Developers at DS Doll are making advanced sex robots with artificial intelligence (AI) and full body movement at their workshop and factory in Dalian, a port city in north-east China.
The firm, one of China’s leading sex doll manufacturers, is about to release the first generation of its cyborg companion that can be “mass produced” and sold to customers across the world.
The team of researchers behind DS Doll’s sex robot has started to implement advanced manufacturing techniques to increase the speed and efficiency of production.
DS Doll marketing manager Sam told Daily Star Online that 3D printing is one method the company has adopted to make parts for the sex robots.
Eventually DS Doll is aiming to integrate 3D printing technology into its production line process, allowing the firm to make large quantities of sex robots at a rapid rate, Sam said.
Just your average day in Thailand, where the ladyboys are packing bigger tits that some of the natural born females.
Super Typhoon Maria made landfall in southeastern China's Fujian Province today (July 11), bringing strong wind and flash floods.
Dramatic video shows strong winds whipping the plastic washing basins around in the air and trees being bent backwards in Fuzhou City.
Flooding water submerge streets, overflowing into residential homes.
The strange animal was discovered floating along the shore of a beach in China.
Locals were scared to approach it at first but then one man picked it up to get a photo next to it.
When he did, he was left stunned as the animal began moving its head and limbs.
A video of the phenomenon was shared online, where it soon gained popularity.
It has since been posted on YouTube channel The Hidden Underbelly, where it has racked up more that one thousand hits already.
There are numerous methods of penis enlargement, none of them on the mainstream market show anything as horrific as this.
Watch these monks swing hundreds of pounds of weight from their penises as if it doesn't weigh anything.
Maharashtra, India: Watch as Hindu's whip the sh*t out of a rottweiler that is latched onto this cows harness. Eventually the dog lets go, but not before they whip the crap out of it with sticks and poles.
This is why you should always keep your drifting attempts to empty parking lots like the rest of the idiots who try to "drift" in public.
A river in central China turned a shocking blood-red colour due to a mining waste leak.
In the video, shot in Lingbao City in Henan Province on June 26, blood-red water also runs into a nearby road.
According to , rainfall leaked into a warehouse containing the leftovers of mineral extraction, known as tailings, and a pipe leaked.
Drinking water supplies were not affected.
The incident happened at about 11.30am outside the Shanghai World Foreign Language Primary School when a knife-wielding man attacked three boys and a mother, Xuhui district police said in a statement.
Officers arrested a 29-year-old male suspect, identified by his surname Huang, with the assistance of passers-by, according to the statement.
The man told police he was “taking revenge on society” because he was struggling financially, and that he had moved to Shanghai at the start of June but had been unable to find a job.
Police said the two other victims were being treated in hospital but their injuries were not life threatening.
The three boys were believed to be pupils at the school and the woman who was attacked was the mother of one of them, according to witnesses.
WARNING - EXPLICIT CONTENT: Australian tour guide Stephen Carpenter - who was arrested on June 19 - reportedly bragged that drunk women would 'take six blokes at once' on the private charter boat
X-rated video footage of what really takes place on an organised luxury yacht has emerged after its organiser was arrested.
In the clip, three young women in bikinis writhe around on the boat, as middle-aged tourists holding their drinks leer at them.
The men were promised lesbian sex shows and would be able to pay for "extras" as there are two bedrooms on board.
Australian tour guide Stephen Carpenter reportedly bragged that drunk women would "take six blokes at once" on the private charter boat.
Mirror Online reported yesterday that shocking text messages, purportedly sent by the 49-year-old, describe how the prostitutes are "screaming" for customers and "do the lot".
One reads: "Just fill them up with grog and they do the lot."
Footage has resurfaced of the moment a tourist was repeatedly kicked and beat up by a group of women in Thailand's red-light district.
The man is seen in the footage with his hands around one woman before a flurry of flying kicks from her knocks him to the ground.
He then tries to fight back by smacking her in the face.
Hour upon hour, day upon day, Omir Bekali and other detainees in far western China’s new indoctrination camps had to disavow their Islamic beliefs, criticize themselves and their loved ones and give thanks to the ruling Communist Party.
