Chinese Woman Kicks Guard in Groin, Police Turn a Blind Eye

The surveillance footage.

From Phoenix Online:

Audi Woman Prevented from Parking Viciously Kicks Guard in Crotch, Police Car Driving By Turns A Blind Eye

On the morning of September 6, after an Audi car with license plate number “A·59***” entered the Gansu Province People’s Hospital, it attempted to park in the dedicated emergency entrance/lane [for ambulances], but this was stopped by the hospital security guard. Afterwards, the security guard kindly found a parking spot for the Audi, but the car’s female driver not only didn’t appreciate it, she instead called two men to the scene to beat up the guard. During this time, the woman continuously kicked at the guard’s lower body, causing injuries to the guard’s genitals, who is currently receiving medical treatment in the hospital.

Middle-aged woman loses temper, fiercely kicks guard in his genitals

At about 10am in the morning that day, when reporters of this article arrived at the hospital, the perpetrating woman had already left the scene. The guard who was beaten was still moaning on the ground, while behind him was the Audi car with license plate number “A·59***” driven by the female attacker. When talking about the scene that had just happened, a witness said: ”Talk about going too far!” This witness told the reporters of this article that, at about 9:40am, while passing by the emergency entrance of Gansu Province People’s Hospital, he saw a middle-aged woman was attacking a security guard, during which the security guard only continuously pushed the woman away with his two hands for the sake of his own safety, to prevent the woman from kicking him. At that moment, two men run out from nearby, whereby the two and the woman surrounded the guard in the middle as the woman fiercely slammed her knee into the guard’s crotch, with the guard falling to the ground.

From the hospital’s surveillance footage, reporters of this article saw that after the guard dropped to the ground, the woman didn’t stop but rather rushed forward and again fiercely kicked the guard in his genitals with the high heeled shoes she was wearing. The guard curled up on the ground and rolled around in unbearable pain. At that moment, two other hospital security guards rushed to the scene to stop the fight but the female assailant kicked the guard on the ground one more time while the [just arrived] guards weren’t looking. The surveillance video shows that throughout the entire incident, the woman kneed the guard in the genitals twice, kicked him in the genitals and legs in her high-heeled shoes 3 times each. During this time, the other two men continuously prevented the other two guards from stopping the fight.

Police car turned and left, could they not have seen it?

From the surveillance footage, reporters of this article noticed that while the woman was beating up the guard, a police car marked with “公安” [Chinese for “public security”, often synonymous with “police”] approached the scene, paused briefly then, drove around the female attacker, and then drove off.

According to hospital security guard Mr. Zhang, when the police car passed by, because this woman was in the process of beating the security guard, some onlookers standing in the middle of the road had blocked the way, preventing the police car from passing through. Seeing that a police car had come by, one of the guards yelled: ”Police, someone’s attacking another person!” But to everyone’s surprise, not only did the police car not stop and stop the woman’s violence, it instead drove off leaving the hospital after the crowd had cleared a way. Due to the angle of the hospital’s surveillance camera, reporters of this article couldn’t see the police car’s license plate number from the surveillance video. But many witness expressed an inability to accept the police car encountering this kind of thing and then pretending to have not seen anything.

[…]

Afterward, through the license plate number of the car the woman was driving, reporters of this article found out that this Audi is a privately-owned car, the owner is surnamed Wei, and lives in Chengguan District Nanhetan. According to hospital diagnosis, the genitals of the beaten guard are still bruised and as for whether there will be lasting damage remains to be seen after further observation and treatment. At present, police have already gotten involved in investigating the matter.

Comments from Phoenix Online:

凤凰网河南省商丘市网友 凤凰网友:

The bitch thinks she has some dirty money and can rely on power to bully others, her husband must be a corrupt official. This must be thoroughly investigated. What makes this so terrible is in the police turning a blind eye to it.

凤凰网河南省郑州市网友 凤凰网友:

This woman is too arrogant, and the police that passed by must be punished. Talk about dereliction of duty.

