Battle of the bra

In 2014, a movie called Free the Nipple filmed by American actress, producer, director and activist Lina Esco was released, and later a campaign started on social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram, that argue that women should be allowed to be topless and bare their nipples in public just like men.

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‘Pay to play with the panda’ policies draw criticism from animal lovers

To cater to people's enthusiasm, at certain breeding facilities around the country, visitors lucky enough to obtain ultra-exclusive tickets are allowed close contact with the pandas. However, most panda fans simply settle for live-streaming broadcasts or videos that follow the every move of their favorite pandas.

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Can you live without a car in your city?

Today is World Car Free Day. To promote a greener lifestyle, many people leave their cars at home and find alternative ways of getting to work. People say that you cannot possibly live without a car in cities. That got me wondering

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How does it feel to take the high-speed train?

The speed on the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway was increased to 350 kilometers per hour, making it among the world's fastest train services. Fourteen of the bullet trains, dubbed Fuxing

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Isn't cruel to remove dogs' vocal cords to stop them from barking?

An unlicensed vet was caught cutting pet dogs’ vocal cords in southwestern China. The man, surnamed Zeng, set up his business at a stall in a Chengdu market. He was ordered to leave after authorities

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Canadian 'professor' buys fake diploma and start fake college in China.

Mount Knowledge is a “school” established by Canadian Erwin Sniedzins in China that uses a so-called “Knowledge Generator” to train learners and local ELT/ESL teachers.

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Cheesy challenge

China's customs seems to have halted imports of a wide range of soft, mold-ripened cheese from Europe, including Brie, Camembert, Epoisses, Bleu, Fourme d'Ambert and Roquefort, although regulators have yet to publish an announcement detailing the measure, according to companies involved in the matter.

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Book piracy: Can we make it stop?

The article published in an official account on the popular messaging app WeChat said some books claimed to be collections by authors such as Yu Qiuyu and Guo Jingming were from a publisher that actually doesn’t exist.

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