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.
China’s fascination with the pole dance extends to competitive pole dancing as well: three females and one male are traveling to Zurich, Switzerland to compete in the World Pole Dance competition on November 10. The Chinese contestants are listed on World Pole Dance’s website as Cao Haijing, Meng Yifan, Song Xuemei, and Yan Shaoxuan, all of... Read more »
Ultimate Surrender is a website featuring “competitive female sexual wrestling,” and in bold font on its frontpage, it notes that it is “for adults only.” NSFW, if you need it spelled out for you. Not safe for an ostensible news organization, then. Xinhua either does not know this or does not care, because on the... Read more »
This bizarre and awkwardly beautiful sculpture appeared in Shiyan, Hubei province recently, titled something like “The Expression of Sex” (alternatively, “Sexual Expression,” or something to that effect). While considered outré by local standards, I believe its artistic merits justify the more vulgar elements, i.e. the flaunting flesh, for in this carving I see the contemporary acrobatics... Read more »
“If there are lessons to be learned from the sexpo, perhaps one is to be careful how you use your newly purchased toy,” notes RFH at the end of his story for Danwei about the Guangzhou Sex Culture Festival. If only this 30-year-old man in Shanghai had gotten the memo. A stomach-rumbling tale via Shanghai Daily: Doctors at Zhongshan Hospital... Read more »
This will (probably) be our last post on the 10th Guangzhou Sex Culture Festival, which concluded Monday. Above (and on Youku after the jump for those in China), a little video I edited featuring pole dancers. If you’re more of a picture person, check this out. Happy Sunday afternoon bleeding into evening, everyone.
Back on August 24, weeks before people would double down on Diaoyu Islands senselessness, four protesters took to the streets in Shenzhen to urge "civilized patriotism, rational Japanese resistance." Three of them wore swimwear -- bikinis for the two girls, briefs for the man -- and attracted attention as much for their message as their appearance. We posted about it here, with a video.
We brought you pictures of the 10th annual Guangzhou Sex Culture Festival yesterday evening, but by far the best picture from that event — which, sadly, ends today — is the one above. I want you to notice the small gray box that is partially obscuring the picture of the woman’s breast on the left... Read more »
The Guangzhou Sex Culture Festival is always a big deal because, you know, sex. Created in 2003 by Zhang Feng, a soldier-turned government official who goes by “Brother Feng” in his books, Guangzhou’s annual sex lollapalooza draws hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. “Sex is like food,” Zhang said in a 2010 interview. “It functions at the very... Read more »
We only know what Sohu tells us: woman is in her 30s, walking along Beijing West Road in Guiyang, Guizhou province, clothing in her left hand, shoes in her right. Looks like it’s raining. Chilly, perhaps. Police arrive eventually, and nothing else needs to be seen. Previously in mysterious public nudity: White Woman Walks Naked... Read more »
While significant things happen outside the offices of People’s Daily, and other people do real work (like censoring videos — Youku, looking at you), People’s Daily Online has teamed up with Xinhua to bring you important, possibly life-saving tips on dangerous bathing, in a not-at-all tongue-in-cheek article called, “Danger: Don’t bathe under the following conditions.”... Read more »
Somewhere down the line, I'm not sure when or where, beauty pageants stopped being about who was the most physically attractive and instead, in theory, about who was the most all-around beautiful, taking into account personality, skills, and one's sincerity in wishing for world peace.
Four protesters in Shenzhen on Tuesday afternoon came up with a creative way of voicing discontent over the Japanese claims on the Diaoyu islands. With bayonets between their thighs — and three of them in swimwear — they chanted things like, “Civilized patriotism, rational Japanese resistance.” I think what they mean is: don’t do this.... Read more »
On Sunday, a Jilin province-based ginseng association was holding a promotional activity in Beijing’s Chaoyang Park when environmentalists brought its event to a sudden halt. Before being intercepted by park security and escorted out, the young protesters made it known that ginseng mining destroys forests. At least one woman was topless, drawing all the cameras. Poor... Read more »
We’re not sure what this “2nd China International Sandy-Beach & Swimsuit Culture Exposition” is, nor have we heard of Huludao, Liaoning province, which is hosting this expo that began yesterday and lasts until Sunday. We only know what’s in the photos, and that Xinhua put them on its website, because of course it would.