凤凰网吉林省白山市网友 长白居士3:

The perpetrator should be punished according to the law; the police officers who neglected their duty should be expelled from both the Party and their jobs!

凤凰网北京市网友 手机用户:

The woman beating the man, intentionally kicking the man in the groin, a woman like this must have mental problems. Otherwise, it’s because her own man’s junk is unable to satisfy her, and this was some sublimated way of satisfying herself… a bit sick/perverse.

凤凰网江西省上饶市网友 jbc8201:

The police here failed to do their duty and were derelict in their duty, so should be punished.

凤凰网中国网友 手机用户:

First find this violent woman, then find the police officers who passed by and didn’t do anything about it.

凤凰网中国网友 手机用户:

The time has indeed come to rectify/straighten out the police.

凤凰网北京市网友 手机用户:

This is precisely the current situation of China, the social positions of of the rich and powerful versus the poor and powerless. Nowadays, everyone should carry a knife on themselves. At worst, it’ll be one life for another. If something is going to happen, then make sure it is to the death. If not, it’ll be you yourself who gets screwed.

凤凰网北京市网友 手机用户:

This kind of woman should be left to Li X and his little fellas.

凤凰网北京市网友 手机用户:

So which high official’s mistress is she? [That she would be] so niu.

Comments from Sohu:

老外行先生 [搜狐北京市网友]:

If the guard’s genitals are damaged by the kicking, the Audi woman must be held responsible for fixing them, and after fixing them, she must test to see if they function normally. 大笑

陈晨88888 [搜狐天津市网友]:

Cunt, you’ve once again sold out your husband. Don’t investigate who this woman is, investigate who this woman’s husband is.

gyzlsd888 [搜狐吉林省吉林市网友]:

I propose that this woman be investigated. [For her to be] this savage, she must have a background [connections]!

哥哥的回忆 [搜狐广东省深圳市网友]:

If I were him, I’d kill this woman even if it meant losing my job as a security guard. It’s only an Audi, what’s so impressive about that? Today’s society requires responding to violence with violence, where killing one is breaking even and killing two is earning one in return.

梦想 [搜狐浙江省杭州市网友]:

Well done, middle-aged Audi woman, many security guards simply deserve to be kicked! They always think being a security guard means they bully others when actually they’re merely watchdogs for their bosses!

世界最高峰,地球的肺 [搜狐江苏省南京市网友]: (responding to above)

You stupid cunt, are you the product of the woman having coitus with a dog? You look like a human but act like a dog?

不说白不说了也白说 [搜狐黑龙江省哈尔滨市网友]:

Why was the police car at the hospital? Working a case or seeing a doctor? Obviously, it’s was personal use of a government vehicle. Now you know why the Three Public Consumptions is 2 trillion yuan, right?!

微博雪山飞狐的微博的微博 [搜狐山西省临汾市网友]:

Either the one who beds her is niubi or the one who beds her mother is niubi.

止于至善553436 [搜狐河北省张家口市网友]:

Sue her in court, for the crime of intentional injury. The police officers who turned a blind eye to it was in dereliction of duty, and can be sued as secondary defendants. The [police car’s] license plate number can be found out by obtaining the surveillance footage from various intersections.

悲欢自饮52981023 [搜狐上海市网友]:

Investigate this woman’s background [connections], and who knows, maybe a mass of unexpected things will be discovered. If [she is related to] evil forces in society [criminal elements], then the public security bureau will deal with it in accordance with the law. If [she is with] the evil forces of government officials, then it must be ferreted out.

From Sina Video:

Audi Woman Viciously Kicking Security Guard in Crotch Ignored by Police: Not Afraid of Anyone

September 6, the incident of Gansu province People’s Hospital security guard Mr. Chen being violently beaten by a woman whom he had stopped from parking her car in the emergency lane/entrance has attracted widespread attention from all walks of society following this paper’s report with various major websites one after another reprinting this paper’s report. Many netizens are condemning the woman’s savage act while simultaneously being furious at the people in the police car who at the time witnessed the savagery but turned a blind eye to it.

