Chinese tech company offers night with Japanese porn star as year-end bonus

By Ryan Kilpatrick, February 4, 2015

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Spring Festival/Chinese New Year is fast approaching, and with only two weeks to go before the biggest date on the Chinese calendar, employees nationwide are turning their thoughts to the enduring promise of a new year bonus that'll make all their hard work worthwhile. 

Thanks to a viral story that's been making the rounds online recently, however, everyone who doesn't work at Baidu, Alibaba, 360, Xiaomi or Tencent is seething with jealousy.

"Web Companies Annual Meeting Gift List 2015 (Confidential)" claims to enumerate all the possible awards that await the best and the brightest from these tech firms if they've performed exceptionally over the past year.

In amongst all the sports cars and all-expenses-paid holidays on offer, however, one item on the list caught netizens' eyes more than any other: a night with famous the Japanese porn star known simply as JULIA.

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Beijing-based Qihoo 360 is supposedly offering its best employees a night with the busty 27-year-old AV actress as the the very highest of its "Special Grade Awards," nestled between a five-day trip to Bali and a Porsche 911. 

The star of such unforgettable classics as J-Cup Super Boobs, Jumbo Breast Teacher and Tit Slave, JULIA has a massive following in China, where she's lauded as "the Lin Chi-ling of porn," referencing the 40-year-old Taiwanese actress cum model who continues to be voted the "Most Beautiful Goddess" in the Chinese world.

Although the story is almost certainly untrue, however, the fact neither 360 nor any of the other companies exposed in the story have deemed to issue denials means that it'll die hard. Editors over at Xinhua, meanwhile, are presumably wishing they tried a lot harder at math and sciences back in their school days.

READ MORE: Communist Party mouthpiece Xinhua is following Japanese porn stars on Twitter 

[Image via Oriental Daily]

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