August 11, 2010
Edited by James M. Kelly
World Orgy Record in Japan :
Often known for doing things beyond the fringe it is not unusual to find that Japan has once more gone over the limits.
Japan has successfully set a new world record. Having two hundred and fifty men and two hundred and fifty ladies who started to have sex in the same place at the exact same time, finishing the world largest orgy ever! The Orgy was held in a warehouse with a pro camera crew taking photographs and recording the whole event, which was pretty hot and sticky.
Orgy girls standing World Record in Japan :
Biggest Orgy picture think what it’s got to be like to come stumbling across a room stuffed with 5 hundred folk having oral sex and screwing their brains out. Not to bad a technique to end your day huh? Orgy girls standing exposed World Record in Japan : Largest Orgy picture It all appeared rather too organised for our personally liking but leave it to the Japanese to do a goal. Particularly if it had anything to do with exposed ladies and sex.
Not surprisingly this was photographed from every conceivable angle and the producers offer for sale a DVD for US$40. Could this hit the top selling charts?
June 3, 2010
Beijing reader contribution.
Edited by James M. Kelly
Chinese Professor Sent to Jail for Hosting Sex Parties *
By day, he is an overzealous computer science professor
devoted to lecturing varsity undergrads about PC design,
object-oriented programming and software engineering. But
by night, he is a cool sexpreneur who manages a swingers’
club and hosts non-public orgies in his little two-bedroom
crib. Swinging Professor Chinese Professor Sent to Jail for
Hosting Sex Parties picture Meet Ma Yaohai, 53, a former PC
science lecturer at the Nanjing Varsity of Technology in
Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China. He is a twice-divorced PC
geek who worked unceasingly to support his hurting Mummy
and maintain their two-bedroom flat.
Now meet ‘Bighornyfire’ or ‘Roaring Potent Fire’ ( as he
has known in the cyber world ), a midnight freak answerable
for organizing over 35 orgies since 2007. When he isn’t
online sharing tempting details of his sexual escapades, he
can be discovered mingling with other local swingers or
knocking boots with numerous other group-sex groupies. All
was well with Ma’s hedonistic life up till last Aug, when
he and twenty-one others were rounded up, arrested and
afterwards charged with group licentiousness.
While the other suspects all plead guilty and received
sentences from probation to jail terms of nearly 2- 0.5
years, Ma tried to prove his innocence and was thus sent to
trial. Ma lost the trial, which ironically lasted only a
month, and was sentenced on May twenty, 2010, to a 3- 0.5
year bid in jail. Added to that, his position with Nanjing
Varsity was ended and he has been discredited as a
professor. Regardless of the countless problems, Ma remains
mutinous. While being interviewed with China Daily, he
related, What we probably did, we did for our own
Folk selected to do it of their own free will and they
could stop at any point. We troubled no one. Sadly for the
professor, the sole group sex he is going to be performing
for the subsequent 3- half years will be in jail. And more
frequently than not, jail sex isn’t consensual!
May 25, 2010
Toyko Reader Contribution
Edited by James M. Kelly
Japan’s Crying Sumo Contest — Loud Babies Wanted!
A baby wailing its arms, howling in misery and shedding tears galore is typically perceived as a sign that Little Timmy or Little Tina needs his/her diaper changed. However, this general outlook doesn’t apply to Japan—or at least not to Japan’s notorious ‘Crying Sumo’ contest.
Crying Sumo Contest Japan’s Crying Sumo Contest — Loud Babies Wanted! picture
The Nakizumo festival, which translates to ‘baby cry sumo,’ is celebrated every year outside a Buddhist shrine in Tokyo known as the Senso-ji Temple. The most recent incarnation of this wild and wacky tradition occurred Sunday, April 25, and included a Buddhist monk, a batch of overweight shrine officials attired in sumo gear—although some news outlets claim that they are in fact sumo wrestling students—and, of course, a bunch of really ticked-off babies.
