Vanity Stone Monuments & Plaques Erected for Chinese Leaders

Where Comrade Hu Jintao Once Stood

“Comrade Hu Jintao Once Stood Here”

The following is a collection of vanity stone monuments and dedications to Chinese leaders presumably built by opportunistic local officials and sycophants. Many of the monuments highlight completely pointless achievements such as “Mao Zedong’s former hiding spot”, and ”Hu Jintao once stood here”.

From Sina Weibo:

@济善园之三慎斋: Comrade Mao Zedong’s Hideout — Located at the “Comrade Mao Zedong Escaped From Danger”  scenic area at Paibu village of Tongu county of Yichun city in Jiangxi Province, this scenic spot explains: Without this hideout, there wouldn’t have been a New China. nose picking

Mao-zedong-secret-hideout-maos-grandson-mao-xinyu

“Comrade Mao Zedong’s Hiding Spot”

Comments on Sina Weibo:

猪七戒1978:

Wouldn’t it be great if he didn’t have a hiding spot!

teresa2012teresa:

His [Mao’s] sons were either retarded or dead, this is karma from doing evil.

孙蜀东:

Blame Old Chiang for not wiping out the [communist] bandits…

盛世方衡:

Many years ago I visited Changsha First Normal University and saw a “place where Comrade Mao showered” (approximate description of the plaque). Not sure if it is still there or not.

麦田守望者2315:

Thank you Peng Dehuai, thank you South African pilot, thank you fried rice.

[Note: First, Peng Dehuai’s failure to move his headquarters after being warned by Mao was the cause of the air strike that killed Mao Anying. Second, it was South African warplanes that bombed and killed Mao Anying. Third, it was rumored that rather than taking shelter, Mao Anying was busy cooking fried rice when he died.

The commenter thanked these three things because many people feared that if Mao’s son Mao Anying had survived the Korean War, China would’ve turned into a hereditary system like North Korea, where Mao’s grandson Mao Xinyu would become China’s leader just like Kim Jong-un.

法门小沙弥:

Read it wrong, I thought it was where he was buried…

邱_平:

Major General Mao’s pants are very high quality, not splitting even in this stance, truly a miracle.

秋芸:

It must be very tiring/difficult to be this fat.

蒙古人来北京:

Why does it look like a tombstone?

From Sohu Weibo:

@草根屁民: The Party’s favor is like the ocean, its ass-kissing like thunder.

Top: Where Hu Jintao once stood Bottom: Where Wen Jiabao once sat

Top: “Where Hu Jintao once stood”
Bottom: “Where Wen Jiabao once sat”

Comments on Sohu Weibo:

世科电脑92062668:

Erecting a monument even for Hu? Why does this tablet look like a tombstone? This ass-kisser must have a really low IQ.

xingxiangzi:

Traditionally, erecting a stone monument for a living person is to curse him to die, so just what intentions is this ass-kisser harboring? Drag him out to be executed!

沧海醉舟:

Are there any monuments marking the location of where leaders had urinated???

炯炯有神45149267:

These ass-kissers…

灵犀青眼看世界:

Still missing two words, “supreme leader”.

国之重殇:

Any way you look at it, you’d think it reads: Comrade XXX died here. This is unsurpassed level of ass-kissing, there truly are too many idiotic officials.

干戚之舞:

Disgusting!

钢羡:

Those below follow the example of those above.

Other vanity plaques and monuments to government leaders:

Where comrade Zhou Enlai came ashore

“Where comrade Zhou Enlai came ashore”

Location of city official voluntary tree planting

“Location of city official voluntary tree planting”

Secretary Jiang Zemin took photo here during inspection of flower mountain

“Secretary Jiang Zemin took a photo here while inspecting Flower Mountain”

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  • Riddler

    SOFA!

    • Germandude

      I had to do it man.

      • linette lee

        hahahaha lol you are funny… :)

      • Riddler

        Man, I am lifting my beer up in a CHEERS! HAHAHAHA! I LOVE it man. I’m saving that image. I would have love to have made one but not so good at the ps stuff!

        • Germandude

          “rightclick” on the pic and then “save as” should do it.

          • Riddler

            Tried that but didn’t work. It usually works but not now. Might be a mac issue.

          • Riddler

            Ok done. Thanks again man!

  • Riddler

    Monuments erected? Hmmm..lots of erection problems.

    • chosan

      at least its legal in china to put stupid “X was here signs”. In the racist west they start banning Asia

      http://news.yahoo.com/us-fire-officials-see-danger-paper-sky-lanterns-154950740.htmlns from even flying lanterns!!!

      • markus peg

        you mean the lanterns people light on fire without any care where the wind takes it? that then go up and then land creating fires and killing farm animals when it lands in the field that then eat the wire?
        It’s like arson but with an unknown target. factories have burnt down because of them… They put livestock, crops and buildings at risk. Cases where a child was nearly burned to death, and a pensioner’s home nearly went up in flames were in the news even this month!

        • chosan

          well wow!!! then Europe is really overrun with flying lanterns? Which livestock in the world has flammable skin or feathers???? Crops reproduce by fire sometimes so u got me there. How do Factories burn down from a lantern? were they balsa wood factories? Everybody in the world should emulate Taiwan homes which are mandatory concrete

          • lonetrey / Dan

            Ooooooooor, we could just have a safer source of fire/light.

            Yeah, lets just go with that instead.

            Also, the 2007 California fires come to mind. Started with a single kid playing with matches.
            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/October_2007_California_wildfires

          • Washington Bullets

            glowsticks would be pretty cool, but the lack of heat wouldn’t let the lanterns fly. My university flew the same kind of lanterns on 9/11 last year though.

      • Maddy

        Pretty sure one new years eve in shanghai i saw some people using these and being sold them, then i saw the vendors being chased down by police on motorcycles, so they were even banned in at least shanghai, which is good because if people use them en mass it is not only a fire hazard but causes a shit ton of garbage, and they can end up anywhere so they’re hard to all clean up. I witnessed this in tianjin at the start of the year for the lantern festival. There would have been thousands probably even hundreds of thousands of these lanterns flying through the sky and when it was all over the streets were just PILED with not only the lanterns themselves but the stupid plastic wrapping they came in because do chinese people bother to pick up any rubbish at all? no. It was disgusting.

      • Germandude

        It got nothing to do with racism but with polluting the environment…

      • donscarletti

        So let me get this straight. You want to send up an uncontrolled, unmonitored, burning objects that can drift for miles into the sky over a heavily wooded country and you complain that the authorities are not OK with it?

        I’m going to claim that China is racist since it doesn’t allow Arabs to enforce Sharia by stoning adulteresses and homosexuals.

