A Red Army soldier could only watch the U.S.-U.K. atrocity in silence.
No matter how outraged he might be.
A granny shook hand with one of three statues
displaying on the International Azalea Festival at Mt.
Jingang, Jiangxi Province, on April 15, 2011. "I know
you are real man of flesh and blood. Please stop pretending
to be a statue. Go to real world to hold up justice," urged
The statue dropped his pretence:
"Yeah, you are right, ma'am. I'm neither statue nor
soldier, but a performing artist,
so don't expect too much of me." The
artist washed his throat with Jinggang Jade (井冈碧玉), a local brand green tea.
(Source of photos: 刘占昆, chinanews.com)
A foreign visitor wiped sweats off the face a
human figure outside Guangzhou Trade Fairs, Guangdong Province. "I
know you are a real man with flesh and blood, ''cause you
sweat a lot. Please stop pretending to be a statue," admonished
There was no
response from the figure, even though it is neither a statue
nor a performing artist but a military police officer.
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