10 November, 2005

sex survey

The Durex 2005 Global Sex Survey has been published, Curzon at Coming Anarchy examines the results.:

* Greeks do it the most, followed by Croatia, Serbia, and Bulgaria.

* Malaysians like to do it in the toilet and their parent’s bedroom

* Thais like to use porn.

* Indians are late to start and faithful at it.

* South Africans risk their lives doing it (which may explain a lot) as do women from New Zealand.

* The Chinese are least happy (22%!) with it.

* The Japanese do it the least, again (just 45 times a year); Singaporeans rank second to last (at 73 times a year).

* Canadian women like it more than Canadian men.

* Australians are average.

Also note,Taiwanese are the most likely (47%) to use vibrators as a sex aid;

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by @ 8:17 pm. Filed under Japan, Singapore, China, India, Taiwan, Malaysia, East Asia, Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, Global/grober, Australia


George Bush will visit China on the 19th of this month, following months of careful planning and diplomacy. A lot of work is done laying the ground for such meetings, to make sure they can be viewed as a success by both sides. AsiaPundit hasn’t yet figured out how arranging a White House visit for the Dali Lama fits into that equation.:

Dalaibush7WfThe Tibetan spiritual leader and head of state of the exiled Tibetan government, the Dalai Lama met yesterday at the White House with President Bush. Also present to welcome His Holiness were the First Lady Laura Bush, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card, National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley, Under-Secretary of State for Global Affairs and Democracy and Special Coordinator on Tibet Paula Dobriansky, and Director for Asian Affairs Michael Green. Accompanying the Tibetan leader were his Special Envoy Lodi Gyari, Representative for the Americas Tashi Wangdi and Secretary Tenzin N. Taklha. Following the meeting with President Bush, the third such meeting for the two leaders, Secretary Rice and the Dalai Lama held further talks at the State Department. He is due to meet US Congressional representatives next week.

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by @ 7:37 pm. Filed under China, Asia, East Asia, Northeast Asia, Tibet

hu has a mean streak?

The Horse’s Mouth points to an article from The Independent which suggests the Chinese leader, Hu Jintao, has a bit of a mean streak:

Three years on, dreams of a more democratic China have been dashed by the enigmatic and withdrawn Hu. Dissidents have been rounded up and the media and internet subject to ever-increasing restrictions, while the 69 million CCP members have been ordered to brush up on their Marxism-Leninism and the thought of Mao Zedong.

But then Hu had shown his ruthless side in 1989 in Tibet, imposing martial law after supporters of independence had demonstrated in Lhasa. Some 70 were shot dead by police. Hu had spent much of his career in the backwaters of western China, so little was known about him before he came to power.

For a brief profile on Hu Jintao also see, Hu Jintao: A who2 Profile.

by @ 11:09 am. Filed under China, Censorship, Tibet

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