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Archive for June 23rd, 2012

Al-Jazeera and Chinese Internet Censorship

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 23, 2012

Check out this video on YouTube:

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CNN Explanation of Chinese censorship of Tibet broadcasts

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China is all about love and peace

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American Racing Wheels are CHINESE CRAP!

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 23, 2012

ASCP, another shitty chinese product

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Chinese Savages, Crappy Economy and Magic Sand

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 23, 2012

The King, is. Canadian with a heart of gold and an eye for news, but how about this, he also knows about magic sand. Magic sand was this really cool stuff that you could play with as a kid. It was these multi colored packets of sand you would put into water and make things. Well according to the King….oh hell, read what he has to say about magic sand and chinese construction below…

The King


-Chinese beasts throw a tandrum and crap on the airport’s waiting room carpet and throw them at each other in an “food” fight styled chimpout in a Shanghai airport. Good job morons.

AIRLINE passengers upset at delays and cancellations affecting their holiday plans threw objects at airline ticket counters at Hongqiao International Airport on Thursday, forcing the airport to call in extra police to restore order.

Police said yesterday order had been restored at the airport, where nearly 1,000 travelers were stranded late Thursday.

While police said those passengers were finally able to catch flights at 9am yesterday, problems and delays continued at many airports nationwide as a result of widespread storms. Officials hope conditions will improve today, though rain may linger.

At Hongqiao airport, “it was total chaos with all the noise, and passengers threw stuff toward the airline counters,” said Wang Zhongjun, whose scheduled flight to Beijing was canceled.

Wang took pictures at Hongqiao’s Terminal 2 showing passengers surrounding a counter and broken chairs and other objects inside the counter. Police tried to keep order, witnesses said.

The travelers “got very angry” after they learned there would be no accommodation or ticket refunds for passengers stranded for more than 10 hours, said Wang. Extra police officers were called to restore order and persuade the passengers to stay calm. There were no arrests, police said.

Problems and delays for passengers continued yesterday as southern China was hit by storms.

More than 100 flights at Guangzhou Baiyun Airport suffered delays. The flights were expected to be gradually restored by late last night.

The number of passengers waiting for flights grew as the airport prioritized flights delayed since the night before.

As storms moved northward, Beijing authorities also reported delays.

Flights departing from Shanghai to cities such as Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen were canceled or delayed yesterday, said authorities at the Hongqiao airport.

The weather, however, did not stop city residents from trying to make out of town for the Dragon Boat Festival break.

The airport expected an increase of at least 10 to 15 percent in passenger volume during the holiday.

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China SUCKS ! Stupid Chinese Instructions

Posted by w_thames_the_d on June 23, 2012

Check out this guys take on the big stinky

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