- Edison Chen and Maggie Q get back together?
- School leader dismissed after group sex photos leave government embarrassed
- Japan releases 14 Chinese activists detained on Diaoyu Islands
Posted: 16 Aug 2012 07:50 PM PDT
On August 14, the sex predator posted a photo of Maggie Q taken during filming on his Weibo account, praising she is sexy along with four “love” emoticons.
Later on the same day, he posted another shot of Maggie together with him, to emphasize that they have been good friends since 2000.
The 33-year-old actress was among one of female celebrities involved in the Edison’s 2008 sex scandal. The romantic rumor targeting the pair started in 2006 when Maggie was spotted spending a night at Edison’s apartment during their collaboration in Gen Y Cops.
In a recent interview, she openly expressed that she still stays in touch with the playboy.
Posted: 16 Aug 2012 06:34 PM PDT
A senior official from a university in Heibei city, Anhui province, and his wife, a teacher at a local high school, were both dismissed from their positions by the CCP, after a set of group sex photos widely circulated on China’s websphere left the Party embarrassed.
The explicitly pornographic photos initially brought down two senior county officials in Anhui province in the scandal, as netizens alleged the county officials resembled the two men in the orgy.
Following the county denied the accusation, Wang Yu, who held a position as a deputy secretary of C.Y.L. (Communist Youth League) committee at Hefei college, admitted he and his wife engaged in the controversial wife-swapping game in 2007.
Wang denied the government officials of Anhui’s Lujiang county were involved in the orgy, adding that the other two were just his friends.
Posted: 16 Aug 2012 05:56 PM PDT
According to Xinhua agency, Japan on Friday released all 14 Chinese activists who were arrested on Wednesday after landing on Diaoyu islands.
Seven of the 14 are on their way to Naha airport in southwest Japan to take a plane back to Hong Kong, while the other group of seven will return on the fishing boat they came from.
The illegal detention of Chinese nationals by Japan that coincided with the 67th anniversary of Japan's World War II surrender has trigged a huge wave of public outrage and anti-Japanese sentiment in China.
Anti-Japanese protests have been seen across Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing and other cities to demand an immediate release of Chinese nationals and urge Japan to get out of Diaoyu islands. And Chinese websphere has become an outlet for Chinese people’s hatred over Japan and criticisms against Chinese government who did not take strong response to the arrest.
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