Looks like we’re not the only people celebrating Chinese New Year this year – Rovio has released a new edition of Angry Birds to celebrate the Chinese holiday. What’s so great? You can now help the Angry Birds to keep the bad piggies away with the help of the Mighty Dragon, the now transformed Mighty Eagle. Check out the gameplay footage after the break ! Update: screen caps picture on the Chinese dragon destroying the pigs !
Still remember the Mid-Autumn Festival edition? Angry Birds Season will get brand new level when the Chinese New Year starts on the 23 Jan, this edition named “The Year of the Dragon”. It’s also fairly safe to assume Rovio will add a dragon into this update, and it might works like the Mighty Eagle, but perhaps your slingshot is loaded with traditional Chinese foods. We have two teaser videos to show you after the break.
When I say “best,” I mean, “the best deal you can hope for is RMB 770 off a MacBook Air or iMac.” Really, you’d be better off tapping the Apple store app to buy your iGadget. Or do as I do, and hoodwink an Apple employee friend into doing your dirty work for you. Nonetheless, all the Apple China Red Friday dealz, below:
Everyone’s got a mobile phone these days, and it is absolutely normal to use it to send greeting message on special occasions. In China, the Spring Festival is the most important celebration for the Chinese people and is when all family members get together, just like Christmas in the West. And amazingly, Chinese mobile phone users sent 26 billion messages during the seven-day Spring Festival holiday this year.
This video shows a lady so absorbed with her laser lights that she swings them around like lightsabers. The effects are super awesome to watch and there’s one more thing at the end of the show, a wonderful lady spinning 150 luminous hula hoops around her body. Video after the break.
Something mystical appear on Baidu homepage just above its search bar, it is a digit clock counting down! The time it ends will be on the 2nd of February, and that is the day before Chinese New Year starts. What’s that for? Tell you after the break.
The Chinese hell factory, Foxconn is now on recruitment, but this is only talking about the one that located in Wuhan. The factory has set up booths nearby train stations in Wuhan, which they are aiming to employ some 30,000 people to keep up its manufacturing rate during the Chinese New Year holiday.
Remember the Angry Birds real life carnival game? Not everyone could travel to Guangzhou to play it, and maybe you could try this inflatable Angry Birds game instead. How to play? Watch the video (00:50) after the break.
The busiest time in China definitely is when Chinese New Year or Spring Festival holiday comes. And in this year, all Chinese are fighting for train tickets. The development of high-speed railway seems didn’t help to solve the traffic completely. Here is an angry and naked man who wants the deputy station master responsible for the running of the trains provide an explanation.
I’m so excited about this. Chinese New Year is coming (Feb 3rd) and everyone in China will be having a long holiday. Lots of citizens will take this chance to go back to hometown, and this cause the railway stations across the country being packed with massive crowds. An estimation of 2.85 billion passenger trips is expected for this year’s travel peak lasting for 40 days. Bad news? Gadget markets will be closed too.
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