Author: elson_chen

In China, is it open enough for Chinese model's naked show in T-arena? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2006-4-2 14:48:36 |Display all floors
Originally posted by eyeofstorm at 2006-4-2 13:55

"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" like I said it's up for personal interpretation but a crossover to tell me I do not know what beauty is. I never lectured you on universal standard beauty or attractiveness so I hope you could also not tell me I do not know what beauty is.


But this girl IS beautiful, so therefore I have to lecture you! Of course, each and everyone has his or her ideal of what is beuatiful, but universal opinions in the matter do exist.

You look at the boobs, as if those can be seen isolated. Chinese women are usually very very very proportional, with breats of exactly the right size to fit their slim bodies. And their faces are not chubby, but exquisite and with perfect balance.

It is a steep learning curve for some people used to the Barbie Doll ideal of America, but it is worth it. You will understand this when your melon babes develop incredible hangers already at thirty...
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Post time 2006-4-2 15:37:07 |Display all floors
You will understand this when your melon babes develop incredible hangers already at thirty...

My ladies do not have large 'melons' but perky ideal sizes, haha after all more than a handful is just a waste am I right? Her face is a bit chubby it reminds me of chubby concubines when the asian world perceived 'chubby' was attractive. Im sorry but I have pretty distinct bone structure and prefer a women with some cheek bones as well and not just an eggface. (Heidi Klum, Mischa, girls with 'gua zi lian' and...you get the picture )
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Post time 2006-4-2 16:52:53 |Display all floors
Now you are going to extremes and once again I practice everything with moderation.
An overexaggeration but I definately applaud you for the attempt and effort.

Thanks for comming out~
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Post time 2006-4-2 16:53:33 |Display all floors

Reply #38 elson_chen's post

This can also be seen as "ART"???....Jesus...totally environmental pollution...

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Post time 2006-4-2 17:15:06 |Display all floors
Sometimes, I just wondering that the BODY may be seen as the fundamental problem of existence of modern art...

As humans, our inner desires, instinct and will, continually clash with the ethics of the body in the name of art

For those young students, especially those from academies of fine arts, their bodies are just like the post-modern image text...

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Post time 2006-4-3 11:59:46 |Display all floors
yeah,,
    that should be a progress for chinese model world.
  as for someone,that might be pornographic.
  and for someone else it might be a beauty.
   it depends on u,ur educational and aesthetic  background.

[ Last edited by zoelynn at 2006-4-3 12:01 PM ]
let the cat out of the bag。

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Post time 2006-4-3 17:34:44 |Display all floors

what is progress--saving energy

Originally posted by zoelynn at 2006-4-3 11:59
yeah,,
    that should be a progress for chinese model world.

The model wearing nothing would be a real progress. It saves energy but it won't let the fashion designers or manufacturers earn money. The fashion show is for money not art.

BTW, Do you think men wear earrings is a sign of progress?
My idea of progress:
1. man stops wearing earring and woman cuts down to wear just one earring like the man does now.
2. man stops wearing suit in summer.

Fashsion show is a modern activity to boost up consumption. And irrational consumption will only cause environmental problems such as climate change and pollution.

MAN SHOULD WEAR LESS.
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