Unyielding Chinese boy knelt moving to school for years

College entrance examination,Li Wei

A thousand students were attending the annual national college entrance examination. Among them a 1.2meter tall boy attracted more attention, his name was Li Wei (李卫). He wore shoes but actually he had no feet. With unimaginable perseverance, Li Wei knelt all the way to enter the examination room.

At 8:30am on June 7, 2011, a thousand high school students gathered at the gate of Hanyin County Middle School. With the whistling of the gate keeper, the gate opened, the students stepped on the red...   Full Story

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College entrance examination

Chinese boy kneeling moves to attend national college entrance examination

A Chinese boy named Li Wei, amputated, has knelt for more than a dozen years to move to school. He participated in the 2011 national college entrance examination with hope that his life would change. His perseverance encourages netizens across the country to fight for their fate. Read More

Chinese Society | Jun 11, 2011 AM | Related China stories:College entrance examination

Naked sunbathing

Chinese woman seen naked at home for sunbathing

A beauty in the building across enjoys naked sunbathing,not only exposing her breasts in broad daylight, she’s also exposing her own privates, truly without any sense of shame. Netizens suspect the beauty is actually a prostitute. Read More

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China Drought

Severe drought persists in central and eastern China

BEIJING, May 29 -- China's National Meteorological Center on Sunday kept its 'yellow alert' for the persistent drought that is plaguing many central and eastern provinces of China Read More

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Wu Yuanbi

Migrant woman died days after she performed her own surgery with kitchen knife

53 years old migrant woman Wu Yuanbi performed surgery on herself because she could not afford the medical charge of about RMB 50,000. On May 8 she cut into her abdomen with a kitchen knife to release ascites that had built up. After her case widely reported, she was finally hospitalized and receives professional treatment. She died on June 2. Read More

Chinese Society | May 23, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Wu Yuanbi

Foxconn explosion

Explosion at Foxconn's Chengdu plant kills 2,injures 16

Foxconn, the company that manufactures many of the gadgets in the world, was rocked by a huge explosion in its Chengdu plant. By May 20, 2 deaths and 16 injuries have been confirmed. Cause of the accident is still under investigation but man-made blast has been excluded. Read More

China Economy | May 20, 2011 PM | Related China stories:Foxconn explosion

Yao Jiaxin

Death sentence upheld for murderous driver Yao Jiaxin

A Chinese court on Friday rejected the death sentence appeal filed by Yao Jiaxin, a music student who stabbed the cafe waitress Zhang Miao to death after knocked her down. On June 7, Yao Jiaxin was executed in Xi'an. Read More

Chinese Society | May 20, 2011 PM | Related China stories:Yao Jiaxin

Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei Died from Overwork

The obituary notice of Ai Weiwei, a beautiful online model, artist and soccer baby in East China's Fujian province, has been widely circulated in cyber space, generating sorrow at the loss of a young life and retraining the spotlight on health concerns of young workers. Read More

Entertainment | May 20, 2011 PM | Related China stories:Ai Weiwei

Rare Earth

China issues guideline for rare earth industry

May 20, 2011, BEIJING -- China's State Council on Thursday issued a national guideline that aims to promote sustainable and healthy development of the country's rare earth industry. Read More

China Economy | May 20, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Rare Earth

Ruirui

8-month Anji atrophied infant died after BCG vaccination

May 20,2010,Shanghai - 8-month old Ruirui has been diagnosed with several serious medical conditions and he died on May 19. Expert said said that Ruirui's case was a special one and that his abnormal reaction to the BCG vaccination could have been because of a deficiency in his immune system. Read More

Chinese Society | May 18, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Ruirui

Passenger Facial Expression

Pictures Depicting Facial Expressions of Bus Passengers Gain Popularity in China

Recently, a group of pictures depicting facial expressions of bus passengers gain high popularity on Chinese internet. Some bare teeth and laugh, some shout, some curse, some feel bothered, some feel tortured, all these QQ (a popular Chinese instant messaging tool) expressions vividly depict various states of passengers. Read More

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Elevated lead level

Elevated blood lead levels found in dozens in Zhejiang

Dozens of people living near a battery plant in Deqing County, Zhejiang Province in East China have dangerously elevated blood lead levels, according to medical tests carried out since March. Read More

Environment | May 14, 2011 PM | Related China stories:Elevated lead level

Bao Ernai

Police cracks internet mistress agency, price of college girls marked clearly

Recently some 'College girl Ernai agency' or mistress agency for college girls has been found advertising on internet. Netizens are furious for moral deterioration. Read More

Chinese Society | May 14, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Bao Ernai

Kungfu

Kungfu founder detained over economic crime

Public Security Bureau of Guangdong province told reporter that the founder Mr. Cai Dabiao and other three high-ranking executives of Kungfu Catering Management Co., Ltd., a fast growing fast food chain, were detained. Read More

China Economy | May 11, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Kungfu

Performance art

Artist sentenced to reeducation through labor for performing sex art openly

57 years old artist Cheng Li was detained and sentenced by police to one year of reeducation through labor for performing sex art in Songzhuang of Beijing. Administrative document records “Cheng Li conducted obscene performance in public. His activities attracted multiple people to look on and caused public order in chaos”. The document decides that Cheng Li was trying to cause disturbance. Read More

Chinese Society | May 8, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Performance art

Negative AIDS

Zhong Nanshan: Symptoms of 'Negative Aids' patients caused by known virus

Leading Guangzhou medical professional Zhong Nanshan (钟南山) says his researchers found no evidence to support claims that a group of patients suffered from so-called negative Aids. Their symptoms are caused by known virus and short-term treatment is effective. Read More

Science | May 7, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Negative AIDS

Tian Houbo

A female beggar was crushed to death one hour after injured by the same truck

A truck driver named Tian Houbo (田厚波) knocked a female beggar down and injured her. For fear of continuous trouble, Tian drove back one hour later and crushed the beggar to death. The incident was discovered 4 months later and Tian was detained in Chongqing. Read More

Chinese Society | May 7, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Tian Houbo

Tianlin Street Incident

Leading characters in Tianlin Street Incident admit they know each other

Recently a 38-second video clip titled “Tianlin Street Incident (田林街事件)” is widely circulating on the web and shocks the netizens across the country. The video clip shows a man sexually assaulting a half-naked young woman on Tianlin Street of Shanghai. The leading characters admit they know each other and they were drunk when the clip was taken,according to local media. Read More

Chinese Society | May 6, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Tianlin Street Incident

Sora Aoi

Japanese AV star Sora Aoi crazily pursued in Nanchang Auto Festival

Thousands of fans of Japanese adult video actress Sora Aoi jammed an auto festival in Nanchang on April 30, blocking her route to the stage that delayed her appearance for an hour, but Aoi stayed on stage for less than three minutes, and although many of her fans were disappointed, she wrote in her microblog that she had to leave for the sake of everyone's safety. Read More

Chinese Society | May 5, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Sora Aoi

Hubei drought

Hubei Drought reaches extreme level,rainfall in 58 counties hits lowest level

A serious drought has hit Hubei Province, located in Central China with Wuhan as the capital, since November of 2010, bringing one-third of its counties and cities under serious water shortage. The current drought in Hubei province has reached extreme levels, experts declared this week. Read More

Chinese Society | May 5, 2011 AM | Related China stories:Hubei drought

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