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 October 24, 2012 10:40

    I was going to joke that the bridge looked like it was made out of Styrofoam... and then I read that it really was...... More

  • Anonymous commented on October 21, 2012 22:11

    polysterene is not applicable for bridges i think for slabs in a building it can it is widely used becasuse its economical... More


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Amazingly, surveys of the American people now reveal the vast majority of them do not trust their new Chinese friends at all, with most apparently considering them a more pressing threat even than Iran or North Korea – coming as something of a relief to Japanese who had been left pondering being dumped in favour of China.

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  • Anonymous commented on November 14, 2013 09:43

    Far less than 60% of americans trust their own government so the japanese are doing good.... More

  • Anonymous commented on October 16, 2012 13:50

    The 1% are worried about when Japan becomes a major producer of giant humanoid robots that WTFPWN the rest of the world. Upside it not many people will be sad when China is the first... More


Scores Dye Horribly in Violet Explosion – China

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Many have dyed in a violet explosion in a Chinese village which caused the streets to run red, after large quantities of powdered violet dye fell from a truck and was scattered over a wide area after other traffic smashed into it, quickly turning much of the village fetching shades of red and violet after contact with water.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 24, 2012 15:55

    Wouldn't that be reder?... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 24, 2012 11:59

    Sooner or later they will have rainbows there which you can see while its raining (not to be confused with a sunshower, orphan tears, mushroom rain, or whatever your regional term for it is (somewhat... More


Chinese Mobs “Mistakenly Burn Down” Samsung Factory

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China’s rampaging anti-Japanese mobs have further humiliated their nation in the eyes of the civilised world by “mistakenly” burning down a Samsung factory located in China, apparently having confused South Korea’s leading electronics company for a Japanese one.

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  • Anonymous commented on July 26, 2013 19:41

    MURICA IZ NUMA ONEZ!!! WE DA BESTUST BROO! I'm just kidding. :) I do get tired of everyone feeling the need to bring up America and hate on Americans though. Sure, I love my country. I... More

  • Anonymous commented on July 26, 2013 19:37

    Did you just use the term "weeaboo" then call someone racist? I call shenanigans.... More


Chinese Hate for Japan Burns at Fever Pitch

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China has in recent days been convulsed by violent hatred of all things Japanese, with mobs forming in cities throughout China in order to loot and burn anything associated with Japan and its refusal to concede the Senkaku islands to China.

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  • DeRosset commented on September 23, 2012 12:09

    I feel sorry for the lady who's car was destroyed, but not for Panasonic. Panasonic's products suck and that company deserves a few financial hits for its arrogance and incompetence. I wish they'd decimate a... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 20, 2012 08:00

    Cant we just drop a few of those "missing" nukes on China? Not only will it help with their population problem......... 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’s Rivers More Beautiful Than Ever

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The majestic wonders of China’s aqautic environment are yet again in the news – this time with the news that the great Yangtze River has turned rust red for “unknown” reasons.

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  • Anonymous commented on March 19, 2013 21:29

    Its just like the red sea on Evangelion.... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 21, 2012 16:59

    God must have sent Moses to China from heaven to warn China that should leave the Senkaku Islands alone and know their place in this world... If China won't agree, then Moses will send the... More


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Square Enix’s legendary care and attention to detail with respect to its much esteemed Final Fantasy franchise are once again the cause of controversy amongst fans – this time because of the level of quality evident in their new figure line.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 10, 2012 13:04

    all they had to do was do a carbon copy of nendoroid, like chibi arts Squenix can't even manage that now. Fcuking sad... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 6, 2012 16:54

    What's so bad about them? I think they're fine for the style they're trying to represent. Super Deformed.... More


Chinese Antibiotics “Made From Sewage”

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Chinese are aghast at reports that pharmaceutical companies have been making antibiotics out of cooking oil made from sewage, the cost of clean (and legal) oil having apparently proven an intolerable drain on their profits, whatever its possible effects on the health of their customers.

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  • Anonymous commented on September 9, 2012 03:18

    Chinese don't like to adopt.... More

  • Anonymous commented on September 7, 2012 01:05

    Which capitalism allows to get out of control by not having the proper protections on it in most cases. Capitalism like this is the conservatives wet dream and they KNOW that this is what would come... 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


China Quality Exploding Chair Anally Maims Girl

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China is again quaking in its seats after being shaken by yet another incident of a randomly exploding chair horribly maiming the poor unfortunate sat upon it.

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  • Fayt commented on May 22, 2013 10:45

    I can't lie everything after the first paragraph was funny as hell... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 27, 2012 18:00

    Why down voted this made me laugh... More


Road Safety, China Style

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Chinese authorities are aghast at the recent popularity of “seatbelt shirts,” innovative articles of clothing which allow China’s drivers to circumvent the incredibly onerous requirement that they wear seatbelts whilst driving.

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  • Chen-04 commented on October 31, 2012 18:22

    Obviously it will be safer to leave the car head first through the windshield than to stay in the soon exploding car. Don't you guys watch any movies?... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 27, 2012 08:53

    Was expecting another exploding thing in China, but no just a thread on how pathetic their driving skills are.... More


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