Adult Breastfeeding Is A Thing In Shenzhen, Says Chinese Media, For “Health Purposes”

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It's scary to think so, but adult breastfeeding might be the latest way to show off one's wealth. At least, if you believe what you read in the papers. In Shenzhen, as reported by SCMP, "increasing numbers of adults have been hiring wet nurses so they can consume breast milk for its nutritional value, Lin Jun, a manager of Xinxinyu Household Service Company in the southern city of Guangdong, told the Southern Metropolis Daily."

Guangzhou Water Park Trots Out Bikini Girls For PR, Is Successful

PR department for the win. Chimelong Water Park sent thousands of women in bikinis to do their bidding, and let's just say we're paying attention. In this video, girls form "2013" in the shape of a snake while getting sprayed down. Kids go on water rides. Everyone is happy. Sweet summer is here.

China Has A New “Four Great Beauties”

China's New Great Four Beauties
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 »

Tips For Private-Part Hair Care, Via Chinese Internet

Taobao seller's infographic on shaving
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 »

Bikini Babes On Hong Kong-Shenzhen Border Want You To Know Breast Milk Is Better Than Powder

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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;”

You’re Trying Too Hard, Pole Dancers

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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.

Foreigner Goes Streaking In Beijing Airport

Foreigner streaks in Beijing airport
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 »