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Archive for August, 2012

Chinese Guy Showing What it Takes to Be a ‘Man’ in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 31, 2012


You know this coward has never fought with a dude in his life. It is sad that Chinese give so little respect to women.

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Exclusive Look at New Chinese Luxury Vehicle

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 31, 2012


Who says the Chinese cannot innovate? This has to be one of the best ideas for public transport, or one of the most shining examples of how lazy the Chinese are….

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Irresponsible Chinese Cause Closure of UK International Program

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 31, 2012


Chinese fuk up everything they are involved in. This is a case of a foolhardy UK school and idiotic Chinese students. The worthless Chinese did not attend classes once they had a visa, and the school did not report them. Also they allowed ignorant Chinese with shitty to no English skills to attend the school.Deport the Chinese losers.
I wish American unis would do this as well.

Wantchinatimes.com

More than 600 Chinese students may face deportation from Britain if they fail to transfer to others schools within 60 days after the license of London Metropolitan University to recruit non-EU foreign students was revoked by the UK Border Agency.

The agency suspended the school from enrolling students from non-EU countries six weeks ago and requested it to submit an improvement plan, otherwise its foreign students would have to transfer to other schools in two months or leave the country. New students have been banned from registering. The school’s Highly Trusted Status was officially revoked by the agency on Wednesday, affecting around 3,000 non-EU students at the school, according to state-owned China News Service.

The university is said to have allowed its international students to continue their studies without a valid visa despite having promised not to do so. Some of the students did not register with the school or attend classes after entering the UK with a visa issued on the university’s offer of a place, and the school failed to report them. It also did not check whether its international students have sufficient English language proficiency when enrolling them, according to Chinese media reports.

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Chinese Luxury Bath House

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 31, 2012


These guys are bathing in the street. This is the real China. Migrant workers are stuffed into tents and forced to work for 6 months to a year. If they are lucky they may get paid at the end of their toils.

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Chinese Threatening to Poison French Wine Industry

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 31, 2012


The Chinese, flush with stolen cash, are buying up foreign property. They are sick of living in a land awash with sidewalks filled with phlegm and feces, and wish to escape so that they can go to other countries and spit and shit on the sidewalks there as well.

Some Chinese guy is buying up a French vintner and the French are upset. Actually, quite a few Chinese are doing the same. What this means is that French wine will soon suck. Not only will the Chinese abuse the land and poison it, just as they have done here, but they will also produce the ‘real wine’ for communists and the rich, just as they do here, while selling fake stuff to the rest of us. This is just how the Chinese roll….

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Sixty-year-old Louis Ng, an executive director for Stanley Ho, Macau’s “King of Gambling,” has purchased Chateau de Gevrey-Chambertin from the Miteran family in Burgundy’s Cote de Nuits. Ng, who reportedly outbid local vintners with the price of €8 million (US$10 million), has been criticized as a threat to the local cultural heritage.
“I have nothing against this guy personally. But you love your country, I love mine. We love our cultural heritage. We are asking UNESCO to classify our area as a World Heritage site and yet these [estates] might not remain in our hands,”

link
http://www.wantchinatimes.com/news-subclass-cnt.aspx?id=20120831000049&cid=1202

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Pollution Pic from Linfen China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 31, 2012


China has 16 of the world’s 20 most polluted cities. This place, Linfen, is worse than Chernobyl.

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Proof The Senkaku Islands Belong to Japan

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 30, 2012


From the Christian Science Monitor

What is Japan’s claim?

Japan’s foreign ministry cites surveys in 1885 confirming they were “uninhabited” with “no trace of having been under the control of China.” The government of Japan in January 1895 decided to incorporate the islands and to place a marker on one of them declaring them to be part of Japan.

But what do the Japanese say to the Chinese claim that the islands appear on Ming Dynasty maps?

Neither the Communist government that had taken over the Chinese mainland in 1949 nor the “Nationalist” Chinese government, driven to the island province ofTaiwan, objected when the San Francisco Peace Treaty of 1951 placed the islands under US administrative control.

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China’s Property Market Crash-Ordos Falls

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 30, 2012


From wantchinatimes.com

Kangbashi New Area in the city of Ordos in Inner Mongolia is a suburban area full of unfinished buildings, the construction of which ground to a halt in October last year, reports the China Economic Weekly in Beijing.

The weekly quoted a local source as saying there are buildings with total floor area of 22.25 million square meters under construction in the city as of November, including 10.05 million square meters of recently begun projects.

At present, construction on 80% of them had stopped due to a lack of funds. Deserted construction sites are everywhere in the city,and the few people remaining on these sites are likely to be creditors looking for the owners of the construction companies to demand repayment of their loans, said the source.

The sales manager of a half-completed building told the weekly that the price of the building was 10,000 yuan (US$1,580) per square meter last year, while the current price is unknown because nobody wants to buy it.

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A Look at China’s Next Leaders, Culture Revolution – Public execution & Impact

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 30, 2012


This barbarianism is what China’s leaders of tomorrow grew up with. It is no wonder both Bo Xilai and Gu Kailai killed so many people. They grew up with abject hate.

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What Happened When the 50 Cent Poster Crossed the Road?

Posted by w_thames_the_d on August 30, 2012


I saw this online

what happend when the CCP50cent poster crossed the road?

Fat CCP officials car ran him down, his mother went to jail for complain, and he never had a girlfriend so that didnt matter… ti he he

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