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bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

in recent days, there was a great event on the fitness circle…

a bodybuilder called lara, who represents china to participate in international body building competitions has posted a fragment about practicing posture at home for a daily game on weibo. 

(the rule of the bodybuilding competition is to show your body in the pose)

the following scene is her appearance on july 15, 2018, according to the rules of the bikini competition, and her the movements are very normative in great confidence.

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

© image |lifehack

criticism from the official account

 

it is such a very normal scene to show her healthy and esthetic figure, but it was criticized by a certified network police account on weibo, describing it as

“pornographic information!

dissemination of obscenity!

illegal acts!”

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

© image | weibo

lara, a chinese, represent china to participate in these international sports competitions. she was also awarded the second prize in the bikini competition in 2016.

why competitive players who win glory for the country are accused of pornography?

 

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

© image | google

 

the most deadly comment is not from the official account. let’s see what kind of comment behind lara’s weibo, which is full of severe malice!

a last year’s bodybuilding video now is suddenly discovered by someone, deducted an erotic hat. why did this beer-drenched story happen in 2019? it’s funny!bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

after lara suffered such unfairness, she made a regular reply today (18th):

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

an official account, regarding a bodybuilder as pornographic, disappointed many netizens.

supporters ask for justice

 

the account may have realized that the direction is wrong, and later deleted the warning post, but the angry netizen still left a message under his other posts to ask for justice:

according to your judging criteria

the national bodybuilding team, 

diving team, and gymnastics team 

are should be dissolved

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

regarding healthy sport as pornographic

we are worried about the professional quality of your account 

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

 

definitely pig teammate!

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

and trying to upload the video of lara showing her figure to tencent video web, the fact is…

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

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according to the judging criteria from the official account, it’s ridiculous to judge her appearance of showing the figure as pornographic.

some netizens can’t tell what is real professional bodybuilding, and what is pornography. after all, some people have eyes but they can’t see hat is the real world, let along beauty and ugliness.

the official warning is to remind her of not spreading vulgar information, which is positive.

vicious comments

 

but you can find some comments below her post of showing figure, which is filled with severe malice.

disgusting!

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

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it’s too ugly.

the man and woman with muscle are both ugly.

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

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if you have this kind of body,

what about your sexual life?

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

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where is the webmaster?

someone is spreading exposed video here.

come here and accuse her.

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

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the woman with muscles

is like a ladyboy in china.

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

© image | lifehack

she looks like a man.

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

© image | lifehack

lara is just one of victim suffers from network violence. there is a large amount of bodybuilder suffering from network violence.

after appreciating their comments and severe malice, there is a long way to go for bodybuilding in china to win respect.

like brother maori’s post on 18, many of them are not lacking beauty-appreciation, but respect to people.

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

© image | weibo

at last, let’s see the highlight of lara in the bikini competition in ifbb, feeling the beauty of health with muscles.

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

bikini=eroticism? you may have misunderstanding to fitness!

© image | weibo

don’t bring these items when you enter / exit china!

hong kong, the world’s financial center and shopping paradise, always the first choice for many foreign friends in china. not only can you buy a wide variety of goods but also a lot of tasty food! but here’s a new notice that you should pay attention to.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

if you go to hong kong in the future, don’t bring these things, otherwise you will be fined and even jailed! ▽

e-cigarettes are banned from entering hk

 

the food and health bureau of the hong kong has recently published the “smoking (public health) (amendment) regulation 2019”. it is proposed to prohibit the import, manufacture, sale, distribution and promotion of alternative smoking products, including electronic cigarettes, to protect public health. 

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

once the new regulation is passed by the legislative council, it will be illegal to bring alternative smoking products such as e-cigarettes to hong kong in the future.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

don’t buy these “special products” 

to chinese mainland!

 

dried sea cucumber

on november 29, 2018, the customs seized 24 bags from a hong kong-born passengers at the zhuhai highway crossing port of hong kong-zhuhai-macao bridge, with a total weight of 12 kilograms of dried sea cucumbers.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

endangered animal products

on november 23, 2018, the customs seized a batch of aquatic animal products at the zhuhai highway port of hong kong-zhuhai-macao bridge, including 16 dry hippocampus (endangered animal products) of 0.05 kg. all species of the hippocampus belong to the convention on international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

imported fruit

on november 19, 2018, the customs seized a china mainland man carrying a large amount of imported fruit, including 8 packs of japanese green grape, 4 packs of korean grape, 4 ecuadorian kirin fruit, 1 box of new zealand apples, and 1 box of australian apples, total 12 kilograms and worth more than 3,000 yuan.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

spiced cardamom

on november 7, 2018, the customs intercepted a large number of cardamom originating from india for cooking spices in the inbound brigade of gongbei port, which weighed 11.6kg and worth about 65,000.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

white coral

in october 2018, the customs seized a 1.4 kilogram white coral from the baggage carried by the inbound passengers, which is the endangered species scleractinia coral.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

unidentified seafood

in june 2018, the customs intercepted a small passenger car carrying a number of unidentified seafood crabs, abalones, razor clam and other aquatic animal products, as well as some beef, in the inbound lane, totaling 22.15 kilograms.

 

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

such case still has a lot of! as of august 24, customs seized 74 percent more bird’s nest batches brought into china illegally by passengers at gongbei port.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

 

none of the above mentioned things can be brought to the chinese mainland. there are also laws and regulations that prohibit the sea cucumbers, bird’s nest, fresh fruits, all kinds of raw or cooked meat products, etc., all of which cannot be brought! violators may also be subject to administrative penalties of a fine of up to 5,000 yuan! if the circumstances are serious, you will face criminal punishment!

the following items are limited to carry

 

in addition to the above prohibited items can not be brought, there are also relevant regulations for the baggage of the entry and exit! the following types of inbound and outbound luggage are not released.

milk powder

a departing person who is at least 16 years old can only bring up to 1.8 kg (almost two cans of milk powder) of 36 months or less of infant formula. otherwise, it can be fined up to 500,000 hong kong dollars and imprisoned for 2 years.

