Chinese Home Made Into Road for Refusing Sale

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The Chinese government’s vindictive decision to turn a couple’s home into a roundabout after they refused to sell up to make way for a new road has been making headlines in China and beyond.

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  • Anonymous commented on January 1, 2013 23:23

    别在这装中国人了……大陆用简体字……... More

  • Anonymous commented on December 3, 2012 05:45

    My UK friend has said, that's actually quite commendable for the Chinese government to still negotiate with the resident. In UK, if it's a government project, the residents would be forcefully removed from their house... More


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China’s latest pork-barrel prestige project will reportedly take the form of a giant ring, but so pointless is the project that it soon found itself the butt of mass Photoshop mockery.

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  • Anonymous commented on November 19, 2012 00:48

    Sonic the hedgehog approves.... More

  • Anonymous commented on November 18, 2012 20:47

    Even if it's built from foam, they wouldn't manage before 21/12 :)... More


Chinese Bridges Menaced by “Magnitude 0” Quakes

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The propensity of Chinese bridges to spontaneously collapse when subjected to weather, usage, construction, or what some wags have classified as “magnitude 0” earthquakes, is currently creating much controversy in China – and with even official statistics claiming a Chinese bridge falls down on average at least every 2 months, it is not hard to see why.

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  • Anonymous commented on March 8, 2016 05:11

    man, and people think North America's governments are corrupt. China has it really rough... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 23, 2015 17:31

    if they use styrofoam and rubbish in China, I dont want to know what they'll be using in Africa... More


19 Die Horribly in Elevator Plunge – China

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19 have died in a horrific accident as their elevator plunged 30 storeys down a residential skyscraper, killing everyone on board.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 22, 2012 04:19

    really? only 19 chinese people died? dam was expecting a few thousands in the after life considering their over population. also the more they cross over the better the world becomes... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 18, 2012 07:40

    wont be long untill whole china blows up or plunges with no breaks.... More


China Menaced by Exploding Glass

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Reinforced glass panels are amongst the latest China quality manufactures to begin mysteriously exploding, in this case dropping the unfortunates who walking over it into the depths below.

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  • Gradius commented on September 8, 2012 01:32

    Their bombs do NOT explodes!... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 6, 2012 21:26

    You can break glass, but you can't destroy china.... More


Schoolboy Jumps Off Sunshine 60

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A schoolboy has hurled himself from the top of one of Tokyo’s tallest buildings, earning much attention for his “bravery” and unusual choice of location.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 2, 2012 03:52

    high alt jump pros * surety of death * while freefalling at least some time to do some cool backflips, barrelrolls and shiz you always skipped while being too afraid to hurt yourself cons * time to regret; surety... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 30, 2012 22:26

    60 storey skyscraper, eh? that's a lot of "storeys" xD... More


Great Wall of China Collapses

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A recently restored section of the Great Wall of China has collapsed, prompting much soul-searching as to how modern Chinese construction techniques could not keep standing for 2 decades what had previously stood for centuries.

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  • Chen-04 commented on November 18, 2013 01:37

    Do you mean a lack of (honesty and greed) Or dou you mean a (lack of honesty) and greed?... More

  • Anonymous commented on November 11, 2012 19:20

    Ancient China known for the best engineering and good architectures. Modern China is best known for their "Do it wrong at the super-duper-ultra-wrongest wrong ever".... More


Starbucks, Japanese Style

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The “harmonious” design of a Starbucks outlet located at one of Japan’s top Shinto sites has outraged the architectural sensibilities of many Japanese, although pleasurable feelings of violation at the hands of corporate America are sadly complicated by the fact it was designed by Japanese architects…

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  • Anonymous commented on June 12, 2012 23:06

    As expected, Japanese style looks like an ogre barbarian mound serving rat diarrhea.... More

  • lyrasexplushie commented on June 2, 2012 09:11

    They would impale the poor hipsters first before becoming makeshift foundations.... More


Japanese City Devastated by Tornado

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In addition to its usual earthquakes, tsunami, eruptions, storms, floods and fallout, Japan has also suffered an unusually damaging tornado, devastating the city of Tsukuba.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 16, 2012 05:22

    *looks at article* oh, so that is where my tornado in a can went. whoops.... More

  • menx64 commented on May 13, 2012 17:34

    I hope they all land on their feet!... More


Girl Falls “Into Cavern” Through Chinese Pavement

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The dangers Chinese face even walking down the street have once again been highlighted by a video showing a girl being swallowed up by a Xi’an sidewalk.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 2, 2012 00:15

    It's a good thing she was lucky enough that people bothered to stop and help. D:... More

  • Anonymous commented on April 29, 2012 21:29

    so, apparently you *can* dig straight down to China...... More


Chinese Thieves Steal Bridge

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Thieves who stole a 17.5m long stone bridge one night have finally been arrested, although they sold the bridge on before it could be recovered.

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  • Anonymous commented on March 12, 2012 07:56

    Maybe they weren't fat enough. No green grass on the other side?... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 11, 2012 14:00

    What no explosion?... More


Abandoned Japan

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Japanese lovers of desolate and abandoned places have once again sought out the most forlorn and forsaken ruins amidst city and country that the land of the rising sun can offer.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 22, 2012 12:04

    don't forget japan's severely declining birth rate... More


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