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Kung Fu Master Sets New Record, Uses His Testicles To Pull Seven Cars. (Pictures)

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A Chinese kung fu expert has demonstrated the results of his hard training by pulling a row of cars with nothing but his testicles.

Ye Wei moved seven Audi cars using a rope attached to his genitals on March 30 in China’s Shandong Province.

After moving the vehicles for eight metres (26ft), the 39-year-old successfully broke his personal record set last year which saw him pulling five cars.

Mr Ye’s attempt last Thursday was recorded on a video, released by Pear Video, on March 31.

The videos shows Mr Ye  tying a rope which connects to seven Audi cars to his testicles. A group of supporters gathered around Mr Ye to cheer for him as the event took place in Zibo city.

As a highly focused Mr Ye channelled his might through his genitals, the seven vehicles – with a combined weight of 12.6 tonnes – slowly moved forward.

The moved for eight metres (26.2 foot) before coming to a full stop.

Onlookers and supporters cheered as Ye made the attempt to break his own record

Mr Ye claimed that the stunt he performed is called Xi Sui Gong or Xi Sui Technique. He said that the stunt is a wellness regime practised by Taoists to improve their fertility.

The man is also said to have invented a hybrid school of martial art, known as Tai Chi Zen, after combining Tai Chi and and Taoism wellness regimes.

Mr Ye beat his own record of pulling five Audi cars last April, also in Zibo, Shandong Province.

Using a rope attached to his testicles, Ye pulled the row of Audi cars in front of his supporters 

After successfully completing the challenge, Mr Ye told a reporter from Pear Video that he had been practising kung fu for around 30 years and that he had worked as the principal for three martial arts schools.

The other types of martial arts Mr Ye practises are Hung Kuen and Shaolin Kuen. The man also claims to know Thai boxing.

Dr Chen Yu,Department of Urology at Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital told Apple Daily Taiwan in an interview: ‘Xi Sui Gong’ could help curing or prevent urinary incontinence as the exercise trains the pelvis and muscles around the thigh.’

He also added the action of stimulating the testicles can help problems of premature ejaculation and extend the endurance on sex performance.

However, there is also an effect of bending the penis and skin peeling on the testicles.

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Hong kong train accident leaves eight injured.

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A rare train derailment disrupted services in Hong Kong on Tuesday, the rail operator said, threatening commuter chaos during rush hour.

The disruption to a usually seamless network used by nearly 6 million people every weekday happened after a train derailed while leaving a station in the Kowloon area, rail operator MTR Corp said.

The government’s information department said eight people were injured and five had been taken to hospital.

Rex Auyeung Pak-kuen, chairman of MTR Corp, told reporters that a derailment had not happened in many years and the cause was not immediately clear.

“We will work together with the government to find out the truth as soon as possible so as to continue to provide safe services,” he said. “We apologize that our passengers were injured in the accident.”

Hong Kong’s rail system has been a target of vandalism during recent pro-democracy protests, with activists angry that MTR has closed stations to stop protesters gathering.

Television footage showed hundreds of passengers trying to get off the derailed train. Public broadcaster RTHK said the train had suddenly swayed and a door had flown off before the train stopped.

Nearby stations were overcrowded, and intervals between trains were extended to 12 minutes from two.

MTR’s shares fell 1.1% in line with the broader Hang Seng Index, which was down 1%.

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Rwanda ban Burundi,s music star ahead of annual festival

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Burundian musician Jean Pierre Nimbona, popularly known as Kidum, has told the BBC he is confused by Rwanda’s decision to ban him from playing at the upcoming Kigali Jazz Fusion festival.

Kidum is one of Burundi’s biggest music stars and has performed in Rwanda for the past 16 years.

But a police official phoned the musician’s manager to warn that he would only be allowed to make private visits to Rwanda.

“[My manager was told] Kidum is not supposed to perform, tell him to leave. If he comes for private visits fine, but no performances,” the musician told BBC’s Focus on Africa radio programme.

The mayor of Rwanda’s capital said that in this instance permission had not been sought from the authorities for him to perform at the festival in Kigali.

Kidum was a leading peace activist during Burundi’s civil war between 1993 and 2003 and used his songs to call for reconciliation.

The 44-year-old musician said he had never had problems with Rwandan authorities until recently when three of his shows were cancelled at the last minute – including one in December 2018.

That month Burundi had banned Meddy, a musician who is half-Burundian, half-Rwandan, from performing in the main city of Bujumbura.

Kidum said he was unsure if the diplomatic tensions between Burundi and Rwanda had influenced his ban.

“I don’t know, I don’t have any evidence about that. And if there was politics, I’m not a player in politics, I’m just a freelance musician based in Nairobi,” he said.

He said he would not challenge the ban: “There’s nothing I can do, I just wait until maybe the decision is changed some day.

“It’s similar to a family house and you are denied entry… so you just have to wait maybe until the head of the family decides otherwise.”

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