Being “rich” just got way less expensive in China.
A number of online services are now reportedly offering stock, first-person videos that flaunt wealth, which people can buy to post as their own on social media.
Autonomous sensory meridian response, or ASMR, is a sensation that is often hard to describe and the experience is something that Hong Kong YouTuber Martin Kuok wanted to share with his viewers.
Kuok, who runs the channel MAR ASMR, a hybrid of ASMR and mukbang, where the presenter eats a certain amount of food in front of the camera.
A Norwegian YouTuber, known simply as Mr. Yabatan, has become quite a hit in Japan for his antics playing a silly foreigner.
Mr. Yabatan, who has kept his real name a secret for privacy reasons, started his “cultural comedy” back in 2014. His Instagram account boasts of more than 375,000 followers while his YouTube channel has so far racked up a total of over 6.7 million views.
Whether you’re joking around while shopping at the supermarket with your dad like Twitter user Kylie Moy or using groan-inducing pickup lines like YouTuber Esa Fung, a good, old-fashion corny joke sometimes helps put a smile on your face.
A video posted on YouTube on Dec. 24 shows Fung testing out some funny yet cringey puns on his friend Lena Lemon at an Asian supermarket.
A New York-based comedian has gone viral for videos of himself lip-syncing to highly quotable and memorable scenes from classic movies such as Julia Roberts in “Erin Brockovich.”
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China’s anti-pornography office announced on June 8 that video streaming services in the country must “thoroughly clean up vulgar and pornographic ASMR content.”
The Chinese government stated that websites need to “clean up” and law enforcement agencies must hand out punishment to offenders, according to The Verge.
Blackheads extraction and pimple-popping videos have become a viral phenomenon for being oddly satisfying to watch.
Despite being disgusting, these cringe-worthy extractions are extremely popular with netizens. These types of videos even have their own popping subreddit on Reddit.
A talented artist in China has captured the hearts of netizens for her insane makeup skills that allow her to transform into international celebrities.
In her now viral videos, Jiawen Wang demonstrates how she can use makeup to look exactly like Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, and Britney Spears, among many other celebrities.
Bus passengers in Singapore found an unusual sight during an afternoon commute last week when a woman began crying on cue and asking them for money.
Begging is not only largely frowned upon in the country, but also illegal, with a 2-year jail time or fine of 3,000 Singapore dollars ($2,240) awaiting people who are caught under the Destitute Persons Act.
An angry man in China humiliated his father’s mistress by physically attacking her while a crowd passively watched the shocking scene unfold.
The public beatdown occurred in Henan province, a day before the Chinese Valentine’s Day.
In an effort to strengthen its “Great Firewall“, China is banning online videos with homosexual content after determining that they display “abnormal sexual behavior.”
The move is part of a set of new regulations issued by the China Netcasting Services Association (CNSA) concerning audio-visual online content, including cartoons, documentaries, dramas, films and short clips.
Since this YouTube star began creating her videos five years ago, millions of people around the world have tuned in to hear her whisper. Maria, aka the Gentle Whisperer, is able to send tingles up and down the spines of her over half a million subscribers.
The euphoric wave of tingles her viewers feel is called ASMR, or autonomous sensory meridian response, which is usually triggered by sounds that “feel good.” Common triggers include instructional videos, slow speech patterns, clicking sounds, painting and more.