Here's a video purporting to show the bear attack from a perspective outside the car:

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~~“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” ~~.

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It makes me laugh. This guy got the worst from the west: gangsta rap. I wish more chinese people learned about Italian and French cooking instead, for example. He may have a good point when he says: " you are a loser in your country and come to china to be taken seriously." Probably that applies to some of us. In most xases the song is cale "Gua Lowai" and not Wack lowai

Girls don't........
Wanna f**k with Xie Di........
'Cos Xie Di........
Won't f**king fill them!

The company I worked for had an account with Paul and we paid him every week. We all liked Paul's better than Grandma's because of the atmosphere and the variety of foods that he offered. Paul and Yang Yang always took the time to speak with us like real friends. I will always remember that restaurant behind the Friendship Store.

How do we use our phones to do this? Can anyone explain?

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This may have been revealed to be a hoax, but slut shaming is by far still a real thing in China... especially when regarding the Beijing Metro.

A popular Weibo post making the rounds right now lists a number of uncultured behaviors that appear on the subway in Beijing. Taking first place before seat hogging and public displays of (gross) affection: a female commuter who shows too much skin.

Publicly Condemned Elsewhere, Fascists Applauded Nightly in Beijing Square Dance Performance

Um. Am I reading this wrong? Isn't it the ANTI-Fascists who are being applauded nightly???

Doubt wisely; in strange way / To stand inquiring right is not to stray; / To sleep, or run wrong, is. (Donne, Satire III)

Does anyone have the link to the necessary app? I haven't seen any advertising for it on Line 6, and quick search doesn't turn up anything useful on Baidu.

They are gradually becoming like Japan. Next, they will have different colored trains for each line indicating which stations they will stop at. For example, a "red" indicator for a train on line 10 could indicate "express". If it started at Bagou, it would only stop at stations: Haidian Huangzhuang (line 4 transfer), Zhichunlu (line 13 transfer), Beitucheng (line 8 transfer), Huixinxijie Nankou (like 5 transfer), etc...

As those get packed, a "yellow" indicator could replace the red stations listed, and then red would be even less. I am not sure if they have double tracks to accommodate this, lol

It's fun seeing a growing Beijing. Reminds me of Violet eating the blueberry dessert gum and ballooning out in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Been using my phone with xiaomi pay for nearly a year now, I all over the subway and on busss too. Fake news *boredom*

People lost their luggages in different airport services. I've lost mine with Kenya Airways once. This happen to other countries airports too. So you got it at the end, "thanks to Kenya airways" as you said. So what you post about the food and coffee doesn't seem to be the reason for your post. Anyways we are still the best in Africa.

Kyle Mullin wrote:

Here's a very moving obituary written by one of Mike's cohorts back in Texas. It has plenty of details about his life before he came to China.

And, below, you can see another touching tribute to Mike from his friend and China Daily colleague Matt Prichard.

Here's a link to the latter.

Here's a very moving obituary written by one of Mike's cohorts back in Texas. It has plenty of details about his life before he came to China.

And, below, you can see another touching tribute to Mike from his friend and China Daily colleague Matt Prichard.

For something very up to date, here's a video of the fascist-fighting grannies taken this past Monday.

Notable part: a member of the troupe admits that he nor any of his family had actually fought against fascists, but in the next breath says: "But we're going to war against India soon!"

It's really sad, everywhere is corruption only. Well done Beijing police.

Aaaaaaaand: Sinbad has now been confirmed for the gig!

Being an edgy nationalist rapper in China must be difficult... Your entire genre and aesthetic — ripped directly from American culture. Looks like the clip was filmed at Chengdu's 九眼桥 bar street, and in front of flashy cars — bar streets and flashy cars: culture invented by foreigners. The ideological underpinnings upon which all of Chinese political discourse, including nationalism is based — invented by a 19th Centure German philosopher. In a country where saying "f**k the police", smoking dope and questioning political narratives, normally bread and butter topics of this kind of rap music, is next to impossible, it shouldn't be a surprise when a cultural rip-off artist comes up with such a confusing, possibly racist but probably not racist lyric. We should be anything but "offended"!

Perhaps the name Xie Di sounds pretty slick in the local dialect. In English it sounds like 'Shitty'.