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The Chainsmokers' Alex Pall implies that if he brought his dog to China it would be eaten

He joked about this during an interview with a Chinese reporter in China. [ more › ]

Maverick history teacher has Weibo account removed days after anniversary of Mao's death

"It's a good day. The weather's beautiful and I'm so happy," Yuan Tengfei wrote on Weibo on the 41st anniversary of the death of Chairman Mao. [ more › ]

After having seven daughters, desperate couple arrested for buying a son on black market

The husband and father said that where he's from a family isn't really a family if it doesn't have a son. [ more › ]

'Nazis are not welcome here!' Protesters greet Steve Bannon at Hong Kong investor event

One protester wearing a mask of Trump held up a placard depicting the US president in the shape of a chicken, with the words, "Toxic nationalist" on its belly. [ more › ]

China's biggest banks are banning North Koreans from opening new accounts

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's Big Four state-owned banks have stopped providing financial services to new North Korean clients, according to branch staff, amid US concerns that Beijing has not been tough enough over Pyongyang's repeated nuclear tests. [ more › ]

PHOTOS: Shanghai Photofairs 2017

A look back at the fourth edition of Photofairs. [ more › ]

Pole dancers and Latin bands at The Pearl this weekend

Gravity-defying pole dancers at The Pearl this Friday, followed by a festival of Latin bands on Saturday. [ more › ]

Delivery guy fired after drinking customer's soup, replacing it with his own piss

Instead of red bean soup, the delivery guy handed over a thermos full of warm pee soup. [ more › ]

Typhoon set to hit southeast China later this week, and it could be the most powerful one this season

After tearing through Taiwan on Wednesday, Typhoon Talim is expected to make landfall on the mainland along the Fujian coast. [ more › ]

Chinese shoppers not feeling iPhone 8's $1,000 price tag

Apple really needs its lucky-numbered iPhone to be a success in China where the company's sales have slipped the past six quarters. [ more › ]

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