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  • A.w
    A.w wrote:
    <p>We always have the tradition to air bedding in the sun (shaibeizi, 晒被子), as sunshine, with its ultraviolet rays, can kill the tiny bedbugs, mites and bacteria hidden in duvets, quilts, pillows and plush toys.</p> <p>All pictures were taken on the campus of Nanjing University of Information Science &amp; Technology on February 20, 2010, the Sunday before the new semester begins.</p> <p>Sunshine day is very very important~~~~~</p> <p><img src="http://www.ministryoftofu.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/001_thumb3.jpg" alt="" width="449" height="337" /><img src="http://www.ministryoftofu.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/004_thumb2.jpg" alt="" width="484" height="364" /><img src="http://www.ministryoftofu.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/023_thumb1.jpg" alt="" width="484" height="364" /><img src="http://www.ministryoftofu.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/024_thumb1.jpg" alt="" width="484" height="364" /><img src="http://www.ministryoftofu.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/026_thumb1.jpg" alt="" width="484" height="364" /><img src="http://www.ministryoftofu.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/010_thumb1.jpg" alt="" width="484" height="364" /><img src="http://www.ministryoftofu.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/015_thumb1.jpg" alt="" width="484" height="364" /></p>
  • Ms. Stephanie
    Ms. Stephanie wrote:

    晒晒太阳不长虫儿。。。

  • Hanna Amalie Martinsen

    因为你们中国人把自然环境破坏了,天气越变了。。所以太阳也不长虫儿。。

  • Fabian Kollen
    Fabian Kollen wrote:

    @Lukas: No, you are wrong, 地球自然环境不是被我们破坏的,而是被你身上所进化变异的狐臭给破坏的,而你又总是往身上涂抹大量的香水,这样造成了太阳黑子的泛滥和光斑形成。

  • Ms. Stephanie
    Ms. Stephanie wrote:

    pfff... Lukas, if you can't really catch my Chinese .. then it is wise you don't quote mine.  Also, you seem dumb, so I have no point to take advantage on you this time.

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    I guess airing your sheets in the sun is more economical than washing them. Since the natural environment in Beijing is so toxic that nothing lives outside, you needn't worry about getting bugs in your sheets by doing this.

    Of course, there is so much dust everywhere that you'll have to wash your sheets anyway after they've been outside for more than a minute. Therefore, I don't see the point of airing sheets as opposed to just washing them.

  • Hanna Amalie Martinsen

    @Stanley... its you who is wrong... if you wnat to see the difference go to Namibia and see clean and a healthy anvironment . perhaps you dont  know that Namibia is the second Cleanest country in the world. in that case, so we Namibians we didnt cotribute or not much to pollution if i am comparing with you Chinese. if i can tell you the time i came here (beijing), i was feeling so breathless. WHY? simply because the air here is very dense (thick) , illustrating high pollution and I even spend like a week or something without seeing the sun and its very hot. but is not that its overcast or cloudy. the same spot, i wont  be surprised if you dont know that Beijing is one of the most polluted city in the world, coz most of the chenese they dont know that. Dont feel offended, i am just spoting out facts!!!

  • Hanna Amalie Martinsen

    Ms. Stephanie..you speechless , what are you talking about???  maybe you didnt know you were refering to???? 

  • Simen Wangberg

    "coz most of the chenese they dont know that."

    Um. A lot of people that I know of that complain about the air quality in Beijing are Chinese. It's not like they breathe CO2 or something.

    And now, for some fun facts about Namibia. I'm sure you already know why it's so clean - no one fucking lives there. Population density is almost non-existent.

    But for the people that do? Somewhere around 50% of them live in poverty, and about 15% of them have HIV.

    :-D!

  • Ms. Stephanie
    Ms. Stephanie wrote:

    Lukas, yes, I'm refering you. If you don't like BJ, fine.. go somewhere without air pollution then, who ask you to breath the gas here? 

