Sister Furong Hibiscus (Shi Hengxia) Jiejie Taken Down By Chinese Government

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Sister Furong, whose real name is Shi Hengxia, and who goes by the Chinese “Furong Jiejie” (which means “Sister Furong”, which in turn means “Sister Hibiscus” or “Sister Lotus”, depending upon to which interpretation you adhere), may not be a household name here in the United States (yet) but she certainly is in China. Which was, of course, her intention when she started posting pictures of herself, as Sister Furong, fully clothed but in what in China are considered provocative and hence inappropriate poses, all over the Internet.

However, Sister Furong Jiejie Shi Hengxia Hibiscus is now becoming at least as well known, if not more so, not for the images of herself in alluring and suggestive (but never explicit) poses posted along with her own words all over the place, but for the fact that the Chinese government is systematically making the sites upon which they are posted either move them to less visited areas, or take them down altogether.

“They cracked down on me,” explains Sister Furong, “When I first heard about it I was really disappointed. My friends all said the government should be encouraging a positive, helpful girl like me.”

About what, exactly, she was being positive and helpful, other than her own aspirations, is unclear, but to that end it certainly appears to have worked. While the Chinese government may succeed in causing Furong’s online images and banter to be deep-sixed, a Chinese film company, Zongbo Media, has given Furong the high-five, and has hired her to appear in a series of online shorts.

“People will be able to watch these and see new sides of me and my talent,” explains Sister Furong.

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Which clearly does not actually mean either “Hibiscus” or “Lotus”, but, obviously, “Narcissus”.

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