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Zhongguancun Xiaosan Gate Diao Lili sex photos.

Some reports have named this “Zhongguancun Xiaosan Gate” while others have named it “Zhongguancun Sexy Photos Gate“. Zhongguancun is often called the “Silicon Valley of China” and is located in northwest Beijing’s Haidian District.

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Xiaosan Gate

Synopsis: In order to get revenge for an affair, the former wife of an IT company executive recently sent dozens of sex photos involving her former husband and the third party via email to many Zhongguancun companies [a technology hub in Beijing, known as the "Silicon Valley of China"]. The email not only exposed sex photos but also the “xiaosan‘s” true name, mobile phone number, MSN account, address, and many other personal information. According to the email, the “xiaosan” works in a Taiwanese software sales company.

The “wife” who sent this email said in the email that she and her husband had been married for 3 years, that their child is just over 1-year-old. After the child was born, she resigned from a foreign enterprise/company to become a full-time housewife. At first, the couple’s relationship was still very normal, but a little while later, her husband started to not return home at nights. After her husband began treating her coldly, this wife began checking her husband’s cell phone information and sure enough saw nearly 200 flirtatious text messages in his mobile phone. In order to be certain whether or not her husband was having an affair, the “wife” didn’t say anything, and under the guise of a headhunter called the number where the flirtatious SMS messages originated from, adding the other party on MSN, and even becoming “friends” with the other party. To investigate the truth, the “wife” several times even met the “xiaosan” for meals, and every time the other party swiped a credit card to pay the bill. Once while paying after a meal, the “wife” discovered that the pinyin [name] on the black gold credit card was her own husband’s name.

On day in 2010 December, the “wife” stealthily took the “xiaosan‘s” cell phone, and after looking through the text messages the “wife” discovered that the “xiaosan” was maintaining relations with multiple men, and that her own husband was just one of them. Also within the mobile phone were sex videos of the “xiaosan” with different men. After investigating the truth, the “wife” put the cards on the table with her husband, not expecting that though her husband appeared contrite, the “xiaosan” and her husband continued their relationship. This past Spring Festival, she and her husband signed a divorce agreement.

In order to get revenge on her ex-husband and the third party, after the Spring Festival holiday period ended, the “wife” posted dozens of sex photos involving her husband and the third party onto the internet. Amongst the aforementioned sex photos, many Zhongguancun white-collar recognized the female in the sex photos to be the female white-collar worker at the a certain Taiwanese software company in Zhongguancun whose real name had been exposed by the “wife” in the email. Many Zhongguancun company workers have named this incident “Zhongguancun Sexy Photos Gate”.

From NetEase:

Zhongguancun xiaosan‘s indecent photos exposed, Diao Lili’s 36 sex photos wildly downloaded [circulated by netizens]

Xiaosan Information:

Chinese name: Diao Lili, English name: Cissy

[Birth date:] 1982 November 2

[Address:] Maliandao East Street, Courtyard 15, Building 6, #202

Mobile Phone: 13811125027

QQ:627540445

MSN:

cissydiao@hotmail.com

cissydiao_ms@hotmail.com

Currently works at SYSTEX.

Diao Lili’s RenRen profile page and other photographs: (click to enlarge)

Diao Lili's (刁黎黎) Renren social network profile page

Diao Lili photo.Diao Lili photo.Diaolili photo.

Diao Lili photograph.

Comments from China.com:

皇室人:

She’s alright, except her cunt is too dark… emoticon

caikuang93:

It must be admitted, sometimes mosaics have obstructed the forward progress of humanity!

梦回帝国:

The face on top is nothing special, so I bet it is the mouth on the bottom that is more impressive.

小牛小羊:

None of my damn business; although, this wife is really incredible, investigating so thoroughly that she found out everything;

Comments from XiCi:

米苏gf:

A rather pretty girl, how did she become this way?

cmail:

Girls these days no longer have any moral limits.

青青小草儿81:

Faint, this woman is very fearless/wild, having relations with several men.

xuanxuanbaobei:

What are people thinking these days?

夏之清草:

This xiaosan is really incredible.

What do you think? If you were the ex-wife, would you have done this?

““Xiaosan Gate”: Ex-Wife Posts Cheating Husband’s Sex Photos”
Originally posted on chinaSMACK – Hot internet stories, pictures, & videos in China



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NoPattern ‘Dark Light I’ Print

It has been a while since we reported about Chuck Anderson aka NoPattern. This week the designer pre-released his new ‘Dark Light I’ print and it is without a doubt one of our favorite from the designer in recent time. You can order it now for 60 USD here.

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This week’s Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Evening sale in London started off with a bang when the first lot, Ai Weiwei’s sunflower seeds, came up for sale. The Chinese artist generated headlines around the world when he installed 100 million ceramic sunflowers seeds in the Tate Modern in London and art watchers were curious to see how the art would sell. The first 100-kilogram pile of seeds was estimated to bring in £80,000 to £120,000 but sold for sold for £349,250 ($559,394) or around £3.50 per seed.

