Posted on October 6th, 2015 in Chinese, photos, Qingdao
A fat Chinese lady from Qingdao
, a city in eastern China, has became famous on wearing this ‘high-tech’ anti-tanning swimwear. The black latex swimsuit has covered her whole body including her head, only her eyes, mouth and both hands can be seen. The purpose of this custom-made swimsuit is to prevent skin exposure to the sun (prevent tanning), and perhaps protection against jellyfish when swimming.
Posted on August 4th, 2015 in Chinese, Jack Ma
Jack Ma, CEO of the popular Chinese online group Alibaba.com, is the one of the richest member in the multi-billionaire club on the Chinese mainland in 2015, with a personal wealth of US$22.7 billion.
Posted on July 13th, 2015 in children, China, Chinese, Chinese children
Water. Children. No gadgets. No iPhone 6S rumors. Only offline. Fountains of joy.
Posted on December 14th, 2012 in Apple Beijing, Apple Store, Beijing, Beijing Apple store, Beijing Sanlitun, China Telecom, Chinese, contract, Culture:China, email, iPhone, iPhone 5, mainland China, online, phones, reserve, scalpers, Shanghai, Shanghai Apple Store, store, Wangfujing, Wangfujing Apple Store
Today, Apple’s popular iPhone 5 officially goes on sale in mainland China, and both China Unicom and China Telecom also start offering the iPhone 5 to customers.
Posted on November 4th, 2011 in Android handset, Android Market, Android phone, Android Tablet, app, Apple, Chinese, Google, Google Android, photos
There’s a good reason Google’s Android Market is screwed up in China. Google and China hate each other
so much. And interestingly, we are seeing over 70 kinds of 3rd party Android markets in China.
Posted on October 1st, 2011 in Apple Store, Chinese, Guangdong, Hong Kong, IFC Mall, new Apple stores, Shenzhen
From the realm of sci-fi to Steve Jobs’ glass staircase: The Hong Kong Apple Store is official. Where is it? What does it look like? How will the store affect the city’s “gray market” for Apple products?
Posted on August 10th, 2011 in 11 Furniture, Chinese, clone, fake, fake Apple stores, Ikea, IPR, media, Reuters, Shanzhai
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.
Posted on November 5th, 2010 in Chinese, employee, Foxconn, safety, suicide, workers
Oh my god. Today morning, another employee of Foxconn leapt to his/her death. This happened at one of Foxconn’s manufacturing facilities in the southern Chinese manufacturing hub of Shenzhen. The death was confirmed by the municipal government. No further information was immediately available. We are sad, and one thing comes to our mind, where are the safety nets? Updated.
Posted on January 19th, 2010 in Chinese, Culture:China, Google, photos, update, videos
Google has decided they are no longer willing to continue censoring search results on Google.cn, the Chinese version of the search engine. This may well mean having to shut down Google.cn, and potentially leave China completely. Yup, it’s real, Google is pulling out of China very soon.