On the afternoon of the 7th, this reporter learned that one day later, the woman unbelievably found the property management company that Mr. Chen belong to and claimed that she would sue the property management company and that they should “be careful”.

The above video has been viewed nearly 1m times (at time of translation) on Sina Video since it was uploaded earlier this afternoon.

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  • Refractions_of_Error

    SOFA!

  • Refractions_of_Error

    ..’During this time, the woman continuously kicked at the guard’s lower body, causing injuries to the guard’s genitals’

    So she calmly kicked away at his balls while waiting around for her henchmen to arrive?

  • slob

    Policemen have the best jobs in China. They get to watch real life action films.

    • A Gawd Dang Mongolian

      More like comedy films. You almost never see nutshots in action flicks.

    • Alphy

      Well they even get away from watching a murder take place, what do you think they will do when witnessing a security guard getting beat up by someone who looks important.

  • Refractions_of_Error

    Stabbings and all..

  • Refractions_of_Error

    Apparently it was Meng Ge driving the Audi. They called the cops. This is what then wound up like.

    • takasar1

      slightly better…

      • Refractions_of_Error

        …than?

    • moldavidian

      Angry Chinese… always violently pointing. What’s up with that? It just looks ridiculous.

      • Germandude

        “What’s up with that?”

        “Respect my authoritah!!!”

        • Germandude

          ..

        • maja

          or “what the hell are you taking a picture of ?!?”

      • The Enlightened One

        They usually shout “ni” or “you!” alot too.

        It’s hilarious, like in their stupid soap operas… when a retard character doesn’t know what to say and is angry… they will just continiously point and shout “you…. you… you…. YOU!… and then maybe something after.”

        It reminds me of angry cavepeople lol… sorry but it does.

        • Refractions_of_Error

          Yes the shouting. I had to ask someone recently if they would mind lowering their voice to a piercing shriek..

          • Jeffrey Jones

            Oddly enough, there is one of those supermarket promotions outside that is mostly consisting of someone shouting throught a microphone and pumped up speakers, along with LOUD music! Anyone know how to say ear phones in chinese?

          • Refractions_of_Error

            What right now? I dare you to yell ‘FREE iPHONE’

            Then leg it. You will have the hordes after you.

          • Jeffrey Jones

            hehe, the thing is what is it with LOUD music and shouting? Never known it anywhere else in the world?

          • Refractions_of_Error

            Ok not supposed to be doing this but, go to the watermelon story and LOOK at a certain comment (NOT a reply I might add) left by a certain person. It was SO tempting to…but anyway i replied with a bland concilliatory comment.

        • moldavidian

          Perhaps they’re so angry, they don’t know what else to say or do. Fortunately, they don’t carry guns or shit might get uglier.

      • Refractions_of_Error

        They think their fingers have bullets in them.

    • mr.wiener

      “The train is coming!”
      [competition for best caption]

    • The Enlightened One

      Haha… it looks like they were caught in some rough gay police loving!

      • Refractions_of_Error

        So THAT’S where Jin has been all this time..

    • Mighty曹

      That’s the most dead-centered finger pointing I’ve ever seen!

      • Scream_Writer

        3D! Comin’ at Ya!

        • Mighty曹

          My eye got poked.

          • loki

            that’s what she said…

  • sddsfgsgfsd

    the guard should man up and bitch slap that woman.

    • Refractions_of_Error

      He doesn’t have the balls…

      • Silntthnkr

        Well, certainly not any more he doesn’t. Ouch!

        • Refractions_of_Error

          That was implicitly implied:-)

      • DavidisDawei

        Is it that simple? Does he really not have the courage to stand up for himself?

        • Refractions_of_Error

          No

    • good Samaritan

      He would get into more trouble by doing something more, corrupt officials…….

  • King

    shithole of a country

    • Refractions_of_Error

      Not so sure-that is a little strong. China is in fact still a very beautiful country, if you get out of the cities that is. I do see your point that people can eventually turn a place into a shithole. But there is always hope. No?

