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Discussion dans 'Informations Chine' créé par C-E, 7 Fev 2012.

  1. C-E

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    [h=2]“Worshiping cats” found in 100 RMB bills[/h]
    The interesting discovery was made by Chinese netizens, who posted on forum recently showing that there are three cats’ images on the 100 RMB bill, right besides the image of Mao Zedong. What’s really interesting is that two small cats are worshiping the big one.
    Zooming in the 100 RMB bill, they found that the big cat is standing with mouth open. Its eyes are like Chinese old time coins, staring at front. The two small cats besides it are kneeling down, rising up their front legs, and worshipping to the big one just like people do.


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    Incroyable ! Le China Daily se sent obligé de démentir la rumeur...
    (oui, c'est en anglais. Et non, je ne traduirai pas !)


    Expert denies hidden kitten in yuan banknote

    A leading banknote and coin expert has denied a figure of a group of kittens appears in the new 100 yuan bill after a number of people claimed to have spotted the furry pets hidden in the banknote. Internet users claim they found the figure of three kittens in the new fifth series of the banknote after close inspection under a magnifying glass, The Beijing News reported.
    They claim two kittens appear opposite each other kneeling down with another in the center gazing with its mouth open
    But Yuan Yinlong, a banknote and coin expert in Central China's Henan province, said the figures are just the work of the imagination of Internet users.
    "Internet users purposely highlighted the lines to form the animal-like figure," he said.
    Yuan also said the design of Chinese currency banknotes adopt advanced anti-forgery technology that is a state secret. The figures in the banknote seem to combine traditional elements and modern cartoon patterns.
    http://www2.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2012-02/06/content_14546974.htm
     
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    Hahaha c'est bien trouvé! L'image de base ressemble vraiment à un chat :p
     
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    Je vois plus que ça quand je regarde un billet maintenant... :langue:
     
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    Cela me fait penser à un ami allemand (madame Chine-Experience le connaît d'ailleurs le bougre) qui avait appeler son chat Zedong.
     
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    L'aviez-vous remarqué ?

    http://www.chinasmack.com/2012/pictures/worshiping-cats-hidden-in-design-of-chinese-100-rmb-bill.html


    “Worshiping Cats” Hidden in Design of Chinese 100 RMB Bill



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    From iFeng:
    “Worshiping cats” hidden in 100 RMB bill, expert says its just an anti-counterfeiting design

    Netizens’ intelligence is limitless. Recently, a netizen suggested that a design on the 100yuan RMB cash note looked like “worshiping cats” and attached an image to demonstrate it, immediately attracting the internet’s attention. With regards to this “prostrating cats” design, experts say the hundred yuan RMB note design is a very serious/solemn matter, that the designs are related to anti-counterfeiting measures, and that the appearance of certain images may be a result of overimaginative netizens.
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    The alleged hidden image looks like 3 cats, with 2 cats worshiping, prostrating, or kneeling before a third cat in the middle with its arms raised.
     
  8. C-E

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    Après le chat : le singe, le cochon...

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