phil_joe

phil_joe


Phil, nothing but Phil.

— phil_joe
Report User
We too have such a fountain 1 comments
phil_joe · 4 days ago
In China, it's kinda popular for water driving marble ball rolling means money keeps rolling in.
How I've always imagined WW3 will start 1 comments
phil_joe · 5 days ago
Never thought I will see China's state owned tv news here...
He Never misses the chance of free kick 1 comments
phil_joe · 2 weeks ago
We really need more this kind of person in China. It's in China, yes.
Bike and a Van 1 comments
phil_joe · 3 weeks ago
Guys, China again... And riding a bike with umbrella is really some weird scene you expect to see a lot here.
That's why you should sit at the left side 1 comments
phil_joe · 8 weeks ago
On the contrary while in the UK.
Don't you bother me hooman 1 comments
phil_joe · 9 weeks ago
Michael Catson! And he's a China Cat!
Asian friends 1 comments
phil_joe · 10 weeks ago
I am sure it's somewhere in Yun‘nan, a south-western province in China.
I REALLY need to take this exit! 1 comments
phil_joe · 10 weeks ago
Well, it's not rare in China...
You're in my spot. 1 comments
phil_joe · 10 weeks ago
From the parking sign and the plate... It's in Beijing, China.
Progression of the TV 1 comments
phil_joe · 12 weeks ago
It's actually the Progression of the Colour TV.
Good morning.................... 1 comments
phil_joe · 12 weeks ago
Really wish I could live in such a world...
Chinese former preme minister visiting Germany 1 comments
phil_joe · 13 weeks ago
Luckily he spread his fingers...lol
Wcgw 1 comments
phil_joe · 13 weeks ago
Again, freeway (they are not free actually) in China...
One last hit 1 comments
phil_joe · 13 weeks ago
Yeah, and it's in China! Tremble now, the whole WORLD!
The baby splitter 1 comments
phil_joe · 13 weeks ago
Haha... the whole torso is fake. Only the baby's head and hands are the actual one. Sorry for the spoiling! :P
After a few beers everything looks good 1 comments
phil_joe · 13 weeks ago
It's actually making fun of "single-dog" in Chinese internet-language.
Cool sculpture! 1 comments
phil_joe · 15 weeks ago
Well, in China, it's a common item you can find in the local bazaars. Only $2 around.
Crossing a street in Vietnam at night 1 comments
phil_joe · 16 weeks ago
Well, Vietnam is not alone. In most cities in China, it's a normal scene that you can see anywhere...
At the Nanchang Changbei International Airport in China today 1 comments
phil_joe · 19 weeks ago
It was actually this Monday... hours later, the same thunderstorm arrived in Shanghai, where I live.
North Korean Cheerleaders at the Winter Olympics 1 comments
phil_joe · 20 weeks ago
Well, just about less than 40 years ago, when I was a little boy in China, we were educated in that way too: Orchestrated greeting to some foreign VIPs visiting the town or some national/international sports games, or even some political parade (yes, we were even allowed to take part in the parades organized by the communist party then). So this is really not something strange to Chinese like me.
Samurai "Bob Ross" style painting 1 comments
phil_joe · 21 weeks ago
It's actually a Chinese artistic tech which is called "internal drawing" with a history of 300 years. And what the painter drew is a Chinese ancient general leading his troops towards battle ahead, not a Japanese Samurai. The armour, weapon, and the style of the army flag are typical Chinese ancient style.
90 year old man with his 90 year old finger 1 comments
phil_joe · 21 weeks ago
Well, that was famous in China 30 years ago, only to be revealed fake later: there is some kind of support and holding system behind this monk and the camera angle hid it.
Cat beats up lion 1 comments
phil_joe · 22 weeks ago
It's a tiger actually. And funny thing is that in Chinese legends Cats taught Tigers everything except climbing trees... and that saved them from being eaten by Tigers.
Thousand drones at the Winter Olympics 1 comments
phil_joe · 22 weeks ago
Later news revealed it's a pre-recorded video footage, not a live real one. Shame! Same as Beijing's "big-foot-fireworks" in 2008.
So this is amazing - Highlight from the 1st China National Wushu Games 1 comments
phil_joe · 29 weeks ago
Well, it's really fantastic performing. The cadets studied those choreographies very hard in the schools, trying to win a medal or two and joining the Kung-fu film industries. However, it's not working if you are really trying to protect yourself with this.