      • loki

        my “hope” was lost today when I saw a man hold his sons legs in the air while his son dropped a load of crap 3 feet from the entrance of the rest room I just walked out of.. (yes it was a clean bathroom, and yes lots of empty stalls) I couldn’t help it .. I tapped the guy on the shoulder and asked in Chinese “what are you doing? The bathroom is right behind you…” he just smiled and said “thank you”

        • Refractions_of_Error

          Have you just arrived in China? You will see lots of shit going on…

          • Repatriated

            The good news is that the weather will start cooling off and the lunacy levels go down just a little.

          • Refractions_of_Error

            Down to asylum level then? What a relief…

        • Guy Fawkes

          Sad, his attitude will have a negative impact on his child’s future.

          • Refractions_of_Error

            Sigh…a shit future..

        • d

          hahaha thats hilarious, so China.
          Yeah most of the time you become compliant, & end up thinking… i hope these people don’t come to my country.. but when it’s like this you have to say something.
          lol and him saying “thank you” too … great

      • DavidisDawei

        You are so right….
        Eventually, I hope to build my own (completely self sufficient) ranch in the countryside of the middle kingdom I can retreat to when I’m not traveling.

    • parvizr

      Go fuck yourself

  • donnachadh

    In other news: Chinese officials repeatedly kick Chinese people in groin; police arrest Chinese people for screaming.

    • Ronald Cummings

      A women in china recently killed a man by squeezing his testicles.. over a parking spot as well.

  • Zappa Frank

    not just police also other people around didn’t care. We’ve seen already serveral examples here and in real life but i always remain astonished by the chinese indifference for other humans.

  • OR PICK A NAME

    The news host is hot.

  • BigBaddWolf

    So the rich keep doing what they want to the poor – how is this a surprise to anyone?

  • moldavidian

    I strongly recommend smashing car windows or at least breaking off a mirror anytime a driver is illegally parked or acts like a spoiled bitch.

    • Alphy

      I’ve placed a parking ticket on a illegally parked car the other day (took it from another car). The car just happen to be a police car.

      • Eurotrash

        LOL! Medal for you.

      • Refractions_of_Error

        And you haven’t been deported yet?! :-)

      • Guy Fawkes

        Oh no, you have ruined the life of the original owner of the parking ticket! Unless it is from an Audi…

      • moldavidian

        Shrewd. Sometimes, i wish i had one of those parking ticket books so i could just tag every car i see blocking the sidewalk, forcing people to walk in the streets. The cops don’t do shit about it so someone needs to.

    • Probotector

      A guy once just missed running me down once. I responded by opening his back door as he passed me. That pissed him off.

      • moldavidian

        Nice. I’ll keep that in mind if i miss the mirror. What did he do after that? I once came across some trashy family who had parked by the sea here in Qingdao. The driver was asleep with the windows down so i tossed their trash back into the car. Makes me sick how some Chinese treat their own country and environment.

        • Probotector

          He got out to close the door. He didn’t pursue me.

  • narsfweasels

    I suppose at least this guy was right next to the hospital. That’s small comfort.

    • Refractions_of_Error

      For who? :-)

    • TJDubs

      Right, but he doesn’t have enough guanxi to skip the queue and see a doc before his balls expire.

  • Cauffiel

    No accountability.

  • Germandude

    What happened to “Better city, betterl life” and “Harmonious society” and all that other nonsense propaganda? I thought this campaign to bring better results, considering the banners were inevitable.

    • DavidisDawei

      Isn’t it all about “Money/Wealth” now?

      • Refractions_of_Error

        ‘Isn’t it all about “Money/Wealth” now?’

        Now?

        • DavidisDawei

          I have only been going to China since 2007. I still have a lot to learn about China and its people, but Most of the Chinese I have met seem very willing to sacrifice almost anything for the chance to earn more money. They break up their families, live in awful conditions thousand of miles from where they would rather be just to chase a “dream”. They don’t stop to question the herd mentality…they run over anything in their way at these “opportunities”.

