I think we may know why this man divorced this woman now!
Watch as this insane ex-wife launches a brutal attack on a woman she claims was her husband's mistress throughout the final days of their marriage.
The so-called mistress gets ripped out of the car, and savagely beaten as onlookers stand by watching Idoly.
China is known for completely stealing everything Western from their movies down to their cars. The problem is they suck it actually reproducing these products and films.
Here is a perfect example of just how bad China is at replicating the cars that they have been attempting to steal for decades.
A 70-year-old grandfather from the Chinese province of Guizhou showed off his skills in a pole dancing studio, in Chengdu, Thursday.
Zhang Xi Da claims his manic moves are the key to eternal youth; helping keep him in shape, in good health and in high spirits.
Having found that he was too short to find a partner to take up Latin dancing, Zhang turned to the pole instead. He hasn't looked back since! Zhang says, “Pole dancing speaks for itself, no need to find a partner, a person can just jump on!"
"My illness, myocarditis, causes fattening, my physical strength is not so good," he explained modestly.
84-year-old Shi Yide is practicing for the 20th Asia Masters Athletics Championships at Liuzhou City Stadium. More than 1,900 master athletes from 20 countries and regions will gather in Rugao, east China’s Jiangsu Province to display their skills. Shi suffered from tuberculosis in the 1990s after retirement, and started running to strengthen his pulmonary functions. In 2006, Shi began attending national competitions and won many awards. Shi Yide said, "Humanity lies in movement. Life lies in the movement. So we should go outside and it’s better than staying at home.” This year’s competition might be Shi’s last, due to age restrictions. He hopes to perform well and end his sporting career on a high note.
When you're related to leader of a Communist controlled country it's okay for you abuse your power by doing things like this, shutting down an entire city so your capable of holding a massive wedding using government funds.
That's exactly what this communist mayor did in China. He shut down his entire city so he could use the streets in order to hold a massive wedding.
So for those who praise communism as a good example of how the government should run and allocate funding, think again! The truth is communism allows for people in power to steal even more easily than those in democratic countries.
September 1, Zhongshan, Guangdong, a woman suspected her husband extramarital affairs, trying to block catching mistress. Her husband throttle, his wife was pressed the bottom of the car, was rolling, died, then the deceased husband surrendered.
Video captures the moment a large chunk of mountain fell down in Bijie city, SW China's Guizhou Province on Monday. No casualties have been reported yet.
According to locals, the Chinese government has been attempting to drill underneath of the mountain in order to house military units. The Chinese government refuses to confirm whether this is accurate or not.
Escalation of the Doklam stand off+ into a shooting war is unlikely to deliver significant gains for China, and a wider conflict carries the risk of heavy casualties tilting the odds in favour of diplomacy prevailing despite a barrage of angry words from Beijing.
The assessment in top government circles is that a flare up at Doklam and other possible trouble-spots along the India-China border is not going to translate into a tangible territorial or strategic advantage for China as an armed conflict may not throw up clear winners and losers. If India does not suffer the humiliation as it did in the 1962 war, China's aura as the pre-eminent Asian power and rising challenger to American might could be dented — an unattractive scenario ahead of a crucial Communist Party congress due in September and a leadership conclave that precedes it.
The possibility of a conflict spreading to other areas along the 3,488km India-China border — large sections of which are disputed — is worrisome for both sides and neither has a clear upper hand. At Doklam itself, geography gives India the higher ground and a distinct military advantage. India lags behind China in border infrastructure but a conflict will be a lot less uneven than Chinese hawks anticipate and fighting could mean heavy toll for both armies.
That’s Paris, obviously. There’s the Eiffel Tower, and there are some of those quaint Parisian fountains and buildings. Yeah?
Nope. In fact, that shot was taken nearly 6,000 miles from the City of Lights. So... what’s the deal?
That’s actually Tianducheng, a luxury real estate development and Paris look-alike that’s located in Hangzhou, China.
