A young artist in Beijing named Lin Zhai performed a piece last Tuesday in which she stood on stage for 30 minutes and members of the audience could come up and touch her breasts. Lin is a 23 year old poet and musician. This was her first time in a performance art piece.
Lin said that experience defied her expectations, and halfway through she was already moved and felt like she wanted to cry. Lin said that the audience was very gentle. She expected audience members to pinch her breasts or squeeze them, “but everyone was very gentle, and I hugged them after.”
Lin and her photographer partner have worked together on pieces featuring human photography. He said, “You will fall in love after seeing just one second of her body. I’ve photographed hundreds of women and her chest is the best. Even the women could not help but to want to touch her breasts.”
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Typical Chinese male complaining about women just because you couldn't cop a feel. Whocares (isn't that your other handle?) she's letting guys feel her up. Oh I know why your mad, the whole Chinese women are virgin goddesses and foreign women are whores, yeah reality bites. And no foreigner around to blame.
Apr 21, 2016 21:24 Report Abuse
A typo is a mistake made in the typing process, a slip of the finger so to speak. The term excludes errors of ignorance. I never implied Polish people knew English better than Americans, merely that you had difficulties spelling words correctly in your own language (though you managed to get "than" right this time).
Apr 24, 2016 00:27 Report Abuse