Baby monkey separated from its parents treats a black goat as mum

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A baby monkey was separated from its parents in Jiangxi Province, China. Goat farmer Zhong Shu spotted the little creature as he went to check on his herd and saw the frightened animal. The little monkey has been here for about 4 or 5 days. "When it saw me, it ran back and forth, as if it was scared of me". The monkey now clings on to the neck of one of the goats that he treats like his mum and won't leave its side. They even curl up together each night too. Local wildlife protection officials ...  View More
November 22, 2016 Jason

Donald Trump and China bird “Little Red” have the same hairdresser.

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A golden pheasant bird named "Little Red" has taken the internet by storm for its pouf of yellow feathers that closely resemble President-elect Trump’s signature look. The 5-year-old bird, who was previously living a quiet life at Hangzhou Safari Park in China, has become an overnight sensation. The bird’s keeper, surnamed Gao, explained "I had not noticed the likeness in the past because I had not paid particular attention to the pheasant's hairstyle. But after Trump was elected President ...  View More
November 17, 2016 Jason

Watch: Trump granddaughter Arabella reciting poetry in Mandarin

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A video of Donald Trump's granddaughter Arabella Kushner reciting Chinese poetry is going viral in China. Arabella, daughter of Ivanka Trump and businessman Jared Kushner, is wearing a red Chinese style ball gown standing on a table. Other traditional Chinese elements, the Chinese character for happiness, lanterns and Monkey stickers, are visible in the background. During his bid for the US presidency, Trump had nothing but tough talk for Beijing. But the little girl's command of Mandarin is ...  View More
November 17, 2016 Jason

The new Chinese drone “CH-5 Rainbow” has a range of 12,000 miles.

Chinese military officials unveiled the CH-5 at a state air show this week, signalling a refreshed drone arms race with the United States. The CH-5 is able to remain airborne for up to 50 hours with an operational range of 12,000 miles (20,000 kms). The drone, which can carry up to 8 air-to-ground missiles, is now ready to enter service with the Chinese military as well as go up for sale on the international market.  View More
November 5, 2016 Michael

Watch: Man leaps into giant panda enclosure in China zoo for fun…

A tourist sneaked into a panda house in Nanchang Zoo in southeast China’s Jiangxi province on October 27, 2016, was seen “wrestling” with the owner of the house for some five minutes before he finally managed to escape. The man was reportedly having a tour in the zoo with two female companions before making an attempt to climb into the panda house to tease the sleeping panda. He did manage to wake the panda...  View More
November 1, 2016 Megan

Vitality Air is a booming company. They sell “fresh air” to China.

Moses Lam was an overworked mortgage broker when he started selling bags of air from Canada on eBay as a joke. Now his company, Vitality Air, is scrambling to keep up with demand from China. "Our Chinese website keeps crashing. We are getting orders from all over the country, not just from the wealthier cities. When the air is bad, we see spikes in sales," said Harrison Wang, China representative for Vitality Air. "The smog is definitely our best advertising," Wang added.  View More
October 17, 2016 Tiffany

In China some parking lots have pink, extra wide “Women Only” spots

The Qianjiang Evening News, a state-run newspaper, reported that since March, a highway service area in the eastern metropolis of Hangzhou had been offering extra-large parking spaces specifically for women. The women’s-only spots - 1.5 times the size of normal spaces – are framed in pink, and marked by icons representing a skirt-wearing woman.  View More
October 10, 2016 Joshua

The “Rainbow Mountains” In China’s “Danxia Landform Geological Park”

Yes, we had a hard time believing that this insane mountain formation was actually real, because we haven’t fallen down the rabbit hole. But, believe it or not, this technicolor range actually exists. The mountains are part of the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in China. Layers of different colored sandstone and minerals were pressed together over 24 million years and then buckled up by tectonic plates.  View More
September 21, 2016 Megan
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