          It reminds me of the family in the USA that has the housewife go back to work for an extra $X, but it requires putting their kids in daycare and after all of the expenses associated with this decision, they net $X-Y to have someone else raise their kids and destroy their family unit. The destruction of the family is one major variable in the decay of the American Society. Maybe having less “stuff” would be a better choice.

      • Germandude

        “First comes a full stomach, then comes ethics.” Bertolt Brecht

  • Alphy

    I’ve been thinking of making an App that allows you to snap picture of license plates of A-holes like above. You can then share those and track with others online, and with the amount of human-flesh search capability in China, I am sure they will get their due harassment/punishment.

    I see crazy people who just stop and park wherever the heck they want all the time in China. I don’t even know why I choose to suffer this craziness by driving here. Every time I go and try to reason with them, I am shock at the ignorance. Most people are just complacent to rule breaking, and when you stand up to them they are baffle by why you bother.

    • Nick in Beijing

      That is totally true. I was giving a friend of mine (Chinese girl) a ride to her apartment from her school last Thursday. We came to an intersection where we had the red light. She was so utterly baffled why I was stopping for a stop light that she even began to get upset that I was making her wait at the intersection.I tried reasoning with her telling her it was dangerous and illegal to drive through a red but she just wouldn’t have it.

    • Refractions_of_Error

      ‘…they are baffleD by why you bother…’

      Me too.

  • The Enlightened One

    A women that fancies herself a goddess.

    This kind of stuff happens when you got a country full of people that believe they are all better or more special, simply because they have money.

    You simply can’t buy class.

    • Jeffrey Jones

      Nouveau riche. Once a farmer, always a farmer.

      • little eskimo

        China is like, “Animal Farm,” but the pigs drive Audis.

        • Refractions_of_Error

          In China, the difference between a hedgehog and an Audi? With the Audis the pricks are on the inside..

      • wafflestomp

        Second third fourth generation rich are also stuck up assholes to. Not everyone is newly rich.

      • “Nothing wrong with being a farmer”, I type from my phone as I take a break from fixing my DIY’d rudimentary irrigation system (and old hose with tiny holes in it) that I accidentally got all up in the weed eater blades.

        • mr.wiener

          Ged orf moi laaarnd!

          • dang kids done trampled all over my durn turnips
            dag nabbit

    • Refractions_of_Error

      They may have a lot of money yet they will never be rich.

  • TwiggyRamirez

    …only in china

  • Claude

    “Don’t try to teach a pig to sing. it wastes your time and annoys the pig”
    Mark Twain

  • Claude

    You can’t put lipstick on a pig. You can’t make a silk purse from a sows ear and you can’t polish a turd are expressions that come to mind in this situation.

  • David S.

    Back home in Europe, I used to worry for the unfortunate people who crossed the path of a bouncer/security guy in full swing. They are clearly designed to stop things from happening.

    In China it’s the other way around, you can’t help worrying that the security employees may cross the path of people acting silly. I guess the pay is better in the chengguans.

  • 二奶头发

    hmm..

    • Middle_Kingdum

      Hmm what?

    • markus peg

      Yoda is fluent in Chinglish.

  • mr.wiener

    Well at least they didn’t post any pictures of the guard’s bruised testicles.

    Is it just me , or does anyone else see the beginning of the swell of a class war tsunami that will sweep across China?
    Perhaps in a generation.
    In the West rich people are a little more cautious in flaunting their arrogance.

    • Jahar

      Aristocracy is back. The lords and ladies are above the law. that is just for peasants. The common people act as if they hate it, but what they really hate is that they aren’t a part of it. But I do think that once they get a taste for blood, heads will roll.

      • Refractions_of_Error

        ‘Aristocracy is back’

        …back?