Tianducheng lacks much of what Paris has to offer though — including people. The development is now more or less abandoned, giving it an even eerier, ghost-town feel.
According to the Atlantic Cities, Tianducheng has been in the works since 2007. The area, however, hasn’t seen much success yet. While the development could accommodate 10,000 residents, it is largely uninhabited.
The lack of people is mostly attributed to its odd location. Tianducheng is surrounded mostly by farmland and odd dead-end roads that snake throughout the countryside.
The Paris copycat is actually a pretty impressive clone of the real thing. The 300-foot Eiffel Tower replica looks pretty realistic, though it’s only about a third of the size of its French counterpart. By comparison, the Las Vegas replica at the Paris Las Vegas is half-scale and clocks in at 541 feet.
In a recent look at the strange locale, the Atlantic’s Henry Grabar said:
Tianducheng, a miniature Paris near Hangzhou, has an Eiffel Tower over 300 feet high, and a replica of a fountain from the Luxemburg Gardens in a main square called “Champs Elysées.” But it also has “a driver in a top hat and tails [who] drives a horse and buggy to a yellow church at the top of a hill, where a Chinese ‘priest’ in black robes and white clerical collar stages Western wedding ceremonies at an altar hung with a cross.”
China is no stranger to lookalike locations and pop-up cities. From the Venetian water town, also in Hungzhou, to French chateau replicas to fake beaches at the recently opened New Century Global Center, China offers the opportunity for a whole lot of eyebrow-raising moments. The Chinese amusement park Window of the World features a number of replica structures — including the former World Trade Center buildings.
If you thought American underground pro wrestling took it to absurd levels in terms of stunts they are pulling in order to please the crowd, you have to take a look at what actually goes on in pro wrestling in the nation of Japan!
Note to those who are squeamish, look away of blood bothers you.
A boy has escaped death after getting trapped under a car. He was chasing his friend across a street in Xinxiang, central China’s Henan Province when he was hit by the vehicle. Passersby rushed to help him, lifting the car to free him. He was sent to the hospital where he is in a stable condition.
North Koreans, that fled to South Korea, share their honest thoughts on America and Americans. And after reviewing this video you may fully understand exactly why it's so hard for those who have fled the dilapidated country to assimilate to surrounding countries with views that differ from what they were brainwashed with.
This chinese wife caught her husband and his mistress in Fujian Nanping, Pucheng County walking the streets, holding hands, kissing. So she responded like any wife, by trying to rip the clothing off the harlot who's messing with her hubby!
Chinese authorities were apparently gearing up for war against Islamists using a mosque in the Western portion of the country that is currently a cesspool of Muslim extremism.
According to Chinese officials there were talks of a Civil War in order to seize the province from China and converted into a Muslim controlled country. Chinese authorities quickly raided the mosque and ended up finding a plethora of homemade weaponry forged by the Muslim extremists
What started as a conversation regarding not being able to make this weeks salary payment on time quickly escalated to a hostage situation.
A Russian employee who was tired of his boss making late payments pulled a handgun on his boss and held him at gunpoint until his check was written.
Apparently things are so bad in China for some people they've resorted to eating live snakes and frogs like this man.
Or, perhaps this is just an average meal that every day Chinese citizens enjoy on a daily basis and us Westerners just think it's gross.
A woman was stabbed in a moving bus during rush hour in Beijing on Monday.
A man attacked the woman with a knife and stabbed her multiple times.
According to reports, the victim, named Gong, resisted sexual harassment from the suspect and was trying to report him to the police.
She was sent to the hospital after suffering from severe wounds.
The fellow passengers captured the attacker and handed him over to the police.
Buried in the Himalayas in the Siliguri Corridor, also known as the Chicken's neck, Chinese and Indian military forces sit on the respective sides of their vague borders and entrench themselves for what could become a shooting war between nuclear powers.
