This mass murder took place in the same city where serial killer Gao Chengyong earned the nickname ‘China’s Jack the Ripper.’
by Ryan Gandolfo, 08 February 2019
The murders occurred 22 years to the day after the killer's mother perished during a scuffle with neighbors.
by Gary Bailer, 10 January 2019
The brutal crime was committed after the boy's mother refused to give him cash to play computer games at an Internet cafe.
by Matthew Bossons, 07 January 2019
The youngest of his 11 victims was an 8-year-old girl.
by Tristin Zhang, 04 January 2019
The boy was back in school that same week, causing an uproar among his classmates’ families.
by Ryan Gandolfo, 19 December 2018
We spoke with retired police officer Graeme Sheppard about his new book 'A Death in Peking,' which sheds new light on a murder from 80 years ago.
by Edoardo Donati Fogliazza, 10 December 2018
Zhou ended up handing over RMB1,000 in cash and RMB1,100 via phone payments, but was choked to death by the passenger using a cord.
by Ryan Gandolfo, 08 December 2018