Tag: China

Alexander Pieter Cirk And Ms. Zhang Modern Love Story: He Waited 10 Days For Her

August 2, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Alexander Pieter Cirk And Ms. Zhang Modern Love Story: He Waited 10 Days For Her

Alexander Pieter Cirk, a Dutch man, is making headlines for waiting more than ten days at an airport in China for the love of his life. Mr. Cirk, who suffered drastic weight loss, was rushed to a hospital for an unknown medical situation. Alexander Pieter Cirk, a 41-year-old man from Holland, is currently recuperating in […]

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Lu Gengsong & Chen Shuqing Sentenced: Chinese Activists Faced ‘Subversion’ Charge

June 18, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Lu Gengsong & Chen Shuqing Sentenced: Chinese Activists Faced ‘Subversion’ Charge

China has sentenced two activists, Lu Gengsong and Chen Shuqing, to a decade in prison for writing essays and for pushing a second political party. A court in Hangzhou has announced that Mr. Gengsong will spend 11 years behind bars and handed down a lesser sentence of 10 and a half years to Mr. Shuqing. […]

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Kid destroys LEGO sculpture at China expo

June 2, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
Kid destroys LEGO sculpture at China expo

Kid destroys LEGO sculpture and the artist, who spent days building it, is not angry. It took Zhao more than three days to create the 15-20,000 dollar sculpture of Nick Wilde, the fox from Zootopia, and a child destroyed it in minutes the first day it was exposed at a museum of the LEGO Expo […]

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5000-year-old Chinese beer recipe found in Central Plain

May 24, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | 1 Reply More
5000-year-old Chinese beer recipe found in Central Plain

A 5000-year-old Chinese beer recipe has been discovered in Central Plain of northern China. The method was found after experts analyzed a series of Mijiaya artifacts found on the site. Beer is one of the oldest drinks known to humankind, and now experts have unearthed a 5000-year-old Chinese beer recipe in the Central Plain of […]

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China proposes foreign censorship with new Web rules, according to critics

March 31, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
China proposes foreign censorship with new Web rules, according to critics

China proposes foreign censorship on the Internet in a series of bills. The new controversial rules being proposed by the Communist Party will require businesses that serve domestic Internet users to register their Web addresses inside the country. China proposes foreign censorship rules, and many companies are not pleased by the news. This week, the […]

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Zhou Chengjian: Another Billionaire Goes Missing In China

January 10, 2016 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Zhou Chengjian: Another Billionaire Goes Missing In China

Zhou Chengjian, a Chinese billionaire, has gone missing, and many are speculating that police have something to do with it. Mr. Chengjian, who has a fortune of over $2 billion, started off as a the son of a poor farmer, whose diet consisted of sweet potato and one chicken leg that would last for weeks […]

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Psy Car Crash: Artist Crashes Rolls-Royce Into A Bus, Leaves Scene In Porsche ‘Gangnam Style’

July 19, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Psy Car Crash: Artist Crashes Rolls-Royce Into A Bus, Leaves Scene In Porsche ‘Gangnam Style’

Psy was involved in a car crash where he was left scared but not injured. However, what is spilling ink is the fact that Psy’s Rolls-Royce was destroyed in the pileup, and few minutes later, he drove away in a Porsche. Yes, this is how the wealthy man rolls. In case you were not aware […]

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Ili Pika Photographed: Cute Animal Is Seen For The First Time In 20 Years (Photo)

March 25, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery | 6 Replies More
Ili Pika Photographed: Cute Animal Is Seen For The First Time In 20 Years (Photo)

The first Ili Pika seen in 20 years was photographed by the man who discovered the species and the amazing story makes headlines. The Ili Pika, an elusive little creature that looks like a teddy bear and a bunny, was spotted by conservationist Li Weidong in the summer of 2014. The Ili Pika, which is […]

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1000 Cats Rescued China: Stolen Cats Lead To 6 Arrests, Were Planned For Restaurants And Fur

December 29, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | 16 Replies More
1000 Cats Rescued China: Stolen Cats Lead To 6 Arrests, Were Planned For Restaurants And Fur

1,000 cats rescued in China thanks to social media, story proves the power of the web. According to Chinese media outlets, Police in Liaoning Province, have arrested 6 people who had stolen 1,000 cats from their owners. The criminals had plans to sell the cats to restaurants and to fur coat makers. This not the […]

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Van Spills 2 Million Dollars: Hong Kong Road Van Incident Gets 2 People Arrested

December 28, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Van Spills 2 Million Dollars: Hong Kong Road Van Incident Gets 2 People Arrested

Van spills 2 million dollars on a busy road in Hong Kong, China, and brings early Christmas joy to dozens of motorists. A van that belongs to British company, G4S, was transporting a total of HK$270 million or about $35 million, accidentally spilled more than $2 million on Gloucester Road as its doors flew open. […]

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FBI Director James Comey Slams Chinese Hackers ‘Drunk Burglar’

October 7, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
FBI Director James Comey Slams Chinese Hackers ‘Drunk Burglar’

FBI Director James Comey says that Chinese hackers are like intoxicated thieves who are not very smart and therefore try to be several places at the same time hoping to get away with something. Comey compared Chinese hackers to a drunk burglar in an interview with 60 Minutes on CBS. Sunday, FBI director, James Comey […]

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Chinese Official $65,000 Contract: Man Pays Off Mistress Who Leaks Contract

September 17, 2014 | By Garrett Montgomery | Reply More
Chinese Official $65,000 Contract: Man Pays Off Mistress Who Leaks Contract

A Chinese official had a $65,000 contract with his mistress who decided to show the document to the media. The ensuing scandal got him fired and his story has now gone viral. In July of 2013, for some unknown reason, maybe guilty conscience, Guo Shuanglong took the decision to end his long-term affair with his […]

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