When Bekali, a Kazakh Muslim, refused to follow orders each day, he was forced to stand at a wall for five hours at a time. A week later, he was sent to solitary confinement, where he was deprived of food for 24 hours. After 20 days in the heavily guarded camp, he wanted to kill himself.
“The psychological pressure is enormous, when you have to criticize yourself, denounce your thinking — your own ethnic group,” said Bekali, who broke down in tears as he described the camp. “I still think about it every night, until the sun rises. I can’t sleep. The thoughts are with me all the time.”
Since last spring, Chinese authorities in the heavily Muslim region of Xinjiang have ensnared tens, possibly hundreds of thousands of Muslim Chinese — and even foreign citizens — in mass internment camps. This detention campaign has swept across Xinjiang, a territory half the area of India, leading to what a U.S. commission on China last month said is “the largest mass incarceration of a minority population in the world today.”
Chinese officials have largely avoided comment on the camps, but some are quoted in state media as saying that ideological changes are needed to fight separatism and Islamic extremism. Radical Muslim Uighurs have killed hundreds in recent years, and China considers the region a threat to peace in a country where the majority is Han Chinese.
The Vietnamese apparently have a hell of a lot more respect than those from Latin American countries do for America. Watch as a plethora of Vietnamese workers flee back over the Chinese border after a long day of work in order to not violate the countries overnight stay laws on immigration.
A man in a red raincoat was captured calmy washing his car in torrential rain.
The video was filmed in Nanjing City in eastern China's Jiangsu Province on May 1.
According to reports, the man's mother also used rainwater to clean the windows at the same time.
China is rolling out a high-tech plan to give all of its 1.4 billion citizens a personal score, based on how they behave.
But there are consequences if a score gets too low, and for some that’s cause for concern, CBS2’s Ben Tracy reported Tuesday.
When Liu Hu recently tried to book a flight, he was told he was banned from flying because he was on the list of untrustworthy people. Liu is a journalist who was ordered by a court to apologize for a series of tweets he wrote and was then told his apology was insincere.
“I can’t buy property. My child can’t go to a private school,” he said. “You feel you’re being controlled by the list all the time.”
And the list is now getting longer as every Chinese citizen is being assigned a social credit score — a fluctuating rating based on a range of behaviors. It’s believed that community service and buying Chinese-made products can raise your score. Fraud, tax evasion and smoking in non-smoking areas can drop it.
Do not do to others what you would not want them to do to you, as the Chinese saying goes.
An unruly tourist has been punished by instant karma after trying to push a monkey into a pond at a Chinese temple.
The animal quickly turned around and attacked him, scratching his hand and face.
THIS bizarre footage captures the moment a UFO made an unexpected flypast of a remote Malaysian village, defiant alien hunters claim.
A blinding stream of white light can be seen emanating from the centre of the disc – prompting comparisons with the gigantic spaceship from the Oscar-winning sci-fi epic.
Onlookers can be heard chattering and screaming as the supposed UFO glides above them before executing a sharp about-turn and disappearing into the evening gloom.
The viral footage was initially shared by an anonymous local blogger in Kuala Krai, 230 miles from Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur.
Trace Gallagher: "A city in southeastern China trying to crack down on jaywalkers by publicly shaming them. That's according to local newspapers, the 'Beijing News.' It reports the government installed these poles which spray mist at folks who try to cross when the light is red. The system uses facial recognition technology and takes jaywalkers' pictures. The pictures appear on a huge display screen on the street along with the people’s names. There are also plans to link the system to cell phones so that offenders can receive fines via text message. Your world with Neil cavuto right now."
Horrific footage posted online shows at least 20 people dead after being sucked under a low-water Dam.
People in canoes were attempting to save as many as possible. However, rescuers nearly lost their lives themselves when people begin clutching to the canoe that was also being sucked down by the undertow.
China is in the midst of a 'toilet revolution'.
