Over 20 Chinese bikini beauties competed each other in an one-on-one “Pushing hands” battles at the Henan Division of Miss Bikini International Pageant held in Sanmenxia City, central China. Pushing hands is a two-person training routines practiced in internal Chinese martial arts such as T’ai chi ch’uan. During the practice, the lower body of the candidates had to stand still to support their upper body for the defensive and offensive movements. It’s quite similar to Japanese Sumo but without the leg movement. The practice would very well show the candidates’ strength, flexibility and sense of balance. This is properly an unprecedented challenge in a bikini competition. We have two video for you to watch after the break.
“House of Flying Laptops” is one of the Intel ad campaign for Ultrabook featuring dueling martial artists and scenes from ancient China. In an ancient Chinese tea house, two martial artists face off in a battle for the power outlet, to power-up their laptop. Their attention quickly turns to a modern woman sitting at a nearby table and working on her newly Ultrabook. The ad has already boardcasted in major China television channel. If you like the movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon“, you will love the approach of this ad …
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