Saturday, September 15, 2012

China Buzz

China Buzz


Japanese porn star: Diaoyu Islands belong to China

Posted: 13 Sep 2012 10:22 PM PDT

Japanese porn star: Diaoyu Islands belong to China

Japanese porn star, Aoi Sola, who is hugely popular in China, recently used her calligraphy skill to write, “Diaoyu Islands belong to China,” in Chinese characters.

The news was forwarded thousands of times on Chinese microblogsphere, and it helped earn her more praises and respect from Chinese netizens too.

She deserves my love in these years,” a netizen commented.

The adult movie actress was respectfully titled “Teacher” by Chinese netizens (possibly because to many Chinese netizens, she is their first teacher on sex). She launched her career in China in the summer of 2010 by endorsing for a Chinese online game.

Aoi Sola attempted to act as a mainstream actess and singer in Chinese showbiz, and it has proved to be successful. She now has a huge base of over 13,000,000 followers on Sina Weibo. (In fact before China’s Twitter Weibo was born, Chinese Internet users had already flocked to Twitter to follow her by bypassing the China’s Great Firewall.)

Interestingly, in early this month, the actress was invited by a significant number of Chinese netizens to set food on Diaoyu Islands, when she asked on her Weibo account where in China she should go sight-seeing.

She was urged to use her influence in Japan to stop Japanese government from destroying Sino-Japanese relations as well.

Man sets his Japanese car ablaze in Shanghai

Posted: 13 Sep 2012 06:36 PM PDT

Man sets his Japanese car ablaze in Shanghai

On September 13, a man set his own Honda Civic car on fire in front of a 4S Honda store on Jiangyang North Road in Shanghai, and unfurled anti-Japanese banners such as “defeat Japanese devils.”

The move had led to the temporary closure of the road, and fire fighters were called in for the fire.

Japan’s recent reckless action over Diaoyu Islands have ignited a fury of anti-Japanese sentiment in China and sparked strong demonstrations and calls to boycutt Japanese products across Chinese cities.

Cosplayer Li Ling poses naked for new photo shoot

Posted: 13 Sep 2012 05:50 PM PDT

Cosplayer Li Ling poses naked for new photo shoot

Sexy crosplayer Li Ling has released a new photo spread, after she caused a huge Internet sensation in this year’s Chinajoy wearing a revealing Athena custom.

The 22-year-old model stripped herself naked for the photo shoot, using a keyboard only to cover up her private parts.

It was said Li Ling took the photos, as a so-called artistic director to an online micro film that is under production by an online game company.

Cosplayer Li Ling poses naked for new photo shoot

Cosplayer Li Ling poses naked for new photo shoot

Cosplayer Li Ling poses naked for new photo shoot

Cosplayer Li Ling poses naked for new photo shoot

Cosplayer Li Ling poses naked for new photo shoot

Cosplayer Li Ling poses naked for new photo shoot

Six Chinese surveillance ships enter waters off Diaoyu Island

Posted: 13 Sep 2012 04:57 PM PDT

In the morning of September 14, the first two Chinese surveillance ships No. 51 and No. 66 entered the waters off Diaoyu Islands, followed by another fleet formed by four other ships No. 50, No. 15, No. 26 and No. 27.

It is the first time for Chinese surveillance ships to patrol in the region, after the Chinese government announced earlier this week the base points and baselines of the territorial waters of the Diaoyu Islands and their affiliated islets, as well as the names and coordinates of 17 base points.

“These law enforcement and patrol activities are aimed to demonstrate China’s jurisdiction over the Diaoyu Islands and its affiliated islets and ensure the country’s maritime interests,” a statement said.

Tensions over Diaoyu Island between China and Japan have intensified, after Japan ignored China’s warning to sign a “purchase deal” with a Japanese family whom the Japan side called the islands “private owners”.

The anti-Japanese protests have flared in Chinese cities again. And a group of Japanese were reported to have been targeted by the Chinese protesters in Shanghai.

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