      • A Gawd Dang Mongolian

        I bet you delete stuff on your hard drive to make the computer lighter…

        • Riddler

          Its a good thing his brain is empty then right?

  • Guest23

    Seems pretty much local guys kissing up by making these monuments so they can advance up the ladder or gain favor, it’s like those graffiti *X was here* but making it official, it makes the whole personality cult scary. In my opinion, if this is really true, they are wasting time and money making monuments to not so monumental events.

  • Rei Yu Tian

    Where’s the monument for taking a dump? These are pointless and irrelevant. Taking a dump they’re at least giving some nutrients back to mother nature~

    • Riddler

      It’s there, the one that says ‘…..sat here…’ they just forgot the ‘h’.

  • Rei Yu Tian

    Mao Zedong was a piece of shit that tried to make China a peasant society. Now Deng Xiaoping, that’s the man you should make these monuments for.

    • Guest23

      Watched a lot of documentaries and read some autobiographies on the man, he didn’t like personality cults, his son was a victim of the Red Guard, and he had to bear witness on Mao’s Red Guard’s rampage around China, he wasn’t really into vanity and tried to lessen Mao’s personality cult and the fanaticism it brings, he doesn’t want another Cultural Revolution.

      • David

        Not to mention he was sent to “Re-education camps” himself twice by Mao. This was despite the fact he had been a loyal follower since the beginning of the revolution (he did much more walking on “the Long March” then Mao ever did). Mostly because he tried to moderate Mao selfish and narcissistic behavior in the last 15 years of his life, Mao considered him suspect. Deng was a true man of the people at heart (meaning he felt the state should serve the people) but despite taking China, dragging and screaming into the 20th century, even he could not pull the pin on political reform in the end. Social and Economic reform he could stomach but most forms of political reform where still crushed.

        • Guest23

          He was a pragmatist and one of many who opposed some of the policies that a person with basic understanding of economics would not do, it’s funny that he didn’t want his face on pictures on homes and statues with epitaphs to his greatness, it’s ironic that the man most responsible for modern China rising through the ashes of it’s past mistakes doesn’t get the credit that he is due, namely because of the 1989 Crackdown that led to the series of unfortunate events, Mao’s the face of the CCP and the father of Communist China.

        • Kai

          He did more walking because he had shorter legs and thus had to take more steps. ;)

    • Joey

      He ignorantly tried to industrialise China. Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn’t. At least it beats the shithole China would’ve been under the KMT.

      • Guang Xiang

        wut

      • Rei Yu Tian

        It didn’t work, the steel they produced was shit quality, along with millions starving.

        • Gordon Gogodancer

          Well to be completely fair Joey does have a point saying that. I don’t think the Nationalists were doing much better for the people than the communists. Mao just capitalized on the anger accumulated by the common people against the Nationalists. But sure, in the end the communist did massacre a whole lot of pretty monuments and artifacts which is big tragedy

          • Rei Yu Tian

            Chang’s republic was very corrupt. The west sent them billions worth of aid but they still lost, mostly due to inefficient leadership in military and corruption in the officials.

            Still, there’s a reason for me to dislike Mao’s regime, my great-grandparents were wealthy land owners in Hebei and Tianjin, all the wealth and land were lost when Mao came into power. *sigh*

          • Robert Rou

            While we can all sympathize with loss, the communists made a promise that a nation formerly broken down by foreign forces, milked dry by colonialists, and sold out by disloyal traitors, would instead be rebuilt as a modern and just society. Granted, those promises have not been realized and are only dreams deferred, but these are some of the reasons why things are the way they are.

          • David

            Well, except for the part where you skipped dynastic rule (some home grown, some foreign imposed) that had been doing this to the Chinese people for more than 2000 years, I can actually agree with something you said. The Nationalist made the same promise and then fell into the old trap of corruption that the Qin-Qing dynasties did. Just as the Communists did after them.

          • Zappa Frank

            oh yes, china was a shitty and poor place only due to foreigners. Is this what your books say?
            it’s really hard for chinese to take responsability of anything.. always someone else fault.
            you were weak, corrupted and undeveloped, still in medieval time in the early ‘900… was it foreigners fault?

          • Riddler

            And who’s milking your country now? Imbecile, have you any idea as to the amount of capital flight from china to the west being carried out by your corrupt officials? Keep tripping on this fantasy you are on.

            Btw, how did the meeting with eattot go?

          • Zappa Frank

            their spawn would be great.. i would like to buy some of their off spring for the garden, i’m going to have a zoo.

          • Riddler

            “Ladies and Gentlemen, we would like to introduce you to our new specimen, a truly unique creature called Meateatot. Please ensure you buy treats at the door and feed this animal”

          • Probotector

            Surely just “Meattot”?

          • Riddler

            HA! where have you been? Agreed. Meatot it is!

          • Probotector

            Thinking of new jokes

          • Riddler

            I was falling asleep while working online so decided to have a chat with Eattot. Her instant response was like ingesting something with a rolled banknote.

          • TheSOP

            The CCP surpassed the Imperial Japanese and the Western Imperialists in their butchery of the Chinese people.

          • whuddyasack

            I’ll give you a thumbs up. Unlike your detractors, you raise a very good point. What I do hope for is for every Chinese to learn from history but not be trapped by it.

            The idiot croaking on about the CCP has lost the plot, but then again, maybe he was never on it in the first place.

          • Riddler

            Exactly where up mr. meat are you planning to insert your thumb? Both orifices or just one?

            ps. actually, i presume you have two thumbs:-)

          • Rei Yu Tian

            I’d say a lot of over-promising and under-deliverance

          • Probotector

            China under the Guomingdang was described as “Fascism in all but efficiency”.

          • Rei Yu Tian

            Too true~

      • al in china

        You mean like Taiwan?

        • Joey

          Entirely different situation with massive support from the USA.

        • TheSOP

          Or Korea or Japan, or any northeast Asian nation that didnt follow communism lol. Under KMT it is highly likely that China would have surpassed the US and becme the worlds largest economy already, 10s of millions of Chinese wouldnt have died at the hands of the CCP, and China probably wouldnt be the feudal polluted, cultural wasteland it is today.

    • al in china

      Right he’s the one who shot students for asking for the rights you now have to type your stupid messages here. Then in the morning after he shot their Parents and Grand Parents while they were looking for their kids.

      • Kai

        This sort of mischaracterization of what happened doesn’t help people learn from what happened.

        • al in china

          You should watch the PBS documentary the Tank Man if you want the truth boy!

          • will try and find, thanks

          • Kai

            Or you can study the subject beyond watching a documentary.

