Should players withdraw from competition to express anger?

The sudden withdrawal of three Chinese players from the ongoing ITTF China Open has caught hot debate in the internet. Some think that players and coach should be respected, while some others think that they should obey the arrangement from the authority.


Is riding a bull to kindergarten cool or dangerous?

As an expert on Chinese culture, and the owner of a private zoo in the city of Chengdu, Sichuan province, Li believes it's an excellent way to promote the love of nature among children, reports Chengdu Business Daily. During their 3-kilometer journey, he tells his son all about animals and plants, or teaches him traditional Chinese poems, about the animal kingdom, the weather or the world around him. Li also sees it as a perfect way to practice Chinese culture.


Old man becomes an Internet sensation for his sweetheart act

It has been said on many occasions that the art of love and romance is dead. But one old man proved that this is not the case and it is still very much alive on one of the nation’s subways.


Why America should fear China's submarine fleet

Most of China’s submarines are older and relatively noisy – and thus easy to detect, track and destroy by US attack submarines. But the force is being upgraded and made more lethal by the introduction of new submarines armed either with nuclear or cruise missiles.


Inaccurate weather forecast sparks debate in China

According to an announcement released by the National Meteorological Center of ChinaMeteorological Administration (NMCCMA) on June 20, several provinces and cities in thenorthern part of the country, including Beijing, were supposed to receive heavy rainfallbetween June 21 and 24. Beijingers prepared for the storm ahead of time, expecting adeluge to offer relief from the oppressive summer heat. However, as of press time, theforecasted massive storm has yet to arrive. Rain has been lighter than expected, especiallyin the city center.


Medical scandal shows lax standards for televised shopping networks in China

A self-proclaimed professor of medicine has captured public attention in China after hermultiple identities, which she used to sell medical supplies on TV, were uncovered andproved fake. The fraudster, reportedly named Liu Hongbin, has been selling various medical productson TV in China since 2014.


Could this unattended store become new trend in China?

Do you have shopping experience in an unattended store where you can pay without cash? Recently, an unattended store was established near the Changyang Street of Shanghai, east China.


Is it necessary to correct public signs in poor English?

Chinese authorities on June 20 issued a national standard for the use of English in the public domain, eradicating poor translations that damage the country’s image.

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