China’s “Ice Boy” Goes Viral



Chris returns to deliver you the biggest China headlines of the past week.

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21 thoughts on “China’s “Ice Boy” Goes Viral

  1. Alexander Aquino January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Chris you've got to do another video on China Telecom ZTE who got into trouble in the PH few years ago on the Admin of former President Gloria Arroyo when it came into a scandal, which lead to the famous "I am sorry" speech of Gloria Arroyo. China's ZTE has back into action in the PH, they want to became the 3rd cell provider in the country..

  2. Mark Smith January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Protests broke out in Iran over the Islamic fundamentalism- people especially women are opposed to it as demonstrated by their signs. You got your false news from the ABC. Alazeera has the real news.

  3. Leechy January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Would be nice Chris if you provided links to the articles you mention in your videos in the description box so others may have a look at the whole article itself and if they want to research further.

  4. Wood Heat January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Got your adds back. Sweet.

  5. His dad can be the janitor of that empty apartment and change his name to Ed Norton because he's an idiot for having kids he can't afford, and the same goes for the rest of you. His kid will change his name to Ralph Kramden, and he'll live out his life falling for get rich quick schemes.

  6. Meh, notify me when "China's Internet coffee boy wearing blackface and a US Navy servant uniform from 1940" is the news.

  7. killer Soldier January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Long live great China from brother pakistan

  8. isaiah brooks January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Ayyyeeeee my mans!!!

  9. SBha30 January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    I love Chinese food but not a fan of their government.

  10. leonxl January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    PROPAGANDA CHANNEL

  11. raymond billones delacruz January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    glad to have you back chris!

  12. Jar Jar Trumps January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Translation from CCP propaganda:
    Dad was put to slave work in roads to Tibet, mom was starved to death because u know.. Communism. I was almost freezed to death because government doesnt give two fcks about rural communities. Please give us clothes that our glorious CCP doesnt have to spend from our economic growth. Heil Jingpin!

  13. Jar Jar Trumps January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Chris is the Ice Boy.. Just tought i would save u some time. Thank me later.

  14. xGoodOldSmurfehx January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    "Jabba The Hutt's mini-me" rofl i missed that humor

  15. Stephen Uy January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    that's right chris, keep on bashing china. the more you bash china the more china gets better and stronger. china will eventually be bashing your country which is getting shittier by the day.

  16. RI JOR January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    This is when I am reading, every day to go to school the school canteen tramp over mountains and through ravines travel over land and water, no meat, everyone because of malnutrition so long is not high, is now the memories, think hard, but did not feel! Because every one of the Chinese rural people was poor or poor. There are too many tragedies for farmers in rural China because of urban and rural discrimination and household registration restrictions.

  17. ChinesePoop January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Hi Chris, how about a video on Chink rapists & government cover up? BTW, love your channel!
    CHINA RAPE EPIDEMIC. UN SURVEY – ONE-IN-FIVE CHINESE MALE IS A RAPIST!
    The Independent (UK), Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian Wednesday 1 November 2017
    It may come as no surprise that Chinese society, stubbornly patriarchal, and its governing party, obsessed with stability, have both been unable to acknowledge the epidemic of violence against women that flourishes within the country. In a 2013 UN Population Fund survey of one Chinese county, fully one in five male respondents admitted to having committed rape. Two percent admitted they had participated in a gang rape; 44 percent of men said they had engaged in physical violence against an intimate partner.
    “This is endemic to the Chinese system, it's a severe problem,” said Leta Hong Fincher, author of the forthcoming book Betraying Big Brother: The Rise of China's Feminist Resistance. The Chinese government does not release statistics on sexual assault, viewing it as a politically sensitive social problem, Hong Fincher explained. “China doesn't want to admit how bad the problems are with sexual violence … and of course there's an ideological component to that.”
    Violent cases tend to trigger the Chinese government's instincts for self-preservation rather than criminal justice. In May 2013, after a 22-year-old woman was allegedly gang raped by security guards in Beijing and then fell to her death from a window, local authorities denied any foul play. Her family and hundreds of others protested in the southern quarter of the capital city. Riot police swarmed the protests; photos and discussion of the protests circulated online but were swiftly removed by censors.
    The denial at work is delicately intertwined with nationalism and political ideology. After the brutal gang rape and murder of a young woman on a bus in Delhi, India, in late 2012, state news agency Xinhua syndicated an article titled “A Case of Gang Rape Reflects the True India.” The episode, the piece crowed, had shocked the globe and “pulled back the veil of democracy.” When India's Daughter, the 2015 documentary about that rape, was released, it wasn't censored but rather was widely available on Chinese streaming websites. At the time, I had a Chinese colleague who, like many of the young Chinese men of his generation, evinced a confident and unquestioned nationalism. After watching the film, he expressed to me his gratitude that he hailed from a better, safer country.

  18. Dennis White January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    My favorite CIA channel – even better than Radio Free Europe in the 70's.

  19. otto711 January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Once the CIA is put out of business, China will fail and fall hard on it's pretentious flat ass. 🐸✔

  20. Mathy Don January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    That kid is tough

  21. Thoughts, Ideas, and what? January 14, 2018 at 12:42 am

    Nooooooooooo he’s back!!!!!! =-0

    Welcome! 🙂

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