The Beijing Administration for Industry and Commerce has banned outdoor ads that promote a lavish lifestyle and include words such as “supreme,” “royal,” “high class” and “luxury”.
The Great Firewall of China strikes again. (via Techland)
Some of the people who swarmed China’s supermarkets last week say they’ve been duped.
It’s true the world over. Take booze away and people will get upset.
In the misinformed belief that the iodine in table salt might help them escape the effects of radiation from Japan’s crippled nuclear plant, anxious shoppers across China are rushing to snap up the seasoning.
A Chinese company has been forced to stop making the Facebook founder action figure. Fair to say that the social network firm didn’t “like” what was happening.
In fear of offending the Chinese moviegoing population, MGM has changed the villains the upcoming remake of its 1984 cult movie Red Dawn. Now it’s North Korean armed forces stomping around, not Chinese troops.
A third, early-morning explosion at the Fukushima plant has damaged a reactor’s steel containment vessel, releasing radioactive material that could, potentially, affect the region. As Japan’s East Asian neighbors watch the …
Beijing will send buses to pick up citizens living in areas hardest hit by the tsunami: Miyagi, Fukushima, Ibaraki and Iwate prefectures, they announced Tuesday.
The revered leader says the Tibetan people need an elected leader.
China is closing Tibet to foreign visitors ahead of the three-year anniversary of anti-government protests in western China.
Does this guy look familiar to you? If so, there’s a reason to it: it’s the most common face type on the planet.