From Sina Weibo:
@大山: A very interesting website, using English to introduce China’s internet culture to the world. Very frank, without being modified/tempered.
Comments from Sina Weibo:
Thank you, Dashan, for selflessly promoting/sharing Chinese culture.
Do you have to go over the Great Firewall to open it?
Interesting! The website’s logo is even a
Can’t open it, bet you need to go over the Great Firewall.
Will take a look some day, but at first glass, doesn’t seem to have any good news about China. But as long as its true [news], its okay.
It even has both Chinese and English text!!
Too frank, too lamentable.
very good website！
Thank you for recommending this, it’s very helpful for someone currently learning English like me.
Haha, the website Dashan recommends is very 囧~ There are also similar websites that translate foreign news about China.
Seeing that “囧”, I probably know what kind of news is on there.
No matter who you are, everyone should learn a bit about China.
Good things should be shared~ Everyone share~
Although I don’t understand English, I can see that it’s very NB, thanks.
Been following for 3 years already.
Also recommend, it’s always been in my bookmarks.
Ai ya, I’ve been following this website for a long time, and now that its been promoted by Teacher Dashan, I bet it won’t be long before it’s shut down.
Our foreign teacher mentioned this website before, they too are able to be in China and follow the trends now.
Everything was okay, why draw attention to it? What if it gets harmonized? Really now… @dashan
Great, can learn English.
ChinaSmack, this website is “Tianya + Weibo”, “distilled/simplified + English”. The news selected are all kitten abusing women, Gan Lulu, self-immolation, and the like, plus netizens’ various shocking comments. Chinese alongside the English, original.
Indeed very interesting, everyone come check it out!
ChinaSMACK this website is truly not bad. I too recommend it.
This website is good! Too bad my English is too poor – -
I’ve also been following this website for a long time. I think it’s still a little being prejudiced.
This website I’ve read before. I think us Chinese people want face too much, and usually can’t handle seeing this much “negative” things on a website. Actually, it is because the education we’ve received since we were small all only shows us the “harmonious” side. To face the unmodified/untempered ugly and vulgar things is very difficult. Actually, a country is like a person. When you learn to laugh at yourself, and not conceal the mistakes you’ve made, then it shows you’ve grown up and matured.