If you’re familiar with the WuXia 神雕侠侣, then rejoice! Here are excerpts from two BBS posts that mock the recent TV recreation of the famous novel, where the post-authors have written some hilarious commentary with screencaps from the show:
“First, we thank CCTV for bringing us the latest historical/medieval (古装版) remake of Tarzan.”
贝贝咖啡同学会 (BeiBei Coffee Students Club) is devoted to all aspects of coffee culture. Sections include a how-to, nutritional background, membership activites, coffee experiences, and coffee companions (咖啡伴侣).
The latest internet star in China, Taiwan and even Los Angeles, a 4th year female college student, who calls herself 豆豆看 (dodolook) and has created a brilliant and hilarious set of videos. “Of course,” one blog states, “an important is that she is very attractive.”
Below is a screen capture of her performing comical dance moves to the soundtrack of…
KRing is a site featuring Flash animations and MP3 clips amongst other things. It’s top download, besting the irony-laced FuRong JieJie MTV (blogged here) is a an MP3 clip entitled 嫁个有钱人 (都市版) [Marrying A Rich Person (City Version)].
The clip is a short comedic piece detailing a person’s requirements for a rich spouse. In this…
PostShow recommended the following Flash MTV (a very popular application of Flash in China), for a song called 你说我容易吗 (You Think I Have It Easy?). It documents the struggles of the working life through the lens of a multitude of jobs:
tracy commented: These flashes reflected the real thinking of chinese youth, especially
The geeks have invaded Redmond! CNET (US/CN) reports that Microsoft research has “developed a prototype e-mail program in which cubicle dwellers can wade through e-mail and delete messages using their feet.”
In case you haven’t seen it before, this is a DDR pad in action:
芙蓉姐姐 (Sister Hibiscus) made waves on the Chinese internet in mid-2005 for posting photographs of herself posing semi-provocatively accompanied by narcissistic commentary. The caveat was that she was not particular attractive to say the least. The hype and press started within the BeiDa and TsingHua BBSs, where the original posts were, and spread to most of the major news sites, even…
A while back, some enthusiasts on the Internet put together a trailer of the Shining that made it look like a romantic comedy. A little more recently, some Chinese enthusiasts put together a parody of the Promise, a grandiose Lord of the Rings style Chinese production (download 50M video here).