            Here’s my point: Deng didn’t shoot students for asking for the rights @Rei_Yu_Tian:disqus is enjoying as he types his “stupid” messages here. How well do you know what they were asking for? Amongst them, who was asking for what? Who did they represent? What were others asking for? What was Deng’s primary motivations for going with clearing the square? To what extent did he intend to go about shooting parents and grandparents?

            There is no question that what happened was tragic and probably could’ve been handled better. But you’re mischaracterizing what happened, and that sort of mischaracterization prevents people from having a constructive discourse about it where something meaningful can be learned. All you are doing is repeating an oversimplified dramatized narrative you’ve been fed.

          • TheSOP

            One must adopt the proper narrative that it was Chai Lings fault and poor Deng despite his desperate desire to end the protests peaceful had his hand forced by blood lusting student leaders… oh and that it didn’t in fact happen in the squere itseld makes the entire event less relevant, somehow.

          • Kai

            I don’t think it’s necessarily Chai Ling’s fault but there’s very little reason to doubt she exacerbated certain things. A lot of the things she has done since then have also been questionable, such as her lawsuits against documentary producers who have depicted her in ways she considers unfavorable.

            I’m not particularly sympathetic to Deng, but I recognize the situation as being more complicated and with a lot of people doing a lot more hand-wringing and agonizing than many popular narratives give credit for.

            I think there is SOME merit to arguments around the semantics of “square” just like there is some merit to the arguments around the semantics of “city” or “Nanjing” with regards to the Rape of Nanjing. I don’t think there’s any reason to get hung up on that. A lot of people seem to be unwilling to accept valid points thinking that doing so amounts to a denial of the entire matter. That’s just stubbornness.

            When people play loose with their words and broaden certain things unfairly, you’re going to get pushback. I’m not sure why some people have a hard time coping with this.

          • Guest23

            Not to mention that those Maoist hardliners pretty much wanted it to happen so they can lessen his influence, in the end, history didn’t repeat like it did when he was re-educated in the Cultural Revolution, it was quite a complex situation though, the youth student leaders weren’t that organized, they couldn’t rein in some of their people, some of them almost went towards riot levels and rumors of revolution and some of these rallies happened when the Cold War was thawing and bad timing when he expecting a visit from Gorbachev during that time, the rallies scared and made them lose face, really quite tragic.

          • al in china

            I could write a book……I would very much like to talk to the tank man and yes you are right people were not just students. The navy, the doctors, the lawyers the police in some cases. That didn’t bother the regime. But when farmers and peasants from all regions of China boarded trains the hard core line decided they must act! The farmers were the ones who gave them the power and they are afraid of them. The first army was prevented from entering to the heart of Beijing. People flooded the streets. Feeding the young confused army who didn’t want to hurt anyone.The army couldn’t move backwards or forward. This angered the regime even more they were committed to striking a blow to the people. They then brought in a a new army with live ammo the type they use in wars to maim people. The protesters block every intersection of Beijing with city buses, cars, anything they could use, everyone joined in. It was open revolt!

            Now as for killing parents and grand parents! The day after the square was cleared. people came to find their kids. The army counted to ten and then they shot them down. But an hour later they returned. The army counted to ten. then shot them down again. This lasted for hours. An ambulance driver tries to help some wounded and he is shot driving the ambulance and it crashes into a statue.

            Now this is a forum not a place to write a book. Most people in China now don’t even know this happened. The ones that do don’t talk about it. The air in Shanghai is a poison gas tonight. We can thank Deng for that too. Now people were asking for more than freedom.

            The protests were triggered in April 1989 by the death of former Communist Party General Secretary, Hu Yaobang, a liberal reformer, who was deposed after losing a power struggle with hardliners over the direction of political and economic reform. University students who marched and gathered in Tiananmen Square to mourn Hu also voiced grievances against inflation, limited career prospects, and corruption of the party elite. They called for government accountability, freedom of the press, freedom of speech, and the restoration of workers’ control over industry. At the height of the protests, about a million people assembled in the Square.

            I want to go on but there is no point. Many won’t believe my rant! If I may guess about 70% of the people in this country are no able to think for themselves. They just this it’s a great place.

            Instead of guessing that I haven’t studied this you should take my advice get a VPN and watch “The Tank Man” on PBS This is the single greatest Chinese man that has ever lived and he his picture has changed the world! To Chinese people he doesn’t exist!

            What’s left now is just greed, jealousy, contempt for each other and human life. Ahhh what a Heavenly Kingdom.

          • Kai

            If you could write a book, why did you just copy and paste an entire paragraph from Wikipedia verbatim without citation and pass it off as “your rant”?

            Instead of assuming I don’t have a VPN and haven’t watched “The Tank Man” by PBS, maybe you should calmly read what I’m saying.

            I’m not defending Rei Yu Tian ‘s comment, I’m responding to yours. There’s a difference. Don’t jump to conclusions.

            Anyone who has studied Deng or even Mao and is rational can calmly give credit where it is due. I don’t agree with a lot of things Deng did or what he represented, but I can understand why some people think more highly of him than Mao and that he is more deserving of monuments compared to Mao.

            In other words, I didn’t say I think monuments should be erected for Deng. I said quite simply:

            This sort of mischaracterization of what happened doesn’t help people learn from what happened.

            …about your mischaracterizations of ’89. Don’t conflate the two.

            I also didn’t say it to be “deeper”. Its just a disagreement with what I think is a mischaracterization of a historical event.

          • al in china

            You are correct, it did come from wikki but I’m not fucking writing a book so I don’t need to research it and change the words into mine and the state where my research came from! And now I’m also NOT calm. Yes Mao was much worse than Deng. But all the Chinese dogs are short of morals. It’s like a show every day when I step outside into the poison air to see dog fights. It’s a spit, shit, push, piss society in the Heavenly Kingdom.

            Mischaracterization? In your opinion. All I can see from your posts are big words! Which is a smart ass response by a person who doesn’t even know what happened in 89 plus might not even have been born.

            Sorry, as a moderator you suck! Have a nice life Kai. I’ll send you a postcard from Canada soon! Living here 6 years is enough for me to understand the “Little Emperor” males and the “narcissist” females walking around thinking well…….”I’m so cool everyone wishes he was me!” haha so funny really!

            So bye bye! Kai! I’ll be home for Christmas and only return to sell my house in a few years.

            Hope you clowns can get your government to clean this place up before you all get lung cancer and die.

      • Rei Yu Tian

        All government will try to stay in power for as long as possible. Using any methods possible. It’s a shame what happened.

    • Not sure about that either. He made the laugh at the poor, not the prostitutes generation. He was also a nasty spitting foul mouthed old man.

      • mr.wiener

        And Winston Churchhill was a washed up drunk, but he was the right man for the job at the time. dontcha think?