Both Beijing and New Delhi see the conflict as a shoving match for dominance in the Himalayas, an age-old struggle between the two states that most recently went hot in 1962, before either state had perfected nuclear bombs.
But now a Chinese construction project aiming to build a road that can support 40 ton vehicle traffic threatens a critical passage in India and risks alienating New Delhi from its ally, Bhutan.
As China asserts sovereignty over the disputed border zone with the building project, Indian troops have entrenched themselves, according to a dispatch from the South China Morning Post.
“New bunkers are being built, the ground is being mined to pre-empt Chinese attack, machine-gun nests are being placed at strategic points, and soldiers are performing battle drills at least twice a day,” according to the Post.
( The Chicken's Neck–also known as the Siliguri Corridor—is a narrow strip of land, 24 kilometers (15 mi) in width separating India from its northeast states. The area is marked in red. Note that the disputed region of Jammu and Kashmir is divided between India, China, and Pakistan (the colored areas represent the parts which are not under control of India). Wikimedia Commons)
Both India and Bhutan have protested China's ambitious one belt one road program to undertake massive infrastructure projects across Asia, and now China seems intent on testing the two nations' resolve.
“They are trying to show Bhutan who calls the shots in the Himalayas. So we have to ensure we are capable of defending Bhutan’s territorial integrity,” Maj. Gen. Gaganjit Singh, who commanded a division in India’s Northeast before retiring as the deputy chief of the Defence Intelligence Agency, told the Post. “We have to prove we can defend Bhutan and we are determined not to lose the current terrain and tactical advantage we have in Chumbi Valley.”
At 9,800 feet in elevation, the Indian troops sit and watch the Chinese below as they push forward with their road.
“It’s important for us to stop the Chinese here because if we fail, they will roll on to the Chicken’s Neck and can cut off our northeast,” said Singh.
Meanwhile, China, the numerically superior army, declared it would protect its border "at all costs," and that the Indians should have "no illusions" about their resolve.
But while China sees this step as vital for asserting dominance and achieving a major construction initiative, and India sees it as a vital threat to its national integrity, neither side wants serious fighting to start.
“A hot war between India and China could squander all the gains from their extensive economic diplomacy, and that would work against each country’s interests in a big way,” Michael Kugelman, the Deputy Director of the Wilson Center’s Asia Program, told The Cipher Brief of the conflict.
If you honestly believed that true love is lost when you're in a war zone, take a look at this story of love making its way back to one another.
It almost brings a tear to my eye to know that this Muslim and his lover have once again reconnected.
A video of an 80-year-old lady exercising on jungle gym monkey bars has gone viral on Chinese social media. The elderly lady comes from Shijiazhuang, the capital of northern China’s Hebei Province.
She can be seen swinging from bar to bar with impressive arm strength in the video shot by a passerby. After wrapping up her exercise routine, the elderly lady takes off with her grocery cart. Many Chinese netizens praised her for her super-healthy body.
A truck burst into flames while driving down a highway, killing 96 pigs on board and resulting in an economic loss of about 400,000 yuan in southwest China’s Guizhou province on Sunday morning.
Vehicle carrying livestock on board bursts into flames in southwest China
A weird tradition of pouring liquor on your brides head nearly ended badly when this bride collapsed after having an allergic reaction to the whiskey that was just poured on her head.
Watch how quickly her knees buckle just seconds after her husband poured just a tad of Jack Daniels on his new Brides head despite warnings that she was allergic to alcohol.
There's one way to get obese Chinese women to shut them down as quickly as humanly possible, money.
Watch this hilarious right along with a man filming a chunky woman running behind a car with a man handing out money.
A video showing a groom forcefully dragging his bride out of a car during their wedding has sparked discussion in China.
Initial reports suggested that the groom was enraged after his fiancée had demanded a large amount of money to be paid before she would agree to step out of the wedding car.
