Workers sort parts at an electronics company in Tengzhou, in China's eastern Shandong province on February 1, 2016. Manufacturing activity in China contracted at its fastest level in more than three years in January, government data showed on February 1, underlining weakness in the world's second-largest economy. (Photofrom Getty Images) There [...]
Four miners trapped underground following a violent mine collapse in Shandong province were brought up to the surface on Friday following a 36 day ordeal. [ more › ]
City dwellers from Liaocheng city have spent the last few days gawking at a series of new apartments which appear to have a precarious looking bridge connecting the two sides of the building, 10 stories up. [ more › ]
Some miners were rescued after 36 days underground in China. They were originally trapped 700 feet underground due to a collapsed mine in the east China’s Shandong Province, reports USA Today. It’s incredible that these four were rescued after 36 days, but there’s apparently more miners down there–and one already died when the collapse happened.... Show More Summary
A note to all Chinese League Basketball players: If you plan on fouling former NBAer and current Tianjin Ronggang forward Jason Maxiell, be prepared to run. Lucky for Shandong center Wu Ke, he was prepared. So when an angry Maxiell attacked him after a hard foul, Wu ran. Fast. Also lucky for Wu is the […]
Seeing that his hard foul wasn't sitting well with his opponent, Shandong (Chinese Basketball Association) center Wu Ke ran for his life to avoid scrapping with an angry Jason Maxiell, who plays for Tianjin. Ke hit an unsuspecting Maxiell in the back of the head with his elbow as the former NBA player was trying to get control of a loose ball. Show More Summary
After 10 years in the NBA with Detroit, Orlando, and Charlotte, Jason Maxiell is plying his trade for the CBA’s Tianjin Gold Lions. In yesterday’s game, Maxiell took a hard foul from Shandong center Wu Ke, and he was not happy about it. Exit Wu. Read more...
A tuhao from Shandong decided to flaunt his wealth by paying a downpayment for a new car with 52,000 yuan in low denomination banknotes and coins this past Friday. [ more › ]
As the mercury plummets amid the cold snap, one elderly gentleman from Shandong is out to show the rest of us that there's nothing to fear from the cold. [ more › ]
While Russians are renowned for their ability to survive the cold and Chinese aunties are known to take absolutely no prisoners, a recent outdoor swimming competition has only proven that together they are an unstoppable force not to be reckoned with. [ more › ]
Nick Kaldis writes: I am wondering if your collective knowledge of Gaomi Shandongese and dialectology can clear something up for me. My late beloved father-in-law, Tóng Jìgu?ng ???, from Gaomi county, would pronounce something like an thi sandong len for "?????“ [VHM: MSM pron. ?n shì Sh?nd?ng rén]. My question is: is the lisp in ? […]
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Helping to confirm stereotypes that Chinese people go absolutely crazy for free stuff, residents of Liaocheng city waited in line for over three hours during dangerous levels of smog in order to receive a free Year of the Monkey wall calendar. [ more › ]
A New Leptoceratopsid (Ornithischia, Ceratopsia) with a Unique Ischium from the Upper Cretaceous of Shandong Province, ChinaAuthors:He et alAbstract:The partial skeleton of a leptoceratopsid dinosaur, Ischioceratops zhuchengensis gen. Show More Summary
The owner of a mine in China's Shandong province was apparently overcome by either remorse or a fear of authorities after a collapse killed at least one worker and left another 17 trapped. The gypsum mine owner jumped into a well and drowned in an apparent suicide Sunday while rescuers...
The owner of a gypsum mine in Shandong province which collapsed on Friday committed suicide earlier this morning as several miners remain trapped underground and one is reported to have died. [ more › ]
Just when you thought that China's roads couldn't get any more dangerous. [ more › ]
The San Gabriel Valley invasion of Pasadena continues, with a couple of new restaurant openings, plus a poutine and burger restaurant planned for Washington Boulevard. ShanDong Dumplings, the San Gabriel Valley dumpling house known for its handmade dumplings, is opening a location on Fair Oaks...
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This month, already vast China gold reserves grew even larger... The Shandong Provincial No. 3 Institute of Geological and Mineral Survey announced on Nov. 9 it discovered a 470.4-ton gold deposit in the East China Sea. That's the largest and first-ever undersea gold mine found in the country. Show More Summary