Too much TV? Two 12-year-old girls in China committed suicide with the hope of crossing-over time to Qing Dynasty

Alia | March 5th, 2012 - 3:25 am
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For years, we’ve heard studies that show the negative influence of too much TV. Now we see a real life example. Two 12-year-old girls in China committed suicide together, with the hope that they can cross-over time back to Qing Dynasty and shoot a movie with emperors at the time.

Time travel in China, a concept that has been misunderstood

Alia | April 19th, 2011 - 5:48 am
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Time travel in China has nothing to do with technology or sci-fi. Rather, it is referred as time crossover in which people go back to historical periods and either switch souls with famous historical figures, befriend with them or become the love of life of them. It is an escape from reality rather than a journey of imagination.

April Fools’ Day, Google.cn introduces Google Time Machine Search

Alia | April 1st, 2011 - 12:44 am
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April Fools’ Day, time for Google to release its annual hoax. This morning, Google China (Google.cn) releases a product called Google Time Machine Search (穿越搜索) – a search engine that can send users back to history, and, of course, Chinese history only.

In China, great minds look alike (literally)

Alia | March 31st, 2011 - 4:50 am
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According to the findings of Chinese netizens, many of these great minds in China’s history may just as well be one man “traveling back and forth through time”. Their proof? Pictures from Chinese history book…well-known figures all look the same with slightly different beard.