Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Literary Minds Think Alike

Chairman Mao made a new friend on his recently investment tour of New York in an effort to buy the Brooklyn Bridge and many more landmarks. Laird Hunt is a great socialist laowai writer in Foreignland.
He was in New York to promoting new book, Ray of the Star. Chairman Mao doesn't know what this laowai literature is all about, but judging from the title, it must be about how wonderful China is after Mao chased away those capitalist roaders.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Everyone Loves a Hummer

Chinese are very happy that they can now go out and get a Hummer at the car dealer. Pretty soon everyone in China will be getting hummers in their homes.

Chairman Mao wants everyone to know that Hummer is and always has been an inseparable part of China. It's how we roll in the 'Jing.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Sports Nation

That's right, all your sports are belong to us.

And here's the proof:

Next Olympic games all your medals are belong to us too.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Happy China Anniversary Everyday!

Nobody throws a party like the Chinese Communist Party.

Chairman Mao was sipping baijiu and watching the glorious and harmonious National Day parade through Tiananmen Square. He really enjoying to watch the gloriousness and harmoniousness of China's 60th birthday since Mao came up with the wonderful idea of creating glorious and harmonious China.

Just like on Americaland's Thanksgiving, China pardons many pigeons from joining dinner settings. But, people rejoice as they have many other delicious animals to choosing from.
On this glorious day, everyone should be remember the important service of the ice cream men.
Not pictured: the group of "other" political party members before they marched back to prison.

And Chairman Mao's personal favorite highlight of the harmonious parade. Only the best soldiers can wear sexy boots in battle.