- Baby hiding in a corner for fear of an injection goes viral
- American man accused of raping teen in Shenzhen
- Japanese art student creates mind-bending body modification art
Posted: 22 Oct 2012 06:09 PM PDT
A photo of a baby hiding in a corner and appearing innocent for fear of taking an injection has gone viral on China’s twitter-like Weibo.
The blogger super陶太太 shared the photo on her Weibo account to entertain her friends, but unexpectedly, it was forwarded hundreds of thousands times and the baby now is a widely loved star.
The blogger said she snapped the photo when she watched her friend’s baby son turning to the corner to hide as the nurse was ready to give him a shot.
How sweet it is!
Posted: 22 Oct 2012 05:00 PM PDT
An American man has been arrested by local police on suspicion of raping a 16-year-old Chinese girl in Shenzhen, according to Shenzhen Daily.
The man, around 50, was identified as Robert Dean McDowell, who had lived in cities like Shenzhen and Dongguan for years. He was said to be a frequent bar-goer.
In the evening of September 23, McDowell picked a 16-year-old girl from a bar in Luohu’s Guomao area and then raped her, according to Shenzhen police.
He was being investigated by the city’s criminal investigation department, but more details could not be released.
People who knew him said that his work here involved trade between Shenzhen and the United States. His American wife who used to teach in Shenzhen left him several years ago and now has a restraining order against him.
Posted: 22 Oct 2012 01:02 PM PDT
A new gruesome series of incredible illusionary makeup art created by Japanese art student Chooo-San have caught so much attention.
The hyper-realistic illusions used no digital image enhancement or manipulation technology, but the acrylic paints only.
The 19-year-old student from Musashino Art University in Tokyo said that she discovered her talent when she was was studying for university admission exams. She would draw eyes and other objects on her hands while taking breaks from her studies.
Choo-San first came to the public attention in June when she painted extra eyes, mouths and even batteries to human body with mind-bending results. She’s now back with her new works.
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