Asian guys can be built too, you know! Just check out these male bodybuilders posing at the Japan Bodybuilding Championships in Tokyo last Monday. I think some of them need to work on their spray-on tans. Hot or not?
I just found a picture of their girlfriends on China Daily.
Formerly an IT consultant, Pastor Joseph Prince (originally named Xenonamandar Jegahusiee Singh) made a complete career change and founded the New Creation Church in Singapore. Today, the church has around 19,000 members, but his ministry doesn’t end in Singapore. His sermons are now broadcasted weekly to millions of households across America, Canada, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and South Africa. In fact, I was flipping through some late-night television on my couch in Seattle, when I came across a broadcast of his sermon. Of course, the distinct Singaporean accent was what initially caught my attention.
Known for his personal and humorous style of preaching, his popularity has soared in the past few years. His recent book, Destined to Reign: The Secret to Effortless Success, Wholeness and Victorious Living was listed on Christian Retailing Top 100 Books. Making a generous SGD$500,000 (approximately US$360,000) a year, Pastor Joseph Prince just proves that making preaching a professional career may not be such a bad idea.
Check out one of his sermons here!
What does a community of dwarves in China do to escape discrimination? Turn themselves into a tourist attraction! Whether or not the idea settles well with you, this community from the mountain commune in Kunming, China decided to capitalize on their height instead of letting it be a barrier to social acceptance and employment. Pay an entrance fee and you will get a chance watch these people dress up like fairy tale characters to entertain you. Would you pay for this tourist attraction?
This Japanese TV program traveled to India to film Sanjay, a karate instructor, run through 100 cylinder light bulbs. Another example of the ridiculously quirky (yet totally awesome) stuff that Japanese peeps love to watch…
Ever wondered how we fobs managed to turn a simple “peace sign” into an entire collection of fobby poses? Wong Fu Productions recently released a “mockumentary” to explain this evolutionary phenomenon. I am a huge fan of these talented guys and I have to say, this video is one of my favorites. Well done Wong Fu!