Sichuan Town Stuck with 2 Tons of Phoney Coins Used as Bus Fare

Fake currency, chocolate coins and Filipino pesos are among last year's take of bogus fare payments, valued at RMB150,000 in lost revenue.

by Daniel Plafker, 11 January 2018

WATCH: Giant Wooden Pagoda Destroyed by Fire in Sichuan

The pagoda was said to be Asia's tallest.

by That's, 11 December 2017

WATCH: Chinese Rapper Tells Foreigners to 'F*** Off' in Music Video

Chengdu rapper MC Fat Shady has released a new NSFW(ish) music video calling out 'stupid foreigners' and telling them to 'f*** off.'

by That's, 11 August 2017

60,000 Evacuated as Sichuan Recovers From 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake

The seismic disaster is the second in under 10 years to ravage Jiuzhaigou, with memories of the 2008 earthquake still fresh in the minds of those native to the region.

by Jesse Pottinger, 10 August 2017

At Least 13 Dead After Powerful Earthquake in Sichuan

Rescue and recovery operations are currently underway, with almost 400 fire trucks and over 1,100 firefighters descending on the site of the disaster.

by Matthew Bossons, 09 August 2017

How You Can Help Sichuan Landslide Victims

Rescue efforts have been called off due to fear of another landslide, but you can still help.

by Bailey Hu, 27 June 2017

Over 90 People Still Missing After Sichuan Landslide

Over 3,000 rescuers are on the scene to aid in recovery operations, which have pulled at least 10 bodies from the rubble.

by Matthew Bossons, 26 June 2017

Chinese Archaeologists Find Legendary Sunken Treasure in Sichuan

Archaeologists believe they have discovered Zhang Xianzhong's legendary treasure, securing the booty from falling into the hands of local bandits!

by Chris Webster, 22 March 2017

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