We write about this with hesitation, because
it is increasingly tedious that anything with flesh or a hint of boobies reaches China’s squeel factor and becomes “news-worthy” this is a blog which is so good that we are scared of the competition.
Mu Mu is her name and she is here
until the next girl bares her bum for her fifteen seconds of fame to stay. Mu Mu shares her thoughts with the world on her blog, and — get this — takes photos of herself undressing. Genius. She has therefore, of course, found her way to the national press.
This has been done long ago by Mu Zimei — unrelated as far as we know — who wrote about sex (tee-hee!) and her sexual adventures. Mu Zimei struck media-gold by apparently boinking a celebrity, and then plastered her filth in a book which was censored. Is it bad that the powers that be censored such “sex education” to youths who were interested, or good that their brains were saved from reading worthless tripe?
Probably the latter Who knows.
Another sister wit’
boobies attitude also had her blog and a book censored thank God. Sister Lotus was her name and boobies prancing around onstage like a fool was her game. Yet again the public, who are increasingly curious about boobies who wanted to know more about her boobies day-to-day thoughts, revelations and inspirational epiphanies and whims about the id, world affairs and thoughts on proposed changes to the LBW rule were alas disappointed.
Mu Mu says “After watching my body, if I expose my face to you then the only thing left will be emotion.” Wendy Liu of City Weekend says, “Well, in a way I agree — it doesn’t matter if she does or does not expose her face on her blog … Mu Mu really is a rising star to watch.”
Students to the school-of-thought that teaches “you don’t look at the mantle-piece when you’re stoking the fire” may agree whole-heartedly with that statement, but we do not. We’re all about the face. And the boobies. If we’re being honest.
A Party Girl Leads China’s Online Revolution (New York Times)
Also on Shanghaiist:
China’s Online Celebrities: From Mu Zimei to Furong Jiejie