Of course Chinese netizens want 'action' against Japan, but why are we paying attention?

Reuters reports that ''Chinese internet users are calling for tough measures to enforce China's new airspace defense zone over waters disputed with Japan''. Given that the dominant voice...

by James Griffiths, 28 November 2013

Comedian Kristina Wong had the best reaction to the news that men 'prefer Asian women'

Are You Interested, a Facebook-based dating app, recently released a report analysing over 2.4 million interactions among its user base in the US to 'discover the likelihood of users...

by James Griffiths, 27 November 2013

US raises B-52 sized middle finger to China over East China Sea defence zone

Following yesterday's news that China had established an Air Defence Identification Zone (ADIZ) over much of the East China Sea including the disputed Diaoyu/Senkaku islands, the US...

by James Griffiths, 27 November 2013

New York Times CEO says Chinese language site under review

Speaking to Reuters, New York Times CEO Mark Thompson admits that the company's blocked-in-China Chinese language site is potentially on the chopping block: "The fact that we can't be...

by James Griffiths, 27 November 2013

Drunk Chongqing man destroys elevator with one punch

You wouldn't want to get this Chongqing man, surnamed Wang, angry. On November 17, after coming home from a night on the town, Wang hit an elevator door with his fist, breaking the entire...

by James Griffiths, 27 November 2013

All-China Women's Federation: 1 in 4 Chinese women suffer domestic abuse

Nearly a quarter of Chinese women have suffered domestic violence in their marriage, the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF) announced Tuesday.

by James Griffiths, 27 November 2013

Xinjiang mummies stripped to save 2,200 year old clothes

Archaeologists in Xinjiang province have been carefully removing 2,200 year old clothing from four mummies piece by piece like some sort of perverted, incredibly delicate stripshow....

by James Griffiths, 27 November 2013

Henan man gets finger trapped in radiator, carries it to fire station for help

A man from Luoyang, Henan province was trying to replace a broken radiator at his home on November 19 when his finger got stuck in a pipe.

by James Griffiths, 27 November 2013

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