A 11-year-old boy did nude video chat with a 10-year-old girl, snapped nude photos of her, blackmailed her, and when failed, posted her nude photos online. It’s a shocking yet sad story that reveals several social problems China is facing now.
There has long been a popular saying on the Chinese Internet “I wish I could live in world depicted by Xinwen Lianbo.” Below is a letter supposing written by a netizen that explains in detail why such a wish exists.
More telling than waves of anti-Japan protests and discussions of patriotism is a poll started on Sina Weibo. The question is “If your kid is born on Diaoyu Islands, which citizenship would you choose for her?”
In early August, China’s National Bureau of Senior Affairs released the New 24 Filial Exemplars, which not only shows how the dynamics of family and of the parent-child relationship have changed in China, but also subtly tells a story of modern China as it is today.
Last evening, three Weibo posts by Liu Qiangdong, CEO of 360buy, China’s leading B2C ecommerce site, started something that may be the beginning of a messy price war among major electronic appliance retailers in China.
Chen Guangbiao, China’s most high-profile philanthropist and CEO of Huangpu Recycling Resources Co. LTD, will set up boutiques in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou to sell canned fresh air starting September 17 at 4 to 5 yuan per can.