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THE WEEK Feb 6: MC I don't know ya

Updated: 2015-02-06
By THE WEEK (chinadaily.com.cn)

This week, despite technical difficulties, the show is on track bringing you crazy trending stories from around the world. This week, our theme's rapping…well sort of.

MC I don't know ya
Right off the bat, the trending stories this week were related to rapping. NBC's Tonight show has uploaded another brilliant super cut of anchor Brian Williams rapping Snoop D. O. double G's "Who am I". The second song we have is from the fine folks over at Screen Junkies and Epic Rap Battle, they parodied the Lego Song. The final song is sadly unexplainable. It's either really bad or really good, we can't tell.

Mermaids, mermen
First we had furries, then we had Bronie's, now we have merfolk. That's right, adult people are now dressing up and pretending to be denizens of the sea! Last week at Merfest was held in Cary, North Carolina. The “trend” of merfolk has been growing for quite a while, there's even a mermaid school in the Philippines.

Japanese adult new year
The often embattled and controversial tech company Qihoo 360 is back in the headlines this time over rumors of what they're offering to their employees during the company’s annual Chinese New Year party. If Hong Kong’s Oriental Daily is to be believed, 360 has allegedly offered a lucky employee a night with Japanese adult video star Julia. Course it'
s all speculation but Chinese companies have hired Japanese adult video stars in the past, Tencent and Vancl have hired Sora Aoi to perform and 360 hired another Japanese actress last year.

Director: Sun Tianyuan Graphic Design: Zhang Xiao
Videographer: Cong Ruiting Managing Producer: Andrew Xing
Producer: Eric Jou Executive Producer: Flora Yue
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