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WeChat is an amazing tool. It's probably one of the coolest communication tools that have existed to date. Unfortunately, like most forms of communication, it didn't take long for scammers to figure out how to use it to take advantage of others.
The Waijiao Resume Team recently published a list of people who have been accused of fraudulent activities on WeChat along with steps you can take if you find yourself being a victim of one.
Caution, this is a long list. Click here to read on.
When you feel like complaining about the heat, at least be thankful you're not Pizza.
This poor polar bar, named Pizza, is being exhibited in a shopping center in Guangzhou. Some have found this atrocious and news is spreading quickly online. Netizens have started referring to him as the "world's saddest polar bear".
The park's deputy manager, Li Chengtang, responded to complaints saying that it's hard to judge the appropriateness of the living space since China doesn't have regulations about such things... In addition, the theme park spends tens of thousands of yuan on Pizza's food, and provides the bear with advanced medical care, Li added.
We took a short stroll down Coastal Rose Garden at 8am this morning to have a look at what kind of damage Typhoon Nida caused. There were heavy winds last night with gusts as high as 145 km/h so we were curious to see how our little town held up. Nobody was open (voluntarily) yet except for HH Gourmet. Here are some photos from our stroll (click photos below to enlarge).
FINAL UPDATE: As of 10:15am August 3rd, ferry service will resume as normal.
We took a stroll down Coastal Rose Garden in Sea World at 8:00 am this morning to have a look at the aftermath of Typhoon NIDA. Click here to view photos.
UPDATE: By 5pm today all weather warnings from the Hong Kong Observatory and Shenzhen were cancelled. We will make one last update when we can confirm that the ferries are running again.
UPDATE: At 12:41pm the Hong Kong Observatory downgraded the warning from Strong Wind Signal No.8 to 3 and will consider cancelling all Tropical Cyclone Warning Signals. They caution that although rainstorm warning have been cancelled, people sh ...
Yesterday, the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague (PCA) announced that there was no legal basis for China to claim historic rights to the areas falling within the 'nine-dash line.' The Philippines welcomed the decision; however, China, has called it 'ill founded'. President Xi Jinping said earlier this month: 'We are not afraid of trouble.' His government has boycotted the proceedings, saying the court has no jurisdiction over the issue, and that it will ignore the ruling.
Over the last couple of days videos have appeared all over the Internet and Social Media broadcasting Chinese military forces flexing their muscles in a show of defiance. Is this something we should be ...
Last week Ikea announced that it was recalling almost 36 million chests and dressers in the US and Canada that were blamed for the deaths of at least six children. Customers who bought the furniture after 2002 in North America, where the children were crushed, are eligible for a partial refund.
Chinese consumers have been outraged since learning that China would NOT be included in the recall.
Ikea claims it is justified since its products meet the safety standards in China. "The chests and dressers confirm to all local regulations and standards," Xian Jiaxin, a company spokeswoman in Guangzhou, said in an interview. She confirmed that the furniture in question is still ...
The Maritime Safety Administration of China posted a notice on it's official web site yesterday warning that China will hold military exercises in the South China Sea this week from Tuesday July 5th to Monday July 11th and that all civilian vessels will be prohibited from entering those area.
The timing is suspicious as it comes as the The Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague is preparing it's decision on the South China Sea in the case initiated by the Philippines against China. Analysts are saying the drills are meant for peacekeeping while showing that China is capable of defending its territorial sovereignty. The exercises will end just one day before the UN arbitration c ...
Across China, citizens have grown increasingly frustrated with what many have called a public nuisance. Some have taken it upon themselves to try to stop what Global Times has reported as 100 million people engaging in public square dancing.
In 2013, one man in Beijing fired a shotgun into the air and set dogs after these dancers; Wuhan residents have thown faeces at them; and most recently, a man from Guangxi shot a granny in the leg using a makeshift air gun.
Apparently, the government has had enough. Last week, the China Daily reported on the new five-year fitness plan that will set specific guidelines for these public dancing rituals. "Chinese square dancing, known for ...
According to NBC News, a Taiwanese naval ship accidentally fired a supersonic missile towards China on Friday afternoon local time. A state-run news agency said that the captain of a nearby Taiwanese fishing boat was killed.
Taiwan's Central News Agency reports that the missle was launched during a training exercise while docked at a harbor in the southern port city of Kaohsiung and landed in waters around 46 miles to the northwest. The missile had a range of 200 miles but did not cross the Taiwan Strait's median line, which separates the two countries.
China's Central News Agency released a navy statement: "The mishap was likely caused by human error and that those respons ...