Female superhero Chinese Redbud Woman appears in Beijing

| December 31st, 2011

From Netease:


This May, a female “superhero” appeared in Hong Kong, wearing low-cut black tights and blue mask, called herself “Zijing Woman” (紫荆侠) or “Chinese Redbud Woman”. She handed out food and cash to some Hong Kong residents. The mysterious masked female vigilante received great attention in Hong Kong.

However, on December 24, a “female superhero” also appeared in Beijing, wearing exactly the same outfit as the “Chinese Redbud Woman” of Hong Kong.

“Today is my first day as the Chinese Redbud Woman, feeling a little nervous. Already prepared the military coats and food for the elderlies, also many thanks to the hand warner friend gave me.” She called herself Chinese Redbud Woman in her microblog, mysteriously appeared on the cold streets of Beijing on Christmas Eve, in front of the Wangfujing Bookstore, at the Xidan subway station and other places, distributed clothing and gifts to beggars and homeless. Beijing residents and netizens also started to talk about her.


Who is this beautiful woman? Why is she doing that? Reporter contacted the “Beijing Chinese Redbud Woman” via private message on microblog. She said that it does not matter who she is and also stated that what she did was not a publicity stunt, “just wanted to help these people who are in need.”








According to Sichuan Online:

Recently, since the female superhero “Chinese Redbud Woman” appeared in Hong Kong, another “Chinese Redbud Woman” also appeared in Beijing, also wearing low-cut black tights and blue mask, claimed on her microblog that she will continue to spread the warmth. Only a dozen of tweets, she already had over 7,000 fans. “Beijing Chinese Redbud Woman’s” first activity was on Christmas Eve: first gave the military coat to the old man on Xiushui Street, then sent food and coats to the elders in from of the Wangfujing Bookstore. Because Beijing Chinese Redbud Woman was only wearing a black veil, the old lady kept asking her if she is cold…

After reading Beijing Zijing Woman’s microblog, netizens both praised and criticized her, however there is only one consensus, her attire is not so suitable for the winter.

Some comments:

“What a body ~~”

“This is another kind of charity, sexy charity.”

“For sure her motivation is to become famous. Is it necessary to dress like this when doing good?”

“Her breasts are really big.”

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  1. white dude says:

    those beautiful breast could definitely feed my homeless ass

  2. Huzhang says:

    Awesome. I’d buy her dinner and romance her slowly.

  3. bobo says:

    so your thang girl & stay fabulous.

  4. Brice Gilbert says:

    And a heartwarming tale turns to sexism 🙁

  5. voiceofhome says:

    Nice China girls often get raped by whites and blacks, so better look out little big tit China girl.

  6. voiceofhome says:

    Looks like PIP implants to me. She will have back pains and her tits gonna hurt when they are sucked or get played with.

  7. dongshizhang says:

    nice work on being hot

  8. trololol says:

    well~~ she is kind of an attention seeker for the costume but why the hate? she still helps people. why do most of the people only look at the
    “sexy looking girl that’s in a reveling costume attention seeking whore?”

    in the end she still helps and thats what counts..

    fun fact most of the haters are girls..

    while most like are from boys…. haha

  9. So Sad says:

    So someone decided to help poor people out and fellow chinese netizens would just criticize her. Typical stupid chinese mentality.

    • Derpina says:

      Heyo, I’m Chinese, and I take offense to that. I think it’s a bit odd as well, that she’d be wearing all that low-cut shit. It can get pretty fucking cold, last time I visited my relatives in China. But she’s doing an awesome thing.
      And plus, if some chick here in the US ran around with nothing but a bikini on, passing food and blankets to homeless people, I’m sure she’d get the same reaction.

  10. G ela says:

    I thought this was pretty funny, it’s always nice to help the needy but I think she should leave the set costumes to the anime chicks before she becomes a target for rape…

  11. Will says:

    Hey, most of the people commenting on this article:

    You’re a bunch sexist assholes. If anything, this article should provoke comments about how the Beijing city government isn’t doing enough to protect its elderly population from homelessness (China is even better at being not socialist than the USA). Instead, jokes about rape? Revealing how horny you are for Lady Zijing? Racism? You suck. Also, rape happens because somebody decided to perpetrate a horrific crime, not because of what the victim wears. Get offline and think hard about how not to be dicks.

