Posts Tagged ‘beijing’

Cleanliness is nexy to godlyness…that’s how the saying goes right?

Screw that shit.

Always wash your feet…just incase your partner is anything like the woman below.

BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese bride burnt her new husband to death after he got into bed after a drunken argument without washing his feet, state media reported on Wednesday.


“Wang and his wife, Luo, were married on February 2. The couple, however, frequently fought over trivial things while still on their honeymoon,” the official Xinhua news agency quoted a local newspaper as saying.


The couple, from the central province of Hubei, had another fight on the night of March 4, “and in frustration they together drank a bottle of liquor to ease their anger”.


“At about 10 p.m., Luo watched her husband get into bed without cleaning or washing his feet. In a fit of anger and intoxication, she set fire to the sheet he was sleeping in,” the report said.


“When he awoke, the two began fighting before a very drunk Wang collapsed. As fire engulfed the bedroom. Luo escaped to the living room, leaving her other half to burn,” it added.


The woman has been arrested, Xinhua said.


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And a HUGE Hello to London 2012!!

That’s it, 16 days of Olympic bliss has come to a glorious end.

Singer Leona Lewis (top) performs on a bus during the eight-minute performance prepared by London, host city of the next summer Olympic Games in 2012, at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games closing ceremony held in the National Stadium, or the Bird’s Nest, Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 24, 2008.

The stage was created on a double decker bus:

So thankyou China for putting on an amazing games, it showed us you can do other things besides fucking up peoples life a la Tibet!

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So I’m British, and to be honest I totally forgot that at the end of every Olympic games there is a handover ceremony, I will be watching this.

David is going to be in the surprise finale. They always have a segment to do the handover, to showcase the next city to host the Olympics,” a source tells People. “He was very involved in the London bid to get it, and as a Londoner he is incredibly proud that the Olympics will be in London. He is passionate about it and looking forward to the games in 2012.”

The closing ceremony will take place on Sunday, August 24th at Beijing’s National Stadium.

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I don’t need to type explain anything further do I? I mean, the picture speaks for itself.

Same we can’t see the embarresment on her face!

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The Turkistan Islamic Party released an internet video Thursday threatening an attack on the Olympics. The group, which seeks independence in China’s Xinjiang region and has launched attacks in the past, says Muslims should avoid trains, planes and buses in China.

China has engineered an effective lockdown on the city of 16 million, making it difficult to get food into Beijing. That has driven up the price of fruit and vegetables by about 100 percent, the price of meat by about 40 percent.

Many Chinese workers have been affected by factory shutdowns on the edge of the city, costing hundreds of millions as the government tries to improve air quality and imposes stringent controls on trucking.

China also refused to provide many visas in advance of the games, which it said was another needed security precaution.

“The problem is not that we have become too strict — the problem is before there were practically no restrictions or control at all,” Xin said. “It was out of control — anyone could enter China and we had to bring this under reasonable control.

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Well….sexy as in the safe sex way!

If it were not for the “announcement notice,” I would not have thought this “Beijing Olympics AIDS Publicity Campaign” was a big deal. But through the notice, I understood, the real purpose of the Beijing Olympics AIDS Publicity Campaign is to “place 100,000 high-quality condoms in the Olympic Village clinic with AIDS precautions and anti-discrimination publicity booklets printed in English, French, and Chinese, available for use by athletes and competition personnel.” According to this news, these 100,000 rubbers are made by the company everyone is familiar with: Jissbon. Our special domestic product at least is considered in this international feast

Continuing on, the next question is: 100,000 condom, for whose use? To use with whom? Although the notice also says they are for “competition personnel” use too, it is obvious the “condoms” are still mainly for the athletes. The first question of “for whose use” is answered.

Then, the big question is “to use with whom?” One single person alone has no use for a condom. Two people having a chat also do not need a condom. There is only one situation that requires using a condom–making love. To continuing the investigation: Athletes do not bring their spouses, so why do they need condoms? The official answer should be: Take it home, then use. And the answer that cannot be made public is: Not necessarily only usewith spouse.

The, use it with whom? The proper answer should be: Athletes who do not bring spouses can only use it with two types of people, one type being people in the Olympic Village, the other being people outside the Olympic Village. People in the Olympic Village are the athletes themselves or competition personnel. Outside the Olympic Village? Take a guess.

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I hope they were PAID to do this shit…ot they have enough cash to get rid of em!


This is another man who tattooed his body to support the upcoming 2008 Olympics in August.  The pictures on his arms and his back are all the symbols for the different Olympic events.

Both of these men were seen before last year so some of these pictures are old. Maybe because the Olympics will start soon, people are talking about them again.

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What do you think?

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