"Free sessions are held twice a week at Aima maternity hospital in Shandong province, and about 100 men have signed up. Pads attached to a device are placed above the abdomen, giving electric shocks that induce pain."
COSLProspector, the fourth deep-water semi-submersible drilling rig built by CIMC Raffles for China Oilfield Services Limited (COSL), has been delivered in Yantai, Shandong Province.
China Oilfield Services Limited saw successful delivery of the deepwater semi-submersible drilling rig COSLProspector it invested in and commissioned to build in Yantai, Shandong today.
After registering for marriage on November 5, 24-year-old Yu Haining and his 25-year-old cancer-stricken girlfriend, Fan Huixiang, held a wedding ceremony in her hospital ward on Monday, winning crowds of witnesses' good wishes and a lot of teary eyes. [ more › ]
Eleven young students were killed and three more injured after a minibus taking them to school was crushed by a lorry carrying sand in Shandong province. [ more › ]
At least 18 people were killed and 13 others were injured after a fire broke out in the vegetable packaging plant of a food company at around 7 pm yesterday evening in Shouguang city, Shandong Province, China Daily reported. [ more ...
A tram driver in Qingdao city of Shandong province turned heads as he used the longest tram in the city as a wedding vehicle to fetch his bride, Tencent reported. [ more › ]
A dozen passersby joined forces to lift a van and move an elderly woman who got knocked down and stuck beneath the vehicle while she was riding her bicycle across Shandong's Haiyang road on Thursday, reported Tencent [ more › ]
A man in Shandong who vowed to marry his cancer-stricken girlfriend made good on his word and the two were photographed yesterday holding up their marriage certificates. [ more › ]
A hospital in Jinan city, Shandong province hooked male volunteers up to a childbirth simulator during an activity on November 4 to let them experience the agony of labor pains. [ more › ]
Chinese Gothic: police arrested a group who disinterred corpses for use in "ghost marriage" rituals. The suspects exhumed a woman’s body from a village grave in Shandong province in March and sold it to a middleman for 18,000 yuan (HK$22,760),...
A 24 year old man who quit his job in his hometown, Shandong and headed to Henan in order to take care of his cancer-stricken 25 year old girlfriend has touched the hearts of many, reported Yangzi Evening. [ more › ]
A preposterously large eel measuring 1.98 meters long and weighing 22.5 kilograms was put on sale at a seafood market in Qingdao, Shandong province today after being pulled in from the Yellow Sea this morning, local fisherman said. [ more › ]
The father of the baby girl in Shandong who was found to have 12 steel needles inserted into her body has spoken to reporters and denied online speculation that it was done by the family to ensure the outcome of their next child's sex. [ more › ]
The 26-year-old, identified as Liu Hongyun, reportedly consumed a lethal amount of phorate at her home in Liaocheng, Shandong province, Shanghai Daily reports, citing Qilu Evening News. She was rushed to the hospital upon being found, but doctors were unable to save her. [ more › ]
The parents of an infant girl who was found to have 12 steel needles stuck inside her body after X-ray photos were taken at a hospital in Liaocheng city, Shandong province say they are clueless as to who did it. [ more › ]
Two members of a Chinese cult responsible for the violent murder of a woman in a Shandong Macdonald's outlet were sentenced to death, according to Xinhuanet. [ more › ]
Several pillars of a residential building in Jinan, Shandong province were seen being held together with strips of industrial tape after numerous cracks began appearing on them, Cajing News reported. [ more › ]
By G.Bin Zhao: It was reported by the Wall Street Journal that China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan will soon be retiring, and the main candidate to take his place is the incumbent governor of Shandong Province, former China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) chairman Guo Shuqing. Show More Summary
On a vacation to Hong Kong last week, one couple from Shandong province, China, made sure to take pictures of something they can’t see on the mainland: pro-democracy political signs. And their must-have souvenir was a copy of Apple Daily, an anti-Chinese Communist Party local newspaper...