The Nakizumo Festival Japan’s Crying Sumo Contest — Loud Babies Wanted! picture
The festival first begins with a blessing from the monk, who according to ABC “dabs a ceremonial stamp on the forehead of each baby.” Then each sumo picks up a baby and is tasked with making it cry; in fact, whosever baby bursts into tears first is heralded as the winner. And in case two babies simultaneously begin bawling, victory then goes to whosever baby cries the loudest.
Making Baby Cry Japan’s Crying Sumo Contest — Loud Babies Wanted! picture
Tactics used to break the babies include gently shaking them left and right or rocking them up and down, growling and making mean, scary faces. In case a baby dares and laughs (it does happen), monks donning frightful masks are brought in to assist. All the while, the head monk utters “nake, nake,” which means “cry, cry.”
Monk With Mask Japan’s Crying Sumo Contest — Loud Babies Wanted! picture
Thousands of mothers line up every year to volunteer their babies, who must be no younger than 6 months and no older than 3 years, into the competition. Not only is winning good in that it sucks to lose, but children capable of producing an “impressive wail” are considered to be in better health than those too shy or weak in vocal chords to do as such.
Mothers Volunteering Babies Japan’s Crying Sumo Contest — Loud Babies Wanted! picture
Several theories exist as to the Nakizumo festival’s origins, but it is speculated that the tradition began approximately 400 years ago during the Edo era, which encompasses 1603-1867. However, some claim that a crying baby once removed the presence of a malicious ghost. Either way, the Crying Sumo competition continues to this day.
For a glimpse into this year’s festival, take a glimpse below. Parents against baby cruelty might want to look away.
December 3, 2009
Edited by James M. Kelly
China, second to UK to launch Arabic TV channel
To showcase the “real China” to the Middle East and North Africa, China is launching an Arabic language TV channel. In an attempt to promote state-controlled media organizations to go global, the television station will broadcast news, entertainment and cultural programs 24 hours a day.
Zhang Changming, the vice-president of CCTV stated, “It is imperative for us to be a multi-language, multi-faceted and multi-perspective broadcaster. We hope the world can know China, and China can know the rest of the world even better.” he added.
Up until now CCTV had been telecasting channels in English, French, Spanish and Chinese. From 25th July onwards, around 300 million people across 22 Arabic-speaking countries will be able to access the new Arabic channel.
However, the broadcasters have not disclosed the cost of the channels or the number of viewers as yet. It is believed, that the channel will start off with about 80 staff members, and will be taken care of by Arabic-speaking Chinese presenters.
Mr. Zhang said the actual reason, is to defy the distorted views about China, put across by various foreign broadcasters. “Our principle is to be real, to be objective, to be accurate and transparent. CCTV will present the world with the real China,” he added. However, he did not speak about the routine censoring of Chinese media outlets and the limitations they have to keep in mind while covering a story.
In the month of September, CCTV will be ready to launch a Russian-language channel as well. With the objective of promoting views of Chinese people to foreigners, the Chinese-language Global Times newspaper published an English edition in April.
China is not the only country, which is telecasting to the Middle East. UK’s BBC launched its own Arabic TV channel, funded by the public, in the preceding year.
October 26, 2009
Edited by James M. Kelly
Beijing to issue 900,000 coupons to promote patriotic films!
To encourage the viewers in watching patriotic films, Beijing cinema theatres have started issuing 900,000 coupons to all the moviegoers from 1st September 2009. It was stated by Mr. Wang Jian, (an official with the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Radio and Television) that from 1st September to 20th September, coupons will be provided to all moviegoers after they buy a ticket for a domestic film at any cinema hall in Beijing.
Further, as per Mr. Wang’s saying, special movies are being screened from 30th August. These movies are screened for orphans, children of migrant & model workers of Beijing. He also said that from 1st October to 30th November, audiences with a coupon would have to pay only 10 yuan ($1.50) for a ticket to any movie being shown. This facility would help them in bringing home more audiences as this option of ticket and coupon system is of minimally priced as compared to an average ticket price of 34 yuan.
