Born into a martial arts family, the now 94-year-old Zhang Hexian from Dongyang town in Zhejiang province has been practicing martial arts for close to 90 years.
Nicknamed ‘Kung Fu Granny’ (功夫奶奶), she has become a local ‘martial arts legend’ and has gained popularity on Chinese social media for her martial skills.
According to Chinese state media, the woman is in very good shape and is a fast runner. She has not visited a doctor for decennia and does not take any medicine.
She also told the media that throughout her life she has never stopped regularly practicing martial arts: “Our Zhang family motto is: don’t be afraid of death, don’t be afraid of death, keep training for life’.”
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China’s Latest Online Viral Game Makes You Clap for Xi Jinping
Smart propaganda – now clapping for Xi Jinping has become a competition.
The major 19th CPC National Congress started on Wednesday in Beijing with a speech by Chinese President Xi Jinping that took nearly 3,5 hours.
The speech, that focused on China’s future and its rise in the world today, was repeatedly paused for the appropriate applause from the party members in the audience.
With the introduction of a new game by Tencent, people can now also clap along to Xi Jinping’s speech from their own living room. The game became an online hit on October 18. It was already played over 400 million times by 9 pm Beijing time.
The mobile game can be opened through a link that takes you to a short segment of the lengthy speech by Xi Jinping. In the short segment, President Xi mentions that it is the mission of the Communist Party of China to strive for the happiness and the rise of the Chinese people.
The app then allows you “clap” for Xi by tapping the screen of your phone as many times as you can within a time frame of 18 seconds. After completing, you can invite your friends to play along and compete with them.
The game has become especially popular on WeChat, where some users boast that they have scored a ‘clap rate’ of 1695.
If you’re up to it, you can try to clap as much as you can for Xi Jinping here.
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Hamster’s “Big Balls” Cause of Much Hilarity
This hamster is making its rounds… on Weibo.
A Twitter post from the Japanese account @MIKICHANsugoi is now making its rounds on Weibo, where it is the cause of much hilarity.
The post says:
“A friend of mine got a new hamster and recently discovered that its balls were huge.
Worried that it might be a tumor, he hurried to the veterinarian.
The vet finally told him: ‘Don’t worry. He just has huge balls.'”
After its popularity on Twitter, the hamster is now also going around Weibo, where many react with laughing emoticons, saying “how akward.”
There are also some netizens who comment: “This hamster has more balls than I do.”