In my recent Body Paint and Real Estate? post, I expressed my astonishment at the fact that women wearing little more than body paint were at a recent Chinese real estate expo. Still, at least the girls were covering their private parts, but not so at the 8th China International Ceramics Expo. And although I’ve only just found out about this, it happened way back in 2008! What the hell is going on in China? I’ve even read claims of people having sex in the open, and that it’s now officially sanctioned by the state! I know we have readers in China – please tell us what’s going on!
I came across the video above recently, and it reminded me of something I’ve been meaning to discuss for a while: what do our readers think of the modernisation – nay sexing up – of traditional Asian dress? Personally, I’m a well known aficionado of the traditional Vietnamese dress, the ao dai, but I don’t have any problem with its modernisation – indeed, the ao dai itself has evolved to where it is today through a gradual process of modernisation and “sexing up”. (Besides – as in the video above – I find a flash of skin combined with an otherwise traditional and/or formal dress quite erotic!) Anyway, that’s my opinion – what about yours?
It seems that every time we feature a model with tattoos here, we have a discussion as to the merits or otherwise of body ink. And in our previous post, one of our readers asked the intriguing question: if your girlfriend/wife/significant other got a tattoo, would you still be with them? That discussion was off-topic for that post, so even though we’ve had a discussion on tattoos before, I thought this question put an interesting enough slant on the topic to be the subject of one of my occasional “talking point” articles. Here’s your chance to have your say on girls with tattoos without personally insulting any of our feature models.Oh, and before anybody asks, the girl in the photo above is the breathtakingly beautiful Levy Tran – and I say that as someone who doesn’t like tattoos myself (but who loves beautiful Vietnamese women).
One of our readers contacted us about Jessica, who is a graphic designer and web editor from the Bay Area. She also her own personal blog called Hapa Time which is devoted to fashion, beauty, art, and photography. Jessica is also half Japanese/Caucasian, and is one the most beautiful half-Asians that I have seen in a while, so make sure that you check out her blog, especially if you are into fashion.
(Editors note: I updated this old post, since there is a new version of the uniqlock screensaver)
Today is the time to fill your computer screen with images of dancing Japanese women. Why? The uniqlock screensaver from Japanese clothing designer uniqlo is out there waiting for you!
The screensaver alternates between a minimalist display of the current time and five second videos of four young Japanese women in polo shirts and jeans performing synchronized dance moves. They dance focusing your attention away from the passing time.