Cartoons and humor about China
Chinese Traffic Jams
Rush Hour … more like Rush Month on the Beijing highways
Dictators and Freedom – HU Tube
People standing up for freedom in tyrannies around the world
During the Winter / Spring of 2011, civil disobedience, popular unrest, social strife and revolts were sparked across dictatorships across the Middle East. There was notable democratic activism in China as well.
A great deal of this people’s movement was due to WikiLeaks’ publishing of hundreds of thousands of secret diplomatic and other government cables.
Laughzilla drew on events during this period, and connected the dots where others saw none.
China’s Aircraft Carrier
New Chinese Navy rustbucket on the Ocean
China hacks Lockheed Martin
Cyber security attacks against U.S. Defense Contractor
Chinese hackers won undernet celebrity points when they successfully hacked the Lockheed Martin Corporation, an American contractor company.
This editorial cartoon pokes fun at the intermingled world of hackers, social networking and online relationships across the world over the Internet.
This political line drawing was made with ink on paper by Laughzilla for TheDailyDose.com
Chinese Attack Gmail
China ignores American Banks – they’re not worth the effort, thanks to Obamanomics.
This political cartoon satirizes the attack and the irony that the hackers neglected easier targets like U.S. banks, since they are not worth it, thanks to failed economic policies of President Obama.
Created as a line drawing with ink on paper, by Laughzilla for TheDailyDose.com
Slippery world economy as a Chinese restaurant
Officially, No MSG!
Happy U.S. Independence Day
Thank you, Bank of China
July 4th, 2011, and America celebrated the Independence Day holiday with fireworks displays and excessive partying, even though at the time, 1 in 15 US Dollars of the American National Debt was owned by China.
This editorial cartoon parodies the economic state of affairs between the world’s superpower and its Chinese creditors, similar to the viral ads by MasterCard.
The comic strip panel was created as a line drawing by laughzilla for thedailydose.com using ink on paper
Banks around the world
Banks of US, China & Russia around the water cooler
Summer 2011 and the global economy was not doing well. China owned over one Trillion US Dollars of debt, and the US Bond Credit Rating dropped for the first time in a very long time, from AAA to AA+.
This editorial cartoon parodies the situation with banks from China, the United States and Russia trading jokes around the proverbial office water cooler, even as their countries and currency values plummet into a recessive unknown.
The comic strip panel was drawn with ink on paper for a line drawing by laughzilla for thedailydose.com
Hu Wants You
In the Autumn of 2011, the worldwide economy faltering and the #OccupyWallStreet protest movement had spread from Wall Street to cities around the world, including Hong Kong.
China’s President Hu Jintao is well aware of the effects of a volatile U.S. consumer market and its repercussions on China and financial strength.
This cartoon skewers the situation with a caricature of President Hu Jintao of China, wearing a suit similar to Uncle Sam of the United States, urging consumers to Occupy Wal*Mart.
This political cartoon was created using ink on paper as a line drawing by laughzilla for thedailydose.com