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Video: Taiwanese animators get Donald Trump, Xi Jinping and Tsai Ing-wen dancing

Taiwanese animators have given a cheesy take on the controversial call US President-elect Donald Trump accepted from Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen. The clip shows Trump and Tsai dancing with each other with their phones, as an infuriated Chinese President Xi Jinping shows up with a nuclear bomb.

The video has been viewed more than 198,000 times, shared over 2,300 times and has received more than 2,200 reactions on Facebook as of Friday.

The song is an adaptation of Love for the popular Japanese drama Nigeru wa Haji da ga Yaku ni Tatsu. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KU6RrjFFh84&app=desktop


Video: Queen says Chinese officials were ‘very rude’ during President Xi’s UK visit

The Queen has been overheard commenting that Chinese officials “were very rude” during last October’s state visit by President Xi Jinping to the UK.

At a Buckingham Palace garden party on Tuesday, the Queen was introduced to Commander Lucy D’Orsi by the Lord Chamberlain.

“Oh, bad luck,” Her Majesty said, as she heard that D’Orsi was the Gold Commander – meaning the person in charge of security – during the Chinese state visit.

“I’m not sure whether you knew, but it was quite a testing time for me,” D’Orsi said, to which the Queen replied, “I did.”


Shit robots of the People’s Republic of China

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By Hong Kong Hermit.

China is to be congratulated on how often it is associated with words such as innovation, originality, and forward-thinking. Admittedly always preceded by the phrase “lack of” but baby steps people, baby steps. The latest trend in state-approved examples of China’s cutting-edge technological progress can be witnessed in the recent flood of news pieces about Chinese robots.

Shit Chinese robots. Endless, endless stories about shit Chinese robots.


Netizens and journalists rip Xi Jinping’s surreal tour of state media outlets

Chinese President Xi Jinping paid a visit to the Beijing headquarters of three state media outlets on Friday – CCTV, People’s Daily and Xinhua News Agency.

His visit generated much excitement among mainland Chinese reporters graced by his presence, with CCTV especially proud of their “exclusive”.

A banner spotted at the office stated: “CCTV’s family is The Party; Absolute loyalty; Please inspect us”.

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Foreign correspondents and journalists on Twitter were also greatly amused by the surreal scenes.


Xi and Peng to receive royal treatment in UK, but choose to bring their own water

Chinese President Xi Jinping and first lady Peng Liyuan will visit the United Kingdom next week in a state visit accompanied by plenty of pomp and circumstance.

A state banquet will be hosted by the Queen in the palace ballroom to welcome the Chinese delegation. A horseshoe-shaped table will be extravagantly decked out with more than 100 candles in silver-gilt candelabra, along with some wholesome fruit and floral arrangements, which will be inspected personally by the Queen ahead of the dinner, reports China Daily.

However, the menu of the state banquet, which is usually approved by the Queen in advance and catered to by more than 20 chefs, is proving to be slightly problematic.