Friday, December 10, 2010

Give Peace a Chance

Harmonious Chinese society announced the winner of the Confucius Peace Prize for Glorious Harmoniousness of Society Person to Benefit Harmony in China. This prestigious prize was invented thousands of years before the Nobel Peace Prize and is a great tradition of China.

This year China honored Lien Chan from that eastern island that shall not be named. Because he lives on an island, Lien could not swim to Beijing to receive his prize. Therefore, we gave the cash bribe prize to an orphan girl who will return to her work unit at Foxconn, where she helps create gadgetry for Apple.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Super-duper Computing

China has the world's fasterist computer in the world. Suck on that Foreignland!

Chairman Mao would like to thank Commodore Computers for helping China's super-genius computer geek squad in assembling great computers from Ikea. Wen Jiabao was very helpful with the Allen wrench.

With this greatly designed feat of computer engineering, Chinese can access all 20 government-approved websites in great fastness.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Liu Who?

The smoked salmon eating viking pirates of Euroland awarded Nobel Peace Prize to Chinese man named Liu Xiaobo. While Chairman Mao is pleased that this prize is finally coming home to great China where it was invented 2500 years ago, he is also regrettably to inform Norwegianese that this person does not exist. In glorious 5000 years history of harmonious and human rights abiding China, no one by the name Liu Xiaobo has ever existed.

However, let us not let this prestigious prize go to waste. Chairman Mao will happily accept on behalf of himself and the great socialist-with-Chinese-characteristics government of China.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The Right Beat

Chairman Mao has digged up this classical Chinese video from our greatly successful Cultural Revolution.

This is irrefutable evidence that China invented Michael Jackson. We kindly ask the WTO to grant China royalties from years past.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Laowai's New Gig

Chairman Mao fired his English teacher a while ago. He showed up to class drunk too many times. But in recently times, Mao found that English teacher has a new work in New York's Chinatown. It's nice that laowai teacher learned enough Chinese to find a new work.

Saturday, June 19, 2010


Chairman Mao has come down with World Cup fever--it's much more dangerous than swine flu as it renders the millions of infected people useless for a month.

Chairman Mao loves to watch soccer. It's a great socialist sport with all the ties--what better way to show how equal the proletariat are. He has also found great joy in the vuvuzelas. For now, China will allow South Africa to claim the vuvuzelas as their own, even though Chinese invented the horns 3000 years ago in Hunan.

After the soccer has finished, Mao plans to eat the mascot as it is very good for vitality. Plus, the big cheetah is sure to taste better than the Fuwa or Haibao.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Your Internet Speech

China published a new whitish paper about its invention of internet policy. China guarantees the freedom of speech of its citizens online. The paper states that "Chinese citizens fully enjoy freedom of speech on the Internet." Chairman Mao agrees that people are free to speaking their open minds online until the censors find and delete the offensive material and send the publishers to labor camp.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

The Right Contract

Chairman Mao is proud of Foxconn for doing the right thing for the mental healthiness of its employees. Comrades that taking own lifes by jumping off the Shenzhen office building are causing the company to lose face. But now, Foxconn is making employees sign an agreement to not kill themselves on the company property.

Rather than placing blaming on Foxconn, which is owned by comrades on that rebel island to the east that shall not be named, we should remember that it is the fault of Apple, the foreign-devil corporation, for outsourcing its operation without checking the mentally health of Chinese employees working hundreds of hours a day to make technological advancements that no one needs.

Thank you to Shanghaiist for translating the contract for our laowai friends.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Google Returns

Chairman Mao pulled some strings and got the almighty Chinese government to drop this silly spat with Google over censorship. There's no reason for us to have the Great Firewall anymore. Welcome back Google, Twitter, Facebook, etc.

While we're at it, we'll revalue the Yuan to a more reasonable rate to appease those capitalist roaders in Washington.

Chairman Mao loves the spring air that warms up China in April...

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Weaponized Food Fight

India announced that will use extra-super spicy peppers to fight terrorism. India knows that terrorists can't eat spicy, so this is how they'll know those people are evil.

In response, China will begin weaponizing stinky tofu to combat separatists. All the capitalist roaders and foreign devils can't stand the smell of China's greatest cuisine. We will fill our streets with the stink of tofu freedom and rid the great Communist nation of evil forces.

Stinky tofu is also an effective weapon against vampires and werewolves.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

The Tyger

Tyger! Tyger! Buring bright
In the fireworks of Beijing tonight...
同志们春节快乐!Happy Year of Tiger from Chairman Mao!

Saturday, February 6, 2010

A Perfect Gift

According to a poll of everyone in China by the China Daily, the most renowned news source in the world, many Chinese will give the gift of cigarettes to loved ones this Spring Festival.

Nothing says "I love you and want you to live a long and happy life" like a carton of cancer sticks.

新年 [cough, cough, wheeze] 快乐!

Monday, January 11, 2010

Showing We Care

China always wants to be at the forefront of caring about the needs and human rights of others.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

We're Rich

Some laowai says that China will be worth $123 trillion dollars in the year 2040. Chairman Mao is very happy that China will have some many riches. But he also sees a downside to that money. Why do laowai count Chinese money in US dollars? Chairman Mao predicts that in 2040 that $123 trillion will be worth 15 RMB.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Free and Open

Zhou Xisheng, great Chinese deputy chief of Xinhua News Agency (founded 4500 years ago), told the world what Chairman Mao already knew. "Our country's Internet situation is unique. Compared to all kinds of restrictions in foreign countries, China has the most open Internet in the world."

Comrade Zhou is exactly right. Everything that passes through our impenetrable Great Firewall is freely accessible to anyone who pays to access the Chinese internet, which we discovered hundreds of years before Al Gore did.