China On Notice, November 1st


Let’s bring out the big board!

* Shandong: don’t mess with Blind Master Chen! Coming soon: Chen Liangyu, Sun Luyi and others in the corruption crackdown show up to court doing their best Ray Charles impressions in hopes of leniency.

* Cars in cycle lanes: Beijing has 646 days remaining to learn not to scream at the laowai and throw their bike around. Look for an instructional cartoon where Huanhuan slaps around Nini in front of Sam the Olympic Eagle, only to have Beibei chew him out for embarassing China in front of the foreigner.

* His Ilness: got his leash yanked.

* Panda Bears: are Communist Godless Killing Machines. You have to bite them before they bite you.

* Yang Xiaokun: is the official who said in Athens:

“I don’t think we should be using different standards to judge China. In China, we don’t have software blocking Internet sites. Sometimes we have trouble accessing them. But that’s a different problem. I know that some colleagues listen to the BBC in their offices from the Webcast. And I’ve heard people say that the BBC is not available in China or that it’s blocked. I’m sure I don’t know why people say this kind of thing. We do not have restrictions at all.”

I’d tell you how the BBC reported this but…

* Republicans: c’mon, you’re not even trying to go negative. This ain’t no pillow fight.

* Blogspot: that’s what you get for Chinabounder.

* Comedy Central: stealing Colbert clips from expats whose only lifeline is YouTube. You are this close to being dead to me!

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