 

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

rice

rice is a legal reserve commodity in hong kong. it is also illegal to bring more than 15kg of rice to leave hong kong.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

rmb cash

when you enter and leave hong kong, you should pay attention to it. the cash cannot exceed 20,000 yuan.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

foreign currency limit

the amount of entry and exit can be carried out in three cases:

  • on the day of entry and exit more than 1 time, the amount of foreign currency is not more than 500 us dollars

  • inbound and outbound in 15 days, the amount of foreign currency is not more than 1000 us dollars

  • in the case of non-above, the amount of foreign currency carried is not more than us$5,000.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

cigarette

in addition, the customs and excise department requires passengers to bring only 19 cigarettes into hong kong.

don't bring these items when you enter / exit china!

 

what?indian new regulation of cargo manifest & transhipment

foreign trade and freight forwarding that imports from and export to india or transshipment through india should be noticed. the indian tax authorities and customs have issued a new regulation of 2018/no. 88, the maritime cargo manifests and transhipment regulations in 2018, which will be effective on march 1, 2019 (arrival/departure date).

the shipping company has issued a notice. the new regulation stipulates that the time limit and requirements for the import of imported goods to indian ports and the export of goods out of the port of india have changed. 

 

what?indian new regulation of cargo manifest & transhipment

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the following is the requirements to the import shipments, export shipments, departure manifest, arrival manifest:

import shipment

import manifest will now be known as arrival manifest and shipping lines will be required to submit details of all import, transshipment & onboard containers to indian customs prior to departure or vessel sailing from the last port of call before calling india ports.

export shipment

export manifest will now be known as departure manifest and shipping lines will be required to submit details of all export containers to indian customs prior to departure or sailing of the vessel.

arrival manifest requirement

submit the igm relevant information, house bill of lading preferred cfs details etc. to hapag-lloyd at least 72 hours prior to the vessel sailing from last port of call before calling india ports.

departure manifest requirement

you are requested to submit shipping instruction & shipping bill to hapag-lloyd at least 48 hours prior to vessel departure from indian port of loading.

the shipping company hapag-lloyd indicates that discussions are taking place with various stakeholders to determine the edi format and specifications to facilitate the submission of the list.

 

what?indian new regulation of cargo manifest & transhipment

 © image | google

in the near future, if you have goods to india or transship through india, you should communicate with the shipping company in time.

english-speaking maids are in short supply in china!

professional, efficient, well-educated and fluent english are some of the factors that filipino maids are sought after around the world.

foreign domestic workers are 

banned in china except…

however, in china, foreigners are prohibited from doing low-end work such as domestic affairs. until 2016, in order to allow overseas scientists to stay longer and support the city’s plan to establish a global technology innovation center, shanghai allowed some foreign experts to hire foreign domestic workers.

american citizen erin tsai is a mother of three children. she already has two chinese maids, but she is looking for a filipino maid to help with her.

english-speaking maids are in short supply in china!

© image | shine

 

“i was raised by a filipino maid. they did everything from taking care of me to cleaning and cooking,” she said. “i can’t find a chinese maid that can handle so many things on her own.”

on sunday, tsai went to shanghai’s largest domestic service company which offers service for foreigners, to find her candidates. she interviewed five potential employees through a video call and seemed to have found the perfect candidate.

“she is young and single with college degree. she worked as a domestic helper in the middle east for seven years,” said tsai. “she took care of seven children for a family and she also handled other housekeeping matters.”

only 1,000 filipino maids 

with working visas in sh

according to xu jun of the agency, there are about 1,000 filipino maids in shanghai who have work visas and residence permits, but not all maids are licensed maids.

“previously, due to the high demand for hirers, there were very few legitimate filipino maids in the city, but now more people are coming to the city,” she said. “but in fact, this policy will only benefit those who make a huge economic contribution to the country.”

if a filipino maid came to china legally, her residence permit would allow her to do housekeeping services. however, some foreign employers bypass the law and hire maids by falsely claiming that they work for the company. in fact, they work in law and stay in china, and work illegally as a maid at home.

“they are also illegal, but at least the chinese authorities have their true information and can track them,” xu said. “more and more filipino maids remain in china illegally.”

zhang baoxia from the shanghai home economics industry association estimates that there are thousands of filipino maids in shanghai who do not have a work visa and residence permit. xu said that many of them are maids and hold tourist visas for overstaying.

english-speaking maids are in short supply in china!

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“some people come from hong kong, but they don’t want to come back because they have high wages in mainland china. in shanghai, they can earn 8,000 yuan ($1,170) a month, but hong kong’s monthly average salary is only 4,000 hong kong dollars ($510),” she said.

 

in recent years, local governments have taken action against filipino maids without a work visa.

“when they are with their employers, taking planes or checking in the hotel, they can be easily tracked.”

“one of my clients told me that after a police report the case to the police, the illegal filipino maid in her friend’s home was sent back to the country,” xu said.

a legal filipino maid costs an

 average of 10,000 yuan per month?

many chinese families also hope to hire filipino maids who can improve their kids’ english and hope that the policy will be further alleviated.

english-speaking maids are in short supply in china!

© image | thetelegraph

grace zhang, the mother of a 9-year-old boy, said: “i want a filipino maid because i heard that they are very professional and i want my son to speak english with her.”

she added, “i have asked the local housekeeping company and learned that the legal filipino maid costs an average of 10,000 yuan a month. it is not that expensive. the chinese domestic workers who do not do a good job charge 40 yuan per hour.”

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