Taiwanese animation studio NMA takes on Prime Minister Wen Jiabao’s “hidden riches”, which exposed in an article by New York Times last week. Chinese authorities have already banned New York Times website for reporting the story. The investigation has showed that much of the Premier’s wealth has been accumulated in areas of the economy over which he has direct authority. This kind of breaking news is usually good material for NMA to make fun with it. Some of the humorous plot we don’t really quite understand, especially when it comes to Apple’s iPhone. According to NYT report, the family business ventures received support from state owned corporations such as the nation’s largest mobile phone operator. China Mobile has formed start-ups with Wen Jiabao’s son. We hope someone can explain to us what the hell is Apple’s gadget related to the political scandal ? Is it some kind of analogy ?
Can’t you get enough Fruit Ninja in your life and you want more, perhaps during class time? That’s how (image above). Other than that, a Fruit Ninja fanboy in China even installed the game on its graphic calculator. You may wonder how the hell he could play on a calculator since most of the calculators doesn’t have a touchscreen. Wish to know how? Video after the break.
Don’t feel surprise if you see people hang over their iPad on the handrail. Recently, a lovely young lady who dressed like a ballerina somehow hooked over the handrail in Shanghai’s Subway to use her iPad. Since she was upside down, her panties become visible for the whole damn world to see. Her indecent gesture sparks lots of discussions on the web. Why are there so many bizarre things happen on Chinese subway? Watch the video after the break.
Is the Android robot turned out to be a Chinese relics ? A Chinese web user has recently discovered the “first-ever bronze Android devices” in Shanxi historical museum, located at North China region. In fact, it is an archaeological finds of a Chinese tripod cauldrons which look identical to the well known iconic Android greeny robot. People leaving comment saying that this might be the evidence of Google copying Chinese’s creativity. Some even said if they can discover the Android robot in ancient China, so what about some relic that look similar to a bitten Apple ? LOL …
With the South Korean single “Gangnam Style” and its music video proving a worldwide sensation, Chinese fans have been busy creating their own “Chinese Style” versions. More than 4,000 videos filmed at schools, in parks and even at weddings were uploaded to China video hosting site. We have found one interesting video produced by Hyatt Regency located at Jinan, the capital city of Shandong province in Eastern China. The hotel which is aimed at convention and business travelers as well as leisure travelers, has created their own “Jinan Style” to celebrate the hotel’s anniversary. The recreate video was performed by all the hotel employees. It’s quite suprise to see such an unique marketing hype to carry out by an international hotels corporation …
Still remember the quad-core tablet Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD? It was revealed to the world at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona way back in February. The Chinese-branded tablet has a high-res screen (1,920×1,200-pixel resolution) and powerful 1.2GHz quad-core processor. Some people say it could be an iPad killer, and recently a Chinese tried to slice an apple on the 10-inch FHD. Yup, the MediaPad 10 FHD acts as a cutting board, and somehow we think this could be Huawei’s viral ad campaign against Apple. Watch the video after the break.
Pig-carrying is one of the third National Fitness Festival introduced to boost exercise in the Hunan province of China. A competitor will carry two pigs in the ‘Hercules’ challenge race. Carrying more than 98 pounds of squealing live pig in each hand, the competitors had to bring home the bacon in the fastest possible time. The would-be strongest man has to carry the pigs 32 yards, along with other tasks. Some of the competitors effortlessly lifted the pigs across the finish line …
Here’s a question, will the taller iPhone 5 be a reach for existing iPhone 4/4S users? Well, we don’t know, but at least we’re seeing some people making fun of Apple’s iPhone 5. There are taller, longer iPhone 5 photoshops spreading on Chinese Internet, and today, the Chinese created this spoof Apple ad for a new iPhone called — the iPhone 20s — in which the new phone’s display is not just slightly taller than its predecessor—it’s a lot more taller and you don’t need scrolling anymore. Check out the video after the break.
This is properly the most disturbing and bloody subway fight we have ever seen in China. An 67-year-old Chinese man and another youngster began fighting over a seat in Guangzhou’s Subway. Neither man would make a concession, and the result was a bloodbath that horrified all passengers on board. The old man was irrational, biting like a zombie, resulting the young man’s face in a bloody mess, and his ear has badly bitten down. When the old man looked up, his face was smeared with blood, the scene just look identical to Resident Evil. Looks like the Cultural Revolution in China hasn’t totally cleared off, the Chinese community is filled with endless violence. Video after the break. (WARNING: DISTURBING)
Taiwan Next Media Animation has released a new hilarious video, address the issue of males passengers have been seen masturbating aboard Cathay flights. The animation is super funny and promiscuous, and of course Cathay Pacific is not happy on the insulting. The Hong Kong Airline company first sought to limit distribution of the video, claiming the animation violated YouTube’s community standard guidelines. Then they asked YouTube to remove the video altogether under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, claiming NMA had violated Cathay’s copyright. Next Media Animation has made another video to satirize Cathay’s respond, click in to watch another hilarious animation …
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