Too bad there’s no EZ-Pass out of jail.
Thursday’s links got too famous too soon.
Guo Gangtang has been on a quest across China since his two-year-old son’s mysterious disappearance in 1997. 13 years and 400,000 kilometers later, the hopeful father is still searching for his son.
China and the U.S. may not see eye to eye — or rather yuan to dollar — on trivial matters such as currency but when it comes to movies, the two nations are best friends forever.
Sure, you could trust your partner. But then again, why bother, when the Internet can let you know if you’re lover is faithful.
Hail, lightning and gales came through the state’s eastern region this summer thanks to scientist-puppetmasters.
“Great Firewall” or not, Chinese Web surfers have overtaken the intertubes and so, it turns out, has their mother tongue. The stats are in: Chinese is poised to outpace English as the dominant language online.
A restaurant that opened this month in the eastern Chinese province of Shandong uses robots for waiters, boosting efficiency and providing further proof that human beings are superfluous. Machines don’t grumble over tips. And …
Break out those credit cards — plates and cups commemorating the vows of two people you’ll never meet are on sale!
There are a couple things the Chinese Communist Party dislikes: Criticism, for one. Also, Taiwan. The folks at Next Media Animation don’t seem to care. They’ve created a video that mocks much of what the Middle Kingdom holds …
It’s been a tough month for China’s PR machine. First Beijing had to figure out what to do about its belligerent pals in North Korea, and now, as all eyes turn to Oslo for this week’s Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, the …