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2 days account hmm 🤨
submitted 2 months agobyOk_8964toreal_China_irl
ikr?? lockdowns in glorious China is SO scientific!!!1 those who died in urumuqi's fire is surely due to their own lack of survival skills!!!1 if u question lockdowns ur a science-denier and paid by teh CIA!!!1😠😠😡😡
Hmm... I guess you don't read Chinese news much these days?
From my observation and comparison, Chinese folks actually like swearing more than Westerners.
I've read messages from protesters on twitter, that the vans were overloaded and it took some effort to close the door. Considering that a police van usually has 12 or 15 passenger seats, the number of passengers in one of their vans should roughly ranges between 15 to 25 people.
submitted 2 months agobyOk_8964topics
I'm a native Chinese speaker and translated the subtitles ;-)
That's the funniest pun I've read in a while lmao
China's censorship isn't as strong as outsiders think. Yes, these kinds of videos will eventually be censored on Chinese social media, but before that there is a brief period of availability for those who have seen it to download and repost it on more platforms. Or from the very beginning, someone directly posts on foreign platforms through a VPN, and Twitter and Telegram are the two most commonly used.
I know, but since such expression doesn't exist in English, I just used what I think is the closest
No, I am not referring to the city of Urumqi in Xinjiang. There is a street in Shanghai called "Urumqi Middle Road" with the same name as the city in Xinjiang, so citizens gathered there to mourn the dead.
Nah. From the fact that Xi escorted Hu out of the party congress last month, it's not hard to see that Xi now grasped such a high level of authority in the party, that the previous leaders could not bring him down at all. Not to mention that Jiang is 96 years old and Hu has Parkinson's.