        • Oh indubitably dear boy, spirit of the blitz and the bulldog, no doubt. But a whole world of difference between a british gent who gets a bit lairy (?) after one too many gin drinks and a spitting nasty peasant from a province even many other chinese look down on.

          • mr.wiener

            Any short arse peasant who can take down the gang of 4 and their ilk has my vote.

          • True, still not impressed by the to get rich is glorious part. At what and whose expense?

  • 5,000 years of uncivilization

    All in favour of erecting “____ took a dump here” plaques all over China. It’s historically entertaining and beats the Sound of Music tour in Salzburg.

    • Washington Bullets

      Yeah, but then you’d have to erect one at every border crossing and airport and have a huge list of every leader that attempted vaporize any trace of history.

  • 用开水烫我!

    hahaha, so funny!
    i was born in tiny town never saw this kinda thing before. we just have a very high monument on the hill for those dead heroes, always can see a lot white paper flowers on these trees around it.

    • lonetrey / Dan

      I’d never have figured you for a small town girl :O

      • 用开水烫我!

        haha! my family is fine, not so poor as you thought or watch in chinese films.
        in some snobbish eyes, i am poor must a gold digger!
        even themselves are so snobbish they do not know! hahaha! let alone this fucker is a man and foreigner.

        • moody

          you never fail to amaze me by the content of your posts

          • Hahhaa, love the attached pic, exactly right for when replying to you know who

        • Robert Rou

          He is but just a young man, blissfully ignorant of the generations before him that have created this depression for him and set his own generation up for indentured servitude in so many ways imaginable.

          One can only hope that this young man will one day awaken to find out exactly what he should be fighting for.

          • 用开水烫我!

            i did not mean him at all.
            i mean someone he knows, an old snob dog.

          • Robert Rou

            Oh I see. Well I’m sure the message still applies.

          • Riddler

            ….

          • Thats brilliant, I can’t stop laughing, lol

          • Riddler

            I cracked up when i saw it:-)

          • Riddler

            ….

        • Kai

          Sigh, what are we going to do with you and your harem?

      • Riddler

        I’d have never figured her for a girl.

    • David

      Interesting. Thanks for sharing.

    • MrC

      how tiny? a mud hut on the hillside? did you have a road?

    • Riddler

      Are you sure its not just toilet paper on those trees?

  • markus peg

    “Secretary Jiang Zemin took a photo here while inspecting Flower Mountain” now you can take a photo of the stature instead…

    these are as bad as writing “[name] was here 2009” on tourist locations.

    • or in waffle house restrooms.

  • markus peg

    True story… now go take a photo of my “Plaque”

  • YourSupremeCommander

    “Wouldn’t it be great if he didn’t have a hiding spot!”
    Agree! Great men don’t need to go hide like a wussie.

    • 用开水烫我!

      snob dog likes to hide his head like a dick all the time!

      • mr.wiener

        Stop it now .

        • YourSupremeCommander

          no worries, he was just talking about himself.

        • Zappa Frank

          mr.wiener, i’ve been good didn’t reply and didn’t troll but does that sub-normal has an infinite credit at your side? it’s the third time already (and just the third i’ve seen…). She may be mental sick (probably she is and i wonder if Linette was talking about her in a previous post) but does this allow her to provoke and get the immunity to replies?

          • lonetrey / Dan

            Haha, I used to think the same way about people in real life, and I’m sure the internet has different rules on how to speak to one another.

            But I think our ways of approaching this sort of situation is one where everyone ends up unhappy.

            “Eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind”, right?

          • mr.wiener

            It does not.
            More of this and there will be consequences for her.

          • MrC

            noooooooooo, we can learn a lot from she!

          • Robert Rou

            “More of this and there will be consequences for her.”

            Relevant advice for yourself. When a moderator is posting fake quotes in pursuit of a personal agenda, I think it’s time that individual to relinquish his privileges willingly. Or I will formally request so.

          • al in china

            boo hoo….you should jump from the 30th floor.

          • Nessquick Choco

            big words, small …

          • Riddler

            …..brain? :-)

          • mr.wiener

            Feel free, this is not a dictatorship.
            Two questions:
            #1. Was my quote from Mark Twain in fact fake? I read it in a book of his quotes.
            #2. What is my personal agenda apart from keeping some of the knuckle draggers [on both sides] from filling up these pages with their flaming?

            You can formal request Kai to take away my moderator status on the “about” page.

          • Robert Rou

            “this is not a dictatorship.”

            Actually, it is, if chinaSmack feels like it. And if they don’t, it isn’t. This is what private ownership means.

            “Was my quote from Mark Twain in fact fake? I read it in a book of his quotes.”

            Lol, of course not. Cite your source, page number included, and prove me wrong. In fact, I encourage it.

          • mr.wiener

            I found it for you on line :http://quotes.dictionary.com/There_is_no_such_thing_as_the_Queens
            Sorry about the paraphrasing in the original post, the meaning is still pretty much the same.
            Do we really have to argue about this?

          • Robert Rou

            I appreciate the source. So, given that, why did you apologize on behalf of the long-dead author in your previous post?

          • moody

            you certainly sound like you have sand in your vagina.
            is it very itchy ?

          • mr.wiener

            Sarcasm.

          • Robert Rou

            Lol, mr.weiner. I do wonder why you’d bother editing and changing your own post, after I’ve already quoted it below. Don’t you think it’s a little late for that?

            I post as a guest and never change the contents of my posts. Why is that? Well it’s easy, I can’t even do it if I wanted to lol.

          • The Enlightened One

            Wow this guy is extremely annoying… I have seen some self-centered, self-righteous, obnoxious, arrogant people on this board (myself included) but this guy… wow…

          • Riddler

            Look Mr. Meat, you persistent hounding of Mr. Wiener is getting more than irritating. You aren’t even funny. What exactly is your issue? Are you some illegitimate offspring of his that you are getting all so defensive about a quote? You say you want to make a formal request to have Mr. Wiener removed? In response there will be hundreds of requests to have him stay and for you to visit a doctor. Forget doctor, I have an idea. You need to meet Eattot. She needs the…um..company and you need to lighten up.

            Eattot? Meet Mr. Meat.
            Mr. Mr. Meat? Meet your fate.

            Have fun.

            ps. you are just jealous mr. wiener, i hope you realise that it is glaringly obvious.

          • TheSOP

            Those two are meant for eachother, the offspring would be more brain damaged than that inbred decendent of Confucious who “teaches” at Qinghua.

          • moody

            please no banning of her
            i find her post rather entertaining, in a very disturbing kind of way

          • David

            Robert Rou is a SHE?

