Category Archives: Humour

Christine Jang’s Most Popular Korean Lesson

Last year, Korean language teacher Christine Jang gained Internet notoriety after a particular part of one of her video lessons went viral, thanks to her delightfully unique pronunciation of the world’s most popular soft drink.

Due to their chagrin, those at the language study website that produced the video, have long since edited the infamous segment to omit Miss Jang’s erroneous vowel substitution (and claim copyright infringement whenever they catch the unedited clip posted somewhere, in order to get it yanked). However, you can enjoy it in its original, unedited form above. Those of you who feel the need to hear Miss Jang say what she says over and over for a full hour and would rather do that than seek professional help, you can do so here. Study hard.

EDIT: Due to this post’s original video being deleted by Break, it’s been replaced with a wonderfully-edited Youtube version of said video, which even more thoroughly emphasizes Miss Jang’s dedication as a teacher.

Happy New Year From Asian Sirens


Well it seems we survived the end of the world (again), although the fact that so many people continue to believe in these predictions (especially from a race that failed to predict its own demise) never ceases to amaze me. Anyway, as we are still here at the start of 2013 (it’s already the 1st here in oz as I’m writing this), I would like to wish all of our readers a very happy new year. We have some very exciting (and frankly long overdue) changes coming this year, so make sure you stay with us through 2013!

Charlie Bit My Finger and Viral YouTube Videos

The video above – from the people who brought us Sexy Mandarin – appears to be the latest YouTube video to go ‘viral’. It’s actually a spoof of the most viewed video on YouTube ever, the infamous Charlie Bit My Finger. Personally, I find the original video pretty lame, although I find the new one quite entertaining, for obvious reasons! Along with my previous post on YouTube sensation Natalie Tran, this led me to wonder: what is it that makes a YouTube video go viral? I am very interested to hear our readers’ opinions on this!BTW, I will be doing a feature soon on the new models at Sexy Mandarin. Here’s the two girls from this video, Candice and Vrenna:



Here’s a behind the scenes video: