One day after Conan made fun of a Chinese talk show that ripped off his opening sequence, the host of the Chinese show fought back. Da Pend, host of the show apologized, made fun of Conan’s show and American culture and challenged Conan on getting a big enough crowd on stage in costumes.
When netizens in China found out that Google + was not longer blocked in the country, they flocked to Obama’s G+ page and initiated “Occupy Obama G+” and filled up the 500 comment limit for every post on the page.
A middle school in Zhejiang decided to motivate its students who are preparing for China’s College Entrance Exam to study hard. The story starts with “good Gao Kao score is their only hope to compete with Second Generation Rich and still have an advantage.”
What’s better than Linsanity? Proflint! Clothes and iPhone accessories with Jeremy Lin’s face or #17 on them sell like crazy on Taobao. A sports product company in Wu Xi even registered a Lin trademark.