This year's Shandong EV Expo offers a look at two Chinese vehicles that blatantly take from the design of other models. The JMW2200 wears the face of a BMW i3, and the Videoev is a five-door Volkswagen Beetle. Continue reading Chinese...Show More Summary
More photos have emerged of villagers in Shandong transporting six-meter long plastic bags of natural gas via push-powered tricycles. [ more › ]
Shandong now second province to reveal official debt level to central government.
Yesterday, I was pretty excited to see this shameless BMW i3 knockoff at the Shandong EV Expo in China. And today, our friends at CarNewsChina who are covering the show have found something even better: an electric, four-door latest-generation VW Beetle knockoff, complete with a badge that’s half Volvo and half Nissan. Read more...
A major pork producer closed its factory in Shandong province following claims that it was using pigs that had 'recovered' from foot and mouth disease. [ more › ]
China has unveiled the world's first hydrogen energy-powered tram at a CSR production plant in Qingdao, Shandong province. [ more › ]
Three officials from Qingdao, Shandong province were busted for keeping eight endangered Siberian tigers as pets after one jumped to its death from the top of an 11-story building. [ more › ]
A high school student from Shandong Province decided that he wanted a life without sin and vice and performed a gruesome home surgery on his own testicles in order to eliminate his sex drive. [ more › ]
The story of a woman in Liangwang village of Jinan, Shandong province who donated her kidney to her uremia-stricken husband and saved his life has won netizens' hearts. [ more › ]
The Shandong man who shot to internet stardom after he was seen making himself a meal with his rice cooker at Hong Kong International Airport is now safe at home, and he has only nice things to say about the people of Hong Kong. Speaking...Show More Summary
Recently at a marina in Qingdao, Shandong province, residents have reported being able to catch buckets full of fish without even using bait. [ more › ]
With mainland tourists' recent airport antics in the spotlight as of recent, it seems that they can't get away with much under the watchful eye of critics. The latest target was a man from Shandong who was videotaped at the Hong Kong International Airport on Sunday morning?making rice. [ more › ]
A six-year-old boy began bleeding from his eyes, ears, nostrils and mouth and eventually died at a hospital after eating a lollipop he'd found outside in Heze, Shandong province. [ more › ]
Sierra Leone-focused mining company African Minerals said on Friday that it would appoint administrators after failing to repay its lender and partner in the Tonkolili iron ore project Shandong Iron and Steel Group. ||| SIERRA Leone-focused...Show More Summary
Shandong Luneng were today handed a 4-1 beating in the AFC Champions League group stages by Jeonbuk Motors. Yang Xu scored Shandong Luneng’s only goal before later being shown a second yellow card in ridiculous circumstances. Trailing 3-1 in the 79th minute, Yang Xu attempted to re-produce Diego Maradona’s famous ‘Hand of God’. Not only […]
The following video is very popular in China now: This is hilarious! Even if you don't understand Chinese, you'll be able to follow what's going on. The driver is trying to enter a phone number by voice, but the automated (machine) operator mishears him. It gets really funny when he tells the operator that a […]
A tiger cub was found dead in a parking lot in Pingdu city, Shandong province on the first day of the lunar new year. Authorities believe that the animal fell from the 11th floor of a building after it was frightened by fireworks. [ more › ]
A giant swordfish measuring 2.77 meters in length and 135kg in weight was pulled in by fishermen at the Jimiya Fishing Harbor off the west of Qingdao, Shandong province and put up for sale at a fish market on January 12. [ more › ]
Cranes unload iron ore from a ship at a port in Rizhao, Shandong province February 7, 2015. The post SPOTD: Unloading Iron Ore in Rizhao appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.
(Photo: Reuters/China Daily) It’s lunchtime at Qingdao Forest Wildlife World in Qingdao, Shandong province, China. In accordance with lemur etiquette, the ring tailed lemurs unroll their tails while eating. May we all be so well-mannered. -via The Kids Should See This