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Gansu woman spends her life savings to open a rescue shelter for 220 dogs

47 minutes agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

A 53-year-old woman named Wen Li has opened up a rescue shelter in Pingliang city in Gansu province which has become a home for 220 stray dogs since 2011. [ more › ]

LOOK: Shenzhen police show off their new sword-like batons

14 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

A weapon to strike fear into the hearts of criminals across the city. [ more › ]

American sentenced to 25 years in prison for taking pornographic photos of young boys while in China

15 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Kelly James Morrow, 49, was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison last week at a Arizona court after confessing to molesting four young boys while living in China. [ more › ]

Over 100 Chinese Muslim fighters have joined ISIS in Syria, report claims

18 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

A recent study of leaked Islamic State recruiting documents provides the first solid piece of evidence a considerable number of Chinese nationals have joined the terrorist group in the Middle East. [ more › ]

Unwelcome Chinese gamers invade Japanese servers, take over Pokemon Go gyms

19 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

In particular a Chinese player with a Pokémon nicknamed "Long Live China!" took over a gym located at the infamous Yasukuni Shrine. [ more › ]

China cracks down on independent reporting by major online news companies

22 hours agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) recently found that several major internet news portals, including Sina, Sohu, NetEase, and iFeng, produced independent news reports that were against Chinese law. [ more › ]

Wildlife park doesn't put tigers to death, may not be held legally responsible for deadly attack

Legal experts say that the park will not bear liability for the attack if it can prove that it fulfilled its obligations of warning and protecting visitors. [ more › ]

A Wet Blanket on Chinese Soccer Fans’ Derby Dreams

It has been a week of sweltering heat in Beijing, with torrential downpours that flooded the Forbidden City and caused traffic congestion. But on Monday, soccer fans were steaming on a whole new level as the first Manchester United-Manchester City derby outside the U.K. took a rain check.

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