          • moody

            Ho he’s a HE
            but he does seem to have an itch
            i can only attribute it to sand in his vagina

          • Zappa Frank

            well right here right now she did again

          • Kai

            @mrwiener:disqus has tried. I’ve tried before and I’ve just dealt with this again. I don’t like that you responded to her below. I know you suspect she was making a snide comment about you and feel you need to defend yourself. It happens to me all the time. I just want to encourage you again to avoid “feeding” (responding to, arguing with) people you believe to be trolls.

      • Zappa Frank

        you really miss me if i leave you, don’t you?

        • 用开水烫我!

          are you dumb or whatever?
          i never meant to talk to you, you always jump out admit the one i insult is you, are you crazy?
          i never know you how come i insult you like this?
          fucking idiot!

          • Zappa Frank

            sorry eattot, i know you talk always about dick, but you are quite below my standard. i know this may make you angry, but i’m sure you’ll find some man (or at least something similar) with the 10yuan for an hour of pleasure.

          • Riddler

            ‘…i never know you how come i insult you like this….?

            Good question.

          • why do you always wish people death early? set yourself free my dear girl……

      • MrC

        i bet dicks hide all the time in your realm.

    • Riddler

      Hey, what the F– just happened? Why she fly at you like that man?

      • 用开水烫我!

        you even have face to reply here?
        laugh at me poor you forget?
        now die early! shameless old dog!

        • Nessquick Choco

          a bit “uncomfortable”day ?

          • Riddler

            More like itchy day. Maybe someone should pop over and scratch around.

        • Zappa Frank

          we all laugh at you if in your dementia you have not realized it yet.

        • Riddler

          sorry MODS, i just put the image in once and got 4!

    • al in china

      He was always hiding from the Japanese……..waiting for the KMT to do the work for him……a real disgrace

  • slob

    RIP

  • YourSupremeCommander

    Thats right.

    • Robert Rou

      Taking dibs on toilet stalls now? It doesn’t take much to see that the days of the unemployed capitalist truly are growing dire.

      • David

        LMAO what a troll. Your life is so distorted by blind hatred, you can not even take a moment out to have a laugh. I feel very sorry for the sad existence you have chosen to live..

        • Robert Rou

          I’d imagine this sentiment goes both ways.

          • Riddler

            You like it both ways?

        • Riddler

          It’s true. Why is it that most countries can poke fun at their leaders yet people like Mr. Meat choose to live a bleak existence devoid of any colour or laughter. Very, very sad. He must have been beaten as a child, forced to write pages and pages and pages and pages and MORE pages of writing to perfect his skills. No time to play with friends. No time to live as a child. Very rigid upbringing which tore from his soul the essence of life which is to LIVE.

          • TheSOP

            Yea he was mocking Bush for “causing” Katrina (not sure how any one man causes a hurricane, Bush musta had some badass powers I didnt know about!) earlier saying I couldnt admit that Bush was a bad president…. this is the type of braindead ideologue we are dealing with.

            I will hate Bush more than some like him ever could because of the way he screwed up my country, and I have not the slightest issue with anyone of any nationality taking the piss out of that bastard. But when the conversation turns to Mao the std infested pedophile who killed 10s of millions of Chinese, this kid’s inferiority complex comes between him and any kind of rational evaluation of Mao, especially when the western boogie man is involved. He is purely reactionary, incapable of critical thinking when anyone outside the Chinese ethnicity comes into the debate, but it is the “white man” (which is pretty much what they mean when ever they say “westerner”, they arent equiped well for nuance) that really rankles him and others of his ilk such as whatanut or whatever that other fenqings name is (who unlike Rou probably isnt even a Chinese national, I have a feeling he is American or Canadian because his grasp of Asia is shit even compared to Rou.).

            Deconstructing these fenqings is eludicating.

          • Robert Rou

            … and right on cue, TheSOP comes prancing in like its some Mickey Mouse audition. I thought it was actually nice without this doofus.

        • Well said man!

      • Washington Bullets

        I mean, if you have dibs on the toilet stall, and you’re the only one who could use it, that’d be pretty nice, right?

    • videmus

      Aw jeez single layer of brick separates you from the worst death imaginable.

      • Please, I don’t even want to think about that. Wonder how deep the shit tank would be anyway?

        • slob

          Given the size of the population and the space required to take in all that slosh, you can think about that.

          • True, not denying that, but for cleaning/maintenance purposes, it couldn’t be THAT deep could it? Now this in my home town is what you call a huge shit tank, but part of the main sewerage system, under those toilets (sic) looks more like a cesspit/septic tank by comparison:

    • 二奶头发

      Chinese “The Thinker”

      • mr.wiener

        “The Stinker”

  • Barack Obama

    http://www.stormfront.org
    KopyKatKiller AKA kalenstar
    Forum Member

    Join Date: Dec 2012

    Posts: 11

    Re: Do y’all see China as an Enemy?

    Quote:

    Originally Posted by dacite
    Any type of Asian is not compatible with European Culture. They should remain in Asia. As
    someone who has spent years living in China, I can say the opposite
    also rings true. White foreigners are simply not welcomed here anymore.
    Plenty of mob violence towards white faces by these little ch1nks who
    only see 10 on 1 as being a fair fight. Drives me nuts. You can read
    about some of the instances I’ve witnessed here:

    http://www.shanghaiexpat.com/phpbbfo…a-t141843.html

    The Chinese are not our friends, or ever
    will be. Forever insecure about their manhood they are now on the top of
    my list on people to watch out for. Afterall they’ve amassed a fortune
    that we simply can’t ignore, all from exploiting child labor laws no
    less. I can’t wait the day my assignment takes me out of this ****hole.

    • chosan

      Barack I knew it !!!with your drone strikes and “Love Killing People” with drones. you were always a Neo-nazi white mama’s boy at heart!!!!!

      • Barack Obama

        That is not me, I am calling out chinasmack member KopyKatKiller.
        And you shall address me as Mr.President from now on.

        • Germandude

          So the question now is: How did you find out? Regular visitor yourself, I assume, Mr. President?!

          • Barack Obama

            Well I am half-white, you yuppies tend to forget.

          • Riddler

            How can someone be half white? You mean like one side is white and the other side is a different colour?

        • KamikaziPilot

          Hey Barry, first off why are you calling out KopyKatKiller? I’ve hardly seen that poster here. Secondly, if you don’t stop the drone strikes I hope a suicide bomber explodes right next to you.

          • Barack Obama

            I have no control over this. I am simply following orders by my Jewish overlords from Zion, I mean Israel.

    • Kai

      I’m trying to understand the relevance of this comment. Feel free to email us to explain.

  • YourSupremeCommander

    You guys sign this?

    http://1.usa.gov/1cLkbYk

    • Elijah

      No, it’s sensationalist hate-mongering by people with no concept of sarcasm/parody that function in a super-nationalist state of mind.

