buxom, star of such softcore porn films as Erotic Ghost Story - Perfect Match and Evil Instinct, known as the "divine bosom," according to Want China Times, might be entering the one arena that's dirtier than porn: politics.
The above video of an unnamed young woman pole dancing in a Wuhan subway carriage recently hit the Internet, and as you can imagine, it’s well on its way toward viraldom. A Chinese journalist did some digging and discovered that three weeks ago on Sina Weibo, some netizens were calling for exactly this type of... Read more »
There was a bikini contest in the open air of Jilin, Jilin province yesterday, organized by Beidahu Ski Resort, featuring 40 Chinese and Russian models in two-piece bikinis, snow boots and skis. The Jilin Tourism Bureau’s deputy party secretary, Meng Liru, said via NetEase that they were promoting the ski resort and Jilin City through... Read more »
I don’t really have much to say about this story except that there’s a typo in the headline: Excerpt: The immediate effects of breast enhancement surgeries has lured many women to go under the knife. However, the steep cost, potential side effects and unnatural-looking results have led other women to seek natural and inexpensive alternatives.
That last video we just put up of a man streaking outside the Nobel Banquet Hall in Stockholm wasn’t just some prankster after a laugh, or a drunk man who’d lost his wits. It was part of a coordinated protest featuring none other than Liao Yiwu, author of The Corpse Walker and the recipient of... Read more »
In Stockholm on Monday, on the night of the Nobel banquet, a man dashed butt-naked through the cold and snow, his ebullient battle cry resonating across the dark Swedish night. Wherefore?
According to SVT News (via Notes on the Mosquito, a website about the poetry of Xi Chuan), the streaker was protesting Mo Yan winning the Nobel Prize in Literature. (We don't know Swedish, but we see very clearly after putting the article through Google Translate that Mo Yan is involved.) He was also very drunk, which most people have to be to denude in subfreezing temperatures.
Alicia first saw this slideshow on China News, but it’s since migrated to Sina, and if you thought a slideshow of scantily clad women doing Gangnam Style wouldn’t make it to People’s Daily, under the headline, “40 sweet beauties dance Gangnam Style in bikini,” you have been living under a rock. Catch up. These ladies (and... Read more »
Look, we’ll be the first to admit that there’s a lot about the China-USA Super Model Contest that we don’t know. Maybe it’s a pageant to promote Sino-American cooperation. Maybe it’s a worthwhile soft power push in which the ultimate winners are Americans doing business in China, and vice versa. Maybe it’s a contest to... Read more »
Dudes wearing creepy, creepy masks pulled down their pants, held orange-red plastic pails over their privates, and masturbated while scantily-clad female models did sexually suggestive things, including with dildos and blow-up dolls. And it wasn’t for a porno — a terrible, terrible porno that no one would watch. Who wants to explain? “On the afternoon... Read more »
On July 2, Sina Weibo user @馨儿徽安 posted three eye-catching photos of herself to her microblog, in which she wore a police outfit while engaged in various attractive poses. Nothing at all is wrong with this, in case you’re wondering. Images that are deemed too lurid are simply deleted by one of Sina Weibo’s thousand censors, and no... Read more »
The Chongqing sex scandal is getting very, very interesting. Whatever intrigue was already inherent in a scandal involving a high-ranking Party official and his mistress, raise it to the power of Wang Lijun and Bo Xilai. Let’s start here: The femme fatale has been identified as Zhao Hongxi, who was 18 years old in February 2007... Read more »
This People’s Daily headline says it all [sic]: “Girl receive banknote dress from sugardaddy, valued 200,000 rmb.” That’s $32,100. I can’t say for certain what country’s currency is stitched together to make this dress, but my best guess would be the Vietnamese Dong. (Update, 11:31 pm: Commenter MS just made a convincing case that these bills are Ukrainian,... Read more »
The same young lady who made news on Thursday at the Guiyang Auto Show for playing, while half-nude, with a snake is at it again. Here she is doing a gig for a different company at the same show. More pictures via Car News China, which explains: Turns out she isn’t very faithful, here she is with a crocodile! She... Read more »
Organizers of an auto show in Guiyang, Guizhou province has decided hiring topless models isn’t enough to attract attention, since everyone is doing it. They’ve upped the ante with snakes. We have no idea what cars are being displayed, but Car News China does. Pictures taken Thursday; more after the jump.