The effort, which began in 2015 and is spearheaded by President Xi Jinping, brings a slew of cutting edge technologies to public restrooms across the country, including turbo toilets, Wi-Fi, television screens and ATMs.
In some cases, bathrooms are even being outfitted with facial recognition systems to prevent greedy patrons from nabbing extra toilet paper.
Two cities in China have installed the technology, which gives a person between 40cm and 80cm of toilet paper after they scan their face, according to the South Morning China Post.
If a user needs more toilet paper than the allotted amount, they have to wait as long as nine minutes.
The idea is that it will prevent people from taking too much paper and stop others from stealing free supplies like soap, toilet paper and paper towels.
A robot has been nominated to run for the position of mayor in Tokyo, promising to be "fair and balanced" to all its constituents.
The mayoral election in Tama City features the usual high-ranking local politicians, as well as an artificial intelligence candidate competing alongside its human counterparts.
Posters plastered across the district feature the faces of smiling party leaders, with slogans promising change for the city.
And in line with election propaganda, the robot nominee, dubbed Michihito Matsuda, has branded vans, posters and inspirational soundbites.
A new-born calf was spotted with human-like feet at a farmhouse in southern China.
In the video, captured in Yibin City in Sichuan Province on April 5, a calf lying on the ground has two abnormally long hind legs and human-like feet.
Since the hind legs were much longer than the front ones, it could not stand up.
According to the calf was alive and able to take on liquid food.
If it wasn't for nuclear weapons I don't think India would have much to worry about if this is how Pakistan's military plans on marching into war.
These guys seem sassy AF! Perhaps they watched one too many Western dance movies, or perhaps there's hiding some secrets under the guise of Islam.
Formally, China’s copyright laws have been in line with those of the United States and other developed countries since China became a signatory to the Berne Convention in 1992 and the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) in 2001. But it’s hardly news that you can get a pirated copy of pretty much any movie, CD, or book in China with only a modicum of effort. Years ago you could find bootleg DVDs outside nearly every supermarket and mall in the country. Nowadays it’s more difficult to find such sellers, but not because of China’s efforts to curtail counterfeit goods; it’s because the market has moved to the Internet.
But as China’s homegrown media companies like Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent continue to pay serious money for the rights to stream tv shows, movies, and other copyrighted material, more lawsuits are being filed in Chinese courts seeking to enforce China’s copyright law, and more official efforts are underway to reduce the amount of pirated material available in China. A (slightly) more subtle form of copyright infringement is still thriving, however: creative works that coopt key elements from copyrighted material, from storylines to characters to music cues and beyond. Television shows in China will make a few slight changes to a copyrighted format and then insist it is an entirely new creation, as with The Voice of China last year. It’s not always clearly a copyright dodge, either; the popular Chinese singing competition I Am a Singer (我是歌手) is an official licensee of a copyrighted Korean format – or was, until the title and format were altered recently in the midst of China’s unofficial restrictions on Korean content. Presumably it is no longer considered a Korean-content show, which as a side benefit probably means the show cannot be held liable for copyright infringement.
Chinese manufacturers have long excelled at taking the key elements of an existing product and incorporating them into a “new” product. So it’s no surprise that the same thing happens in entertainment. It’s been happening for decades with the most famous story in China, the 16th century novel “Journey to the West,” which has been adapted into a movie or tv series dozens of times. We complain in America about the overwhelming number of sequels and superhero movies, but at least most of them have a different plot. This would be like having one of our greatest stories – you know, like Point Break – remade multiple times in different formats every year for forty years.
THE hunt is on for a giant 'man-eating' crocodile - which could be the largest ever recorded.
Villagers are searching for the beast, which witnesses claim is almost 30ft long, and has attacked fishermen, farmers and livestock.
If true - it would mean the fearsome reptile is the largest ever recorded predator caught on land.
The reptile has reportedly been terrorising the Agusan del Sur region of the Philippines.
A woman is said to have been grabbed by the croc - although her fate is unknown.
One man who saw the beast up close swears it was 29.5ft in length, according to a video published by Discovery.
