“No one relates to the victims of the Kunming terrorist attack better than the people of Xinjing.”
The attack will be a milestone event that marks a turning point of how ordinary Chinese people perceive situations in Xinjiang. The Kunming train station attack took away many people’s sympathy for the Uighurs.
“Thank God that violent clashes like the ones in Ukraine didn’t happen in China. No one wants to die for the ambitions of greedy politicians.”
Most of the posts on his Weibo pages consist of a picture of some real-life scene, in which a hand-drawn girl with specially designed outfits and gestures catered to each scene is photoshopped in.
Giving birth in the US is the new original sin in China.
South Korean’s new TV melodrama My Love From the Star, which tells the love story between an alien and a pop star, is reaching a new high of how popular a K-drama can be in China
“For these civil servants, a difficult life has nothing to do with survival. It’s only a matter of whether they can continue to abuse power.”
“These sex workers know much better of how to serve the people, and with much higher work ethics than our government officials.”
Because they are concrete jungles where dreams are made – “Back home it’s like a zoo. In tier 1 cities, it’s like a wildlife refuge” where competition matters.
Seeing lined-up ballet dancers in Red Army uniforms performing one of the Eight Model Operas from the Cultural Revolution era at the new year show of 2014 is a bizarre thing to say the least.