How to distinguish what kind of cell phone people are using on a high speed train?

| February 18th, 2012
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From Weibo:

How to distinguish what kind of cell phone people are using on a high speed train?

Every passenger on the train are all concentrating on their cell phones.

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Chinese scalpers hire migrant workers to wait in line for iPhone 4S

| January 15th, 2012
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From Netease:

Overview: On January 13th, Apple’s new iPhone 4S was finally made available for purchase in China。By 7PM, over one thousands eager customers were lined up outside Beijing’s two official Apple Inc. retail stores, in Sanlitun and Xidan. The crowd was made up of a large number of migrant workers from Hebei province and Beijing’s Daxing.

Because the Apple stores limited the sale of the iPhone 4S to two per person, scalpers hired individuals to wait in line and purchase the [...]Read more…

Condom cell phone chain, “for emergency use”

| October 31st, 2010
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(IFeng) Cartoon characters, football, flowers, playing cards… in the age of individualism, students’ cell phone chain could be multifarious. But can you imagine condom being a cell phone charm? Currently, this condom cell phone charm appeared on the market in Nanning. Most people bought this are high school and vocational school students. They feel it is “fresh”, “cool” and “shows character”, some even said it is “for emergency use”.

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Making cell phone calls during flight passes safety test and awaits for approval, 15 yuan per minute

| June 25th, 2010
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From Sohu: Cnr.cn news, Beijing. According to the news reported by Voice of China “Peak Evening News” at 17:39 on June 24, Air China cabin service department vice-president Wang Xiaolun said, some passengers need to be constantly reminded by the flight attendant to turn off their cell phones before the plane takes off, this indicates people’s need of communicating with the outside world (when on a plane). Achieving communication via cellular phone in above 10,000 meters altitude will become [...]Read more…

Shanghai Mobile: cell phone sends pornographic text messages will be terminated, after being verified of course

| January 22nd, 2010
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Last week Han Han already mentioned about this news in his blog, The Chinese new year is here soon, people in China should be careful sending text messages, especially if you are in Shanghai, you don’t want your cell phone to stop working while sending text, and then going to the local police station to write a promise note on new years day! Here is the actual news and some netizens’ reactions.

“On what basis, you can look at [...]Read more…

Han Han: I am just exploring

| January 16th, 2010
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From Han Han’s blog

Recently I read some Shanghai related news, it is very interesting to connect them together. First, Shanghai’s concrete mixer vehicles drive the city construction in the rate of crushing one person dead each day on average. If this continues, China’s pavilions will be dyed in red with insignificant people’s blood.

Secondly, Politics and Law Committee secretary in Shanghai announced that he is determined to not allow the gangsters to be established in Shanghai. To this I feel [...]Read more…

The porno on your cell phone can get you arrested in China

| January 9th, 2010
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If you ever travel in China by train, make sure you don’t have any porno on your cell phone, or else you could be jailed!

 

From Zhengzhou evening news:

“A couple arrested for watching porn at home”, an incident happened 7 years ago which had triggered a national debate over the relationships and boundaries between the law and individual rights. Chongqing resident Zhao Peng (not his real name) never would have thought 7 years have passed but similar incident [...]Read more…