• Educating Girls of Rural China - Xinhua (Chinese)

    Educating Girls of Rural China (EGRC) is a Canadian-based registered charity that is dedicated to sponsoring secondary and post-secondary education for financially-challenged young women from rural western China. Since it’s establishment in 2005, EGRC has awarded a total of 435 university and high-school sponsorships to deserving young women from Gansu, Qinghai and Guizhou provinces and boasts a 100% graduation success rate. OUR MISSION Sponsor female students from rural regions with their four year undergraduate studies in Chinese Universities. Sponsor female high school (grade 10 to 12) students with their three year studies in rural region high schools. Assist EGRC sponsored students with BA diplomas to enroll in post graduate programs offered by Canadian universities. OUR FOUNDER, T...

    published: 07 Oct 2011
  • China Xinhua News6

    published: 15 Jul 2016
  • 4,811 meters beneath sea level! Follow Xinhua journalist to explore Mariana Trench

    4,811 meters beneath sea level! Follow Xinhua journalist to witness China's exploration mission at Mariana Trench, the world's deepest known trench. China's manned submersible Jiaolong dived to 4,811 meters in Mariana Trench on Tuesday. A Xinhua News Agency journalist was on board along with scientists.

    published: 25 May 2017
  • Why People Call Ivanka Trump a Goddess in China

    First daughter Ivanka Trump is called the "goddess Yi Wan Ka" Trump in China. Xinhua, China's official news agency, has described Ivanka as having an "elegant and poised style." Ivanka posted a photo on Instagram Wednesday with her 1-year-old son, Theodore, who is seen playing with blocks with Chinese letters. Her 5-year-old daughter, Arabella, has a viral video showing her speaking Mandarin. Arabella was recently invited with Ivanka to the Chinese embassy in Washington.

    published: 06 Apr 2017
  • Jia Jia Robot - China unveils first interactive robot | Watch Video

    by PhualvaTimes

    published: 15 Apr 2016
  • Yuna Kim ♥ Interview_CNC (Xinhua TV)

    Yuna had an interview with CNC (Xinhua TV) in July 2010. She talked about her life after Olympics. (CNC는 중국 신화통신사의 24시간 영어 방송입니다.)

    published: 20 Sep 2010
  • Girls Forced to Kiss Teacher for Diplomas?

    A teacher forcing students to kiss him for their diplomas? That's what exploded on Chinese internet this week. But later, China's state-run media Xinhua reported that the story had been a malicious rumor. So, is the teacher super creepy or was he just a really good teacher, so good that students voluntarily kissed him on the last day of school? Watch Karen Chang discuss this rather peculiar case, and decide for yourself.

    published: 22 Aug 2013
  • Μια αρχαία Αθηναία επιστρέφει στην πόλη, η Μύρτις.

    An ancient Athenian returns to town, Myrtis. Face to Face with the Past. The face of an 11-year-old girl who died in ancient Greece has been painstakingly reconstructed, and highlights a spectacular exhibition at the Goulandri Museum of Natural History. "Myrtis" is believed to have been one of the 50,000 people who died in the lethal plague that struck Athens during the Peloponnesian War. A spectacular exhibition which presents step by step the reconstruction of the face of an 11-year old child who lived under the Acropolis 2.500 years ago opened in Athens [last week]. Hundreds of people gathered at the Goulandri Museum of Natural History to see "Myrtis," as Greek scientists named the girl who lived and died when the Parthenon was being built, and come "face to face with the past" as th...

    published: 18 Apr 2010
  • Chinese girl makes first public appearance after face transplant

    A 17-year-old chinese girl praises doctors after her first public appearance since undergoing a face transplant. A 17-year old Chinese girl made her first public appearance this week since receiving a face transplant. Xu Jianmei, who lost her chin, eyelids and a large part of her right ear in a fire that occurred when she was five years old, underwent an eight-hour reconstructive surgery at a major hospital in Fuzhou, in China's Fujian province. Xu appeared cheerful during her first meeting with local reporters and said: "I'm truly grateful to Doctor Jiang (Chenghong) and Doctor Guo, and all the hospital staff. They changed me and let me know there's warmth in the world. Thank you to all of them," she said. Doctors implanted fibrous tissue from Xu's thigh onto the girl's chest so the...

    published: 01 Nov 2013
  • Dash Cam: Woman survives fall from bridge in Beijing

    Dash cam footage shows the terrifying moment a woman fell from a bridge over a busy street in Beijing. The woman is believed to have hit a car's windshield on her way down. She was taken to hospital immediately. The driver was not injured.

    published: 21 Apr 2017
  • Cambodians admit to raping French tourists in Thailand

