We’ve previously showcased some great improvisational acting on the Great Wall of China, such as TTP star correspondent Brian Henderson’s “Where Can I Find a Decent Chinese Restaurant?” pose. But YouTube dance star Nonstop really kicks things up a notch!
Posts Tagged ‘China’
SUBMITTED BY: Daryl Morey LOCATION: Shanghai, China (2011) Our sources have spotted Daryl Morey, general manager of the Houston Rockets, meeting with a giant inflatable rabbit and his alien friend in the Chinese countryside. Given that our source is Daryl Morey, we believe that the reports are accurate. The creepy bunny with facial hair [...]
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Henderson LOCATION: Huangshan, China (2010) The World Expo, the global equivalent of a county fair, used to be a pretty big deal. TTP remembers hearing their parents talk about the 1964 New York World’s Fair and the 1967 Montreal Expo, which became the namesake of the short-lived baseball team. We had no [...]
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Henderson LOCATION: Xian, China (2010) Sorry, but when your military is wearing leather skirts and Las Vegas showgirl hats, you don’t scare us. (Brian Henderson is a well-traveled photojournalist with a passion for silly dance poses).
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Henderson LOCATION: Mutianyu, China (2010) There are some places where a GPS won’t help you. (Photojournalist Brian Henderson is one of our most prolific Tacky Tourist models, entertaining people from San Francisco‘s Golden Gate Bridge to Uganda‘s Imaginary Equator Line!)
When the Chinese government politely asks a t-shirt designer to stop selling political parody, there’s really only one underlying question to take into consideration: “Hmmmm… Would I rather have a few hundred dollars or have tanks run over me and my souvenir shop?“ These Obama-Mao shirts were selling as fun kitsch, like the cute Maoist [...]
SUBMITTED BY: Mark Zackin LOCATION: Hong Kong, China Blah, blah, blah, blah, Ben Stiller, blah, blah, blah. We Americans often assume that the entire world speaks English and we grow very impatient when foreign movies hire foreign-speaking actors who require subtitles. Here, in the heart of Hong Kong’s commercial district, is evidence that many foreigners [...]