Angry Birds Seasons Moon Festival Is Available Now!

September 1, 2011 | by:    | China |

Hooray! Rovio has updated its Angry Birds Seasons with 30 new Chinese Moon Festival levels and 8 hidden pieces of Mooncake for you to grab. That means you’ll be smashing green swine in a variety of levels filled with pagodas, rabbits, red lanterns, and similar themed items.


  China Has Overtaken U.S. In PC Sales

August 23, 2011 | by:    | China CHINA TECH |

China overtook the US in both PC sales and shipments in the second quarter of 2011. According to research firm IDC, China’s PC sales reached US$11.9 billion, while for US, PC sales fell behind to $11.7 billion.


  Xiaomi’s CEO Is Imitating Steve Jobs

August 17, 2011 | by:    | China |


Previously we spotted three fake Steve Jobs already, and we are going to introduce the fourth one here today, and he is the CEO of Xiaomi! His company just launched a remarkable Xiaomi smartphone yesterday. If you take a closer look, the way the event was held and the way he stands on the stage look so similar to Apple’s WWDC and Steve Jobs. More comparisons after the break.

  Angry Birds MoonCake Is Here!

August 15, 2011 | by:    | China |

Angry Bird MoonCake
At the end of last month, we have already heard of Angry Bird to launch a new look for Chinese Min-Autumn festival, and we did notice that there will be Angry Bird Mooncake to share with the hundreds of millions of Angry Birds fans worldwide. Now, we have a closer and much more detail looks of the mooncake! Watch it after the break…


  Kunming’s Fake IKEA Store Disagrees They Are Fake (Videos)

August 10, 2011 | by:    | China |


We all know Shenzhen is the biggest source of shanzhai goods, but its charm is fading away since the local government conducts harsh strike on the region, and now the Shanzhai phenomenon is sort of changing. With the five fake Apple stores that broke out in Kunming last month, we can understand “Shanzhai” doesn’t necessary apply on a single product, but can be an entire store. What we are going to introduce today is the “knockoff IKEA”, which also located in Kunming! More info after the break.

  Angry Birds Seasons Gets New Look For Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival

July 29, 2011 | by:    | China |

In celebration of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival (or Moon Festival), Rovio decides to share mooncakes in the shape of their Angry Birds with hundreds of millions of Angry Birds fans worldwide. What!?


  Chinese Man Brings MacBook Air Knockoff to China’s Real Apple Store for Help

July 28, 2011 | by:    | China |


The Genius Bar offers help and support for Apple products, but what if you have a fake Apple product and you terribly need help from an Apple Genius to fix your problems? Well, a Chinese cheapo did it and the Apple Genius really helped him. This cheapo made a trip to the Pudong Apple store in Shanghai, and he seems to have made an appointment with an Apple Genius, for hands-on diagnosis and troubleshooting on his MacBook Air knockoff. Man, this is the naughtiest thing you could do in an Apple store.

  Fake Taxi Bumps On Police Officer, Real Taxi and Bus Helped To Block! (Video)

July 12, 2011 | by:    | China |


This is INCREDIBLE! A very brave traffic officer tried to stop a fake taxi on the road, but the crazy fake taxi driver tried to escape and crashed on him, the officer got smashed and rode on the roof of the fake taxi for over 100 meters. A courageous bus driver tried to stop the fake taxi driver, and the other taxi driver decided to go backward to block the fake taxi. Ultimately, the fake taxi driver got caught by the officer. Video after the break.

  China Bans Electric-Bike in Shenzhen!

June 22, 2011 | by:    | China |


This is definitely a bad decision that was made by the Chinese government to ban electric bikes. If you have been to China, then you must understand the electric bikes are as necessary as having chop-sticks. This ban will start from the 1st of July, the first place got banned is in Shenzhen.


  Huawei MediaPad Eyes-on!

June 20, 2011 | by:    | Android China |


Shut up and sit down, the planet’s first Android 3.2 tablet is here. Huawei has finally introduced a 7-inch Honeycomb tablet over in Singapore’s CommunicAsia conference. What’s so special with Honeycomb 3.2? Well, Huawei tells us that 3.2 is essentially the same as 3.1, but specifically tailored to 7-inch tablets as opposed to 10-inch. Great, and the specs? Awesome.