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  • Fake Google exec dupes Tencent founder Ma Huateng

    Fake Google exec dupes Tencent founder Ma Huateng

    A Chinese netizen posing as a Google executive has finally come clean, but not after duping Ma Huateng (Pony Ma), the founder of Chinese internet services giant Tencent.Jia Yanbin had claimed for ...

  • Yunnan zoo hopes new TV will cheer up depressed panda

    Yunnan zoo hopes new TV will cheer up depressed panda

    A giant panda showing signs of abnormal behavior and depression has been given a TV in her pen to help brighten up his mood.Ordinarily cheery, Sijia from the Yunnan Wildlife Park in the southwestern ...

  • RMB2bn? I'm not as rich as Jack Ma, says Jackie Chan

    RMB2bn? I'm not as rich as Jack Ma, says Jackie Chan

    Just how rich is action superstar Jackie Chan? According to a report in the Sichuan-based Tianfu Morning Post, rumors that the 60-year-old Chan is worth as much as 2 billion yuan (US$320 million) may ...

  • Baby gender tests gain popularity in China

    Baby gender tests gain popularity in China

    It is becoming increasingly common to see various adverts online promoting services in China for expectant mothers who want to know their baby's sex before birth. The business is profitable due to ...

  • China-made Hitler tea cup shocks Germany

    China-made Hitler tea cup shocks Germany

    Controversial tea cups bearing the face of Adolf Hitler have been traced back to a Chinese manufacturer, reports Hong Kong newspaper Ta Kung Pao.The 5,000 tea cups, which feature a faded stamp of ...

  • Murdoch 'shocked' by ex-wife's love notes about Tony Blair

    Murdoch 'shocked' by ex-wife's love notes about Tony Blair

    Media mogul Rupert Murdoch said he was shocked to learn reports that his ex-wife Wendi Deng kept diary entries about former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and said he has been concerned about how ...

  • David Beckham may be invited to Chinese variety show

    David Beckham may be invited to Chinese variety show

    Former British footballer David Beckham reportedly asked for 12 million yuan (US$1.9 million) per episode for participating in the Chinese variety show Where Are We Going, Dad? which features fathers ...

  • Premier Li's Set Meal: coconut chips and custard

    Premier Li's Set Meal: coconut chips and custard

    China's premier Li Keqiang has dished out the official meal from China's No.2 position after he bought a box of coconut chips and coconut egg custard at a convenience store. The two products have ...

  • Hubei elementary school has 1:1 student/teacher ratio

    Hubei elementary school has 1:1 student/teacher ratio

    Zhao Kuoqing is the principal of an elementary school located in a mountainous area in Hubei province in northern China. He plays teacher and cook for a student body of one.Every school day, a ...

  • Hubei TV cuts live program after host criticizes officials

    Hubei TV cuts live program after host criticizes officials

    A television station in central China's Hubei province suspended the broadcast of a live program abruptly when its host commenced a fierce criticism of allegedly corrupt officials in a county.Footage ...

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  • Chen Wu (陳武)

    Chen Wu (陳武)

    Chen Wu was appointed party secretary of Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region in 2013.Born: 1954Birthplace: Chongzuo, GuangxiCountry of Citizenship: ...