  • Fabian Kollen
    Fabian Kollen wrote:

    北京现在都是浮云,lol!

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Ami is right. If it weren't for the rest of the world buying junk from Chinese factories, China wouldn't be able to pollute nearly as much. I wish everyone would actually stand up to major polluters and create trade sanctions, instead of pretending to care about the problem while enjoying the cheaper products at their own expense.

    Just checked, my computer is made in China. FML.

  • Hanna Amalie Martinsen

    well i didnt say i dont like BJ... what i am saying is that, Beijing is polluted. just get me right. and you Mike  ,..we all know that blood is thicker than water.. every place (country) have its own funny parts.. i am not defending Namibia because i am Namibian, i am just shocked by you telling lies . there are no such figures of around 50%  people living in  porvety in Namibia. you are freaking lieing  Mike !!!! i dont think you are from the country which have no HIV in this world. these disease never originated in Namibia. its all you bustard who came to Namibia, colonise our people kill them, and infect them with the HIV you are baosting with here.In fact they will be heavely affected!!! Namibia is now 20 yrs after independence but its really at a good standard economic growth despite the world economic disrupt recently but Namibia still came out actively and still on war to fight back that  pandemic! talking about no lives in ? we are now 2.8 millions recovering from the lost billions of our people killed by the Germans and the deadly so-called wise "United Nations"mandeting the bloody South Africa to take over Namibia with the apartheid policy and proceed slaughtering Namibains. so i am seeing no reason for you to say these rubbish. you forget that there  are countries which have been independent for more than 30 yrs but still they can't be compared to Namibia in terms of economic growth and stability.i would like to know where are form... Mike... if you dont give a damn! wretch!!!

  • Hanna Amalie Martinsen

    @Ami....@Harmonious... you guys your posts are positively convincing.... thumbs up. !!!

  • Hanna Amalie Martinsen

    how smart? China being a Communist state on paper and being Capitalist in its actions (business)? is that how it is?

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    Scott, it takes two to tango. I presume you're supporting the status quo just as much as China is, are you not?

    I would love to see the civilized world boycott the United States and China for their bad environmental policies, instead of supporting them and complaining about it.

  • Hanna Amalie Martinsen

    @JZ..which last one are you refering to? and if you think i am not good at it, then you go ahead with it, wretch! i am not even a hater like you think!!!!..@Ami .. you are saying i am wrong coz you didnt understand what my point was. i spoke about pollution in china, and the question was, who polluted china? my answer was," Chinese." 你们中国人把自然环境破坏了,天气越变了. so that was it. i dont think there is any rudeness in that. anyway, some people made it clear up there, that ..its not chinese people who polluted china but rather, those big production factories which came in china..and i still dont know if those (big factories) their workforce is chinese people or foreigners..if it is,..then you prove me wrong when i say its chinese people who polluted china!!!!!...why are you feeling insulted? pollution is just pollution,..a result from human activities and failing to control it!!!

  • Hanna Amalie Martinsen

    ok... Ami..... i will be calm.... no big deal!!!

  • Anine Hagen
    Anine Hagen wrote:

    kinda funny, how people try discussing something seriously and end up with "girl-boy" comparisons, isnt it? glorious harmony ;)

    i wish the chinese people all the best in finding a "third way"! nothing less is expected from such a great civilization... at the moment, though, it looks like - excuse my choice of words - you are getting fucked inside and out just as in the last dynasty.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    Hahahahahaha ... Bernard ... I cannot help but being curious about this "last dynasty" ... could you perhaps elaborate?

  • Hanna Amalie Martinsen

    @Bernard.....i dont think its funny...its normal but i will be surprised if you can say its new to you, and if its not...then you just trying to be funny ..lol!!!

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)
  • Hanna Amalie Martinsen

    @   Ami...right track...stay cool..lol!!!

  • Hanna Amalie Martinsen

    @JZ...no problem brother man.!!!

  • Xiaodian
    Xiaodian wrote:

    action  art !!!

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