Chinese Fashion Fail



All nations have their fashion failures, but in the case of one as large as China the results can be quite spectacular, or indeed terrifying…


The reactions of passers by are quite instructive.

Via Heaven.

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    Comment by Tommy
    14:48 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    A proper attire is needed for that fat lady. Some people just don't know how to use the mirror.

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    Comment by MaidNiac
    14:34 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    The first one should at least realized the s/he extremely look ugly in that outfit with those short legs..

    Comment by Riiku
    18:17 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Well let me repeat myself for 100th time. It's fat peoples fault that they are fat. The genes and metabolism issues are all but excuses. So no mercy to fat peoples at all. Diet, gym, will power - that's all you need. I guess there are exeptions, but they are very rare, lets say about 1% of all fat ppl.

    Comment by halotoo
    16:04 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Now there is a new reason not to go to the beach. Land Ahoy

    Comment by all_hail_AV
    14:33 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    the first pic lied...

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    Comment by maga
    11:35 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    The first two remind me of emporio ivankov from one piece.

    Comment by hauntedskin
    11:50 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    OMG...albino manatees walk among us!!

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    Comment by イチロ イノ Ichiro Ino
    12:05 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    The yellow skirted person... Is she a fat man?

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:25 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    That's pretty sick, but I'm starting to feel that Sankaku Complex doesn't like the Chinese. Look at all these negative Chinese articles. Come on, I've seen hot Chinese ladies too!

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:35 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Where? I live in Shanghai and I can't find any hot Chinese ladies here. Whenever you see a hot lady on the street, if you get near and listen to her talking she is almost always Japanese or Korean.

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:08 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    That's right! Also, when you do finally find a Chinese girl who is attractive and well dressed you're likely more than not to see her hawk a big glob of spit out. Disgusting unhygienic Chinese!

    Comment by Teabag
    16:53 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    The hot Chinese chicks are now living in the Philippines. Plenty in my college.

    Comment by GrammarPatrol
    15:22 14/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Depends on where you look. In the more upscale establishments you will find plenty of smoking hot Chinese chicks, especially in metropolis like Shanghai. Works best if you have a US citizenship.

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    Comment by Shota_Idol
    12:18 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    fap fap fap fap fap fap fap Ohohohoho

    Comment by Happon
    12:29 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Higher population, higher chance of fail.

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    Comment by MaidNiac
    14:14 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Higher number of executions too..

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:38 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Is that not a good thing, provided that they deserve it?

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:39 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Is that not a good thing, provided that the convicted people deserved it.*

    Worded it strangely by accident the first time.

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    Comment by MaidNiac
    16:12 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Well, i heard that's how they cope with their country overpopulation so you can guess that there MIGHT also people who get convicted and executed over small cases including stealing a kid's lollipop..

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:47 15/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Lol, I doubt there exists any civilized country that executes people for stealing things as mediocre as lollipops...

    At least I certainly hope not. :O

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    Comment by :3
    20:01 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    the bra/bikini + skirt fashion wouldve looked soo much better on her if that bikini just snapped

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:13 15/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Someone call the fashion police!

    Comment by A Zabber
    00:00 16/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Mother of god, who let the dogs out?

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    Comment by Anonymous
    06:44 03/08/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    seen worse in canada ........ "running to cry in the corner"

    Comment by Alpha
    22:19 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    i think that's nothing new in america.

    first one is obviously a wh*re.
    it even look like one of those wh*res in America & The Netherlands.

    second one is a fat lady in a bikini walking in public.
    it's weird, but it's nothing compared of a common FAT japanese otaku, that maserb*tes at underage kids drawings & walk on streets with the standard "i take things too far" look.

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    Comment by CC
    00:41 14/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    First one looks like some guy who lost a bet.

    2nd one.. That's why I don't like high temperatures.. EVERYONE starts getting naked. And if that's worst you all have seen up till now consider yourselves blessed.

    Comment by Hangmen
    20:59 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)


    Comment by mi
    20:12 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    in pic 5
    they saw hairs

    Comment by Anonymous
    20:52 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)


    Comment by liveevil
    05:05 14/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)


    What has been seen... Cannot be unseen...

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:11 14/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    This is spectacular, or indeed terrifying1?
    You don't live in US?

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    Comment by Mimi
    11:14 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Geez 2nd girl only made it here because she's fat. :( If she was skinny she would be smokin hot.

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    Comment by Mimi
    11:14 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Btw 1st girl must be from Hangry Angry. (´ ω `)

    Comment by GrammarPatrol
    15:17 14/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Please elaborate the word "Hangry". I am guessing you are trying to say "inebriated".

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    Comment by Meido_Guy
    06:37 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    OH SHI- MY EYES !!
    It hurts so bad, need to take my medicine in the pet-girl gallery ASAP !! :p

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    Comment by Vegio
    06:40 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    3D pig disgusting!

    Ha-ha, first one regarding that.
    and nice trans.. no, wait...

