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    China is always dealing with societal issues that they perceive as a threat. The government is now worried about the influence of Korean pop culture on it's boys. Korean society has put effeminate males into the main stream, and it has carried over to Chinese society. Now, the government has decided that it's own boys should not copy this effeminate trend. Chinese men will be men. But has China ever had a masculine culture? Will it's effort prove effective? We answer all of these questions and more in this video.

    You can now pay girls on the Chinese internet to pretend to be your girlfriend, tell you a goodnight story, wish you luck at work, and flirt with you. These websites cater to the lonely men and women in China who can't find a meaningful relationship.



    China's Streaming Boom! Everything is getting streamed here in China. From girls sucking bananas, to putting on fishnets, to sexy dances, to eating live mice, it is safe to say that China's streaming boom is getting out of control. The flurry of hearts, likes, and comments is reminiscent of Periscope. Whats different is that some users are giving virtual gifts which cost real money as a gesture of appreciation to the live stream host. The broadcaster can then cash out the gifts to make money from their live streaming antics. Its creating a wave of web celebrities.

    Weibo is not the first to be doing this in China. Several new video apps have popped up in China this year catering to a nascent but growing demand to watch fellow netizens do everything from eating to playing video games to shilling cosmetics. The countrys snowballing live streaming is also creating new web celebrities. Zhang Qige, a 23-year-old woman who plays games while chatting on her webcam, claims to have made US$150,000 in the past year from her online capers. Some make it even bigger, such as Papi Jiang, a 29-year-old drama student turned comedian seen here in one of her skits:
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    Living in China for so long, we would like to share some of the comparisons that we have found between China and the west, and shed some light on the situation

    I feel incredibly sad for a large segment of the Youth of China today...

    We tell some of the craziest stories we have about girls we've met in China. These don't represent everyone, but it does open an interesting conversation about the definition of relationships between Chinese and western culture.

    Why do so many people tell us that "we are stealing their women?". We address this very difficult topic very straight forwardly.


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    In China, little emperors throughout recent history have been a product of the one-child policy. These little kings and queens have been a bane to the culture and life of Chinese people. The parenting styles of the west, even parenting for idiots, has only recently came into asian culture. Children learn that living in China means that the dynasty of snowflakes will continue in Chinese life. Good parenting needs to make a comeback if the Chinese government isn't going to take measures to make sure people learn about what happens when the child is a spoiled brat

    Most people acknowledge the gap between age groups. Each generation has it's differences. However, under Mao's China, people born in the 1950s, and 1960s had a particularly different upbringing. Schools were closed, and madness and violence spread amongst the youth, or Red Guard, who were encouraged to denounce and even beat intellectuals and teachers. From there, they learned a very different attitude compared to the normally confucian culture that China typically had. Today we talk about why the younger generation calls these people, "The Lost Generation" Living in China for so long, we would like to share some of the comparisons that we have found between China and the west, and shed some light on the situation. Every week, we take you to a new place in China on our bikes, cover a topic, and reply to your questions.


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    China banned rap, then unbanned it, and in this episode we talk about why, and how China chooses money over policy. Money is king in China. Google maps link of where we were - https://goo.gl/maps/T4fs354u88T2 Fenglin Township, Taiwan Hotel Recommendation - 江水田園民宿 https://goo.gl/maps/t82DyJP7Cqt Restaurant Recommendation - Country Mother's https://goo.gl/maps/LjeU2C1MEpK2



    The toughest challenge facing China isn't a trade conflict or any other kind of outside enemy, it is a moral crisis from within...


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    It's a nasty subject, but it has actually been something that affected my life here in China, I have wanted to talk about it for ages and want to get the information out there... Website to post pictures of suspected kidnap victims: http://www.baobeihuijia.com/ An estimated 70,000 children are kidnapped in China every year, although the Chinese government reported fewer than 10,000 kidnappings. According to the United States Department of State, estimates are closer to 20,000. Some children are reported to have been sold into adoption overseas. The adoption agencies of China receive considerable donations from foreign parents when they adopt, sometimes as much as $5,000; such agencies have been known to purchase children from human traffickers, although such cases are usually rare.


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    China doesn't care about people as individuals, and this pervades through their society. Everything is about saving face and group harmony, the individual be damned. I've seen vids of women being beaten in the streets by their husbands and no one does anything about it. I've seen vids of children being beaten by their caretakers, and no one does anything about it. I've seen a vid of a pregnant woman, a manager at an ice cream shop, being beaten by an irate male customer. Again, no one did anything about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OsricPearl View Post
    China doesn't care about people as individuals, and this pervades through their society. Everything is about saving face and group harmony, the individual be damned. I've seen vids of women being beaten in the streets by their husbands and no one does anything about it. I've seen vids of children being beaten by their caretakers, and no one does anything about it. I've seen a vid of a pregnant woman, a manager at an ice cream shop, being beaten by an irate male customer. Again, no one did anything about it.
    It's a deeply disturbing society where having an actual rule of law is an alien concept. Their "morality" is much more fickle and just relies on whatever the boss at the time calls the new official truth and it can change at any second and any deviation from what the boss wants is punished severely. It's both deeply hierarchical, inconsistent and deeply corrupt. In fact: I wouldn't call them immoral, I would call them amoral as when it comes to morality, there is no rejection of it but a complete absence.

    I have heard of some crazy stuff in the Philippines but, for all its ills, there is still some Christian influence there that can moderate it. For Asia's non-Christian societies, you would need a Western-style (and imposed) rule of law (South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong) to maintain some order or it will fall into complete moral degradation. It's not like here in Western Europe and Western style former colonies ( U.S, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) where private morality and public good have become internalized over time.

    To be very blunt about it: I think Western society is the only true moral society as it doesn't just have this internalized notion of not doing unto others what you wouldn't want done to you (deeply rooted in Christianity) but also because public criticism and personal self-criticism (and thus being personally responsible for your actions) are very important concepts here.

    And then the question arises ? What got us our morality ? I think it's a historical development starting with Greek and Roman philosophy and then we were drenched in Christianity (both mediaeval and Reformation - the latter of which, for all its ills, forced people to think about their religion and its principles on a deeply personal basis) and that was followed by the Age of Enlightenment. Can non-Christian societies go through the same ? I don't think so. Can non-Western Christian societies go through it ? It will take centuries to get to where we are now as they will need their own Reformation and their own Enlightenment.
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    For good and for ill, it shall be China, not Africa or Arabia, that will be the real challenge-cum-threat to Western culture and values over the next few decades. After all, it is only a matter of months before it becomes the world's biggest economy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tooting Carmen View Post
    For good and for ill, it shall be China, not Africa or Arabia, that will be the real challenge-cum-threat to Western culture and values over the next few decades. After all, it is only a matter of months before it becomes the world's biggest economy.
    I don't think they will be as their GDP is highly inflated and China itself is stagnant and mired in corruption. Already businesses are pulling out of China and moving to countries such as Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, India, Thailand and beyond.


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    Mainland Chinese are zombies, to put it bluntly. Lacking compassion for both human and animal. Their government are a hundred times worse. It's truly a sad nation

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Lawspeaker View Post
    I don't think they will be as their GDP is highly inflated and China itself is stagnant and mired in corruption. Already businesses are pulling out of China and moving to countries such as Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, India, Thailand and beyond.
    Lol those countries are as or more corrupt and stagnant than China itself is. Especially between China and India there is no real comparison - the latter is many many times worse for poverty, illiteracy, corruption, lawlessness, misogyny, homophobia, communalism, superstitiousness, racism etc.

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