Mr. Wang states: “We hope all residents are able to share the achievements of China’s film industry during the past 60 years.” It is being expected that about 900,000 people will go to the cinemas during this time.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China on 1st October, it is being planned to screen a series of patriotic films from September throughout the month of October across all the movie theatres in Beijing.
Among the series of films to be screened, ‘Jian Guo Da Ye’ or ‘The great cause of China’s founding’, is one of them. It will be releasing on 17th September across the country. The main attraction of this movie is the casting of 100 stars, including super stars from Hollywood like Jet Li, Jackie Chan and Andy Lau.
October 25, 2009
Edited by – James M. Kelly
Muslims in Malaysia barred from a rock concert
Muslims in Malaysia have been barred from a rock concert that is being organized by beer giants Guinness. According to the Malaysian government, rules of the country forbid alcohol companies from organizing any event. However, an exception was made for this event in the hope that it will boost tourism, but Muslims have been strictly prohibited from the event.
The Malaysian government, in the past few days, has launched an extensive campaign against alcohol consumption by Malaysian Muslims. A Muslim woman was sentenced to canning by an Islamic court for drinking beer in public. However, the sentence was cancelled afterwards. The government has also banned the sale of alcohol in retail shops as part of its campaign against alcohol consumption by Muslims in the state.
Guinness has organized a concert near Kuala Lumpur as a celebration marking the 250th anniversary of its flagship brewery in Dublin. A famous rock band ‘The Black Eyed Peas’ are to perform in this concert on 25th September. But this ban on Muslims by the authorities has cast a shadow of doubt on the concert since over 60% of Malaysia’s population is Muslim.
This is not the first time that foreign performers had to face protest by the conservative Muslim society in Malaysia. Earlier, artists like Gwen Stefani and Avril Lavigne were hit by restrictions on grounds of immodest clothing, thus forcing them to change their whole attire to make it more descent.
According to the officials, only non Muslims who are over the age of 18 will be allowed to enter the concert, and Guinness will not be allowed to use its logo on the publicity materials. It is, however, not clear as to how the Malaysian authorities will enforce this ban on Muslims. Earlier performances in Malaysia, including one by the Black Eyed Peas in 2007, were always open to Muslims and enjoyed huge success in terms of crowds.
October 25, 2009
Edited by James M Kelly
Iran attempts to enter into the video games market
Numerous video game developers from Iran assembled together at Gamescom, Cologne to showcase the games developed by them. The main aim of these game developers from Iran was to establish contacts, showcase their games and see whether the western retailers would sell their games.
However, they were aware of the fact that the political situation in their country would pose a challenge to them from achieving their goals. “We need more investors,” said Amir Tarbyatjoui, head of Parsan Business Development Solutions who represented the Iranian lobby. “The [US] sanctions do affect our industry, but they cannot stop it.”
Mr. Tarbyatjoui believes that Iran is becoming a global player in the video game industry, and this event in Cologne was to showcase their capabilities. “We are using this event to promote what is happening in the Iranian gaming industry,” he said.
“We believe we have more potential and we want to promote that potential.”
Most of the video games showcased by the Iranian developers had the unique Iran mythology as the basic theme. According to Mr. Tarbyatjoui, most of the games developed by western countries portrayed the Greek and the Roman mythology, but Iran also has its own mythology which could effectively be used in modern day games.
Iran emerged into the video game industry in 2007, with a game called Special Operation 85: Hostage Rescue. This game showed two nuclear scientists from Iran being kidnapped by Israel, while players acted as Iranian Special Forces and rescued the scientists while battling the Israel and American forces.
Speaking on the success of this years showcase, the Iranian group confirmed their presence in the next years E3 expo in Los Angles. However they told the media that there will not be a dedicated stall of Iranian game developers next year due to the strained relationship between Iran and the USA.