  • Washington Bullets

    Here’s a great idea for a plaque

    • David

      Can we get a translation into English for those of use who can not read Chinese characters?

      • Rei Yu Tian

        “Mao Zedong took a shit here”

        I would like to add that he took multiple shits on China including;

        1. The great leap forward
        2. Red guard
        3. having sex with many women whilst having full-blown herpes.

        • Robert Rou

          Mao did not have herpes.

          • moody

            I find it disturbing that you’d know something like that

          • Robert Rou

            And why is that?

          • moody

            really ?
            you don t see why ?

          • Robert Rou

            I see a poor attempt at childish humor. that’s what i see.

          • al in china

            He was the first Chinese dog……now look at them all…..he took a respectable people to the toilet with him

          • moody

            and what i see is an obviously educated individual who fails to see that he is stating something that is wrong.
            Simply because he feels he needs to make a stand and protect somebody’s honor.
            DId Li Zhisui -Mao’s private physician- not wrote that Mao had herpes ?
            nothing wrong with it by the way, I have labial herpes and i dont feel too bad about it

          • Riddler

            ……..

          • Probotector

            It’s not gum…

          • Riddler

            I hope he spat on the wankers head.

          • Probotector

            Look at Bush’s shit eating grin, you know he did something.

          • Probotector

            You know, I had a student once called Hu Jintao. I remember I didn’t believe him, so I made him go get his ID to prove it. It turns out he wasn’t bullshitting. Now I can say I taught English to Hu Jintao… but not that one.

          • Riddler

            You should have kicked him up the arse. Then could have said you kicked hu jintaos arse also:-)

            Btw, just had a run in on the previous page. ..

          • Claude

            He contracted several STD’s. According to his doctor Li Zhisui, one was Trihomonas Vaginalis. He didn’t try to treat his infections according to his doctor, instead gave them to the young woman in his life. His doctor claims that the “young woman were proud to be infected”.”the illness transmitted by Mao, was a badge of honor, a testimony to their close relationship with Mao”. According Li Zhisui some were as young as 10-12 years of age. Remember Ms Chen was just 14 yrs.

          • Robert Rou

            Page numbers for those quotes? Not to mention the book in question is controversial and disputed, but I’m interested in hearing this out.

          • Claude

            Fair enough. The book was controversial. I’m going by memory. Memory you say? I know but “a badge of honor etc… ” really stood out. Also, he claimed that parents sent him Mao their kids but I can’t remember the details. I’ll look for it.

          • Robert Rou

            Sure. Feel free to come back to us whenever you’ve got those page numbers ready.

          • Probotector

            Why? You’ll just dismiss it as imperialist propaganda.

          • Robert Rou

            Why not? I’d imagine it’d help bolster your case of “Mao’s STDs” anyway.

          • Gordon Gogodancer

            You’re fighting the wrong enemy my friend…but it’ll pass (depending mostly on you)

          • Probotector

            First, I never mentioned anything about his STDs, but this is the point with you Chinese, you can’tr be reasoned with.

          • TheSOP

            That kid has gone off the deepend of the sanlu drinking inferiority complex fenqing pool. You could say it was cloudy and the pollution in Beijing was bad today and he’d say “oh yea, cite that and give me meteorogical proof from 3 different non-western sources”. Truth and facts are not something that carry value in the mind of an insecure, inferiority complex having ideologue.

          • Probotector

            I agree. It’s a shame though, I’d love to just get along with them.

          • Riddler

            You know one thing about mainlanders that we will all agree with? They have no shame. They are one and everyone is an alien. I have tried to build with them but we are always foreigners to them and beneath their own. The best thing i found in china? Were all the expats i have met here. Made friends of a lifetime here from all over the world but nothing related to china. Shit man, you know i have tried to work on vibing with them. Go back to the previous page. Enough is enough man. They think I have been abrasive? They haven’t seen anything yet.

          • Kai

            @8e00339b0bcb2d3648b62ff007ad64fd:disqus

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Private_Life_of_Chairman_Mao

            Enough synopsis and primary sources for everyone to have an interesting conversation about multiple things, including Mao and the validity of the hearsay presented in the final book.

          • Riddler

            Us?

          • What do the page numbers matter? Like your brethren you are simply incapable of comprehending debate and free speech. Even if the page numbers were posted you will still dispute them, so what is the point?

          • TheSOP

            You know more about Mao than his personal physician? You really are deluded.

          • Robert Rou

            “You know more about Mao than his personal physician? You really are deluded.”

            If you think that book had anything to do with his “private life”, then it is you that is deluded.

            As I’ve said, give the citations, then we talk.

          • TheSOP

            Quoted in the New York Times, I posted it here before and Rou has seen it. He is giving you the run around, becuase he assumes you are a westerner, and you are say Mao XYZ he will go into inferiority complex and denial mode… dont waste your time.

          • Claude

            Say no more.

          • Robert Rou

            “Quoted in the New York Times”

            New York Times has a time-honored tradition, but in this specific case, it is a secondary source. I’m asking for citations from your primary source.

          • Riddler

            ……

          • Probotector

            Well, the Chinese for cat is mao.

          • Riddler

            hahahahaha! So their big man was a pussy after all.

          • TheSOP

            If only infecting underage children with STD’s was the founder of the PRC’s greatest crime. Of course killing 10s of millions of Chinese (far greater numbers than the Japanese or imperialist westerners ever could) seems to win him points in your book so I don’t think your historical revisionism carries much weight anywhere out of sanlu drinking fenqing land.

          • Robert Rou

            We are still waiting for your primary source citations.

          • mr.wiener

            yes he did.

        • al in china

          Yes he did…….haha

        • David

          I suspected it was something like that but I do appreciate the help. Now I can give “Washington Bullets” an up vote in good faith.

        • Riddler

          Multiple shits…hahahaha!

        • Washington Bullets

          I mean, when all is said and done. He got a lot accomplished, even despite my map-ument. He was at the helm during the Great Leap and the Cultural Revolution, but as they say, “the road to hell is paved with good intentions” He didn’t have a Mein Kampf, nor did people select him for saying “Hey guys, Imma kill all the Chinese people.”

          Maybe perhaps we can all learn from his examples, such as a lesson in the evils of institutions, the lack of the ability to calculate economically through the market, or the problems with logistics in a developing country that tries to push so far forward that the logistics don’t catch up.

          When you go from feudalism, to warlords, to tight gripped republicanism, and then to have the Japanese invade on top of all of it, some things might get fucked up along the way in attempting to create a classless society.