    Comment by Anonymous
    06:26 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    i want one of those

    Comment by cap’n
    06:22 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)


    Comment by Anonymous
    06:41 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    I think the first two are shopped. Compare her shoulders to the machine in the first pic. There seems to be a black line, which is missing from the other customers.

    Meanwhile, the second pic has her more blended in.

    Comment by Anonymous
    06:45 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    The power of China. Makes you wanna retch.

    Comment by anon
    07:00 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    I'm surprised that the photographer was able to follow her/him without having his eyes bleeding the whole time.

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:04 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Hot. I have an increased respect for China now.

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    Comment by NotAnonymous
    07:04 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Couldn't there ever be positive articles about China? Yeah, I know this is ridiculous, but couldn't there still be an article that doesn't scream "China sucks compared to Japan"? I'm not saying there can't be articles like this, but I don't think that the only posts on China and Korea should be negative.

    And no, I'm not Asian.

    Comment by Anonymous
    07:17 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Sankaku generally holds certain views, so I doubt its going to change any time soon.
    Artefact himself seems to have specific opinions which he personally voices strongly some times.
    I don't always agree with them, so I just choose not to read the articles.

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    Comment by Artefact

    This has nothing to do with "certain views", and everything to do with the fact that people crave negative and bizarre news far more than they do positive, uplifting news. Just open a newspaper.

    Also, the notion that we exalt Japan over China or anywhere else is a patent fallacy - almost all the general Japanese news here focuses on the perversion and deviancy people crave. Didn't notice that perverts assailing schoolgirls seems to a recurrent theme in the Japanese news? Or just didn't care?

    I will leave you with some positive China news:

    Comment by Wiener
    17:43 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Every country has its own problems and characteristics that are worthy to praise. I believe that the news articles posted here are merely to entertain people with more bizzare and extraordinary news.

    Why the news are always aimed at some particular countries is something of Artefact's personal reason (which I'll prob never know).

    Just because these articles are aimed at the more negative sides of China doesn't mean that we should forget some of the brighter sides of China.

    P.S I'm not saying this because I particularly support China, the same comment goes for all countries. World peace =)

    Comment by Anonymous
    18:53 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Eh, it's Artefact's site. His house, his rules, end of discussion really.

    You don't go into someone else's house and tell them how they should address certain matters, it makes you even more rude than you're accusing them of being.

    Just skip the articles or stop coming to the site at all, those are the only legit options you've got.

    Side note, I don't see why China should get a pass, when Japan doesn't get one either, note the tone used when he's talking about molesting teachers.

    And he doesn't pull any punches when he's discussing weird stuff from the US either, like Equality Now or the case with that 14 year old facing a 17 year prison sentence for making kiddie porn (She'd made pictures of herself in the nude for her BF).

    He's just calling them as he sees them. Stupid is as stupid does. :P

    Comment by Sydnian
    16:28 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    artefact: why? because unlike the chinese where they hide facts, using media to pursuade and alter their people's thoughts. i believe you're liberal enough to give an objective point of view about a certain matter to readers where you'll let the readers decide.

    anon: i don't agree with you. of course there are many decisions and historic issues invloved but ULTIMATELY it is the people who create and run their governments. maybe i'm just racist against my own country. just my opinion, no offence.

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    Comment by Artefact

    Consider that it is only a few Chinese people who seem to be of an opinion that writing critically about China is problematic.

    Why wouldn't you write critically about China, a third world dictatorship which tramples the liberties of its people whilst flooding the world with dubious goods in an effort to modernise, all the while whilst coveting the territory of its neighbours and dreaming of global ascendancy? You would have to be Chinese to overlook these aspects of China.

    Comment by Anonymous
    12:51 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Artefact, each of the points you just made are correct; however, the malicious intents of the government have nothing to do with the people (especially in a "third world dictatorship which tramples the liberties of its people")! I don't believe anyone has any objection to your negative tone when writing of the antics of the Chinese government. The only reason "arguments" such as these occur is because the negative tone mentioned above bleeds into articles about the citizens of China. These articles have nothing to do with the Chinese government, and many of us believe that a strong, negative undertone is wholly unnecessary. Don't get me wrong; your article are fascinating. It would just be a whole lot more enjoyable when negative tones are used appropriately.

    Also, I had a comment responding to the above Anonymous' post, but it seems it is gone now...did you delete it? If so, may I inquire: why?

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:13 14/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Very nice response, Artefact. Both defends your point and states the truth! That was truly a very good (albeit enjoyable) debate, and I'm glad to have gotten this sorted out smoothly. Before, I thought you were just a China-hater. Being half-Chinese myself, I don't particularly like my country, but I do feel obliged to defend it (however twisted it may be) when it is offended unjustly. However, I was wrong. I'm very pleased to see that you're not a blind hater, and that you can actually back up your points with logical arguments. Not to sound self-acclaiming or anything, but you have truly gained my respect.

    Yes, I am aware that I sound like a fool. Just wanted to let you know that you made a little high school freshman's day.

