A video showing a Beijing dance instructor physically and verbally abusing her students in a studio went viral on Chinese social media. The video has been played 1.83 million times since it was uploaded just 4 days ago, according to Youku. The woman can be heard shouting at her class of female students, who appear to be aged 13 to 15 years old. The clip shows she was striking students with a cane, kicking them and slapping and shoving their heads. Chinese netizens slammed the teacher as “crazy”, “immoral” and “unworthy of being a teacher.” Previously, we have seen how an unqualified Chinese teachers abused kindergarten kids, by holding up a child by his ears. Sometimes, the characteristic of the Chinese can be freaking sick, thanks to Chairman Mao and his Cultural Revolution. Communism may be part of the reason for this kind of immorality in Chinese society.
It seems HTC has some poor judgment on tablet market two years ago and they’re now trying to clear their excess stock. HTC chairwoman Cher Wang announced an initiative at a World Bank roundtable last week to donate 100,000 HTC tablets to young women in Asia-Pacific countries, which is dedicated to promoting women’s rights. The tablet will be distributed to schools, in an effort to establish a technology-enabled learning platform to aid education among young women throughout the region. According to the Taiwanese company, the tablet selected for distribution is the HTC Flyer. The device features an all-metal chassis and comes with a stylus. It is equipped with a 7-inch capacitive touch screen rated at 1024×600 pixels of display resolution. The model debuted in May 2011 and was discontinued in December of 2011. The introductory price is US$499 for 32GB Wi-Fi models. HTC was the only Asian private business invited to attend the forum sponsored by the World Bank at its headquarters in Washington DC. Wang’s commitment to donate tablets drew applause at the meeting. A booth displaying HTC’s lastest products was also set up at the World Bank roundtable venue, drawing many visitors.
In China these days, Apple’s iPad is the middle class child’s companion of choice. It is becoming commonplace for a family gathering to feature parents playing mahjong, while their children tapping Angry Birds on the tablet device. Chinese parents often encourage this trend. They have considered the iPad a good choice, since it provides interactive visual and audio content to entertain their kids. However, experts have pointed out that the iPad is not a perfect tool for early education and may function negatively on children if used improperly, particularly when it comes to children’s eyesight. A 2-years-old kid in Wuhan city Central China, has got a 500 degrees of nearsightedness, thanks to Apple’s technology and his ignorance parent. The little Chinese kid started to use iPad while he was one and a half years old. His parent has downloaded lots of children apps for their child to learn and play, and they’re happy to have an easy job on taking care their kid …
What is it like to live in a place where you can’t breathe fresh air ? People in Beijing are already finding new ways to cope. Two international schools has built two “pollution domes” to protect their students during physical activity. The domes are giant pressurised canopies that can cover sports fields, playgrounds or tennis courts, so that children can have recess and play sports outside without breathing the toxic air. The school monitors air quality and limits outdoor sports on days when the air is too dangerous. The physical instructor said the domes were built so that children weren’t stuck inside on days of severe pollution …
Children should never be treated like this. Parents across China were shocked when two separate stories of gross physical abuse against kindergarten-aged children made national headlines. Closed-circuit TV video from inside the classroom confirmed a teacher was slapping, kicking, hitting and verbally abusing kindergarten kids. Another school abuse scandal broke out after a picture taken in a kindergarten showing a teacher holding up a child by his ears — the boy obviously in pain and the teacher was grinning widely. Fxxking hell, the Chinese society is seriously freaking sick !
Looks like Apple has managed to change the way Chinese students access education material and help them learn and study. A high school in China — Jinling High School — has equipped its senior students with iPads in a bid to replace textbooks and help students in their studies. And best of all, the school has managed to help students to reduce the burden of school bags from at least five kg to less than one kg while saving book expenses by thousands of yuan a year.
A group of children living in Zunyi, a prefecture-level city in Guizhou province in southwestern China, have been guided by adults on how to smash a Japanese car when they see it parking on the street. The photo was uploaded to Chinese social network, and before it goes viral, the authorities have already suspended the user account. The Chinese government has taught the young kids to be anti-Japanese at school and their parents seem to be encouraging this. The anti-Japanese protest which is happening in China right now has become totally inconceivable and with crazy bad ethical behavior … One more picture after the break.
‘Back-to-school’ gadget shopping seems very difficult for parents and students in China, which provided galore options in promotional offers, types of items, specifications and market trend. Freshmen have been arriving at Chinese universities one after another, quite a lot of them have been acquiring electronic gadget for their upcoming college life. Here are some pictures of Chinese college freshmen with their personal electonic gadgets. Surprisingly there isn’t too much Apple i-products, no iPad. We can see quite alot of Android phones, there are even Blackberry and Nokia features phone … and portable gaming consoles are almost dead.
Electronic products are a must for new generation of college students in China. Stores across China have seen a rush to buy the gadgets in the run-up to the new school year, particularly among college students. An incident has happened in one of the Apple authorised reseller shop in Beijing last month, a freshmen made a fuss demanding to her parents, insisted on buying an iPhone 4S, new iPad, and Macbook which cost over 20,000 yuan (US$3,129). The three i-products are described as “Apple 3-Piece Set”in China retails market. The girl said to her parent, “if you don’t buy me these, just go ahead and let me lose face in college”. Her mother was in tears because she couldn’t afford the luxury Apple products …
This is not a photoshopped work, it’s real. A group of college students from Dalian, a major city at Northeast China, recently shot their graduation photos against a unique backdrop, their school building engulfed in flames. The university is located next to a warehouse. The warehouse caught fire and the flames spread to a student dormitory nearby. Many students first had the opportunity to use the burning dorm as the background for their graduation photos. It’s too big of a coincidence to see the university on fire on a graduation day and the students were filled with excitement. Two more photo after the break. UPDATE: new photo and video
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