    Five Cambodians have confessed to raping and assaulting French tourists on an isolated Thai beach.(copyright Xinhua and MCOT News)

    published: 02 Mar 2016
  • Huangluo – The World’s First Long hair Village

    Hair is very important to women, who generally use it to highlight their features, but for the women of the ethnic Yao people of Huangluo Village, China, hair is their most prized possession. Located in the Longji Scenic Are of Gulin, China, Huangluo Village numbers around 82 households of Red Yao ethnics, who get their name from the traditional red clothing. Like many other Chinese villages, Hunagluo enjoys very attractive natural surroundings and has plenty of ancient traditions to keep tourists entertained, but the most fascinating thing about it is the women’s obsession with long hair. In fact, the Yao settlement has received a Guinness certification for the “world’s longest hair village” and is also known as the “Long Hair Village” across China. Considering the average hair length of...

    published: 20 Jul 2015
  • Chinese firefighters training looks pretty fun! 😂🚒 By China Xinhua Sports

    Chinese firefighters training looks pretty fun! 😂🚒 By China Xinhua Sports

    published: 29 Apr 2017
  • How are Chinese kites made? Xinhua visits "Kite Capital of the World"

    How are Chinese kites made? Xinhua visits Weifang, a city dubbed "Kite Capital of the World", and speaks to an inheritor of kite-making art on his craze for the time-honored craft. #XinhuaLive #FacebookLive

    published: 17 Apr 2017
  • Peru Flooding Disaster Footage Compilation (March 18, 2017)

    We are confronting a serious climatic problem,” said Peru’s president, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, in a broadcast to the nation on Friday afternoon. “There hasn’t been an incident of this strength along the coast of Peru since 1998.” The disaster – which came after a period of severe drought – has been blamed on abnormally high temperatures in the Pacific Ocean, and fuelled criticism that the country is ill-prepared for the growing challenges of climate change. Peru floods kill 67 and spark criticism of country's climate change preparedness https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/mar/17/peru-floods-ocean-climate-change China Xinhua News‏ https://twitter.com/XHNews/status/843314896603299841 Euronews http://www.euronews.com/2017/03/17/residents-saved-from-muddy-torrents-in-peru-floods

    published: 19 Mar 2017
  • Scantily Clad Chinese Girls Vulgar Only Sometimes | China Uncensored

    You know, the greatest threat to China is, quite clearly, scantily clad women. Well, sometimes. If you're state-run Xinhua News Agency--bring out the girls! But if you're a popular grassroots newspaper, you should show a little decency, and not try and make a quick buck by treating women like they're pieces of meat. That's why Shangdong's The Blue Express Daily was shut down by authorities. Actually, it probably had more to do with the paper's efforts to shine a light on corruption. Vulgar content and pornography are common excuses the Chinese regime uses to justify spying on citizens and censoring the internet with the Great Firewall of China so they don't get their hands on any information the Communist Party doesn't want, like Tibetans being shot by Chinese police for celebrating the Da...

    published: 12 Jul 2013
Educating Girls of Rural China - Xinhua (Chinese)

Educating Girls of Rural China - Xinhua (Chinese)

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Educating Girls of Rural China (EGRC) is a Canadian-based registered charity that is dedicated to sponsoring secondary and post-secondary education for financially-challenged young women from rural western China. Since it’s establishment in 2005, EGRC has awarded a total of 435 university and high-school sponsorships to deserving young women from Gansu, Qinghai and Guizhou provinces and boasts a 100% graduation success rate. OUR MISSION Sponsor female students from rural regions with their four year undergraduate studies in Chinese Universities. Sponsor female high school (grade 10 to 12) students with their three year studies in rural region high schools. Assist EGRC sponsored students with BA diplomas to enroll in post graduate programs offered by Canadian universities. OUR FOUNDER, TIEN CHING Tien Ching grew up in Beijing and attended a privileged girls-only school where the daughters of Mao, Deng and other high ranking communists’ officials also attended. Because of the Cultural Revolution, along with millions of other young people, her dreams and opportunities were shattered. Instead of going to university she was sent to Gansu province and worked in a factory for eight years. In 1983 she moved to Canada and have made Vancouver her home ever since. She owned and managed an art gallery for over 20 years. Her two children were born in Canada and graduated from Canadian universities. Her dream now is to give these girls in rural China the gift of education which she did not receive.
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China Xinhua News6

China Xinhua News6

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4,811 meters beneath sea level! Follow Xinhua journalist to explore Mariana Trench

4,811 meters beneath sea level! Follow Xinhua journalist to explore Mariana Trench

