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More Than 1 Ton of Mammoth Tusks Seized by Heilonjiang Customs Officials

  | Apr 13, 2017 06:37 AM EDT

Heilongjiang province customs and government officials have intercepted a truck heading towards the Russian border containing more than one ton of mammoth ivory. The ivories were reportedly placed into covert compartments inside the truck. Officials counted 107 mammoth ivory tusks alongside 1.5 tons of jade and 37 pieces of rhinoceros horns. read more

#ChineseLivesMatter Petition Gathers 100,000 Signatures for Man Dragged out of United Airlines Flight; Victim is Vietnamese, not Chinese

  | Apr 12, 2017 04:45 AM EDT

More than 100,000 signatures have been submitted to the US government via whitehouse.gov in a petition calling for an investigation into an incident that went viral recently showing an old Asian man being dragged out with brute force from a United Airlines plane. read more

Hollywood Star Jackie Chan Admits to Being Forced to Wed Wife Joan Lin After He got Her Pregnant

  | Apr 11, 2017 06:04 AM EDT

An interview with actor Jackie Chan in 2015 has re-surfaced online after an alleged suicide incident by his daughter with Elaine Ng, Etta Ng. In the interview, Chan admitted that he was forced to marry his wife of 35 years, Joan Lin, after he got her pregnant with son Jaycee. read more

China Navy Fails to Recognize India’s Participation in an Hijacked Ship’s Rescue Operation from Somalia Pirates

  | Apr 11, 2017 05:46 AM EDT

China is all praises for the success of its coastal navy in a rescue operation on Sunday April 2. The Chinese Navy successfully saved a cargo ship, the Tuvaluan, in the Gulf of Aden after it fell into the hands of pirates from Somalia. Amidst the celebration, however, China seems to be forgetting that the Indian Navy also played a major role in the rescue operation. read more

Nanning Bank Worker Saves Customer From a Robber With Knife

  | Apr 11, 2017 05:30 AM EDT

A bank worker in Nanning, China has won the hearts of many after he displayed great courage by putting his life and safety on the line to save a customer's life from the hands of a bank robber. read more

Donald Trump’s Granddaughter Arabella Serenades Chinese President Xi Jinping and Wife With a Chinese Folk Song

  | Apr 11, 2017 05:16 AM EDT

Although the meeting between the presidents of two of the most powerful nations in the world, China and the United States, was said to have been indifferent, the song performance of US President Donald Trump's granddaughter, Arabella, in front of China President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan definitely lightened the tense political rivalry between the two said countries. read more

China’s Technology Giant Tencent is World’s 10th Biggest Firm

  | Apr 10, 2017 07:28 AM EDT

China's technology and gaming giant, Tencent, has been proclaimed as the world's 10th biggest company, surpassing America's financial magnate, Wells Fargo. In 2016, Tencent's stocks rose by to up to 43 percent higher than the previous year, and ultimately yielded a market value of more than $279 billion. read more

Beijing Beats Other Cities in North China for Cleanest Air

  | Apr 10, 2017 07:13 AM EDT

Although the city is notorious for its air pollution, the Shanghaiist has reported that the cleanest air in the northern region of China can be found in Beijing. read more

China’s Latin Dance Star Graces America’s ‘Little Big Shots’

  | Apr 06, 2017 04:19 AM EDT

The Latino dance super star of China, Xiongfei, graces America's "Little Big Shots" hosted by Steve Harvey last week. The 9-year-old dance enthusiast is finally invited to one of America's most popular show after his dancing videos have gone viral last year which eventually made him an overnight Internet sensation, Shanghaiist.com reports. read more

China’s Newest and Hottest Show is Government-Sponsored

  | Apr 05, 2017 03:41 AM EDT

China's newest and hottest television show, "In the Name of the People", is currently making waves in the local TV scene. It has been airing since Thursday, March 28, and has been sponsored by China's SPP or Supreme People's Procuratorate. read more

Daughter of Jackie Chan Hospitalized in Hong Kong After Suicide Attempt?

  | Apr 05, 2017 03:34 AM EDT

Hollywood martial arts super star Jackie Chan is facing the blaze of the Internet after her estranged daughter, Etta Ng, is reported to have committed suicide. According to Shanghaiist.com, the Chan family has been undergoing filial crisis for the past few weeks and this might have prompted Etta to put matters into her own hands. The report further states that she brought herself to a Hong Kong hospital to get immediate treatment. read more

Chinese University Student in the United States to be Sent Home for Violating Women’s Privacy in School Bathrooms

  | Apr 03, 2017 10:36 AM EDT

A 22 years old Chinese national named Zhang Xiaoyuan is set to be deported from the United States to China after he was found guilty of violating women's privacy in a campus bathroom at the Arizona State University. read more

China’s Newest Pop Boy-Band Sensation is Made of All-Girls

  | Apr 03, 2017 09:39 AM EDT

China's newest pop boy-band sensation, FFC-Acrush, brings a surprising twist to boy band fans - all its members are girls! According to Shanghaiist, although FCC-Acrush look like a typical male pop group, its members are all women. read more

Australian Professor Chongyi Feng Returns to Sydney After Being Temporarily Prevented From Leaving China

  | Apr 03, 2017 09:31 AM EDT

Renowned Sydney lecturer and professor Chongyi Feng has returned to Australia after being temporarily prevented from traveling by Chinese officials. He was reportedly kept from leaving the country for more than a week, according to Shanghaiist. He was finally allowed to go back to Australia on Sunday and was welcomed by family members, a few close friends, and supporters. read more

Despite Gay-Related Controversies, Beauty and the Beast Bags $45 Million on Its Opening Weekend in China

  | Mar 21, 2017 08:55 AM EDT

Disney’s 2017 Beauty and the Beast continues to sweep the box office all over the world. In China alone, Bill Condon’s masterpiece was reported by Shanghaiiist.com to have earned a whopping $45 Million during the previous weekend. This, apparently, shows that the gay-related controversies the movie has been facing since its opening date last week do not affect the inclination of the Chinese crowd towards seeing the much-awaited remake. read more

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