Government employee kept 6 sex slaves in self-built dungeon, 2 killed

| September 24th, 2011

34-year-old former fire fighter Li Hao (李浩) was a contract employee of Luoyang Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision. He would have been remembered as hard working and easy-going by his colleagues if not for the uncovering of his secret dungeon where he kept 6 sex slaves and murdered 2 of them with the help of other victims who, shortly after being rescued were arrested for assisting Li Hao murdered and buried the bodies.

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Zhejiang Province bans 37 songs in KTV

| April 21st, 2011

From Netease:

Recently netizens of Wenzhou noticed a yellow sign appeared in the local KTV (karaoke clubs). The sign listed 37 songs that are now banned from playing at these places by the provincial authority. The 37 prohibited songs included popular titles like Su Rui’s “qian shou” 牵手 (Hold hands), Richie Ren’s Xiaoxue (snow) and Bobby Chen’s One night in Beijing.

The sign says “Prohibited songs announcement, according to regulation of the Provincial Department of Culture, the following 37 songs […]Read more…

Beijing Passion Club apologizes, admitting using photo of model as “top service girl”

| July 23rd, 2010

(Netease) “Passion Club (天上人间: direct translation is ‘heaven on earth’) apologized to me”, yesterday professional model Lin Ketong told the newspaper that Passion Club Beijing KTV apologized to her on the phone, and posted the apology letter on their website for 10 days.

Prior to that, Beijing’s hottest club/KTV, Passion Club was ordered to suspend its business for rectification for 6 month as part of the Chinese Government’s “Sweeping the yellow” efforts. (扫黄: (sao3huang2) sweeping the yellow: cracking down on […]Read more…