Three finalists of "Super Girl" singing competition, 2005
In 2004 Shmuley Boteach – once a close friend of Michael Jackson – wrote an interesting comment about another pop-star, Madonna:
Before Madonna, it was possible for women more famous for their voices than their cleavage – like the beautiful Ella Fitzgerald and the divinely talented
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Gillian Chung – just a regular Chinese girl who this year celebrated her 30-th birthday
Few days ago LoveLoveChina was “accused” for not sticking to its credo.
Toki_Wartooth – the regular reader of this blog and the member of Shanghai Expats forum – wrote that he is interested to know about Chinese girls from
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Some years back, I was teaching a woman who had a master’s degree in counseling and who served as a counselor at a renowned Taiwanese university. Her lesbian daughter had finally come out of the closet to her. Frantic, the mother sought out studies that suggested non-genetic bases for homosexuality. And she began arranging blind dates with guys for her daughter, which the daughter complained to me about. When I asked the woman why she refused to accept the fact, she replied, “You don’t understand a mother’s love.”
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'Idol/Idle girls' pop group: 'Similarity breeds contempt'….or was that 'familiarity'?
In China itself, individualism is a somewhat unnecessary luxury for most people, it can even be something that causes a great many problems in many forms of relationships, no matter familial, personal or career related.
An example which I have heard from Chinese males
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Welcoming pink lights of barbershops
This kind of venues you can find in any big city of China. Located near a train or subway station they can be recognized by characteristic pink lighting, a sign in English saying “massage” and several scantily dressed and visibly bored girls sitting inside.
Though often presented as barber
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