Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Premiering Friday 14 August, at 10:00 a.m. Kai-lan and her friends, take children on visit to China, flying over the Great Wall to visit her Great Auntie and her Grandfather Yeye's sister.
The group is invited to attend a very special ceremony where a baby panda will be given his name, Kai-lan will travel around the village in search for the baby panda's gits and are amazed by all the interesting things they see in China.
Kai-lan trip is infused with rich cultural traditions, from the Chinese noodles the children eat to the decorative slippers their hosts wear.
More here from PR Newswire and here from Toon Zone News
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Via Daqi.com in Chinese
Jiaohe Town, Henan Province is the home for China's most interesting face building, from the road it sure would look like a regular two story building from the side, it is obvious the building is only 1.5 meters wide.
In February, 2008 Wen Liujun, expanded his living quarters, however because of a road in the front and a hilly slope in the rear, he built a triangular building which was narrowest 1.5 meters to the west and 5 meters to the east.
Henan Fake Building from ChinaSmack in English
More here from Cat898.com in Chinese
Monday, July 6, 2009
What would your world be like if you could not log into Facebook, your favorite celebrity or news websites...here are 25 shocking facts about Chinese Censorship and how students in PRC, don't have the freedom to surf the Internet the way Americans do.
More here from Online College
Related Post: Xinjiang Riot Death Toll Hits 156 As Unrest Spreads
Buddhist Protests and Muslim's Riots from Shanghai Scrap
Death Toll Unknown In Uighur Massacre from The Epoch Times
Cartoon Courtesy: Cox & Forkum
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
China has backed away from the controversial Internet filtering software hours before the new policy was scheduled to begin.
On the 12 June, I wrote here that Beijing was defensive about their new Internet filtering software called Green Dam, which authorities claimed was to stamp out Internet pornography to protect the kids? Critics assailed the program calling it nothing but censorship.
More here from The Epoch Times
Deng Huidong pictured from her home in China Dongguan, Guangdong Province holding photos of her son Ye Ruicong,
who was kidnapped when he was 9 months old.
Additional photos are seen of Ye Ruicong, a reward is being
offered of Ten Million Yuan about $1.25 Million USD
Parents take to the streets demonstrating against the kidnappings of Chinese children. Rueters Photos
More here Parents mourn children abducted by traffickers---Reuters