      • Boris

        I’m not sure the peasantry will unite to be a formidable enough force. Yesterday I saw 3 incidents in an hour: man threatening woman for not paying the mandatory 5 mao for parking her e-bike outside McDonald’s, 3 guys taking off their shirts (one guy took off his belt, then struggled to hold his trousers up) screaming at some adversary (possibly imaginary) who was out of my line of vision, a woman in an SUV who had scraped against a cyclist pinned against her auto by said irate harridan. Then the clincher -I came across an old bald guy in army fatigues and those 5 yuan green shoes, obviously just been knocked down by a car, blood pissing out his mouth. No-one would stop for him. Shed loads of people (all peasanty-types) just walked by, some glaring and muttering ‘Ai-yo!’. I had to force a lady to take my phone and call for an ambulance. Unfortunately I don’t see these people looking out for each other at all.

        • Refractions_of_Error

          Boris you should not have done that man. You would just get blamed for whatever happened to the old codger. Seriously. Just keep walking bro. I agree with the rest of what you have said. Mainland will simply eat itself. It always has, and always will do. It seems Japan is gearing up to refresh some memories.

          • Jeffrey Jones

            I agree.If he had an old hag of a wife, and they got his number, they would somehow try and screw you for inflated hospital fees. It is sad but true. I gave up caring after I got rounded on for helping a homeless man once. As long as there is the culture of bully the meek and be afraid of bigger bullies nothing will change. Everyone looks out for them and theirs and noone else.

          • Boris

            Helping people out is the only thing that drags me out of the cynicism I’ve been afflicted with of late. …Well, that and vigorous masturbation.

          • mr.wiener

            Just so long as you don’t do both of these things at the same time.

          • Refractions_of_Error

            There should be a scoring of maybe 5 instead of upvotes. Still lmao….

        • connie

          What you described is normal everyday shit.

          Why do you think rich Chinese want to get the hell out of here?
          老外 (ole timers) are right behind them.

          The longer you live among the Chinese, the saying “familiarity breeds contempt” becomes so true.

          • Boris

            ‘Familiarity breeds contempt’ -unfortunately I’ve been sliding in this direction in China for a while now. I’m trying to find ways to make myself comfortable and retain a relative degree of insanity, but I’ll probably give up and head off to Japan or Korea in the not too distant future. Shame -there are some things I’ll really miss here.

          • Whoo

            Hahaha, “he” speaks about familiarity, yet posts this from the comfort of his own American basement.

            There’s at most 50,000 Chinese that can be considered Chinese nationals living in America, even fewer that are “rich”.

            While there’s about 6 million White “maggots” living in China. Getting the hell out is good news. If only for the Chinese.

          • hess

            6 million? where the fuck did you get those numbers? there was 593,832 foreigners living in China 2011, and south koreans being the biggest group. You’re telling me that in just 2 years 6 million white people has immigrated to China?

    • Nick in Beijing

      Lots of talk of exactly that in the parts I frequent. Scary really. More than a few friends who have been in China long term (since the 90’s) are seriously considering abandoning what they have put together here, or at least keeping an open ticket back home.

      • Jeffrey Jones

        Thanks for the feedback. It does seem to be more on the cards for a lot.

        • Nick in Beijing

          Sure does. Not to mention the new visa policies just out. Seems to me that there are a lot of changes under way that are not necessarily for the good of anyone, not even the government in their short sighted arrogance.

          • Jeffrey Jones

            True, loads of advertisements for english teachers wanted on sites like eslteachersboard, but the reality is as you have just stated. Shooting in the foot….

          • Refractions_of_Error

            Well it certainly seems to be the case. Let them go it alone for a decade. See where it gets them. A LOT of foreign manufacturers are relocating also. Indonesia, Vietnam and other regional countries seem to be a better choice anyway. Let mainland, in its arrogance, go it alone and watch what happens. Seriously.

          • DavidisDawei

            A colleague made the decision to sell his restaurants and factories in China about 7 years ago. He told me the ROI was much better in property.

            They then decided to do what many foreigners are doing now and have been doing for a while.

            I forget the exact details of this program, but in essence, you agree to start a business in the USA with a minimum cash requirement and agree to employ a minimum amount of people for a minimum period of time. If you do all this, then you are able to enter the USA, work here, live here.

            They have been selling assets in China and are now buying prime real estate in the USA. This guy is quite shrewd, he does not make many financial mistakes (none that I have seen)

          • Boris

            Nick, can you give us details on the new policies?

