Saturday, September 22, 2012

China Buzz

China Buzz


Smiling official sacked for serious wrongdoing

Posted: 20 Sep 2012 11:41 PM PDT

Smiling official sacked for serious wrongdoing

Yang Dacai, who aroused wide public indignation after he was caught smiling at the site of a deadly rear-end accident in Shaanxi that killed 36 people, has been dismissed from his posts as the director of Shaanxi Work Safety Bureau and member of Commission over a serious violation of discipline, according to Chinese authorities.

The infamous smiling official was targeted by netizens and exposed to have worn eleven luxury wristwatches in various activities and conferences, after the picture of his “inappropriate” smile was spread on the Internet.

Though Yang had responded that he used his legal income to buy the watches, Chinese netizens argued that a public servant could not possibly afford so many luxury watches and demanded disclosure of Yang’s annual income.

An investigation into the case then found him guilty of “serious wrongdoing”.

And a further investigation against Yang is now still under way, said Chinese authorities.

Lin Chiling’s lingerie commercial banned in mainland

Posted: 20 Sep 2012 05:40 PM PDT

Lin Chiling's lingerie commercial banned in mainland

Lin Chiling‘s latest lingerie commercial has been banned by mainland authorities, for being too sexy!

The ad put up at some subway stations in Beijing was said to have been removed too, because residents feared it may “raise the crime rates.”

However on the web, the sexy video has sparked much interests in sex appeal of the Taiwan-based supermodel, who remains smokin’ hot even she has reached age 38 now.

She is seen tearing apart her shirt to show off brassieres and cleavage, and taking off pants to reveal lacy briefs.

Check it out:

Still there is a group of people labeling the commercial as poor taste. But a radio presenter’s comment “woman wearing revealing clothes can be perceived as harassment to others” has aroused
debate online.

h/o to May Daily

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