Until now, the largest crocodile ever recorded was 20.3ft long.
Filipino Catholics marched through the streets whipping themselves and lacerating their backs with razorblades in a bloody religious ritual to atone for their sins.
Gruesome footage from the sleepy town of Pakil, about 70km east of Manila, shows masked devotees performing the acts of self-inflicted pain to mark the Holy Week.
They struck their backs with wooden rods, one for each station of the cross as depicted in Catholic tradition of Jesus' walk to the hill of Golgotha where he was crucified.
The gory scenes are traditional in small towns of the primarily Catholic nation before Easter as a form of worship believed to cleanse sins, cure illness, and grant wishes.
Despite its condemnation from the Catholic Church, large crowds of spectators including children lined the sweltering streets to behold the extreme show of faith.
Other flagellants sometimes crucify themselves at the end of the march, either by tying themselves to crosses or in extreme cases actually nailing themselves to them.
A bull attacked an unsuspecting woman on the street, throwing her into the air in the Indian city of Bharuch. She was rushed to a hospital, and is currently not in danger. Stray cattle have become a cause of concern on the streets of India, with many owners abandoning aging or unproductive animals after the government banned their sale for slaughter.
A Chinese airline has denied rumors that its flight attendants were filmed engaging in a hotel room orgy after footage was posted on social media last week.
On Wednesday, a series of videos emerged on Weibo, a popular Chinese microblogging platform, which showed at least six nude men and women dancing, grinding and laughing in a room.
The video quickly went viral, and soon after, rumors emerged that the orgy occurred in Madrid and the people involved were flight attendants for China Eastern Airlines or its subsidiary, Shanghai Airlines, the Shanghaiist reported.
In a document that was allegedly compiled by the airline, the company denied that their employees were the people featured in the video, suggested it was filmed in Africa and said that the people who created it deliberately did so to damage their reputation.
Chaos prevailed in Indore's Palhar Nagar area on Friday morning when a leopard strayed into the locality.
The leopard first entered an under-construction house and later into the residence of local businessman, where it sat for about three hours occasionally coming out to attack a team of forest officials and onlookers.
The first call regarding the presence of the big cat was made at 10am to the local police, who reached the spot and immediately called the forest department and the local zoo administration.
The animal first hid behind the iron grills of an under-construction house. The forest officials spread a net to capture it, but sensing the trap, the beast jumped outside and attacked SDO (forest) RC Choubey and rushed to the Patodi residence where it sat for hours on the stairs.
“Initially, we tried to use the stun gun and fired two pellets. However, both of them missed the target. The third shot hit the leopard. The tranquilizer used in the process was given according to the size of the leopard but it was insufficient,” zoo in-charge and veterinarian Uttam Yadav said.
A FEMALE tourist has sparked anger after she stripped naked and rubbed herself against a mythical rock shaped like a penis.
The blonde woman was seen pulling down her hot pants next to the Hin Ta - or Grandfather Rock - on holiday island Koh Samui, Thailand, on March 12.
She was then snapped thrusting herself against the 12ft-high sacred rock - which locals believe holds the spirit of an old man.
Furious residents are now demanding cops find the woman and force her to publicly apologise.
Food seller Sutida Wongyai said: ''The rock is very special and represents our island.
"It is an insult to do this to it.''
Terror-stricken villagers cut open a killer crocodile to find the arms and legs of a mutilated fisherman.
Andi Aso Erang, 36, vanished while collecting clams in a river near his home in East Kutai, Borneo.
His worried family raised the alarm and were left devastated two days later when they found his mutilated body on the banks of the Kabuyahan River last Thursday.
Locals noticed Andi's left leg and forearms arms were missing and immediately started hunting a man-eating crocodile.
The beast was found around 30 minutes later and locals let off five rounds from a rifle into its one-metre wide body.
A reckless driver ran over a boy in a parking lot in China's Shandong Province on January 24. Four people rushed out of a building to come to the aid of the boy, but the driver pulled into reverse, knocking three of them down.The boy was taken to the hospital. Police are still investigating the incident.