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  1. Trending: Luxury car proves burden to ownerRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | China Daily

    A botched facelift costs a plastic surgeon an arm, a man with two Porsche gets driven crazy, and a Tainjin-Beijing commuter lives the high-speed life. A Fuzhou doctor specializing in plastic surgery paid 50,000 yuan in compensation to a female bar singer after she complained his surgery on the left side of her face made it difficult for her to sing, Southeast Express reported on Thursday.


  2. Pace of home price falls ease in China as market shows signs of stabilisingRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    New home prices fell in 69 of the 70 cities tracked by the National Bureau of Statistics, up from 68 in August. Photo: Xinhua China's home prices kept falling, albeit at a slower pace, for a fifth straight month in September, as recent government measures to ease the property downturn show signs of stabilising the market, official data showed on Friday.


  3. UMC's China expansion to have small impactRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The China Post

    Although a recent investment in a 12-inch Xiamen fab has bought United Microelectronics Corp. a ticket into China's semiconductor market, analysts said the actual impact of the investment on rivals will be marginal. UMC earlier agreed to invest US$1.35 billion in a three-way joint venture with the city government of Xiamen and state-backed Fujian Electronics & Information Group .


  4. Pain In The Ass: Chinese Man Has Laxative Pill Bottle Stuck In Anus...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Medical Daily

    When you have to go, you have to go, but a man in China wasn't so lucky. Desperate for relief, he did whatever it took to use the bathroom.


  5. NHI for mainland students passes 1st readingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The China Post

    The Legislature yesterday passed the first reading of the National Health Insurance Act amendment, which called for National Health Insurance coverage for mainland Chinese students studying in Taiwan. The Legislative Yuan's Social Welfare and Environmental Hygiene Committee reviewed partial amendments of the act, its contents calling for the nation to cover the health insurance of all foreign students - Chinese students included - at a government/self fund ratio of 40 and 60 percent, respectively.


  6. Buggy hell! 8 skin-crawling horror stories of critters that have burrowed into the human bodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Record

    A grisly video showing the moment a man had a LIVE MOTH pulled out of his ear has sparked thousands of comments online. And that followed hot on the heels of possibly the worst case of head lice ever when shocking footage stunned Brits as hundreds of nits fell from a young girl's head But the dark double is only two incidents among many, when horrified humans grappling with insects, bugs and creepy crawlies on their person have been captured on camera.


  7. Comfort and convenience behind the rise of China's new coffee cultureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | BeverageDaily

    Once upon a time there was China tea. If you were Chinese and liked hot drinks, the local tradition in tea led the way.


  8. X-ray shows a bottle stuck inside constipated manRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | New York Daily News

    The 60-year-old man used the bottle in 2011 to stimulate his anus in an attempt to relieve himself of constipation. There's the ol' over-the-counter laxatives poured straight from the bottle to get rid of constipation and then there's apparently the other method - the bottle.


  9. NBA partners up with sneaker brand in China other than Nike or AdidasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | OregonLive.com

    The winner: Anta Sports Products Limited , a sneaker brand based with operations centers in Jinjiang and Xiamen, Fujian Province, China. While the name "Anta" may not move the needle in the United States, it is among the largest sneaker brands in China.


  10. Eurostop signs agreement with leading Chinese sports brand ANTARead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 21 | PR Log

    PRLog - Oct. 21, 2014 - Eurostop, the leading supplier to the fashion, footwear and lifestyle sectors has announced that ANTA Sports, the professional sportswear company based in China has selected Eurostop retail management systems for its retail business. ANTA selected Eurostop's solutions to support rapid growth as it expands across China.


  11. Small cell microwave backhaul pioneer CCS expands deployment with China MobileRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | CNN

    Cambridge, UK, 21st October 2014 - CCS , creator of the world's first self-organising small cell microwave backhaul system for mobile networks, today announces that China Mobile has expanded its deployment of CCS' technology with a new installation in its Fujian Mobile branch. In February this year, China Mobile - the world's largest mobile operator - began implementing CCS' backhaul system to deliver enhanced coverage and capacity in a busy urban environment of Beijing, in one of its first outdoor deployments of 4G LTE-TDD small cells.


  12. Home sales in China soar after policy relaxationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | South China Morning Post

    Home sales in China surged last week amid a policy relaxation and rising supply, according to the latest data from two leading consultancies. Sales in the four first-tier cities showed a strong recovery, led by a 57.5 per cent week-on-week rise in Shenzhen, data from E-House showed.


  13. Beggars Disable Camel For CashRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Austrian Times

    Chinese animal rights activists have warned people against giving money to beggars in a sick new trend towards mutilating animals in order to get cash. These horrific pictures claim to show the camel that was deliberately mutilated in order to get people to feel sympathetic and donate more money for the animal, and apparently it works.


  14. Homeless men 'deliberately mutilated camel' to get people...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Mirror.co.uk

    Police in Fuzhou, China, confirmed mutilating animals is now a new trend - but were unable to take any action against the gang as they hadn't broken the law Activists in China have issued a warning about homeless people deliberately mutilating animals to get people to feel sympathetic and donate more cash. Shocking images claim to show a camel that has had its legs amputated in the city of Fuzhou in Southeastern China's Fujian Province.


  15. Maimed camel begging photos spark Chinese social media outrageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | South China Morning Post

    Photographs of a maimed camel have sparked uproar on social media in China after suggestions that beggars had cut the animal's hooves off to elicit cash donations. Two beggars were photographed kneeling in front of the skinny camel, holding it by the reins as it crawled along the road in Foshan, Guangdong province over the weekend.


  16. Missionary spent two thirds of a long life in China and JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | St. Petersburg Times

    In 1950, the infancy of the "Mao era" in China, there was no escaping a sense of upheaval. The government was redistributing land and mounting an aggressive messaging campaign to citizens that they had been freed from capitalism, not captured by communism.


  17. Kinmen's Li launches re-election campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | The China Post

    Kinmen Magistrate Li Wo-shih spoke about his achievements during his nearly five years in office and vowed to make Kinmen a healthy and happy county, as he launched his re-election campaign Saturday. John Chiang , a vice chairman of the ruling Kuomintang, praised Lee for having created many jobs and for his role in a few significant construction works, as well as for attracting investments.


  18. Memorial events for Guningtou Battle plannedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | The China Post

    The military is set to hold a series of events in commemoration of the 65th anniversary of the Battle of Guningtou against Chinese communist forces, one of the significant battles across the Taiwan Strait that ensured the continuation of the Republic of China. The Ministry of National Defense and the Kinmen county government will jointly hold the events that will kick off Oct. 21, with an exhibition on the outlying island of Kinmen to showcase an array of award-winning artworks created by military personnel focusing on the 1949 battle, the ministry said.


  19. Taiwan's Kinmen island seeks to cash in on its pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | Los Angeles Times

    A Taiwanese soldier stands guard at a bunker on the fortified coastline of Taiwan's Kinmen island. Now much of this area is open to tourists.


  20. Xu Jiang's sunflowers are symbol of a lost generationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | South China Morning Post

    The National Museum of China is hosting "Sunflowers of the East", which illustrates how Xu Jiang found in the flowers the perfect image of his generation who were so shaped by the Cultural Revolution. Sunflowers are all Chinese artist Xu Jiang paints these days.