          As for the strange sexual habits, anything would look better than this:

          • Rei Yu Tian

            Very well said, I was very rash when I made the comment. I believe that all leaders start with the best intentions, but like the saying goes “Nothing ever goes according to plan”. For me personally, I felt that Mao was trying to bring China into the path of an industrialized nation yet at the same time overwhelmed the society with the great leap forward with poorly calculated moves that resulted in poor steel production, low harvest rates, and starvation.

            Towards the end of his life, especially after he lost his son in Korea, I believe he became a lot less compared to his former self, thus started the cult-following of him and the red guard movement, ultimately doing more harm than good in his last years as Chairman.

            Nice to see a smart one in the bunch :)

  • A Gawd Dang Mongolian

    This is awfully similar to the North Korean monuments to the Kim family
    “Kim Jong Il visited this place 1,387 times”
    “Kim Jong Un stood here”

    The only difference is that the Chinese plaques is…actually no, I don’t see a difference.

    • Gongsun

      They do same thing to emperors in Japan.

      • Boris

        Pics or GTFO!

        • Kai

          They do the same thing in America. Like so-and-so president slept in this room or dined at this restaurant. It’s more a reflection of the people who put such things up than a statement of the overall country or society. Most of it is harmless fun, celebrating a bit of celebrity. Often it is a bit of opportunism. Sometimes it is shameless ass-kissing, the best example above being the tree planting one.

          • Riddler

            That is true. Same in the UK.

  • Stefan Xu

    Are they gonna put up signs were these leades have taken shits?

    Like “Where Hu Jintao once took a shit”

    • Riddler

      In that case they would have to erect plaques on the heads of every citizen in china….

    • TheSOP

      That may be your first ration comment?! There is hope for you yet, once you stop claiming Mongolia to Thailand.

  • Claude

    Mao Zedong diddled a child here.

    • Robert Rou

      Fuck you.

      • Nessquick Choco

        F@ck a pinguin in the ear, m’kay ?

      • Claude

        Denial isn’t a river in Africa.

        • Probotector

          lol

      • Riddler

        Erudite, thoughtful, inspiring comment.

      • Guest

        Erudite, inspiring, well thought out comment.

      • Riddler

        ..

      • TheSOP

        Is that how you say inferiority complex in Chinese?

        • donscarletti

          自卑感, Zi Bei Gan

          • mr.wiener

            Thank you , the don.

      • Riddler

        When you meet Eattot….

    • TheSOP

      You mean “Here our Great Pedophile Helmsman infected a prepubecent child with STDs”… if only that was his worst crime. Of course you’ll have brainwashed knownothing like Rou coming out of the woodwork to defend the Pedo-Helmsman because they are so reactionary that they must attack any and every percieved slight to China, no matter if it is rooted in truth (or perhaps those are the slights that cut the deepest).

    • those blue tiles look awful, no taste in interior decoration, looks like a clinic back in the swinging sixties.

      • Riddler

        It was.

  • DavidisDawei

    Wow, that’s one of the fattest Chinese guys I’ve ever seen (photo #2).

    • KAMIKAZIPILOT

      Haha yeah, but in America and probably some other Western countries I’ve seen Chinese guys that size and even bigger. I know genetics play a role in CHinese generally being slim but diet has got to be a major factor too. I predict more fatties in China in the future. Look how small his arms are compared to his body, meaning that he’s really overweight for his frame. I wonder if he’s related to Mao?

      • David

        Isn’t that Mao’s grandson? Given a generalship (unearned and undeserved) basically to honor Mao.

        • KamikaziPilot

          I remember an article about him and was wondering the same thing. Or does China have a bunch of fat bastards in the military?

          • moody

            They do, whole units of those guys
            they parachut on higher ground then roll downhill
            very efficient

          • KamikaziPilot

            Haha, yeah that would be efficient. As a bonus they’d also be able to take out a whole platoon of enemy soldiers if the enemy was at the bottom of the hill. They’d be human bowling balls.

          • Riddler

            LMAO AHAHAHAH!

        • Guest23

          Yup, thought I recognize him for a second there, when the article went up, then on the related posts his face popped up, funky stories on the allegation of nepotism on his family and some crazy family autobiographies that namely says that Mao was perfect and a god among men.

        • Riddler

          I’d love to see a scrap between him and Prince Harry…

  • MrC

    Lot of fatties in China now, starting to look like America.

    • KamikaziPilot

      Uh well not really, have you seen some of the walking whales we have here in America? The ground shakes when they walk. Chinese are still stick thin when compared to Americans.

      • MrC

        no, I’m seeing kids bigger then sumo . A lot of men well over 20 stone.

        Even more disgusting girls wobbling when they walk.

        government needs to step in, if they dont nip it in the bud China will sink or the world will get thrown off its axis

        • Teacher in China

          Seeing a lot more fat kids that for sure. Too many grandparents happily shoveling tubs of KFC into their mouths…

          • Kai

            But dude, 40.50 RMB for a family bucket! A FUCKING STEAL!

          • Riddler

            Used to pay 30-ish for a family bucket in Beijing but 40 is still a steal.

          • Kai

            How long ago was that or was it a special?

            I like how it’s promoted as the family bucket meal deal being “half off” for a limited time (2 weeks) but it’s actually a sly way of increasing the price on the family bucket.

            The original was like 76 or 78 RMB I think and the new one is 91 RMB now (thus 40.50 at “half off”). Granted, the content of package has changed so it’s technically a new product that can have a new price but I’m always amused by these little clever marketing tricks to distract from what is ultimately a price increase for a product that is packaged and marketed for the same consumer.

          • Riddler

            Was quite a while back and special. In Beijing, Wang Jing area, next to the Walmart. Don’t know WHAT they were doing but that place had the best kfc ever.

            I can’t recall how many pieces in that bucket but it was a good buy.

            And yes, as to your points on marketing tricks, it baffles me as to how far and how detailed the whole marketing process is. Now I’m trying to make my own fried chicken.

          • That’s what I wonder too.

          • Teacher in China

            Kai, the fact that you know that price down to the 0.5 says a lot about you ;)

          • Kai

            What can I say? The Colonel and I go way back! ;)

            Seriously though, it’s because the deal is going on right now and I had bought it. Plus, the number is memorable not jus because its advertised but because it’s key to realizing how it’s actually just a promotion meant to blunt an actual price increase.

          • mr.wiener

            Their toilets are fantastic.

          • Is it still 40.5 rmb for a bucket? Thought it was more than that by now?

          • Kai

            http://www.kfc.com.cn/kfccda/index.aspx

            Says its on until the 10th.

            THREE MORE DAYS OF THE COLONELS SECRET RECIPE! GET IT WHILE ITS HOT!

          • mr.wiener

            Do you get Ji pai in the mainland? That is the shit, forget KFC.

          • Riddler

            Nando’s.

          • mr.wiener

            oh god yes, the peri peri sauce!!

