The viral Japanese YouTube channel “Eaten Pig after 100 Days” has allegedly reached its climax, causing some netizens to experience an existential crisis.
What happened: The owner first uploaded a video of Kalbi, the cute mini pig star of the YouTube channel, on May 25, when the pig was only 75 days old – the pig was born on Feb. 27, The Standard Hong Kong reported. He religiously uploaded videos of Kalbi regularly to the channel that later developed a strong following online.
Just months after Dolce & Gabbana published a racially-insensitive ad and designer Stefano Gabbana made racist comments against the Chinese people, the fashion label is once again infuriating Chinese netizens.
This time, the Italian luxury fashion brand has drawn the public ire for selling a new line of clothes with designs inspired by the Lunar New Year.
A wild boar in Qiangyuan, Guangdong province, China, froze in fear when it realized the bridge it had accidentally stumbled upon was made of glass.
A female college student who is living in a dormitory had to make a very hard decision to give up her pet “miniature pig” after the animal grew to its full adult size.
The student, who is studying at Guangdong Vocational College of Industry and Commerce in Guangdong, China bought the miniature pig online and she figured that it wouldn’t be that hard to keep the animal a secret from school administrators.
FaceBook user ☠☠ 涂東東 專頁 ☠☠ has uploaded shocking footage of a massive wild boar eating out of a dumpster near a school in Hong Kong.The boar impressively stands on its hind legs as it reaches into the dumpster, an entourage of lesser pigs standing by to collect scraps from their behemoth of a buddy.
A kindergarten in China sparked discussions on social media after it dissected a whole pig in front of students.
As seen in a viral Pear video, a man in white cut the pig open and pulled out its organs while explaining the process to more than 600 children, Sohu reported.
Researchers in Java, Indonesia, were thrilled to announce the first ever captured footage of the elusive and almost extinct species Javan warty pig, also known and referred to as the “World’s Ugliest Pig.”
The species, which was previously thought to have become extinct, was caught on the wild with the camera traps set up by the researchers for the study designed by Dr. Johanna Rode-Margono, a South East Asia field program coordinator at the U.K.’s Chester Zoo, alongside Indonesian researcher and Project Manager, Shafia Zahra, according to Fox News.
A Chinese farmer in Shenyang has built an epic slide platform to teach his pigs to dive. The unorthodox practice of pig diving is said to increase the immune system of pigs which also enhances the quality of pork meat as well as its price.
This is something Shenyang farmer Niu Fuquan hoped to achieve as he constructed a makeshift multi-layer inclined platform specifically built for pigs of varying diving experience. According to The Daily Mail, Li Xiang Tian Yuan farm has two diving platforms for their pigs, one is a 1 meter platform and the other stands at 3 meters high.