July 4, 2009
Posted by: James M. Kelly Editor
mcm media reshapes online music landscape with launch of Digital Entertainment Network
Yahoo!7 Music partnership announced
3 July 2009: Online music streaming is taking a significant step forward in Australia with mcm media today announcing the launch of the Digital Entertainment Network (DEN). The DEN is a high quality music audio and video player that is distributed across some of the nation’s leading entertainment sites and it will reshape the online music streaming landscape by offering consumers the world’s largest legal high quality free to stream music audio and video on demand.
Key distribution partners include News.com.au, The Daily Telegraph, APN’s regional sites and Yahoo!7 Music, which was relaunched yesterday. mcm media’s own Take 40, The Hot Hits and movideo will also form part of the DEN.
Consumers have been quick to embrace DEN, with 500,000 users streaming more than 4.5 million audio and videos from mcm media’s websites, thehothits.com and take40.com, during June 2009. DEN is also proving very engaging, with consumers averaging seven videos per session.
According to Simon Joyce, mcm media CEO, the appetite for music streaming has never been greater.
“Music is more accessible than ever and consumers have never been more passionate about it. The DEN plays to this passion point, allowing consumers to legally stream high resolution online music audio and videos for free. In fact the DEN’s proprietary media player is widely recognised as best practice for high quality music audio and video streaming and it allows consumers to build and view their own playlists from DEN’s huge catalogue of more than 6500 videos on demand without leaving their favourite site.
“We believe the DEN will radically change consumers, publishers, advertisers, and music label perceptions about online music video,” said Joyce.
Publishers benefit from editorial playlist control, access to the world’s largest catalogue of legal high quality music videos with rights from the four major record labels; and best practice audio and video music delivery, allowing the publishers to use this content to grow their respective sites.
The DEN operates on an advertiser funded basis and offers advertisers a new way to buy online video advertising reaching a potential audience of more than 2.8 million music lovers each month. The advertising model is very simple, with the consumer viewing an initial track before seeing one targeted TVC followed by another three tracks. This equates to approximately ten minutes of content to 30 seconds of advertising. The DEN offers advertisers a number of ways to effectively target their audience online through music including music genre, geographic location, time-of-day, or by specific content.
The DEN is made possible through a partnership with the four major record labels – Universal Music, Sony music, Warner Music and EMI.
Joyce went on to comment: “The DEN offers the music labels the easiest way to deliver music videos to the audiences of leading entertainment sites whilst ensuring that the artists are being remunerated accordingly. It also offers a premium promotional platform to expose new artists.”
The Digital Entertainment Network is already set for further growth with additional publishers in the pipeline and current publisher partners indicating their intention to leverage the new content provided by the DEN to grow their online audiences.
Bruno Fiorentini, Chief Operating Officer, Yahoo!7
“One of our key goals is to ensure the stickiness of our site and to do this we have to always focus on delivering the best user experience. We’ve selected DEN as a partner for our new Yahoo!7 Music site as it delivers premium music content, uses the best possible technology and will ensure our audience can enjoy all the music content they love without leaving our site.”
Julian Lai, Product Marketing Manager, Twentieth Century Fox
“DEN’s music content provides our clients with an excellent opportunity to target a highly relevant audience and it will enable us to become more efficient in both our media buying and tracking which will allow us to allocate our spend more efficiently.”
Gavin Parry, General Manager – Digital, Sony Music Entertainment Australia
“The quality of the audio and video ensures that the music is consumed as it was meant to be with great sound, high resolution and most importantly the music creators are being remunerated. Through DEN consumers get free access to a licensed music service and if the consumer wants to purchase, they are only one click away.”
