A man was arrested this morning after injecting tetramine, a substance used in rat poison, into paper cartons of Wanglaoji (???) at four supermarkets in Dongguan. One person was killed and four others hospitalized after consuming the tainted liquids. [ more › ]
Ji stated that "materialistic girls" will not make the cut. [ more › ]
Improving education in the Middle East is as important as ending the region’s conflicts
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A 34-year-old Australian man living in Changshu, Jiangsu province was sent back Down Under on May 18 after he had been held in detention for 13 days on charges of growing illegal drugs and drug use. [ more › ]
The Kremlin employs hundreds of trolls to promote President Putin's worldview
Michael Enright swapped celebrity parties for combat gear in Syria
A video, which was reportedly filmed in Henan earlier this month, shows 33-year-old performer Wang Yang chucking multiple knives at his assistant, who at one point is pinned down to a circular board spinning at full speed. [ more › ...
Just a day after Fudan University was accused of ripping off a promo video released by the University of Tokyo in 2014, the Chinese university worked overnight to get a new, more original video online. [ more › ]
Wednesday was truly a banner day for China's luxury shoppers as Gucci slashed prices on some of its most popular products in half countrywide, triggering a massive rush of people looking to pick up a genuine luxury item for cheap, rather than just ordering knock-offs on Taobao. [ more › ]
China's biggest online travel agent, Ctrip, claim that their website was down for several hours yesterday because of a staff error, and not from a cyber attack. [ more › ]
The elderly, the homeless and those forced to go out and work in the blazing sun are most at risk from the extreme conditions
The overseas Chinese author of a viral letter about the Tiananmen crackdown speaks about his motivations and the response he has received.
A group of 15 Chinese citizens are accused of conspiring to help foreign students gain admission to American universities and thus obtain student visas by providing intelligent imposters to take college entrance exams for their clients, according to a federal grand jury indictment unsealed on Thursday. [ more › ]
Authorities originally told relatives of victims that the weapon had been disposed of
A Fudan University video bears a striking resemblance to the University of Tokyo's official promotional film.
Hundreds of fins lie piled up in Ecuador, part of a massive haul originally bound for Asia
A man in Gansu province was put to death yesterday for the rape and sexual abuse of 26 young girls. [ more › ]
HSBC is assessing whether to shift its headquarters from the U.K. But moving bank to Hong Kong “is certainly the wrong answer,” according to analysts at UBS.
The tide appears to be turning against Sepp Blatter as officials back his rival in elections being held for FIFA's top job