This Chinese Youtuber Is Going Viral For Cooking Food Using Only Office Supplies

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This Chinese YouTuber Is Going Viral For Cooking Food Using Only Office Supplies
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This Chinese YouTuber Is Going Viral For Cooking Food Using Only Office Supplies

This YouTuber from China posts videos of creative ways you can cook up a meal in an office setting with materials that can be found around the office!

Chinese YouTuber Ms. Yeah, has been making a name for herself uploading unique videos that feature her making various dishes using only the ingredients and various supplies found around her office. Her videos also show off her sense of humor as she casually cooks at a desk while her coworkers get on with their work like nothing strange is afoot. Its not hard to see why she already has a following of over 45 000 people.

Chinese Parents Find Their Missing Daughter After 15 Years Through a Viral Video
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Chinese Parents Find Their Missing Daughter After 15 Years Through a Viral Video

After watching a video of a disabled beggar singing on the street, this Chinese family believes that they have finally found their missing daughter.

When Mou Cuicui ran away from home 15 years ago, her family had thought theyd never see her again. Due to a viral video, however, they may be reunited after all this time.

Cuicuis younger brother came across a video of a disabled homeless woman singing in the street and noticed she seemed a little too familiar. He immediately showed his parents, and all 3 noticed the woman in the video looked just like their missing daughter, Cuicui. After watching the clip over and over, the family is certain that it is her.

Chinese Man Marries Robot With Plans To Upgrade Her To Do Housework For Him
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Chinese Man Marries Robot With Plans To Upgrade Her To Do Housework For Him

A Chinese engineer has decided to marry a robot he built himself after his family pressured him to get married.

A 31-year-old Chinese engineer named Zheng Jiajia recently married his special bride, a robot he designed to look like a woman. Zheng plans to continue working on her, hoping she will one day behave like an actual human being.

Zheng graduated from Zhejiang University in 2011 with a masters degree in artificial intelligence and went on to relocate to an area of Hangzhou known as Dream Town, a very popular internet and tech startup hub in the city.

[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.04.14 - 2017.04.16
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[HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.04.14 - 2017.04.16

"The Fate of the Furious" overtakes "Beauty and the Beast" for pole position...

Bill Condon's "Beauty and the Beast" was unable to secure a fifth-straight run at the top because of the arrival of a high-octane action film from director F. Gary Gray. "The Fate of the Furious" (also known as Fast Furious 8), the eighth film in the franchise, arrived last Wednesday and scooped up the lion's share of the stubs (63.82%); from 1,467 screens around the country, "The Fate of the Furious" claimed 1.05 million admissions ($10.5 million). The film, which cost $250 million to produce, boasts an ensemble cast including Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges, and others. Worldwide, the 'F8' has already grossed over half a billion dollars.

Beauty YouTuber Mykie Made A Makeup Tutorial of the United Airlines Victim
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Beauty YouTuber Mykie Made A Makeup Tutorial of the United Airlines Victim

Mykie, a YouTube beauty vlogger, recently created a makeup tutorial based on United Airlines victim, David Dao.

According to her YouTube biography, Mykie is a self-taught LA based professional beauty and special effects makeup artist. She has uploaded more than 130 videos, many of which are makeup tutorials, to her account and currently has almost 2,000,000 subscribers.

Mykie has been under fire for uploading a makeup tutorial video that was based on United Airlines victim, David Dao.