About mcm media
mcm media is a leading producer of national radio, online, television and mobile content and delivers innovative marketing solutions to its advertiser clients. It is renowned for its nationally syndicated radio brands including Take 40 Australia®, The Hot Hits®, Planet Rock®, My Generation®, The Jonathan Coleman Experience and Better Homes and Gardens® Radio Show.
mcm media also publishes several of the nation’s top rating music entertainment websites, including take40.com, thehothits.com and movideo.com. The company has developed and produced several television series, including Live at The Chapel® and Take 40 Live Lounge® and is a growing supplier of online audio and audio visual entertainment content
mcm media is one of three operating subsidiaries of the mcm entertainment group, one of Australia’s most progressive media entertainment, digital solution and new media technical innovation organisations. Floated on the Australian Stock Exchange in 2007, mcm entertainment trades under the ASX code MEG.
mcm media reshapes online music
June 29, 2009
Edited by: James M. Kelly
The gambling industry in Macau was all set to overtake its counterpart in Las Vegas, but the recent financial turmoil has hit them very hard. In 2002, the local government abolished their monopoly over the gaming market. This led to casinos from all over the world, rushing in to tap the wealthy resources of the Chinese. Macau soon became synonymous as the ‘Asian Las Vegas’. The first American company to enter the market was Las Vegas Sands, which opened the Sands Macau casino in 2004 — and earned back its $285 million investment in the very first year.
Macau, which was once known as ‘the most exciting growth story of the decade’ is now suffering at the hands of the Chinese Government and the current recessionary scenario. Last year, Chinese authorities without explanation began restricting the number of citizens who were allowed to enter Macau.
Gaming revenues fell to $3.3 billion in the first quarter of 2009 – a decline of almost 13% compared to the same period a year earlier. The number of visitors to the city dropped by nearly 10% in the first quarter, and this has hit the hoteliers and casino owners hard. They had to shelve most of their expansionary plans and take a hit on their bottom lines. The hardest hit has been the Las Vegas Sands, who had envisioned transforming a strip of the island into a Las Vegas replica. But now they are struggling to even find financiers for their projects.
Although, things are looking down and out for the gambling industry in Macau, yet analysts are positive about a turnaround pretty soon. They believe that the Chinese economy is strengthening, which is going to benefit the city’s tourism sector. They also believe that the Chinese Government is relaxing its visa restrictions, which will enable more people to enter Macau and enjoy the Asian Las Vegas.
June 11, 2009
Edited by: James M. Kelly
The famous movie star, Jackie Chan, who is loved by fans all across the globe for the extraordinary martial arts skills he displays in his movies, met the students who survived the fatal earthquake in China’s Sichuan Province last year. The actor joined the students on the eve of the earthquake’s anniversary in singing a song that helped boost their morale.
Jackie Chan visited the Beichuan Middle School, which was one of the worst affected schools in the quake. He sang a song titled “Nation” alongwith the students present over there. Jackie Chan and his team are promoting this song since they shot a music video on it in April this year. This song was dedicated to PRC on its 60th anniversary.
The national flag of China covering a space of 5,000 square meters was unfurled by Jackie Chan on the school playground. The 55-year-old star shouted, “Go! Beichuan” meaning, “Go! China”, which was echoed by more than 1,000 students present in the ceremony.
The students were elevated to meet their much-admired movie star and were happy that he came to lend his support to them. Jing Shengxi, a student of the Beichuan Middle School commented, “I really feel the strength of our nation after the quake. The song gives me a better understanding of the relationship between the nation and a family”.
The principal of the school, Liu Yachun expressed his happiness and sense of integrity by saying, “We would not have such bright smiles today without a strong nation. I hope every student can make best use of time, remember the love, make a better self and help build a strong nation.”
Last year, nearly 1,000 students as well as teachers of the school went missing or were declared dead in China’s worst-ever earthquake that happened on May 12. The construction of the new school will commence from the may 12 this year from the donations received by China from all over the globe.
The earthquake was recorded having a magnitude of 8.0 on the Richter scale was responsible for the misery of over 87,000 people who either died or went missing.