However, the groom claimed that he got angry because the driver of the wedding car had kept demanding gift money from them, according to an updated report.
A teacher at a Chinese university has been accused of hitting students with an iron rod because they were late for class.
Disturbing footage, which emerged last week, showed the male teacher beating seven female students on the hand in Chengdu, south-west China.
The educator has been dismissed after the clip recently became viral onilne.
The footage was uploaded to a student forum named 'Sichuan high school headlines' on Weibo on June 9.
In the video, a group of female students lined up to receive physical punishment at a classroom.
The male teacher, in military uniform, could be seen beating each student's hand five times with an iron rod.
Students had to keep shaking their hands to relieve the pain.
The man teaches aviation services at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, according to a report by Beijing Times.
The teacher, surnamed Nie, became angry after students were late for a morning exercise, an eyewitness told Beijing Times.
Mr Nie, a former soldier, demand students line up at the front of the classroom to be punished.
The incident reportedly took place on December 13, 2016, but the video was revealed last week.
Each male students and female students was hit for ten and five times respectively.
The student said it was not the first time Mr Nie had beaten students.
Four out of five students in the class have been punished by Mr Nie in the past.
A statement posted to the school's official Weibo confirmed the incident.
Mr Nie was fired by the university on June 9, according to the statement.
In a sharp attack, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor blamed the government for the 'rising intolerance in the country' on Tuesday.
Addressing the Lok Sabha, Tharoor said, "It is safer to be a cow than a Muslim in India." Tharoor said that a Bangladeshi friend told him that fundamentalist leaders in his country attacked India in this fashion.
The Congress MP said that India was built on the premise of respecting diversity, and it is the responsibility of the government to uphold that premise. “Hate at home and Make in India abroad cannot go hand in hand,” he said.
Tharoor also pointed out that foreign publications were talking about growing intolerance in India. "We are shamed with the reputation we gaining abroad."
Tharoor also reminded of the the Kerala House raid that was conducted last month, at a time when African delegation was in India. "What would they have thought about the intolerance in the country," he asked.
Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi and reminding of his election promises, Tharoor said, "Has the Prime Minister forgotten that he's a leader and he is supposed to walk with people belonging to all caste, class and religion?"
Tharoor also demanded abolition of death penalty, describing it as an "aberration in a healthy democracy".
Raising the issue during Zero Hour, he said hanging people does not deter crime and there is a lot of subjectivity in application of death penalty. "It (death penalty) is an aberration in a healthy democracy," Tharoor said, adding that instead preventive and reformative measures should be strengthened to prevent crimes.
Contending that death penalty has mostly affected the marginalised people, the Congress leader said the state should not become killer. "We should abolish death penalty to uphold the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi," he said.
According to him, around 70 per cent of the UN member nations have abolished death penalty.
Watch as this poor man with intense pain in the groin is lying on the hospital floor while staff is ignoring him.
He cannot afford hospital care and therefore is not attended to.
Luckily for him Iran is pushing the same failed universal healthcare that other nations have across the world which led to even greater waiting times among those infected with serious diseases.
China - 10 year old boy was caught stealing toys
Watch as this radical feminist in China attempted to assault a group of Chinese men who were tired of listening to her scream in their faces be thrown into the back of a paddy wagon like a ragdoll by Chinese authorities.
China’s first local anti-extremism law came into effect on Saturday in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, a northwestern province that has long suffered with terrorism and separatist movements. The law, which was passed by the Standing Committee of the Xinjiang People's Congress on Thursday, aims at eradicating extremism in the region. It consists of seven chapters and provides a clear definition of extremism.
This Muslim migrant was caught in the act raping a Chinese woman right on the side of the street and was beaten until he was unconscious laying in the streets for cops to come arrest.
Clashes erupted between police and supporters of South Korea's impeached leader Park Geun-hye after the country's Constitutional Court ruled to eject her from office. At least two people have died in the protests, police said.