      • DavidisDawei

        Nick in BJ,
        Where are the parts you frequent? Beijing or some other place(s)? If someone has been in China that long, are they able to go back home (emotionally, financially, etc)?

        It is an overwhelming thought to acknowledge everything you have accumulated and/or built could be nationalized and/or taken away (or taxed heavily) by a givernment. Unfortunately, this threat is everywhere today.

        The G20 summit held recently had these countries giving serious discussion about this. They know what is coming. They are trying to make it difficult for anyone to run and hide…close those loop holes now, so when they make their pronouncements, the sheeple will have no options except to comply.

        • Jeffrey Jones

          If someone has been in China that long, are they able to go back home (emotionally, financially, etc)?

          That is indeed a pertinent question. Despite all the stuff I was hearing about you can just pick up where you left off in the UK it is simply not that easy. I was told 3 months I must stay at one address before I could even look for work through the local jobcentre or be eligible for welfare. That is before mentioning that no landlords will rent to you without 6 months rent up front as a deposit or a guarantor, and that you will be hammered paying up your NI contributions and your credit rating will be shot to shit. Don’t know how it works in Australia or the USA or Canada, but I know an america guy who was homeless and living in his uncles basement after leaving hangzhou with not a pot to piss in (his chinese ex gf received all his meagre possessions in lieu of the debt he owed her!). Worth thinking about indeed.

          • Refractions_of_Error

            No not at all. UK is UK. We are from there and I have just visited recently and you can get back on track within a few days. Renting is as it was. Work is as it was. Read my other posts regarding alternative locations. Melbourne is WONDERFUL.

          • mr.wiener

            It is, but as a Melbourne boy [Mornington actually] I will probably never move back. I like Taipei too much.

          • Refractions_of_Error

            You from Melbourne? Great place man, unfortunately I didn’t get much time to look around-it was a brief stop in Victoria. But I hear you. Going back to where we were raised is a whole new topic. I like Taipei too. I imagine even Congo would have some appeal after a stint in mainland.

    • Refractions_of_Error

      There may well be substance in that thought. It is as Nick said, a very scary thought but, rather realistic. You can’t stomp on people forever (especially their balls) because, sooner or later, something will give. I just hope we are OUT of there at the time. Boxer revolution all over again.

    • Refractions_of_Error

      ‘Well at least they didn’t post any pictures of the guard’s bruised testicles’

      And mummy with rubber gloves applying ointment…

    • The Enlightened One

      Yup, I see it happening without a doubt if things don’t stabilize soon.

      The housing costs are getting WAY out of hand for the youth of China today and I think it’s messed up.

      Some of them could never afford a house in their lifetime in certain cities and they have the rich to blame for that, buying up all the apartments for simply investing… AND the government that doesn’t dare try to stop them… BECAUSE a lot of them are the government lol.

      Then after they have to take all this, their old houses get torn down… they MAY get a nice settlement… and then kicked in the balls by the rich… the next day while doing their job.

      I would be insanely pissed if this was the life my country had to offer me. Let’s be honest folks, if you had to live like them on 2k RMB monthly, was treated than less than dirt and lived in constant fear that a rich person or government official was going to mess with you… you would want to get the hell out too.

      • DavidisDawei

        They will probably do what the USA does…create a false flag event and start a conflict to distract the sheeple from what’s really going on.

        Just like a magic act! Now you see it, now you don’t….Don’t watch what they are flashing in front of you and want you to react to, but pay attention to what they’re doing behind the noise as they are distracting you.

        In all of the noise going on with Syria, the G20 summit was being held…discussing the eventual formation of a New World Order.

      • Refractions_of_Error

        ..

        • moldavidian

          This shop is owned by uneducated, racist shit.

          • Probotector

            Your average chinaman, in other words.

          • Refractions_of_Error

            Mainlander, mainlander-)

    • DavidisDawei

      What are you seeing and Where are you seeing it Wiener?

