Drunk driver tries to evade arrest by impersonating lobster cook

A drunk driver has demonstrated some shrewd improvisation under pressure after he fled the scene of the seven-car-accident he caused on March 31 in Nanjing, Jiangsu province.

by Stefan Van Assche, 03 April 2014

Man takes students hostage to settle score with old teacher

A disgruntled man took two junior high school students hostage in order to settle a seven year old grudge with a former teacher, Monte Cristo-style.

by Stefan Van Assche, 02 April 2014

HKU researchers reach 'breakthrough' with H7N9 vaccine as new virus appears

HKU researchers have developed a vaccine that may be the first in the world to offer a one-shot protection against many flu viruses, including the deadly H7N9 bird flu.

by Stefan Van Assche, 02 April 2014

Spanish singer ridiculed after accepting Kim Jong-un impostor's invite to 'Festival of Uranium'

Leticia Sabater, a Spanish singer, has gained Twitter fame (and ridicule) after accepting an invitation from a Kim Jong-un impostor to perform at North Korea’s 'Festival of Uranium'....

by Stefan Van Assche, 02 April 2014

UN court bans 'scientific' Japanese whaling programme

The United Nations International court of Justice has ordered Japan to stop its illegal whaling under the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling, with 12 out of 16 judges...

by Stefan Van Assche, 02 April 2014

You can hire someone to sweep your ancestors' tombs on Taobao

Taobao is providing tomb-sweeping services for those unable to pay respect to the graves of the departed, raising concerns about the commercialisation of the festival and declining filial...

by Stefan Van Assche, 01 April 2014

'I should have gone out last night', Li Na says after Williams loss

Serena Williams won a record seventh Key Biscayne in Miami, beating China’s Li Na7-5, 6-1 at the Sony Open on Saturday.

by Stefan Van Assche, 31 March 2014

Philippines challenges Beijing's claims to South China Sea at UN tribunal

The Philippines has submitted an unprecedented international arbitration claim against China's 'nine-dash-line' in contested waters of the South China Sea.

by Stefan Van Assche, 31 March 2014

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