Each porcelain sunflower seed was individually hand made and painted by specialists working in small-scale workshops in the Chinese city of Jingdezhen. The Sotheby’s listing suggests that the piece can be installed either in a mound as shown above or smoothed out into a carpet-like experience. There will be a total of ten lots sold from this work.

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If you’ve watched “The Colbert Report” you may have seen this work of art. “Portrait 5, Stephen(s)” is the latest in a series of portraits of the host. The work was been altered by several different artists including Frank Stella, Shepard Fairey and Andres Serrano in a segment on the show in December that featured author, actor and art collector Steve Martin. Fairey added an Obey symbol to the image and Serrano scribbled on devil horns and a Hitler mustache.

What was once a skit is now going to have the ultimate financial test of a work of art, a turn on the auction block. It will be sold March 8 by auction house Phillips de Pury & Company. Proceds will benefit DonorsChoose.org, a nonprofit which raises money for school projects for children. The auction will be taped and air in a future episode of the program. The work is being offered without an estimate.

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Chinese artist Ai Weiwei generated headlines around the world when he installed 100 million ceramic sunflowers seeds in the Tate Modern in London. The exhibit, which started last October, initially was open for guests to frolic through the seeds. Shortly after it opened health concerns about dust led the museum to restrict access to the exhibit. But if you want to run your hands through the seeds, you will soon be able to buy a 100-kilogram pile of seeds at Sotheby’s in London on February 15. The first pile of seeds carries an estimate of £80,000 to £120,000.

Each porcelain sunflower seed was individually hand made and painted by specialists working in small-scale workshops in the Chinese city of Jingdezhen. The Sotheby’s listing suggests that the piece can be installed either in a mound as shown above or smoothed out into a carpet-like experience. There will be a total of ten lots sold from this work. The Telegraph does a little math, figuring that if the seeds are valued by weight and the lot sells at the mid estimate, the Tate installation would be worth a total of £150 million.

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Art world provocateur Damien Hirst’s latest work, an authentic baby’s skull covered in platinum and diamonds, is causing controversy in the UK. The sculpture (above), entitled For Heaven’s Sake, is a follow-up to the Brit artist’s astounding $100 million diamond covered skull which he debuted in 2007. The new work is based on an infant’s skull believed to be that of a newborn less than two weeks old from a 19th-century pathology collection that Hirst has acquired, the London Telegraph reports. Cast in platinum and set with more than 8,000 white and pink diamonds by royal jewelers Bentley & Skinner, the skull will be exhibited later this month at the Gagosian Gallery’s new space in Hong Kong and will be shown in London later this year.

The gallery has not named a price for the new work but we expect it to fetch at least $50 million if not more. The work has angered parenting groups who claim that it is offensive to those who have suffered the bereavement of a child, the newspaper reports, raising the specter of protests. That of course is only likely to increase its value. “When you look at a skull, you think it represents the end, but when you see the end so beautiful, it gives you hope,” Hirst commented regarding his earlier skull work. “Diamonds are about perfection and clarity and wealth and sex and death and immortality. They are a symbol of everything that’s eternal, but then they have a dark side as well.”

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On a recent airing of the popular TV show The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert tries to convince Steve Martin that a painting of Colbert himself is in deed art. Special guests come through to state their case such as street artist Shepard Fairey, painter Frank Stella and photographer Andres Serrano.

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Great minds have often treating literature and its effects as similar to those of a weapon, and artist Robert The has adopted the idea with some pretty fantastic aesthetic results. Carved from discarded books, Robert The has elected to reassert their pages as relevant and powerful images for the society that elected to discard them. Poignant, whimsical, and visually amazing.





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In a week that has seen quite a few huge sales in contemporary art, an 18th century Chinese porcelain vase managed to still stun the world. The vase, which was discovered when a house was cleared out was sold for £43 million ($69.3 million) at Bainbridges Auctions (£53.1m after commission which pushes the total to over $85 million). The vase was only estimated to sell for £1.2 million but fierce bidding among Chinese would-be buyers drove up the price. The vase sold to a Chinese bidder who turned up to bid on behalf of an undisclosed buyer.

Bainbridges, the auction house in the London suburb of Ruislip, knew they had something special on their hands but no one expected the piece to sell for quite this much money. It is believed to be the most expensive piece of Chinese art ever sold. In a blog post before the auction, Bainbridges said that the vase was “what must be one of the most important Chinese vases to be offered for sale this century.” They speculated that the delicate vase with the fish motif would have spent time in the Chinese Royal Palace and was likely fired in the Imperial kilns. One of the things that makes this vase so amazing is that it has a reticulated double walled construction. There is an inner vase that can be viewed through the perforations of the main body. It is of the Qianlong period, circa 1740s and decorated with four cartouches each showcasing different styles of fish at play on stylized water backgrounds. It has a delicately painted yellow trumpet neck and vase set off from the central decoration by orange bands.

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