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Economists React: China’s Growth Accelerates, but for How Long?

China’s economy accelerated to its fastest pace in a year and a half in the first quarter, but economists caution that headline growth may have hit the peak for this year and that the momentum is likely to fade as Beijing moves to deflate housing bubbles and curb financial risks.

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Man takes revenge on his noisy neighbors by buying a 'building shaker' and leaving it on all weekend

Can't stand your noisy neighbors for another second? Have we got an idea for you! [ more › ]

Teacher and student slap each other in the face in class, netizens say girl got what she deserved

A video has gone viral on Chinese social media that is surely making Confucius roll over in his grave. [ more › ]

Silvio Berlusconi finally sells AC Milan to Chinese investors for €740m

One of Europe's most legendary football clubs has officially been acquired by a Chinese investment group. [ more › ]

China warns war over North Korea could 'break out at any moment'

"If a war occurs, the result is a situation in which everybody loses and there can be no winner." [ more › ]

The ‘Trilemma’ According to China’s Central Bank

In an apparent attempt to justify China’s curbs on capital outflows—part of the People’s Bank of China’s laser focus on slowing the yuan’s decline—scholars at the central bank in a March 30 research paper offered an “analytical framework” that went head-to-head with a macroeconomic theory that modern economies have long bowed to.

Acupuncture and Amusement Parks: China Rolls Out Service-Economy Gauge

China has unveiled a new gauge aimed at tracking acupuncture, theme parks and other services at a time when it is trying to restructure the world’s second-largest economy away from exports and manufacturing to consumption.

Family of man crushed to death after walking in front of train want 800,000 yuan in compensation

"I suggest that the Shanghai Railway Bureau and the Nanjing Railway Station should file a counter-claim, asking the family to assume responsibility for the train, the platform maintenance costs, the passenger delays and the psychological damages!" one Weibo user commented. [ more › ]

Donnie Yen says that United Airlines is now on his personal blacklist

"How do you teach your children of such uncivilized, injustice, discriminated, publicly and proudly assaulted a 69 year old man, treating him like trash. No one should be treated this way." [ more › ]

Bikes are now banned from some popular areas in downtown Shanghai

Riding your bike around People's Square, Yuyuan Garden, the Bund, Xintiandi, Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street, and Tianzifang could now earn you a fine. [ more › ]

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