The drastic move by state employees is designed to save energy
Instead of China fixing a corporate zombie problem threatening to overwhelm the world’s second largest economy, Beijing may be about to create a bigger one.
Barbie is a beautiful three-color kitty with lovely round head, pink nose and big eyes. She is a friendly puss and gets along well with other cats. Barbie would be an excellent family member to an animal loving family. [ more › ]
China’s most valuable financial technology company, Ant Financial Services Group, just completed a fresh $4.5 billion funding round from new and existing investors--giving it a valuation of roughly $60 billion.
Shanghai authorities are getting serious about reining in subprime-style loans in the city’s housing market – and property brokerages are feeling the brunt of the crackdown.
The company said the cheating dates back to 1991
Soft demand for oil in China over the past year or so has led to a protracted recovery of prices
Your mouth might water at first, but your eyes will be watering after. [ more › ]
Don't worry, he is now in custody, you can walk the streets without fear. [ more › ]
Technology isn't working for everyone. [ more › ]
Xulhaz Mannan was an activist who had worked for the U.S. Agency for International Development
India has apparently had second thoughts about allowing an exiled Uighur leader to attend a conference with other anti-Beijing activists in the Dalai Lama's adopted hometown, canceling his visa amid considerable pressure from China. [ more › ]
It's the year China's Internet giants went to the auto show.
China is putting on ice an Alibaba partnership to bring Disney characters to Chinese screens, at a time when Chinese regulators are tightening control over online content.
In order to pull off a good scam, you really need to go all out. [ more › ]
Guess the man can no longer monkey around. [ more › ]
Aren't flight delays the absolute worst? Particularly for the unfortunate airline employees who are left to deal with the wrath of impatient and occasionally violent travelers. [ more › ]
The happiest metro station on Earth? [ more › ]
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Prominent military figures have warned that veterans’ protests could escalate if the government can’t provide jobs or sufficient welfare support for the 300,000 being laid off.