China's misbehaving and urinating laowai are at it again. This time the offense went down in Wuhan, Hubei province when a foreign male whipped it out and began peeing against the side of a taxi after he accused the driver of refusing to serve him. [ more › ]
After accusing Google of abusing its dominant position, the E.U. now has Gazprom in its sights
A spokesperson for the Tibetan government-in-exile said it has appealed for its supporters to urge their own governments to pressure China into releasing the missing spiritual leader. [ more › ]
Shanghai authorities arrested nine people and confiscated an ungodly amount of counterfeit Jissbon and Durex brand condoms after breaking up a 12 million yuan manufacturing ring spread across seven provinces and cities. [ more › ]
When it comes to describing its friends, Beijing has long evinced a penchant for dramatic metaphors.
Stephon Marbury, a former NBA star but also just a chill-ass guy who takes the subway like you or me, has already been immortalized in China in the form of a giant bronze statue. Now, he is making his stamp debut. [ more › ]
Can't go over it, can't go under it, have to go through it. That seems to be the logic behind the unveiling of an ambitious new route planned for Shanghai Metro's line 17, which will pass right through a building. [ more › ]
Authorities believe the 232 packets of drugs seized are heroin worth more than $95 million
A man from Henan who tried and failed miserably to rob three banks in Hong Kong, ultimately being mistaken for an April Fool's joke, has appeared in court on charges of attempted robbery. [ more › ]
Hong Kong’s electoral reform proposal can at times resemble a complicated math problem.
Another Chinese billionaire plans to prospect executed colorful mogul, Liu Han's chief U.S. asset.
Every day seems to bring another in-your-face reminder of China's environmental issues. This month alone, a Shenzhen canal turned blood-red; the Beijing sky appeared as if doomsday had arrived; and 100kg of dead fish inexplicably rose to the surface of a Guangdong fish farm. Show More Summary
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A woman was detained by police in Foshan city, Guangdong province after she hit and critically injured a toddler while driving without a license and then had the cojones to try and pay the child's family off so that she wouldn't get in trouble. [ more › ]
Patients complained of nausea, vomiting, palpitations and "a decreased level of consciousness"
Thahir Mohammed Sayyed has reportedly gone into hiding
China has made its way onto another top 10 list, albeit a particularly ignominious one that grades countries according to how effectively they attack the notion of free speech. [ more › ]
A retired engineer in Zhengzhou, Henan province has spent the past five years building a replica of a helicopter. It can't fly, but damn it, it's going places. [ more › ]
Daughters are considered undesirable in India's highly patriarchal society
The Solar Impulse 2, a fuel-free plane making a record-breaking round-the-world flight, landed safely in Nanjing last night after flying 1,190 kilometers across China from Chongqing yesterday. [ more › ]