Employees from a Chinese decorating company were forced to eat live earthworms after they failed to reach their sales target. The video, filmed in the city of Bijie in Guizhou Province, shows several workers being forced to swallow the live
A lift dragged a two-year-old girl up to the ceiling after a leash attached to her hand became trapped in its doors. The CCTV footage, filmed in the city of Huangshi in China's Hubei Province, shows the youngster walking into the lift
A pair of rolling tyres knocked over a worker at a petrol station in north-western China after they fell off a lorry. The video, provided by local media, shows two men pushing the gate to open a petrol station, then running away to avoid the two
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What's on the syllabus in China to become a "perfect" woman? History classes, oil painting, how to apply makeup, and how to sit in a chair properly.
As show organizers scramble to get the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show up and running in Shanghai, models and other participants are worried that the Chinese government is spying.
While Brits will bake themselves in the sun at any given opportunity, over in China, women will do anything to keep their bodies away from its rays.Because while the beauty ideal over here in the UK is as-bronzed-as-possible nowadays, over in South East Asia, it’s being pale.To protect themselves, many Chinese women go to extreme measures – wearing mirrored visors to cover their faces, carrying UV-blocking umbrellas at all times, and wearing ‘facekinis’ on the beach.With the same amount of coverage as a burkini but with added coverage on the face (save room for eyes, noses and ears), facekinis might seem bizarre to bikini-clad Westerners but are pretty commonplace on strips of the Chinese coast.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Back to school: The best trips to learn a new skillThird of Britons believe having sex with a robot counts as cheatingThe morning after pill could soon be droned your way
Liu Wen was the first Chinese model to walk the Victoria’s Secret runway. Four Chinese models —Liu Wen, Xi Mengyao, Sui He, and Ju Xiaowen — are set to walk in the 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on Wednesday. Considering the first Victoria’s Secret model of Asian descent did not walk in the retailer’s annual show until 2009, this is a huge step toward inclusivity and racial diversity for Victoria’s Secret.
Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld once said: “Sweatpants are a sign of defeat.” How ironic that years later Lagerfeld would go on to design a whole runway show around them, sending supermodel Cara Delevingne down the catwalk in pink workout-wear.
In fact, the textile industry has long been one of China’s largest polluters. Is the smog down to our desire for fast fashion? To shine a brighter light on the emerging sustainable “Made in China” label, I recently had a chat with Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the high-tech design/lifestyle SIX Magazine, Alina Raetsep.
It looks like no amount of bad press will deter some women from putting themselves through bizarre challenges, simply to prove to others that they have the ideal body.
From Shanghai socialites to Communist Party leaders, the past 100 years for women in China have been full of seismic shifts. The 15th episode of Cut.com’s “100 Years of Beauty” series gives a beauty-focused overview of these changes in less than a minute.
Some 200 people joined the “Breast Walk” protest, in solidarity with 30-year-old Ng Lai-ying, outside Wan Chai police HQ on Sunday. The event was calling for Chinese mainlanders to stop visiting Hong Kong to buy cheaper and better quality produce. Ng claimed that the policeman had gone to grab her bag, but ended up putting his hand on her breast - and accused him of indecent assault.