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    Comment by Artefact

    They already had this opinion of China. The most popular (may have been superceded now, but got 150,000 hits all the same) article on this site was about a Chinese boy killed by a made in China chair exploding. I suspect one of the reasons for this popularity was that the article tapped into the deep seated paranoia about Chinese manufacturing many in the west harbour (accentuated by the fact everyone sits on those chairs). The mass media is just the same - you would be more to correct to see these articles as appealing to a preset mindset, as opposed to creating that mindset.

    To what extent a news source influences its readers, versus being influenced by their proclivities, is a very complex issue.

    As to the general intelligence of readers, it is something I am resigned to, and I do not begrudge them it. If they are kind enough to keep visiting, that is all I desire of them.

    I would however say that believing that most of China is a dismal place is not far from the truth.

    And most of the articles on this site have a similar tone - Japanese politics, womenfolk, teachers, otaku, all are discussed in a similar manner.

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:27 14/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Apologies for the double post, but I've failed (about three times bad) to mention that my posts are discussing other articles about China, where a negative tone is used. This one is an ideal, neutral (if not positive) toned article.

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:24 14/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    I suppose you are right; this site truly is designed to appeal to the visitors. I just wish most of said visitors had enough brain to see the truth. They agree with you about everything, and sometimes even exaggerate your words, whether it be believing everyone in China treats animals (particularly, dogs) extremely poorly, or saying "hi" to a child in Japan results in arrest, etc. I don't know about you, but to me, most of the visitors to this site seem absolutely mindless--especially when responding to articles about bizarre events occurring in China. Since you Artefact) use a negative tone, they automatically assume you are right (not that I am saying you are wrong, as your views of China are merely opinions, and therefore cannot be right or wrong), and the trash talk ensues. I am not as angry about this as I am saddened, however. Many of them believe China is a, well, total shithole, when only certain regions and aspects of it really are. These people lack the motivation to find out about the truth, and nobody is ever going to tell them of what it is really like in China. This is what saddens me, as you've unintentionally "brainwashed" a large amount of people into hating China. While it is certainly okay to hate China, I don't think it is acceptable if their knowledge consists only of satirical and comedic articles by an author aiming more for pleasing his fans than voicing his opinion.

    Well, that's my take of things. Sorry for all this ranting; I'm just kind of ticked that most of the people here can't tell what's real from what's made for their entertainment.

    Comment by Anonymous
    08:17 14/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    ^This Anon is right, but I was just curious as to why he would treat these articles with a negative tone (well, more so than others).

    >anon: i don’t agree with you. of course there are many decisions and historic issues invloved but ULTIMATELY it is the people who create and run their governments. maybe i’m just racist against my own country. just my opinion, no offence.

    You're right, but the people his articles are directed at aren't the people running the government now, are they? I'm not saying they're good people, but shouldn't they be viewed simply as people living in China, as opposed to the Chinese government?

    To be honest, I am just wondering why Artefact views the general Chinese public that way; I, for the most part, agree with him about his views of the government.

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    Comment by Artefact

    The people are responsible for their government. One man or a party can't run a nation, it takes millions of people cooperating to give rise to an effective government. All these people are complicit. But that need not affect the writing about them here.

    A harsh tone towards Chinese citizens and society is usually because we are dealing with very bizarre cases (for example the slavery cases), not merely because they are Chinese. A harsh tone towards government or business is obviously because of their direct actions.

    I don't agree with the characterisation of this as a site where I or anyone else can write whatever they like. This site is designed to appeal to people, so what can be written is quite circumscribed.

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    Comment by Artefact

    This is absolutely baseless. Read the first sentence of the article and tell how this can possibly be construed as bias against China? There are similar articles on Japan which are much harsher, yet no one complains.

    Such criticisms are plainly originating from those who for whatever reasons are overly sensitive to criticism of China.

    Comment by Sydnian
    08:49 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    true that most of the articles are on the negative side for both japan, china or whatever country it might be. but most of us can see your biased opinion reflecting 'certain views' thru the tone and words used and just basically how you expressed your article.

    Comment by Sydnian
    10:09 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    1st of all, i was born in HK and to be honest, i dislike china. in fact, i dislike HK too, but thats beside the point.

    consider that its not just 1, 2 or 3 of us making a point and commenting about your 'views' on certain countries, so i guess there must be something 'different' about your style of writing where people can pick out your 'point of views' towards or against a country. and to have this discussion, i definitely don't think we're only talking about this particular article.

    but as i said, lowering china or bias towards/against any other country dosen't really concern me at all, but keeping a neutral point of view in your style of writing would be more enjoyable to read in my opinion.

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    Comment by rexyke
    08:05 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Perhaps, since China has one third of the world's pop, hence gives rise more "screw-ups". With modern-tech, these "screw-ups" are shared along with the world.

    Maybe that's why this "bizzare news" magnet of a site produces much "bizzare articles" from China. But I see nothing directly comparing China with Japan, at least in this article.

    Comment by Anonymous
    08:37 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Exactly this. Anomaly sells.

    Comment by Anonymous
    08:39 13/05/2009 # ! Neutral (0)

    Oops, pointed to a wrong reply.

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