In the last summer, we took part in a three days trip with Meizu’s fans and their staffs. Within the three days of vacation, we toured Meizu’s headquarter in Zhuhai, attended to the Meizu MX’s launch event in Guangzhou and went to a mysterious island somewhere in the South China Sea. We have made a special video for this trip, and it will show you how a Chinese smartphone brand connected with their users. Hope you guys would like it…=)
A photo of a boy around the age of eight defecating inside a subway train carriage in Guangzhou has gone viral since it was posted on Chinese internet. And the news was also broadcasted on Chinese TV. Majority of the Chinese netizens were criticized the boy and his parent. According to witness, a commuter felt annoyed and questioned the mother how she could made his son do that in public. The mother felt embarrassed and murmured sorry. However, the father seemed very calm and even kept asking his wife if she got any extra toilet papers. The family then got off the train, leaving a pool of shit behind. Nowadays, Chinese parent has some serious problem on teaching their kids about personal hygiene, they seem doesn’t know there is something called diaper. We have gathered some more irritating photo on Chinese kids poop around in China subway …
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)
Once a major player in China’s mobile market, Nokia is now facing layoffs and office closures in China, due to a large drop in its market share in the country and elsewhere around the world. The Wall Street Journal reports that Nokia is closing two regional sales offices in China, and laying off up to 10,000 staff globally. So does anyone care?
In China, we often see many homeless people living under city bridges. Looking at the bridge dwellers may be unpleasant, however, we think the Chinese government should offer housing and health care to these homeless people. But guess what? Sharp concrete spikes are cropping up under Guangzhou’s city bridges to drive away homeless people. More photos after the break.
In 2010, Apple announced a plan of opening 25 stores in China by the end of 2012. Today, Apple has five retail stores in China, two in Beijing, three in Shanghai, but none in South China region where major cities such as Shenzhen and Chengdu are located. Since there are always huge crowds gathering outside the China Apple stores, Apple definitely need more points of sale in the country to disperse the crowds (especially scalpers). After running through our contacts, we have found several sites in South China region that Apple real estate is bargaining for or has signed for. Interested? Read on ~
A group of college girls in Guangzhou city have occupied a male toilet in the name of gender equality and shorter wait times for female toilets. They staked outside the male toilet carried signs board, hoping the authorities will get their attention and do something about it. Men who stood in line for the stalls sandwiched between young girls in their 20s looked embarrassed and even a tad bit helpless. They expressed sympathy and understanding for the young women’s plight while interviewed by the the local press …
The victim, a man from Guangzhou, who bought an iPhone 4S in Canada and shipped it as a gift to his girlfriend in Beijing. However, when his girlfriend received the package, the seal went missing and it sought damaged and ripped. When she opened the package, she cannot find an iPhone inside but a real brick appeared. The couples had already called up the post office (EMS) for reparation, and the company also agreed with their request. This is really weird! Animation after the break.
China’s first Airbus 380 Superjumbo, operated by China Southern Airlines Co Ltd, completed its first Beijing-Guangzhou flight Monday. It carried nearly 500 passengers, including Chinese basketball player Yao Ming and Chinese celebrities. When the Superjumbo made a smooth landing at Baiyun International Airport, people inside and outside the double-decker cabin cheered. Head past the break to see a video of what’s inside the Superjumbo, and the making-of.
This Chinese girl’s boyfriend “Liu” is a fan boy of Transformers 3 and they went to the transformers premiere in Guangzhou together with their friends. However, when the film about to start, Liu did not see the Bumblebee, Megatron or any other the characters, what he saw was his girlfriend’s face! Video after the break.
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