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4,811 meters beneath sea level! Follow Xinhua journalist to witness China's exploration mission at Mariana Trench, the world's deepest known trench. China's manned submersible Jiaolong dived to 4,811 meters in Mariana Trench on Tuesday. A Xinhua News Agency journalist was on board along with scientists.
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Why People Call Ivanka Trump a Goddess in China

Why People Call Ivanka Trump a Goddess in China

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First daughter Ivanka Trump is called the "goddess Yi Wan Ka" Trump in China. Xinhua, China's official news agency, has described Ivanka as having an "elegant and poised style." Ivanka posted a photo on Instagram Wednesday with her 1-year-old son, Theodore, who is seen playing with blocks with Chinese letters. Her 5-year-old daughter, Arabella, has a viral video showing her speaking Mandarin. Arabella was recently invited with Ivanka to the Chinese embassy in Washington.
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Jia Jia Robot - China unveils first interactive robot | Watch Video

Jia Jia Robot - China unveils first interactive robot | Watch Video

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by PhualvaTimes
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Yuna Kim ♥ Interview_CNC (Xinhua TV)

Yuna Kim ♥ Interview_CNC (Xinhua TV)

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Yuna had an interview with CNC (Xinhua TV) in July 2010. She talked about her life after Olympics. (CNC는 중국 신화통신사의 24시간 영어 방송입니다.)
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Girls Forced to Kiss Teacher for Diplomas?

Girls Forced to Kiss Teacher for Diplomas?

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A teacher forcing students to kiss him for their diplomas? That's what exploded on Chinese internet this week. But later, China's state-run media Xinhua reported that the story had been a malicious rumor. So, is the teacher super creepy or was he just a really good teacher, so good that students voluntarily kissed him on the last day of school? Watch Karen Chang discuss this rather peculiar case, and decide for yourself.
https://wn.com/Girls_Forced_To_Kiss_Teacher_For_Diplomas
Μια αρχαία Αθηναία επιστρέφει στην πόλη, η Μύρτις.

Μια αρχαία Αθηναία επιστρέφει στην πόλη, η Μύρτις.

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An ancient Athenian returns to town, Myrtis. Face to Face with the Past. The face of an 11-year-old girl who died in ancient Greece has been painstakingly reconstructed, and highlights a spectacular exhibition at the Goulandri Museum of Natural History. "Myrtis" is believed to have been one of the 50,000 people who died in the lethal plague that struck Athens during the Peloponnesian War. A spectacular exhibition which presents step by step the reconstruction of the face of an 11-year old child who lived under the Acropolis 2.500 years ago opened in Athens [last week]. Hundreds of people gathered at the Goulandri Museum of Natural History to see "Myrtis," as Greek scientists named the girl who lived and died when the Parthenon was being built, and come "face to face with the past" as the exhibition is titled. She has brown eyes and hair, like most Greek girls also in the 21st century, a wide forehead made of special clay and a faint smile. Her robe, created by Greek fashion designer Sophia Kokosalaki, is inspired by sculptures of children of that era in Athens. Myrtis is believed to have been one of the 50,000 people who died in the lethal plague that struck Athens during the Peloponnesian War in 430 B.C., which represented the 25 percent of the city's population at the time. She was buried in a mass grave in Keramikos' cemetery which was unearthed during excavations for the construction of the subway in 1994. Her skull in excellent condition bearing all its teeth and intact jaws inspired Manolis Papagrigorakis, Assistant Professor at the University of Athens, an orthodontist with great passion for archaeology, the idea of the reconstruction of her face, as he explained to Xinhua. "Fifteen years ago I could not have imagined that the moment was near when the face of an ancient child would come to light," stressed Papagrigorakis, head of a interdisciplinary team and coordinator of the traveling exhibition which will be presented to a series of cities across Greece and abroad and most probably Shanghai during the Expo 2010. With the help of modern technology and experts from Greece and Sweden, after years of research Myrtis was "reborn." Special markers or pegs were placed in various points of the replicated skull and served as guidelines, defining the thickness of the clay that would be applied to each part. Dozens of muscles were sculpted with special clay. The size and width of the nose were made in accordance to the shape of the nasal bone. Using the latest trends of museological practice and digital tools curator Haris Chaitas and a team of people on his side, as he stressed to Xinhua, simplified the complex scientific survey process of the reconstruction of her face and the breathtaking result, aiming at the active presence of the visitor at the exhibition. "In the dark moments humanity lives today, Myrtis reminds the world the values of ancient Athens, the cradle of democracy," as founder of the Goulandri Museum of National History Niki Goulandri said during her address at the opening gala. -------------------------- Η έκθεση «Μύρτις, πρόσωπο με πρόσωπο με το παρελθόν» παρουσιάζει τη διεπιστημονική συμβολή για την ανασύσταση όψεων της αρχαιότητας. Aφορμή της έκθεσης, αποτέλεσε η ανάπλαση του κρανίου ενός κοριτσιού 11 ετών, της Μύρτιδος, που βρέθηκε σε ομαδική ταφή σε ανασκαφή στον Κεραμεικό το 1994-5, και το οποίο χρονολογείται στον 5ο αιώνα π.Χ. Για μια πιο ολοκληρωμένη προσέγγιση των περιεχομένων της έκθεσης προτείνουμε να παρακολουθήσετε το podcast. Περιλαμβάνει το trailer της έκθεσης καθώς και συνεντεύξεις από τους επιστήμονες που συμμετείχαν στη διεπιστημονική διαδικασία.
https://wn.com/Μια_Αρχαία_Αθηναία_Επιστρέφει_Στην_Πόλη,_Η_Μύρτις.
Chinese girl makes first public appearance after face transplant

