Friday, August 3, 2012

China Buzz

China Buzz


Pictures: Woman rescued from suicide attempt at West Lake

Posted: 02 Aug 2012 01:32 AM PDT

Woman rescued from suicide attempt at West Lake

“Someone fell in the lake!”

On hearing the screams, a young man quickly jumped into the lake, and swam to the woman who was struggling in water 20 meters away from the shore.

After reaching the woman, the man supported her head by an arm and dragged her back to safety. He even returned to pick up her bag after placing the woman in a safe and swallow area of the lake.

But when the police turned up later, the man had left quietly.

It was learned that the woman, in her 20s, from the Northeast, attempted to drown herself in the lake because of her love dispute.

This incident occurred at the popular tourist spot West Lake in Hangzhou city, Zhengjiang province. It is the place that has seen an American tourist rescued a drowning woman too in October 2011.

Woman rescued from suicide attempt at West Lake

Woman rescued from suicide attempt at West Lake

Woman rescued from suicide attempt at West Lake

Woman rescued from suicide attempt at West Lake

Woman rescued from suicide attempt at West Lake

Woman rescued from suicide attempt at West Lake

Woman rescued from suicide attempt at West Lake

Woman rescued from suicide attempt at West Lake

Sex worker provides sex service to 13-year-old boy

Posted: 02 Aug 2012 12:33 AM PDT

Sex worker provides sex service to teen boy

A 13-year-old boy visited a prostitute?

Recently, Ms. Chen reported to police that her son was given a sex service by a sex worker, when he was bathing at a bath center with her in Xianyang City, Shaanxi Province.

Ms. Chen said she and her husband took their 13-year-old son to the Yalongwang Bath Center of Yangguang Hotel at around 6 p.m. on July 30 to enjoy bathing there. Later her husband left the place first for his work, leaving the boy, Pengpeng, alone at the men’s area, while she stayed in the women’s area separately.

When Pengpeng relaxed himself in the lounge after bathing, a waiter approached him to ask whether he needed the massage service. Pengpeng thought the massage service was included in the bathing service of the center, he agreed and followed the waiter to a room upstairs.

Unexpectedly, several minutes later, a woman came into the room, and took all her clothes off to lie on the bed directly after asking Pengpeng something. The teen boy could not resist that, and had sex with the sex worker.

Pengpeng did not tell this matter to his mother for being embarrassed, until Ms. Chen found there was an additional service that costed her 198 yuan more when paying the bill and chased to ask the boy.

Pictures: Top scorer in gaokao honored by street parade in central China

Posted: 01 Aug 2012 07:11 PM PDT

Top scorer in gaokao honored by street parade in central China

A high school in Enshi city, central China’s Hubei province, has held a parade through the city’s busy streets to celebrate their student winning the first place in this year’s national college entrance exam, or gaokao, in Enshi city. After the pictures of the event were uploaded online recently, it has aroused controversy.

Four boys in school uniforms were seen holding up a billboard in the front of the parade that read “Warm congratulations to the student Yang Yuan from Laifeng High School being the champion in the science category in Enshi region by scoring 668 in the 2012 national college entrance exam.”

Then a boy wearing a big red ribbon on his chest standing in the car through the sunroof followed behind. And dozens of drummers staged drumming performance at the end.

The principal of the Hight School of Laifeng County, Enshi City, later confirmed the celebration, with hundreds of students and teachers participating voluntarily. He said that the school hired the drummers and borrowed the car from a friend.

Top scorer in gaokao honored by street parade in central China

Top scorer in gaokao honored by street parade in central China

Top scorer in gaokao honored by street parade in central China

North Korean girls work as performers and waitresses in China

Posted: 01 Aug 2012 01:55 PM PDT

North Korean girls work as performers and waitresses in China

Under the labor deal signed between North Korea and China, over 30 beautiful North Korean girls were exported to a China’s rich village, Huaxi Village, to work as performers and waitresses there.

These girls are among the first batch of North Korean laborers that earlier reports said North Korea had sent to China (to raise the cash for the regime) after their dear leader Kim Jong-Un seized power.

Aside from serving as waitresses in the Longxi Hotel International, a lavish hotel in the affluent Huaxi village, the girls, all in their 20s, mainly perform singing and dancing to entertain customers.

Their salary is about 6,000 yuan a month for each person. But according to the labor deal, Huaxi village has to pay all the earnings to the North Korean regime directly instead. Each of the girls can only take about 150 yuan a month then.

The North Korean girls are warmly welcomed by the local residents of Huaxi village. In addition to their beautiful appearance, they are virtuous and educated (graduating from North Korean colleges).

Many residents have said if the policies allow, they are willing to make friends with the girls, and even propose to them. But the girls are not allowed to have a relationship, or use the Internet and mobile phones here. They have to be loyal and return back to the country after three years.

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