PolyStation

Some things will never happen, like the collaboration between Adidas and Nike. The good thing about producing fake goods is that they you can be as “creative” as you want.

Check out these Adidas sandals with Nike Air cushioning:

adidas AIR sandals

The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China normally evokes a strict and disciplined image. This image, however, elicits the scorn of many Chinese that is usually reserved for the filthy rich.

A Chinese netizen posted about running into the two women wearing military uniforms at the Shenzhen airport and shocked by how they were accessorized: two shoulder bags/purses, a Burberry and LV (Louis Vuitton) respectively, LV branded luggage bags and suitcases, and the black paper bag at the bottom left corner of the photo was a newly purchased Gucci.

Attentive netizens calculated how much all of the items in the picture cost: Large LV luggage bag/each = 58,500 yuan, 5 * 58,500 = 292,500 yuan, small LV bag/each = 26,000 yuan, 2 * 26,000 = 52,000 yuan, and not including the rolling suitcase and other items, the total: 344,500 yuan (~52,197 USD).

The question is whether the army personnel are that well paid or are they just carrying fakes.

via chinaSMACK.

KLG

Let me guess…Kentucky Lickin’ Good?


This is pretty insane. I don’t know if fake iPhones in China are really that cheap or if some people have way too much money.

Whatever it is, this is one of the most wasteful and cockiest ways to play card games.

I would really like to know how this person charges all those phones once he finishes playing…

via M.I.C. Gadget.

panosaonic

FTZA

There’s really nothing that is not copied in China. From high-end luxury brands like Burberry to cheap pirated DVDs, nothing really is not copied in some form or another.

But Fila? Does anyone still remember what it is?

I thought the point of copying something was to benefit from the brand recognition. I don’t remember seeing any Fila shops last time I visited China…

Because they want to control your thinking…

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Here’s a good motto: “Just buy it, god damn it.”

Lexus doesn’t sell bicycles, at least not at the moment the last time I checked, but if they do, it would look nothing like this…

Lexus Bike

Angry Birds has become such a popular game that the folks in China have taken notice. Take a look at this real life game of Angry Birds:

This game booth has a slingshot for firing angry bird plush dolls at a bunch of plush piggies. It may seem fun at first, but in the end, it will just be another carnival game designed to empty your pockets.

For those who are interested, this is currently found in Guanzhou. However, it will have most likely spread to the rest of China by now.

My biggest complain is that there are no special abilities in this version of the game yet…

via Engadget

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