Chinese girl makes first public appearance after face transplant

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A 17-year-old chinese girl praises doctors after her first public appearance since undergoing a face transplant. A 17-year old Chinese girl made her first public appearance this week since receiving a face transplant. Xu Jianmei, who lost her chin, eyelids and a large part of her right ear in a fire that occurred when she was five years old, underwent an eight-hour reconstructive surgery at a major hospital in Fuzhou, in China's Fujian province. Xu appeared cheerful during her first meeting with local reporters and said: "I'm truly grateful to Doctor Jiang (Chenghong) and Doctor Guo, and all the hospital staff. They changed me and let me know there's warmth in the world. Thank you to all of them," she said. Doctors implanted fibrous tissue from Xu's thigh onto the girl's chest so they could grow enough skin to cover the damaged parts of her face. Although reconstructive surgery is not uncommon, Xu's procedure had a pioneering edge according to Jiang Chenghong, associate chief doctor at the Union Hospital of Fujian Medical University. "The biggest and hardest breakthrough for us is to connect all the skin of her chest to one single blood vessel in her neck," Jiang told Xinhua. "Because if there is any blood circulation problem of this very vessel, the whole transplanted face could suffer a necrosis, and all the work done on her face before that would also be wasted," said the surgeon. State-run Xinhua said that the girls' family comes from a small fishing village in the province and that for many years they were unable to afford plastic surgery for Xu. With the help of two local charity foundations Xuxianpan and Subobo, they recently raised 210,000 yuan, around £20,000, in order to pay for the operation. Get the latest headlines http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Subscribe to The Telegraph http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=telegraphtv Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/telegraph.co.uk Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/telegraph Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/102891355072777008500/ Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Daily Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.
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Dash Cam: Woman survives fall from bridge in Beijing

Dash Cam: Woman survives fall from bridge in Beijing

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Dash cam footage shows the terrifying moment a woman fell from a bridge over a busy street in Beijing. The woman is believed to have hit a car's windshield on her way down. She was taken to hospital immediately. The driver was not injured.
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Cambodians admit to raping French tourists in Thailand

Cambodians admit to raping French tourists in Thailand

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Five Cambodians have confessed to raping and assaulting French tourists on an isolated Thai beach.(copyright Xinhua and MCOT News)
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Huangluo – The World’s First Long hair Village

