Tuesday, September 25, 2012

China Buzz

China Buzz

Miss Bikini International mixes swimwear with Peking Opera

Posted: 23 Sep 2012 06:36 PM PDT

What kind of fashion trend do you think it will create, when Peking Opera, as the quintessence of Chinese culture, mixes with the sexy swimwear?

In a recent launching ceremony of this year’s Miss Bikini International (China Division) finals, the contestants donned swimwear with the highlight of Peking Opera element to show off their grace.

The attempt of the integration of Chinese tradition and modern fashion however did not earn praise from the public.

Instead of viewing it as a creative or fashionable combination, many called it lousy and unfit.

It ruined the glorious treasure passed down from our ancestors for hundreds of years,” said a netizen.

How do you think?

Chinese reality show’s contestant on casting couch of her mentor?

Posted: 23 Sep 2012 12:18 PM PDT

Chinese reality show's contestant on casting couch of her mentor?

The Voice of China (中国好声音), a reality singing contest show that premiered in this July on the Zhejiang Television, has become a hit on the mainland and led audience ratings for its time slot.

But the gossips are flying as well, with the talent show’s huge success.

A female contestant, Ding Ding, was rumored to have been on the casting couch of one of the show’s judges or coaches, Yang Kun, a famous Chinese singer and musician, since the beginning she was picked by Yang as his team member (or trainee) in the first ‘blind audition” phrase of the show.

The intimate bed shots were revealed online too, after the 25-year-old hottie controversially advanced to the next round in an individual “battle” against the other powerful team member of Yang’s which ever promoted the audience to think that there was something fishy.

To many people’s disappointment, however, these intimate shots have turned out to be bed scenes from one of Yang Kun’s Music Videos.

Chinese reality show's contestant on casting couch of her mentor?
Ding Ding performs in The Voice of China.

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