The Chinese government is really really bad at Photoshop

What was supposed to be a nice, heartwarming picture of four Chinese government officials visiting an elderly woman in a sign of respect and caring for the people and giving back and all that ended up being another Photoshop nightmare for China where three giant men plus a floating disappearing half man creepily hover… » 10/31/13 11:43pm 10/31/13 11:43pm

Chinese Hackers Have Also Been Hacking The Wall Street Journal

Not to be left out in the old boys club of the Great Chinese Hacking Scandal of 2013, the Wall Street Journal included themselves with the New York Times as being hacked by Chinese operatives. That's two big name dead tree media organizations getting hacked by China. Who's next? » 1/31/13 6:00pm 1/31/13 6:00pm

Watch Netflix Separate DVDs and Streaming Like Siamese Butt Twins with …

Netflix is having themselves quite the week, and everyone's favorite insaneo Chinese animators are here to show us how things really happened. Apparently it involved asteroids, disc-headed mutant siamese twins, laser pistols, and the Insane Clown Posse. Although in fairness, that mix of ingredients would have made… » 9/20/11 3:20pm 9/20/11 3:20pm

China Slips and Reveals Its Own Cyberattacks on State TV

In a direct contradiction to China's official line about their never attack nations or groups online, Chinese state television CCTV briefly displayed footage showing their military students training for cyberattacks. Just enough to get then in trouble. Oops! » 8/24/11 5:40pm 8/24/11 5:40pm

This Fake Chinese Ikea Store Might Be Better Than the Real Ikea

After seeing the fake Apple Chinese store, I was pretty much prepared to see a knockoff store of anything. Who could they steal from next? Microsoft? Dell kiosks? 99-cent stores? Nope. Instead, they copied the pride (or bane) of Sweden: Ikea. » 8/10/11 4:20pm 8/10/11 4:20pm

HTC's Facebook Phone Isn't a Facebook Phone In China

Announced alongside the HTC Status, the full touchscreen handset known as Salsa in Europe has been given a Chinese once-over, ditching the Facebook logo and baked-in features for Weibo support, which is China's version of Twitter. [SinaTech via Buzzom via MicGadget] » 7/25/11 7:40am 7/25/11 7:40am

Three of the Five Fake Apple Stores Are Allowed to Stay Open Because…

Two of the five fakie Apple stores in Kunming, China, have been shut after a thorough investigation by the Chinese authorities, despite one of the employees claiming "there is no Chinese law that says I can't decorate my shop the way I want to decorate it." » 7/25/11 3:40am 7/25/11 3:40am