- Eric Tsang has fun with bikini models on TV show
- Woman steals baby powdered milk by hiding it under her crotch
- Baidu Map speaks some truth
Posted: 07 Jun 2012 07:47 PM PDT
Recently, a weekly tabloid released several scene photos of the Hong Kong TVB’s game show, Battle of the Senses (or 五觉大战), hosted by Chin Ka Lok, Timmy Hung and King Kong.
The variety show’s crew members flew to Singapore to shoot their new episode this time at a water park, and Hong Kong based comedian Eric Tsang (曾志伟), and actress Shirley Yeung (杨思琦) were invited as guests to play games on the show.
The new episode features busty models donning sexy swimwear only. Lucky veteran comedian. He must have had a lot of fun there, making splashes with the wet hotties.
Battle of the Senses is a game show to have two groups of guests challenge each other, testing their five senses, i.e. sight, smell, touch, taste and hearing.
Posted: 07 Jun 2012 06:05 PM PDT
A video footage of a shop in Huizhou city, Guangdong Province has captured a woman stealing two cans of powdered milk for infants by hiding them between her legs under the long skirt, with the aids of her accomplices.
The video showed that at 9:45 a.m. of June 1, three thirty-something women, one of whom held a baby in her arms, walked into the shop, and pretended to buy something.
The woman with the baby in her arms led the shop girl to another side and pretended to inquiry something to distract the girl’s attention, while another woman in blue skirt took the chance to quickly life up her skirt and place a can of powdered milk between her thighs under the cover of the other one in allover-print skirt.
After done that, the woman in blue skirt then walked out the shop quietly with the can of powdered milk between her legs, and handed the ill-gotten goods to their accomplice waiting outside. Soon afterwards, the woman returned back again to repeat the same criminal act.
When the shop girl realized two cans of baby powdered milk were stolen and ran out to try chasing them, the thieves had already gone.
The film showed that the theft lasted only 5 minutes, and it seemed the blue-skirt woman used no other tool under her skirt.
“She must have practiced a lot to make herself walk in normal posture even with the powdered milk can placed between her legs,” said the shop girl.
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Posted: 07 Jun 2012 12:37 PM PDT
The following photo has gone viral on Chinese microblogsphere, again receiving heavy criticisms from the public.
It shows the search results of the numbers of the country’s welfare organizations against the governmental organs, armed forces and media, triggered by the Baidu Map (It looks the Google Map is being blocked by China now, by the way).
In stark contrast to the considerable amount of toll stations, governments, 5-star hotels, nightclubs, armed forces (under the command of CCP), prisons, police stations, city urban administrative enforcement bureaus and TV stations (state-owned media), the orphanages or poorhouses only have a pitiful amount.
In fact, putting aside netizens’ mockery of the mysterious nation building on the so-called “socialist system with Chinese characteristics,” the photo is not so correct. For example, if you search “福利院 (the house for old people, orphans and disabled children)” instead of “孤儿院 (the house for the orphans),” you’ll have a handful of them with the result.
But anyhow, netizens’ reactions to the photo has very well told that the regime is gradually losing the support of its people.
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