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Despite being able to eat a whole week's meals in one sitting, this eating show YouTuber says he maintains his health by staying active.
A TEENAGER from China’s Jiangxi province killed his grandfather in a fit of rage after his mobile phone was confiscated, China Press reported.
YouTuber Hamzy apologises for adding a thumbs-up to comments online about China claiming kimchi as its own, which Chinese Internet users took as an insult. The origin of the fermented cabbage dish is a hot-button issue between China and South Korea, as Chinese celebrity vlogger Li Ziqi found out last week.
The Cyberspace Administration of China closed down the accounts the past month, following President Xi Jinping’s call to end the country’s food waste problemIt marked the first time online eating shows were highlighted by the agency in its campaign to rid China’s internet of illegal and lowbrow content
Rural areas are on the fast track to 4G while China has lost its appetite for mukbang videos.
BEIJING: On short-video platform Douyin, the catchline “Say no to food waste, eat smart, live healthy” will appear at the top of the search results upon entering keywords like “big eater” or “mukbang”.Following this comment by state broadcaster CCTV earlier this week, many short-video and livestreaming platforms have beefed up scrutiny over related content as part of an effort to curb food wastage.
BEIJING (AFP): A restaurant in China has apologised for its controversial policy of asking diners to weigh themselves before entry in an overzealous response to a new national campaign against food waste.
Eating shows originated from South Korea before gaining popularity globally via videos featuring broadcasters consuming a large quantity of food. In a Weibo poll, more than 50% of roughly 155,000 respondents said that while they enjoyed watching eating shows they would say ‘no’ to food waste.
South Korea will ban social media influencers from pitching a new product or service on their online platforms without disclosing their business ties with corporate sponsors, officials said on Aug 12.
YouTube sent the actor a prestigious Gold Play Button, which he unboxed during a live session. Park is currently the first and only Korean actor to hit this milestone.