Cops strip commoners wearing emperor’s new clothes in world’s only COVID-free zone

Government goons in North Korea are “cracking down on citizens wearing leather trench coats” on the basis that “it is disrespectful to emulate the fashion choices of the country’s leader Kim Jong-un,” according to American-imperialist-funded Radio Free Asia. Fashion police in “the hermit kingdom” have been on active patrol to confiscate coats from anyone caught wearing, or selling, leather or imitation-leather versions of the Great Leader’s garb, according to the report. Radio Free Asia used a picture released by North

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Anti-communist music video suppressed on YouTube but you can watch it here: maybe

In another example of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) spreading influence well beyond the jurisdictions of the single-party, non-democratic state, CCP collaborator YouTube suppressed an anti-CCP music video just seconds after its release. The Taiwanese developers of the game Reversed Front released the song to accompany the launch of the mobile version of the game scheduled for 8:00 pm, November 23. However, by the time the video went live on YouTube, it had already been flagged, and labeled as “adult

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Goodbye Glasgow: China ramps coal production up to record high, makes promises

As international movers and shakers reached the anticlimactic finale of their COP26 climate change hobnob in Glasgow, Scotland, China announced that its daily coal production has broken historical records. The People Republic of China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) reported that national coal production reached a record high of 12.05 million tons on November 10. The November 11 report said that the figure represented an increase of 120,000 tons per day on the previous peak production level. “Coal production

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It’s only November and depth of snow in Southern Mongolia breaks 70-year record

Snow in Tongliao, Southern Mongolia, has accumulated to a depth not seen since 1951, according to the China Meteorological Administration. Heavy snowfall has lasted around 46 hours in the Chinese-occupied region, with a cumulative snowfall of 81.3 millimeters in the city of Tongliao, and a snow depth of 68 centimeters at the Kulunqi Weather Station, according to reports. According to the China Meteorological Administration, if the snow does not melt quickly, it may declare a natural disaster. A snowfall disaster

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Chinese kid plays parkour: jumps between buildings 27 floors up

Two boys were playing on the roof of a 27 storey building in Hubei Province, China, last week, and one was seen jumping between two buildings several times. According to media outlets in China and Hong Kong, the boys were seen imitating parkour moves on the buildings in Xianning City on October 26, and video footage of the incident has since gone viral on Chinese social media sites. The nearby resident who shot the video, informed the property manager of

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Chinese fighter jet rumored to have crash-landed on river in Henan Province

A People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) J-10S two-seater fighter aircraft crash landed on a river in Henan Province, yesterday, October 22, according to a video circulating on Chinese social media. Reports in Taiwan’s United Daily News and Liberty Times say that the J-10S crashed on the bank of the Jialu River after the pilots ejected and parachuted into the river. The jet aircraft appeared mostly intact, but had a damaged nose according to video and photographic evidence. The pilots

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Cold weather comes early to East Asia as energy crisis looms in China

In Taiwan, October 17, northeasterly monsoonal winds brought an early cooling respite from the hellish heat of a long, hot summer, but parts of China saw sub-zero temperatures arrive the earliest in more than half a century, and snow fell in Japan a half-month earlier than last year. In Hokkaido, Japan, the cities of Wakkanai and Asahikawa saw the first snow, Sunday, 17 days earlier than last year, the Sapporo District Meteorological Observatory announced. All-Nippon News Network reported that under

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Air France plane turns back to Beijing after “bang,” burning smell in cabin

An Air France flight from Beijing to Paris returned to Beijing shortly after takeoff this morning due to what the airline describes as a “technical fault,” but Chinese media outlets are saying was an explosion and fire in the passenger cabin. Air France said that the crew of flight AF393 flying from Beijing Capital International Airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport September 18, 2021 decided to return to Beijing according to the aircraft manufacturer’s operating instructions and the company’s

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Japanese company launches instant noodle flavored soda

Japanese company Nissin Foods is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its popular instant noodle brand by launching a drinkable version in the form of instant noodle flavored sodas. Japan’s Mainichi News reports that Nissin has reproduced four of its most popular instant noodle flavors as soda drinks, including Nissin cup noodle, Seafood, curry, and spicy tomato instant noodle flavors. Nissin Foods took to Twitter to say that the sodas faithfully reproduce the authentic taste of instant noodles. “It’s up to

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