China-Japan War Drama Shocks Audience With Suggestive Scene

China-Japan War Drama Shocks Audience With Suggestive Scene

The currently broadcasting China-Japan war Drama “Fighting the Japanese Devils Together” has surprised audiences with an extraordinary suggestive scene. Yinmei, played by the wife of Chinese hurdler Liu Xiang, goes to visit her critically injured husband who has been incarcerated by the Japanese. Wanting to comfort him, she allows him to ‘caress’ her, upon which he pulls a WW1 stick grenade from her crotch which explodes, killing themselves and some Japanese. A netizen speculated this scene has paved the way for more such fantasies, such as machine guns in bosoms and cannons between legs.

Source: Netease

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  • mr.wiener

    This damned near satire now.

  • Amused

    Twat grenades are a time and war tested tactic.

  • A Gawd Dang Mongolian

    You have to wonder if even the film directors realize war dramas have been done to death.

    Wonder when someone will tell the propaganda department the same.

    • Dolph Grunt

      Repetition works. Repetition works. Repetition works. Repetition works.

  • guest

    All aboard the Chinasmack lifeboats, rip.

    • Dolph Grunt

      Well, I hate to jump on the CS bashing bandwagon, but it’s just gotta be said…

      This story was covered by a rival site (that I’m sure most are aware of) with a heck of a lot more detail and information. If you compare the two, CS is looking more like the Farmer’s Almanac of China stories.

      This (extremely) brief summary of stories with no comments, links to videos, updates or follow ups is… well… sorry to say, I don’t think it’s going to cut it in the future.

      • iTouchin .

        I’m possibly the only one but what is this rival site? I also don’t understand why the quality in CS suddenly dropped, I’m an avid reader but never do I comment. It’s such a shame that short paragraphs are now the full article.

        • mr.wiener

          Shanghaiist, uncensored spammers and trolls. I go there to slum:)

          • Dolph Grunt

            Yeah, I’m pretty new to Shanghaiist. But I completely agree with you. Now that I’ve spent a little time there, I’d say it’s pretty ghetto.

            The stories are fairly well written though.

            If we could swap the stories and the disqus feed… hmm…


          • Teacher in China

            Yeah, it’s not so bad anymore now that a certain someone has gone. Several commenters are trying to up the intelligence level of the conversations going on there, and it’s making the place more tolerable. But you still have some weirdos going on about “tiny asian penises” and “pink skins” and shit like that. Some days I really want to shoot back at them, but trolls man, you just gotta ignore them.

  • vincent

    CS I am disappoint here is a link to the video I would try to translate the comments but they don’t make much sense.

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