There’s not much information from the original source except that it is about the post 90s generation girls and that they have a wild night out.


Just looking at the pictures, I can’t even tell if they’re really from the post 90s generation. They can be just girls working in nightclubs. But the pictures looked pretty good nevertheless…

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The front page of the Modern Express compares the escalator riding habits of Chinese living in Nanjing with those in Hong Kong.

The side-by-side picture comparison obviously implies that people from Hong Kong are much more well mannered and civilized.

While I don’t disagree that the Chinese across the border are still lacking in civility, I think the comparison is not exactly fair. Plenty of times I find escalators in the Hong Kong subway blocked both left and right. To make matters worse, during peak hours.

The issue I have with certain Mainlanders is their “I am the center of the Universe” attitude, as demonstrated by their inability to move aside even when someone in a hurry asks politely.

Proper Escalator Etiquette

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There’s a reason why China’s called the “World’s factory”. Not only is there a large and cheap workforce but the speed at which these factory workers produce can be pretty spectacular.

Example below: look at the speed in which these workers pack a deck of cards. You don’t even need to buy a machine with these workers!

mainlander shits in hongkong mall

Money definitely talks in Hong Kong. Since the handover of Hong Kong to China in 1997 things have changed gradually, but the changes are dramatic.

I still think of Hong Kong as a country and when I fill in forms on the internet Hong Kong is still (99% of the time) listed separately as a country. Although we are all Chinese, our cultures and beliefs are incompatible. Hong Kong was a democratic society, and still is, whereas Mainland China a communist country. We live under a one-country-two-systems policy and though government is leaning towards big brother China, we still enjoy freedom of speech (most of the time).

Despite our differences with the Mainland people, we accepted them. We may have rejected them at the start, but as time passed, we slowly accepted them into our lives.

However, I have the view that our acceptance of them is the equivalent to the acceptance of a cock up our anus in a prison cell – we simply could not resist.

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Pablo Picasso once said: “Every act of creation is first of all an act of destruction.”

So for China’s aggressive expansion and development of infrastructure, there is also a great deal of destruction. I just never expected even new buildings would be destroyed…

The following are extracts from China Hush :

As one of the most architectural productive country, China aggregates 2 billion m2 of new building area every year, consuming about 40% of the world’s concrete and steel. However, on the flip side of the new building fever, there lie the rubble and remains of other “older” buildings: people tear down four-star hotels to build five-star ones and bulldoze newly developed construction sites before they are even finished.

Vienna Wood Community in Hefei City(合肥维也纳森林花园小区), died before born on Dec. 10th, 2005. The community covered about 20,000 m2 construction area with the main structure raised to 58.5 m high. The tens of millions yuan worth building was blasted as a whole when its 16th floor was still under progress. According to local government, the community punctuated the central divide of Hefei City, blocking the scenery between Huangshan Road and Dashushan Mountain. They couldn’t straighten Huangshan Road unless the community was out of the way.

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