Doctor nurse sex within hospital complex | The World of Chinese

A man who hired a private investigator to catch his wife in the act of cheating has been sentenced to three months in prison for invasion of privacy, when he sued the lovers for adultery

Source: www.theworldofchinese.com

This is as crazy as the man who sued his wife because their children were ugly in his opinion.

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Foreigners read books while Chinese stuck on their phones | The World of Chinese

A strange trend is witnessed by a photographer in the airport

Source: www.theworldofchinese.com

It seems to me like the photographer deliberately sought out reading Westerners. Plenty do use their smartphones non-stop. I suppose we are more interested in paper books, though. 

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Hong Kong democracy protests: Live Report

Source: sg.news.yahoo.com

Not reported by CCTV at all.

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Studio interview: Changing marriage values – CCTV News – CCTV.com English

For more on this issue, I’m now joined in the studio by Liu Shinan, a senior columnist with the China Daily newspaper.

Source: english.cntv.cn

Is Chinese marriage getting more like Western countries? What are the Chinese characteristics of marriage?

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First prison themed restaurant opens in Tianjin

Customers dine in the first prison themed restaurant of China’s Tianjin, Sept 6, 2014.

Source: usa.chinadaily.com.cn

Why would people want to eat in a prison themed restaurant? Go figure.

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IHG launches HUALUXE Hotels & Resorts – YouTube

IHG’s China CEO, Keith Barr, discusses our newest brand, HUALUXE Hotels & Resorts.

Source: www.youtube.com

An interesting concept: Luxury with an accent on Chinese culture.

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Bloody Brawl Breaks Out During Military Training — at a Chinese High School

Chinese social media can’t agree whether to blame an out-of-control military or spoiled youth.

Source: www.foreignpolicy.com

The first year students here just completed their first of two weeks of mandatory military training. Lots of marching and shouting.

 

No violence in Jinan. All’s well here.

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