In honour of World AIDS Day on December 1st, contestants gathered in Shenzhen for China's (and potentially the world's) first 'Wankathon'. Sponsored by sex-toy manufacturer Aihuirun.com (definitely NSFW).
Tourists view snow scenery at Huashan Mountain Scenic Area in Xi'an, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Nov. 30, 2011. A snow hit Mt. Huashan on Tuesday, bringing charming sceneries to the tourist site.
Had one helluva strange classroom experience today. In every class you find a variety of skill levels. Every teacher knows this. Today I had one for the ages. This week we have been working on variables in greetings and goodbyes in an effort to end the repetitive "Hello teacher". In my last class of the week I heard the capper of cappers. One normally mousy and quiet girl started to giggle. I asked "do you have one?" Then came the reply "yes teacher. Wanna f***?", at which point the class burst out laughing and I was left completely speechless.
Given the rarity of leaving me speechless, you know this was a good one. It was so much more than I would have expected in any class. It certainly wasn't something I would expect a girl to say. China is conservative in many ways......but I keep reminding myself #ThisIsChina. #livingInChina is something that often leads to wonder.
The use of sky lanterns is becoming increasingly popular. Many people use them for informal get togethers or parties. Often people use sky lanterns at birthday parties, anniversaries or even grand opening events for businesses.
"China is a true mega-trader — a position last held by colonial Britain, with trade significant not only as a share of world trade (11.5%) but also of its own GDP (47%). The U.S. is China's top export destination. China's trade with Latin America has risen more than 200 times since 1990 and is the fastest-growing corridor. China's trade is beginning to slow, however. Exports accounted for about 25% of GDP in 2012, down from 35% in 2007."
Did that lion just bark at me?Counting down China's most radical and odious counterfeits (http://t.co/aUpy0xcpkV If #China wants to be the new power player they need to clean house first #government...
A few years ago, in the selection of China's most beautiful place of “Chinese National Geography” Guizhou Libo not well known beat many” senior “Famous mountains resort obtained Network Popularity Award, and became ...
GoChengdoo (blog)Jianchuan: China's Biggest Museum ClusterGoChengdoo (blog)Other than the massive museum grounds—allegedly China's largest—and Anren Old Town, home to Liu's Mansion (刘氏庄园博物馆), the tiny, sleepy town appears to contain a small bus...
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