Shanghai waterfront panoramic goes viral after viewers spot nude man
A 24.9 billion-pixel photo offering a 360-degree panoramic view of the Bund, Shanghai’s waterfront promenade, has become a sensation in mainland China – especially after internet users started zooming in to uncover some unusual sights, the Shanghai Morning Post reported on Saturday.
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Tuhao has been a hot word all over the media, it represents rich Chinese who love to show off their wealth on internet while claiming to be poor.
According to an article from Sydney Morning Herald, China’s vulgar rich: befriended but unloved, a crowdsourced translation call on China’s social media yielded “new money,” “slumdog millionaire,” the “riChinese” and “billionbilly.”
China’s first tourism law comes into effect, tourists issued manners guides
By Karla Cripps, CNN, October 4, 2013
China’s National Tourism Administration publicized a 64-page “Guidebook for Civilized Tourism” on its website ahead of the Golden Week public holiday that started on October 1, the same day the country’s new tourism law came into effect. Golden Week is one of the most popular times of year for the Chinese to travel. Here, tourists visit a waterfront promenade in Hong Kong.