Photo Of The Day

Knife Chained and Child Chained

(A blogger took this photo of a kitchen in a noodle bar, in Xinjiang. screenshot)

Recently, there was some knife violence in Xingjiang. The Chinese authorities decided to restrict buying, owning, and using knives, and this is one result in a local restaurant in Xinjiang, China.

Among many responses, one blogger commented: "I don't know whether to laugh or cry! What shall IĀ  do with my knife at home!"

Chaining is becoming more popular for Chinese people in their daily lives:

Below is a father and his daughter in a train station, both falling sleep while in the waiting room. Fearing his daughter may be kidnapped, the father chained his daughter to him.

(Screenshot)

Jiang Zemin's Days Are Numbered PDF Print E-mail
Banned Books

... his biological father was a traitor who worked for the japanese during their occupation of china. the university jiang attended, nanjing central university, was in fact run by the japanese occupation. he made up the lie that his uncle had adopted him, even though his uncle was actually deceased by that time. while in russia for training, jiang at one point indulged in an affair with a russian woman and became a spy for the kgb. and this is only a small part of a much larger picture, for jiang's is a history full of ugly details. when the "rebel faction" examined jiang's dossier they could not have known the tremendous troubles of jiang's past that were being hidden....

Link to read: The real story of Jiang ZeminĀ 

 

Search

Change font size

The 'Taboo' Show

Banned Books

The Reality

Related Items

Dynaweb

Open Forum