Feb 222014
Super Mario Theme Performed On Sheng Chinese Instrument

You’ve probably never heard of the Sheng, but it’s actually one of China’s oldest instruments, dating back to 1100 BC.

Li Jin Li performed the classic Super Mario Brothers theme song on the Sheng at the National Concert Hall in Taipeion, Taiwan, and it’s just awesome.

She even includes the iconic ‘coin’ sound effects! 

The video was posted by Asian YouTuber Nsofilm a week ago, but it has only exploded over the weekend now with over 350,000 views!


Via TastefullyOffensive.

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Jan 272014
Li Na’s Winner’s Speech At 2014 Australian Open Is Epic And Hilarious

Chinese professional tennis player Li Na nabbed her first singles final victory at the Australian Open, defeating Dominika Cibulková.

But it was her victory speech that has created a buzz online. 

She began with, “Max, agent, make me rich. Thanks a lot.”

But it was her note to her husband that really has the Web in stitches. 

“Now, of course, my husband, famous in China. Thanks for him for giving up everything, just travelling with me to be my hitting partner, fix the drinks and fix the racquets, so, he did a lot of jobs. So, thanks a lot, you’re a nice guy. And, also you’re so lucky, you found me.”


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Jan 122014
Man Discovers Plastic In Asian Noodles

China is infamous for their realistic fake products and counterfeits, from fake eggs, to iPods, to baby formula. 

But now it seems the trend has finally come to the USA. 

YouTuber Twinclouds1 has instantly gone viral this weekend after publishing this scathing video which apparently depicts ‘plastic stuff’ in Asian noodles he purchased at a company located in El Monte, California.

He attempts to burn the alleged plastic to prove it is artificial. 

“Be careful what you eat,” he warns. 

The video has already amassed over 3 million views this weekend.


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Nov 142013
World’s First Kim Jong-Un Impersonator

Barcroft TV reports that the very first impersonator of North Korea’s young dictator Kim Jong-Un has taken to the streets of Hong Kong. 

Passersby were naturally shocked to apparently see the head of the rouge state causally walking down the street and enjoying local eateries, with many asking to take a photo. 

“It is fun to pose with everyone, and play dictator for the day. The key is always look unhappy and dissatisfied,” says the 34-year-old musician. 


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Oct 142013
‘Chinese Food’ Music Video By Alison Gold Is The New ‘Friday’

Whenever a teeny bopper stars in a music video their affluent parents financed, the web can only think of one meme: The dreaded Friday by Rebecca Black

So it’s no surprise the web is screaming Rebecca Black 2.0 after seeing this new music video starring Alison Gold. 

The same despised Ark Music Factory that delivered the likes of It’s Thanksgiving and Hot Problems, has cursed the Internet again with Chinese Food

Like the viral music videos before it, the somewhat offensive, and overall horrible song is quickly going viral for being so bad-it’s good. The video is already featured on UpRoxx, DeathAndTaxes, and EntertainmentOnline


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