Jun 252013

The famous commercial kings Rhett and Link have debuted a new commercial, titled Kung POW!, for Chinese restaurant Frontier Wok in Burbank, California

As their theme is the Old West, they pair the shop owner against a hungry customer in a classic duel, only with fried rice and chow mein in place of bullets.

For the cherry on top, they even mismatch the audio and video to give the advert a cheesy kung-fu film flavor. 


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Jun 212013

Andrew Huang isn’t your average online rapper. He’s not simply bilingual, but can speak five languages fluently. He demonstrates his linguistic and music ability in his new rap song Vas Tunga – Andrew Huang Raps In 5 Languages, where he weaves a song in English, Spanish, French, Swedish, and Mandarin. 


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Jun 172013

Every though nearly every piece of consumer products now originate in China, the World’s Factory still has a name for poor quality control and nearly no oversight. 

This viral video by Mark Bridgman doesn’t help that stereotype. It was actually published a year ago, but has only gone viral now. 

While waiting to depart on his flight from Guangzhou Airport, he was sadly less than surprised to discover air freight employees literally throwing boxes of cargo so carelessly onto the conveyor belt that most of the packages fell of with a great crash. 

After watching the men pathetically attempt at cleaning up their mess, Mark couldn’t help but let off some steam, saying, “What a joke, If you had put them on right first, you wouldn’t have this problem. I hope they’re not fragile.” 


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Jun 142013

As a promotion for the CBC’s George Stroumboulopoulos The Hour, they invited world famous martial arts actor Jackie Chan to tell a story as a part of their Best Story Ever series

Jackie recollects how he had the special opportunity as a young man to star in a Bruce Lee film.

He adorably admits how after Bruce accidentally hit him too hard in the face, he purposefully ‘milked’ the occasion to spend a little more quality time with his martial arts idol. 


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Jun 072013

There are few things dreaded more than having one’s flight delayed. Of course, what is worse is being delayed on the tarmac for hours after leaving the comforts of the airport bar behind to board the plane.

Now your delayed, and unnecessarily uncomfortable. 

And that’s exactly what happened to musicians of the Philadelphia Orchestra while traveling from Beijing to Macao. After boarding their plane, the passengers discovered they would have to wait three long hours in the cramped fuselage before departing. 

To make lemonade out of lemons, and to entertain and calm the other travelers, the musicians of the Philadelphia Orchestra decided to provide a “pop up” performance.

“Absolutely gorgeous. A clear case of music being the international language,” says viewer Alexandra Billings


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