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This picture taken on March 22, 2013 shows football superstar David Beckham waving as he attends a promotional event in Tiantai Stadium in Qingdao, east China's Shandong province. Comment?
... big contest for the App Store was for the 25 billion benchmark in March 2012 . Chunli Fu, a customer from Qingdao, China, was the winner, nabbing a $10,000 gift card and a trip to one of Apple's stores to pick it up. In February of this year, Apple ... Comment?
A wealthy Chinese Maserati owner hired four sledgehammer-wielding men to smash up his USD 420,000 supercar in protest at poor customer service, reports said today. Comment?
... for the App Store. Just over a year ago, Apple celebrated its 25 billionth download by awarding Chunli Fu of Qingdao, China with a $10,000 gift card, and it reach the milestone of 10 billion downloads back in January of 2011. Any way you look at it, ... Comment?
This time the unlucky recipient of all that bashing is a $423,000 Maserati Quattroporte, the location, Qingdao in Shandong Province in China, and the date, 14th May, and the occasion, Qingdao Auto Show. Comment?
Four men use sledgehammers to destroy a Maserati limousine worth 2.6 million yuan outside the Qingdao International Convention Center in Shandong province, which is now holding the 12th Qingdao International Auto Show, May 14, 2013. Comment?
... was, but we're betting it was Angry Birds: CSI . The last big milestone came in March 2012, when Chunli Fu of Qingdao, China, downloaded the 25 billionth app. To have doubled that figure in just 14 months is amazing and underscores the exponential ... Comment?
... big contest for the App Store was for the 25 billion benchmark in March 2012 . Chunli Fu, a customer from Qingdao, China, was the winner, and nabbed a $10,000 gift card and a trip to one of Apple's stores to pick it up. In February of this year, ... Comment?
BEIJING: A wealthy Chinese Maserati owner hired four sledgehammer-wielding men to smash up his $420,000 supercar in protest at poor customer service, reports said on Wednesday. Comment?
W e present some of the most dramatic photographs clicked across the globe in the past 48 hours. Comment?
A migrant worker who seriously injured his wife and 1-year-old son in separate incidents has once again put the spotlight on the lack of psychological support for the nation's floating population. Comment?
... found a colony of at least 40,000 bees, which he removed. The owner of a $430,000 Maserati Quattroporte in Qingdao, China, was so angry over fights with his car dealer and insurance company over allegedly shoddy repairs that he had pals take a ... Comment?
A Maserati parked outside a car show in Qingdao was smashed in public on Tuesday by a group of sledgehammer-wielding men - hired by the luxury vehicle's owner. Comment?
May 14, 2013--In this February, as oil price rose in China, private car owners adapted their oil-powered cars into gas-powered, which brought new opportunities to the Natural Gas Vehicle market. Comment?
A woman talks on a mobile phone in front of an advertisement for Lenovo Group Ltd in Beijing. Comment?
The descendants of writer Lao She have donated 16 pieces by the renowned artist Qi Baishi, their family friend. Comment?
... smiles during the medal ceremony for the Star class sailing competition of the 2008 Beijing Olympics in Qingdao, China, about 720 kilometers southeast of Beijing. Simpson died the Thursday, May 9, 2013, when Artemis Racing's AC72 catamaran, an ... Comment?
THREE Chinese oceanauts are studying geographic and biodiversity data in the South China Sea as they prepare for a deep-sea mission in June. Comment?
In this Aug. 21, 2008, file photo, Britain's Iain Percy, right, and Andrew Simpson, smile during the medal ceremony of the Star class sailing competition of the Beijing Olympics in Qingdao, China. Comment?
... training on San Francisco Bay. File photo of Andrew Simpson of Britain at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in Qingdao, China. (AFP/Files/Don Emmert) The capsized Artemis catamaran, a 72-foot America's Cup entry from Sweden, is towed past Treasure ... Comment?