May 282013

Last March, the man with the new Terminator arm went viral after he showed the camera how he can now use the fully robotic arm to tie his shoes and play cards. 

Now, Chinese farmer Sun has made international headlines after news of his homemade bionic arms hit the web.

NTDTV reports that after a tragic farming accident, the farmer lost both of his hands. 

Without the resources for a medical prosthesis, and disappointment with budget arms, the farmer decided to make his own. Now, he has recovered many of his lost functions, and can help in the fields again.

Better, other people in the area are now approaching Sun for their own bionic arms, supplementing his income further and helping the community. 


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May 272013

Unofficial Internet queen Ellen DeGeneres is well known for her love of cute and talented kids. Her most recent little guest was Ryan Wang from Canada. The Chinese-Canadian is only five years old, but has already performed at Carnegie Hall. 

Ryan performed Variations on a Russian Theme for Ellen’s studio audience and now it trending online. 


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Mar 182013

You know capitalism is alive and strong now that Hooters has opened in China. The chain actually opened their first restaurant in Shanghai back in 2004, and but now they have shown that they are not just a fad. They are in China to stay.  

Over the weekend, travel channel Travel and Vehicles published this video of his experience at a Hooters restaurant in Shanghai. 

Just like in America, the waitresses sing to the patrons in scantly clad outfits and orange short-shorts. It’s so similar, yet so different. 


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Feb 042013

Comical Stand Up brings this comedy clip by Anto Chan that is going viral. In ten days, the video has already garnered over 150,000 hits.

Anto discusses the complexities of the Chinese dialect Cantonese. For example, the word ‘gow’ can mean multiple things all based on slightly different pronunciations.

To show just how complex things can get, Anto recites a sentence in Cantonese that, to the untrained ear, seems to sound like, ‘Gow gow gow, gow gow gow gow.’


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Jan 302013

This short video clip which originated on the Chinese Internet has made its way to the Western web. The short clip captured as rooftop snow fell off a row of buildings in Shenyang, China in a truly ‘spectacular fashion.’

 As Nikita Shiekov says: “Looks like a progressively hard Guitar Hero song.” The clip has appeared on MSNVideo, DailyPicks, and HuffPost


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