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Tourists at a beach in Sanya City were accused of contributing to the death of a distressed dolphin by mistreating it, lifting it out of the water and posing with it in photographs that were posted to the Internet.
The dolphin was found near the shore in Dadonghai, a top resort in the southernmost Hainan Province, at around 6pm on Sunday by the group of tourists, the People's Daily website reported yesterday.
The air-breathing mammal died around midnight at a local marine park due to excessive b...
Posted on 18 June 2013 | 5:38 pm
File this under "he couldn't give less of a BLEEP." Lucky passengers waiting on the runway in Guangzhou bore witness to their plane being loaded with record-breaking levels of incompetence, as this phone-answering box-chucker tossed their cargo all over the place.
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Posted on 18 June 2013 | 12:07 am
A landslide has destroyed a car park and blocked the road in one of Yunnan's most popular tourist destinations. The entrance to Tiger Leaping Gorge (虎跳峡) near Qiaotou (桥头) is now closed until debris is cleared and the road repaired, Xinhua is reporting.
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Posted on 17 June 2013 | 6:53 pm
"I live in Hong Kong. And when the news broke that Snowden had decided to take refuge in my city, I was puzzled at first. But then, as I read and listened to pundit after pundit in the US declare that Hong Kong was a crazy choice for a whistleblower on the lam, I began to realize: no, they're absolutely wrong. Choosing Hong Kong is clearly something Edward Snowden thought through, and very well indeed. Heck, many of the reasons why he's probably in Hong Kong are the same reasons I came here, too...
Posted on 17 June 2013 | 4:59 pm
News of the vicious assault upon Chinese students studying in France may have tarnished that country's reputation, but one can't break what has been already broken. Last week, news broke of a Frenchman who cried when he couldn't find his own house. As reported upon the front page of Sohu.
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Posted on 17 June 2013 | 4:12 pm