Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Students Having Sex in Public (性交在露天露天野战) in China Near Market

Wow, surprising exhibitionist activity in the Chinese mainland, its good to see China joining the Western World in the skankiness department. Look at all the on the other side of the fence, these two love birds are very brave. Its too bad they did not see the guy takes the candid photos of their open-air love making. This set of pictures of two Chinese university students performing explicit sex act in open public is making it’s way round Internet via emails, forums, blogs and bulletin broads. It seems that the world is discovering that public sex is the best sex. It looks like they had two other people doing look out for them but they just might be waiting their turn. Or they had no clue what was going on just a few meters away. Click on pictures to enlarge. Source:


Monday, December 1, 2008

Xiao Yun's Personal Bare-body Drive for Donation to Sichuan earthquake victims

Who is this mysterious Sichuan girl who is posting up semi-nude pictures of herself online for all to see? Well, if you have been following the newspaper lately, The New Paper just ran a story about her:

Attention seeker or charitable soul?
Beijing teen posts sexy pictures online asking for Sichuan earthquake donations

SHE poses suggestively and flashes a megawatt smile. Her plea: ‘Donate money to help my compatriots in Sichuan, please.’

Known only as Xiaoyun, the Beijing-based teen wrote in a recent forum post that she had decided to circulate revealing pictures of herself to ‘encourage people to donate’.

More than 100 photographs of her are now circulating online. There are also pictures of her posing in what appears to be her bedroom.

Her post has caused an online uproar with mixed reactions. Some have applauded her for ‘expressing herself’, while others have labelled her an attention seeker.

Since the pictures were posted online last week, they have attracted more than one million hits, according to online news reports.

A blog search with the keywords ‘Xiaoyun’ and ‘Sichuan’ yielded more than 6,500 related blog posts.

In the original forum post, Xiaoyun claimed her efforts were inspired by her affinity with Sichuan, her hometown.

She wrote in Chinese: ‘I am from Sichuan. My hometown has been badly hit by the recent earthquake. It’s encouraging to see people donating to help - I will release more photographs of myself to encourage more people to donate.’

About 69,000 people were killed in the earthquake that struck the province on 12 May.

It is not known whether she is personally collecting donations, or how much she has managed to raise.

‘I just want to give something back to my hometown,’ she wrote.


Responses to her ‘donation drive’, however, have been mixed.

One blogger questioned whether the teen genuinely wanted to help, or whether the stunt was simply to help catapult her to online fame.

The blogger wrote: ‘These photographs look like they were carefully selected. She probably just wants to use the viral nature of the Internet to raise her profile online.’

Another blogger lamented: ‘It’s a pity that these ‘post-90′ (referring to the year 1990) girls are so shameless. Is this all they know how to do? What happened to their dignity?’

However, another blogger lauded her, saying that he admired her ‘willingness to express herself’.

‘It’s a pretty creative way to get donations - we need more creative people like her around,’ the blogger wrote.

Some were more flippant, like one netizen who noted Xiaoyun’s unshaved armpits.

The issue has also been hotly debated on the popular forum, where Xiaoyun herself posted a response.

She wrote in Mandarin: ‘I would like to thank both those who have supported and criticised me. You have made me more mature, and given me a better understanding of what people are really like.’

She stressed that she had decided to post her pictures not for self-promotion or money, but because of a genuine desire to help the earthquake victims.

‘I urge you to admire my photographs from an artistic point of view. Womens’ bodies are meant to be admired that way,’ she wrote.

She added that she had seen most of the comments left about her on the forum.

Responding to several personal messages sent to her through the forum, Xiaoyun wrote that she ‘felt terrible’ and was ‘nearly in tears’ after reading some of the more hurtful ones.

‘I don’t regret posting the pictures - I only regret that they have been seen by people who cannot appreciate them,’ she wrote.

She added that she hoped her critics would hear her out before judging.

‘I hope that you will read what I have to say and change your mind about me. I am still willing to be your friend,’ she wrote.

I don’t know whether this Xiaoyun story is true or if she is being sabo-ed, but it did strike me that teens nowadays are getting more expressive on the Internet, with the world audience as a platform.


Sunday, November 30, 2008

Tang Jia Li - Revolutionized China's Nude Art Scene

Tang Jia Li (simplified Chinese: 汤加丽; traditional Chinese: 湯加麗; pinyin: Tāng Jiālì) (born July 13, 1976 in Hefei, Anhui) is a Chinese dancer and model who became a celebrity and household name in the People's Republic of China in 2003 by being the first woman to sell books of nude artistic photographs of herself since the lifting of many of the previous restrictions on distribution and sale of such photographs.

As of 2005, her name (in Chinese characters) is one of the top searches in Chinese search engines.

Tang Jia Li(簡體中文版:汤加丽;繁體中文:湯加麗;漢語拼音: tāng jiālì )(生於1976年7月13日在合肥,安徽)是中國舞蹈家和模型誰成為名人和家喻戶曉的名字,在人民共和國的對中國在2003年被第一名女子賣書的裸體藝術照片,她自解除許多以往的限制,分配和出售這種照片。



Saturday, November 1, 2008

Ceramics Painting Exposition

To say the 8th China International Ceramics Expo was fun would be doing injustice. Who would ever imagine that ceramics could be this fun? China is now a whole new world and a very different place from what we may have expected.

Explicit and exhibitionist activities in China are now officially sanctioned by the State. And exhibitionism in the Chinese mainland is on the rise with some people even having sex in the open, and bloggers daringly detailing their activities with hundreds of men, in their blogs.

The eighth International Ceramics Exposition and World Ceramics Purchasing Fair held in Zibo, Shandong province, on September 16-20, 2008 had everything. Including a lot of hairy bush, nice asses and pinkish tits on display. Not to mention the latest ceramic designs by 423 ceramics artists from seven provinces. Now, the only thing is to try figure out what nude chicks have to do with ceramics. It won't be too difficult though. This might take awhile but I think I like where China is heading.

The four-day China International Ceramics Exposition and World Ceramics Purchasing Fair kicked off in Zibo, east China's Shandong province. The show attract about 40,000 participants from over 30 countries and regions.

More than 1,000 ceramics enterprises displayed their latest porcelain and pottery products and also new technologies, at this 160,000-sq-m exhibition.

"The exposition is a pageant in ceramics circles that promotes exchanges between China and the world and fosters the industry's development in Zibo," said the city's mayor Zhou Qingli. Nothing was mentioned about the human porcelain though.

Sponsored by China Federation of Industrial Economics and China Ceramic Industry Association, the exposition displays a wide range of products including industrial ceramics, ceramics for daily use, artistic work and ceramics used inside buildings.


Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Summer Palace - banned in China

Summer Palace (traditional Chinese: 頤和園; simplified Chinese: 颐和园; pinyin: Yíhé Yuán), is a 2006 film and the fourth feature film by director Lou Ye. The film was a Chinese-French collaboration produced by Dream Factory, Laurel Films, Fantasy Pictures and Sylvain Bursztejn's Rosem Films. It was made in association with France's Ministere de la Culture & de la Communication, Ministere des Affaires Etrangeres and Centre National de la Cinématographie (CNC).
Cinema Poster
The film deals with young student played by Hao Lei who leaves her small hometown to study at the fictional "Beiqing University" (an homage to Peking University). There she meets a fellow student and begins an intense romantic relationship in the backdrop of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989. The film also follows the eventual disillusionment of these young idealists after the crackdown, as the years progress through the 1990s and into the 2000s. The film is named after the Summer Palace located in Beijing.

To Watch the Banned Trailer - Click Here