On a steamy Friday evening, early last summer, I exited a Korean-made metro train with a crowd of teenagers and parents with young children, who filled the elevated platform at Bridgeport Road with a congenial babble of Cantonese, English, Tagalog and Mandarin. Crossing an expansive parking lot, we entered a makeshift village of canopied stalls, set amid a forest of simulated cherry trees whose LED blossoms lent the turquoise twilight a pinkish hue. Vendors barked out pitches for Pikachu plushies, fidget spinners with strobing lobes, and Cosplay anime onesies for adults.
It's "Tight Asian Manholes 4" a movie that most likely isn't as good as the first three films mainly because the men in the film look so uninvolved. Much as tried to get in to proceedings, it was kind of awkward to, since most of the men in the movie look confused and downright in pain most of the time. Mainly that can be sexy, but here it's unpleasant.
Fans of Asian horror will likely want to keep an eye on the upcoming Korean film Manhole. The movie, which opens just in time for Halloween next month, follows a young woman on the track of the dangerous serial killer who has abducted her sister. The catch?
Dubai: Inspectors of the Environmental Emergency Office at Dubai Municipality have discovered 10 abandoned manholes which were being used to store consumer goods at a labour accommodation in Muhaisnah. Workers had exploited the manholes in one of the demolished labour accommodations to store kitchenware, blankets, tools, carpets, as well as different home appliances and accessories, which they planned to sell to the public. The confiscated items, which were estimated to be around 30 tonnes, were destroyed, said Mohammed Abbas Al Baloushi, head of Environmental Emergency Office of Dubai Municipality.
A video from China shows the moment a young boy is knocked to the ground after dropping a lit firecracker down a manhole. The footage taken from CCTV in Rizhao City, shows the boy dropping the firecracker down the hole in a bid to try and impress a group of friends. On Monday, a video was released showing a five-year-old boy being blasted into the air by an exploding manhole cover after he decided it was a good idea to place a lit firecracker underneath it.
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