          • Riddler

            Ok stop that man. Its not like we got nandos here that we can start antagonising each other with the details…..

            Sigh…lemon and herb, extra hot….aaaaarhgghhh. Why the F did i even mention nandos!?

          • Kai

            A piece of battered and fried chicken? Yeah, we have those in China. I had them in Taiwan before as well. Good stuff. Have you tried the ones where it’s like two pieces sandwiching cheese? Oh man…

          • mr.wiener

            Ji pai: a whole chicken breast, de-boned and dredged in sweet potato flour, then in beaten egg and finally bread crumbs before deep frying. If you can find a good ji pai eating one is like angels fornicating on your taste buds.
            nom nom nom.

          • fill our boots, thank you my good man!!!

        • KamikaziPilot

          You made me look up stone to lbs conversion on the internet and what I found is that 20 stone = 280 lbs. Are you serious? How often do you see these heavyweights? It can’t be everyday right? If the world gets thrown off it’s axis that might be sort of fun.

          • MrC

            Every day,to the point I stopped taking the piss out of them.

            I live in a affluent city in Guangdong, not many migrants (who are always skinny).

            Quite a few guys are over 6ft and 20+ stone. kids are sumo’s.
            Also a ,lot of guys built like brick sht houses I wouldn’t mess with. Body builders by the look of them.

            The local rowing team from a college look like they on steroids, giants they are. Boys and the girls.
            my gf 170cm and there a lot like her here.

            I guess money and plenty of food is the reason.
            not every where in China is a pikey town.

            .

        • I quite like that the girls are putting on weight, everyone needs a bosom for a pillow after all….

  • al in china

    Kinda gives us a place to vandalize

  • Angie Mac

    So Mao Zedong used to hide behind that fat guy?

    • KamikaziPilot

      I think that fat guy ATE Mao Zedong. I mean he’s just huge. Looks like he could be having twins. I’d hate to be around him when he passes gas. But seriously, as another poster mentioned that might be Mao’s grandson but not sure.

      • Kai

        Yeah, it’s Mao’s grandson. There’s a link to the reference to him in the translated comments.

      • Riddler

        FFS man i was eating lunch when i read your comment!

    • David

      I am pretty sure the fat guy is Mao’s grandson. From what I understand he was made a general (basically out of respect for grampa).

  • Claude

    The Private Life of Chairman Mao is up on Google Books. I can’t drag and drop addresses on cS, why is that? I can drag pics obviously.

    • Germandude

      Type in “The Private Life of Chairman Mao PDF download” into google and a bunch of free download sites will pop up.
      Choose by yourself, which sources are trustworthy. Can’t give any recommendation because I downloaded it quite some time ago but forgot from which page.
      Didn’t finish reading the book either…

      PS: And don’t mind copyright issues here. After all, we’re talking communism…

      • Guest23

        Several versions of it if I remember correctly, there’s apparently a CCP-friendly version which is kinda weird because this book is quite critical of Mao.

        • Germandude

          That could very well be the case. Honestly, I didn’t really think about that. I was searching for that book, based on the picture that I saw of it when checking online. I am pretty sure that there are different interpretations of the book that are hard to be recognized.

          • Guest23

            Think it was published in Hong Kong at the time when they didn’t do the handover yet, still surprised, don’t know if it’s still published today.

          • David
          • Guest23

            Yeah I know about google books and amazon, was referring to the other versions, they kinda re-translated the english version back to chinese with modifications, think the english translator wasn’t so happy at it.

          • David

            I read about 20 pages of the free preview on Amazon and the version they had read well.

          • Guest23

            Interesting, this book is still banned though, don’t know why they made a CCP-friendly edition, it was a article years ago, don’t know if I can find it, but it’s pretty interesting on censorship and revisionism.

          • David

            I would love to get a free edition in Chinese for my Chinese friends.

          • Guest23

            Think the english version is available though, try Germandude’s suggestion and just download it, if your friends don’t know english, you could try and give them tidbits of it, be careful though, some people can’t take criticism of China’s face (Mao)

          • David

            The copy on Amazon was translated by Tai Hung-Chao.

        • Claude

          I read an “illegal” copy in China.

          • Guest23

            Read an article about CCP-revised editions of media that is critical on the Communist Party, they actually have a lot of funding to give to certain independent parties to defend or criticise anything that goes against the official story, think I read it as part of that list, it was a long time ago.

      • Claude

        It’s been years but I thought it was kind of a fun read. Mostly because he led such a sick and twisted existence not to mention that era in Chinese history was just so warped. I’m scanning it again while watching Colbert and checking CS.

        Why can’t I cut and paste/drag and drop internet addresses into the CS post window? The window rejects them.

        • Guest23

          Yeah, don’t know if a lot of things written there are true, but finally found that article I was looking for http://factsanddetails.com/china/cat2/sub6/item71.html
          one thing for sure, powerful people are promiscuous.

        • Kai

          You should be able to, as evidenced by so many comments with internet addresses in them. Try highlighting, copying, and pasting the URLs into the edit box, not dragging them into the edit box. That just assumes you’re trying to upload an image, not copy and paste a text URL.

    • Robert Rou

      Over 24 hours, and still no citations. I wonder why!!

  • TheSOP

    Well the above comments by Chinese netizens give one hope for future of China. Destroy Maoist cultism, and flush the Party down with it. Predictably enough you’ll find reationary sanlu drinkers such as Rou et al defending Maoism from any Western critique, a real demostration of the insecurities and infreriority complex that cripples the minds of many fenqing in China today.

  • Ralphrepo

    This is nothing new; “Washington slept here” and or “Kilroy was here” too. Vanity, and or ‘gilt’ (as it were) by however tenuous an association, in order to drum up tourism through historic relevance is an age old tactic for obscure irrelevant localities. There are literally thousands of places around the world that do this.

  • death_by_ivory

    All I see is so much opportunity for Photoshop.

  • Chinastar

    STOP. Faux social and economic stability is not worth giving up your freedom. Those who would sacrifice liberty for security, deserve neither. China is overrun with prison camps and its autocratic corrupt government (that would fall in an hour if the population of China got together and forced change) stifles speech, freedom of movement, democracy, protest, and usurps human rights. Life is cheap in China because your government views you as cheap and a number out of 1.4B. Do not stand for it. Demand change. Demand a second party. Destroy and throw the communist party members out of China. Seize back what is yours: CHINA. If you just sit there like little angry sheep, you deserve everything you get. Rise up and undo communism. You can do it anytime you want. Your life has no value in China so do not fear losing it. Fear not making China free and giving your children a better life.

  • Chris Hansen

    Hiding spot for Mao’s grandson? There’s no where for him to hide

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