Huangluo – The World’s First Long hair Village

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Hair is very important to women, who generally use it to highlight their features, but for the women of the ethnic Yao people of Huangluo Village, China, hair is their most prized possession. Located in the Longji Scenic Are of Gulin, China, Huangluo Village numbers around 82 households of Red Yao ethnics, who get their name from the traditional red clothing. Like many other Chinese villages, Hunagluo enjoys very attractive natural surroundings and has plenty of ancient traditions to keep tourists entertained, but the most fascinating thing about it is the women’s obsession with long hair. In fact, the Yao settlement has received a Guinness certification for the “world’s longest hair village” and is also known as the “Long Hair Village” across China. Considering the average hair length of the 120 women in Huangluo is 1,7 meters and the longest locks exceed 2.1 meters, I’d say its reputation is well-deserved. Hair has always played a big part in the lives of the Red Yao women of Huangluo. Until a few years ago, it was considered so important that no one, apart from the husband and children was allowed to look upon it when let loose. During the summer and autumn, women would go to the river to wash their hair and keep it covered with a blue scarf to keep it hidden. Only the man who would become her husband had the privilege to see a Hongyao woman’s hair in all its beauty, and that would only happen on their wedding day. If a local or a foreigner happened to stumble upon a woman with her hair revealed, he was forced to spend three years with her family as their son-in-law. But all these old traditions were abandoned in 1987, and Yao women can now proudly show and comb their jet black hair in public without worrying about the consequences. The women of Huangluo can only cut their hair once in their lives, when they turn 16, and they can start looking for a lover. But the hair isn’t simply thrown away, it’s given to the girl’s grandmother and made into an ornamental headpiece. When she marries, the hair is gifted to the groom, and later becomes a part of the woman’s everyday hairdo. It’s said a Red Yao woman’s hair is made of three bunches. One is the one that grows every day, the other is the cut headpiece, and the third is made from the falling strings of hair, which are collected every day. They all come together to form elaborate hairstyles which represent the social status of the bearer. All the women of Huangluo wear their long black hair in a tray-like hairstyle, but there are certain details that say a lot about her. If the hair is simply wrapped around her head, it means she is married but has no children. If she has a small bun at the front, it means she is married with children, and if she wears a kerchief around her head, it means she is looking for a lover. Regardless of their status, it’s impossible not to notice the beauty of every Red Yao woman’s dark hair. It’s said it comes from the special “shampoo” they use to wash it with – “rice water” (water used to rinse rice). If you were curious as to why these women let their hair grow so long, it’s because they believe it brings longevity, wealth and good fortune. The longer the hair, the more fortunate one will be. Photo: Xinhua/Lu Boan
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Chinese firefighters training looks pretty fun! 😂🚒  By China Xinhua Sports

Chinese firefighters training looks pretty fun! 😂🚒 By China Xinhua Sports

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Chinese firefighters training looks pretty fun! 😂🚒 By China Xinhua Sports
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How are Chinese kites made? Xinhua visits "Kite Capital of the World"

How are Chinese kites made? Xinhua visits "Kite Capital of the World"

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How are Chinese kites made? Xinhua visits Weifang, a city dubbed "Kite Capital of the World", and speaks to an inheritor of kite-making art on his craze for the time-honored craft. #XinhuaLive #FacebookLive
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Peru Flooding Disaster Footage Compilation (March 18, 2017)

Peru Flooding Disaster Footage Compilation (March 18, 2017)

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We are confronting a serious climatic problem,” said Peru’s president, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, in a broadcast to the nation on Friday afternoon. “There hasn’t been an incident of this strength along the coast of Peru since 1998.” The disaster – which came after a period of severe drought – has been blamed on abnormally high temperatures in the Pacific Ocean, and fuelled criticism that the country is ill-prepared for the growing challenges of climate change. Peru floods kill 67 and spark criticism of country's climate change preparedness https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/mar/17/peru-floods-ocean-climate-change China Xinhua News‏ https://twitter.com/XHNews/status/843314896603299841 Euronews http://www.euronews.com/2017/03/17/residents-saved-from-muddy-torrents-in-peru-floods
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Scantily Clad Chinese Girls Vulgar Only Sometimes | China Uncensored

Scantily Clad Chinese Girls Vulgar Only Sometimes | China Uncensored

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You know, the greatest threat to China is, quite clearly, scantily clad women. Well, sometimes. If you're state-run Xinhua News Agency--bring out the girls! But if you're a popular grassroots newspaper, you should show a little decency, and not try and make a quick buck by treating women like they're pieces of meat. That's why Shangdong's The Blue Express Daily was shut down by authorities. Actually, it probably had more to do with the paper's efforts to shine a light on corruption. Vulgar content and pornography are common excuses the Chinese regime uses to justify spying on citizens and censoring the internet with the Great Firewall of China so they don't get their hands on any information the Communist Party doesn't want, like Tibetans being shot by Chinese police for celebrating the Dalai Lama's birthday. Subscribe for more China Uncensored: http://www.youtube.com/ntdchinauncensored Make sure to share with your friends! ______________________________ Want more China Uncensored? http://e.ntd.tv/NTDChinaUncensored Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChinaUncensored Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChinaUncensored Email: chinauncensored@ntdtv.com ______________________________ MOBILE LINKS Chinese Feminists Don't Know What Feminism Means http://e.ntd.tv/YMwhv3 The Dangers of Dating a Chinese Girl http://e.ntd.tv/15c5WZx Black Hair Dye, Bloodshed, and Ruthless Rivalries, i.e. Chinese Politics http://e.ntd.tv/13M3kz1 Creator of Great Firewall of China Told to Go to Hell http://e.ntd.tv/10bOtda Chinese Whistleblower Attacked with Sulfuric Acid http://e.ntd.tv/15oTkw1 Spoiled Chinese Girl Says Her Daddy Will Kill You http://e.ntd.tv/136XpXb
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