      Unfortunately, with the ruling by the US government they will not prosecute those “too big to fail”, we will see more of this theft by the “Banksters”. They know how to create bubble after bubble, designed to transfer our wealth to them. Housing, Stock Market, Gold, Silver, et al….

      • mr.wiener

        In the US people still love their country even though they hate their govt. Also people tend to be more civil than China and people will intervene if they see some one being picked on.
        Consider the history of China: A new dynasty is formed amid much slaughter, the next generation consolidate it and bring it too it’s greatest glory, the next generation are useless effete parasites that lord it over the common folk until they can’t take it anymore and it eventually all cones crashing down and the cycle begins again…..This cycle use to average every 300-400 years, at the present rate I’m guessing another 20.

        • DavidisDawei

          The continuing expansion of technology is a double edged sword…electronics, weaponry…

          “Instant access” speeds information exchange up, but do you see the current generations in China willing to throw away the progress (comparing to what their parents and grand parents had) they are so proud of?

          People in the USA hold onto the hope that what they grew up believing about this country is still true. Even as things fall apart, they see their lives being better than what a lot of the world suffers daily. Therefore, most put their head in the sand and soldier on…it will take some extreme circumstances for people to choose to blow up the current system (especially for the ones who are benefitting from the current system)

  • Jeffrey Jones

    why does the video autostart? wish webmasters/designers would understand this is VERY irritating. The play/pause control is there for a reason!!!

  • 二奶头发

    and in other chinese news. this woman took 500 million RMB from a shang hai insurance company. her name is 陈怡 chen yi

    http://www.legaldaily.com.cn/locality/content/2013-08/20/content_4777281.htm

  • harvz

    I’m surprised at how often I see these updates and how I rarely see something along the lines of corrupted official and wife go missing.

    Would love to see people take the power back all over the world.

  • Refractions_of_Error
    • connie

      The ship is sinking; time to get out before it’s too late.

      • Refractions_of_Error

        Yup, you got it. At least we can leave whenever we choose to. But yes, time is like now. As I mentioned below, I have spent 10 years here, have seen enough to know this place is sinking. HK is great. Mainland can’t touch HK. Indonesia is simply great and is a hotspot in the business world. I have friends there if you are looking to relocate.

        • Jeffrey Jones

          10 years, wow, in one city? You deserve a medal sir, you remind me of one of those brave old guys in the trenches inspired by churchills speeches. HK is great, the food, the nightlife.

          • Refractions_of_Error

            10 years on and off Sir and no, not in the same city. If I had lived here 10 years in a row, I would deserve a mental asylum back in England in addition to that medal.

          • Blarsd

            Same here, 10 years. Seems the years get longer and longer. Reflecting on the past 10 the only change I’ve seen in China is infrastructure and housing. People, however, has not changed a bit, no personal improvement what so ever. Another 2 and I’m gone, making my plans now as to where and how. Pretty sure it won’t be Asia though, probably Europe somewhere, a small B&B with a brew house, clean air and blue skies, sounds like a dream.

      • DavidisDawei

        What ship will remain afloat?

        • connie

          I don’t know about other “ships,” but this one is definitely sinking.

          Look at all the rich Chinese “rats” scurrying to other “ships.”

          • Whoo

            Speaking of rats, the worst rats are those that wait in hibernation, feeding on their own fecal waste. These are the hairy human rats, coming out only to disguise themselves as something else. A pity they can’t do anything about their own putrid stench.

          • connie

            Stupid fool, rats don’t hibernate. Don’t they teach that in igloo land?

  • Refractions_of_Error

    After getting his balls kicked:

  • Pete of Perth

    Cartman says it best:

  • 二奶头发

    I think china needs more female police officers to handle crimes like this one.

  • Karze

    Her family must be some high ranking official or PLA or spoilt rich bitch.

  • Karze

    May be she is related to MAO.

  • Griff

    And chinese wonder why they’re not liked anywhere they go.

  • SonofSpermcube

    Of COURSE it’s an Audi, what else would she be driving.

  • parvizr

    What, he didn’t have a tazer?

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