In order to be able to falsely brag that they had managed to meet the country’s air quality standards, a pair of environmental ministry officials in Shizuishan, Ningxia ordered sanitation workers to spray the building that houses the city’s air quality monitoring equipment with mist cannons overnight, hoping to secretly wash away troublesome pollutant particles in the nearby air.
Unfortunately for them, their deception was easily discovered the following day when the Environmental Protection Bureau building was found covered in an extremely suspicious layer of ice.
Back in March, Xiangyang’s Tang Dynasty Studios learned why you should never offer up anything for free in China.
She had no choice but to cancel her 1,190 yuan plane ticket and take the train back to Shanghai instead.
Maybe she saw it on a fortune cookie?
It appears that the gods were not pleased with his selection of vehicle. The BMW cost 470,000 yuan ($73,000).
The 47-year-old master had been honing his skills for decades. His opponent had been training for about a year.
On the bright side, at least he didn’t need to go to the bathroom while waiting for rescue.
It takes some serious skill to be this bad.
In December, net users watched on Weibo as two Asian “CEOs” from Supreme took the stage alongside a Samsung representative with the companies’ two logos on screen behind them. They spoke about Supreme’s big plans for next year of opening up a “7-story” flagship store in Shanghai and staging a high-profile runway show at the city’s Mercedes-Benz Arena.
However, there was just one small problem. Supreme’s CEO is founder James Jebbia. He is white and can’t speak Mandarin.
Well, that didn’t quite go as planned.