    • me says:

      I totally agree.

      The Chinese gvt. should actually get off their asses do something about it. Good on the girl for helping, but all this shows is the Chinese government’s lack of care of the homeless. Shame on them.

    • Will Not says:

      Depending on what the person wears, it can initiate the urge to perpetrate a rape, dumbass. If you leave money visible on a car seat, then it’s an incentive for a thief to break the law by breaking in. Even signs in parking lots tell you not to leave valuables unattended and I wonder why? Just because there are no signs in society warning you that dressing scantily may cause rape doesn’t mean the chances of it happening will be much, much less. Stop blindly believing the written rules of the ideal perfect world and start using your own common sense. Look at the overall picture …dumbass.

  12. World_Creation says:

    Instead of people commenting on her good deeds, they only thought about her body…too many creepers online like always.. Well, nonetheless, her attire is to grab attention and with attention you can spread the word! She is a wonderful person to be doing this, and i praise her for it. i wished there were more people like her!!

    • white dude says:

      it is actually the way she dress
      that made people don’t take it seriously
      if it is for real good deeds
      she wouldn’t need attention
      she would just do it

    • Zebulon says:

      I ‘ve seen a TV program last Saturday where male “super-heroes” (her male counterparts in the West : Canada and U.S.A.) were doing the same, helping the needy ; basically the same individual-based action. But frankly, I think you suck to think that her outfit is inducing “urge to pepetrate a rape”. Are you at war with feminity or what. Come on, have a drink, cool down, guys. You should praise her for doing what she does instead – whether dressed as a super-hero or not. None of you help the needy after all, do you ?

  13. super says:

    I am sure we all wanted to be superhero when we were younger and Helping people with our power’s and fighting bad guys was just part of it.
    but in reality we can’t do that. but its nice to see someone living the dream and helping others like that. so what if she is wearing a costume as long as she is doing good things let her no harm done.

  14. Perhaps the point she’s trying to make is that we should be paying more attention to the act of helping the homeless. After all, “sex sells.”

  15. akmil says:

    waw. . . Sexy super hero 🙂
    i like it. . . She is so popular in my country, indonesia XD

  16. febry says:

    Th15 b0dy it’5 very very b34uT1vul g1rl

  17. CJ says:

    Oh come on, who the hell posts pictures of herself in a black cape and low cut corsage helping homeless people, and then proceeds to post, what essentially amounts to, a picture of her cleavage? That’s unabashedly self promotion and 炒作

  18. Angel says:

    I respect for for what she does and to be honest she’s really beautiful too. I hope she continues what she does but she needs to gear up a little more.

  19. Unclever title says:

    Yeah I don’t exactly see what makes her a “vigilante,” article. She’s neither upholding the law, nor breaking it. She’s not taking the law into her own hands.

    (At least I assume China has no laws against helping the poor.)

    She’s just performing a charity and getting publicity, likely in an attempt to get other people to follow in her footsteps, so far it seems to have worked at least once.

    She’s doing good and helping people and (apparently) inspiring others to do the same, so that makes her a hero.

  20. Lucy says:

    Most of these comments in here are perverted and sexist. Grow up you freaks. This girl is not asking to get rapped she’s trying to help ppl and that’s all that matters. She most likely wears a costume because she doesn’t want ppl knowing who she is so that ppl don’t go oh there’s that hero right there and bug her like ppl do with famous ppl. She is an honorable person and I respect her.

  21. I wanna become a superhero redbud woman if you are reading this I just wanna say could you help me to become a hero I wanna help people and fight crime could you please let me be your sidekick ‍♂️

  22. She didn’t reply to me is she busy all I just want her to reply back ☹️☹️

  23. She didn’t reply to me is she busy all I just want her to reply back

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