Foreign man threw 5-year-old girl into a pool, causes uproar

| July 4th, 2012

From Sina:

At around 4 pm on July 1, a man from New Zealand threw a five-year-old girl into the pool at the Cromwn Plaza hotel in Jinan. The girl was scared and cried, which made the girl’s parents angry. Fortunately the girl was not injured.

“The foreigner lift my 5-year-old granddaughter from the water without any reason, then thrown her back into the water.” In Crowne Plaza Hotel, the grandmother of five-year-old girl Dongdong (not her real name) indignantly told the […]Read more…

Mainland visitors eating on Hong Kong train causes huge fight

| January 21st, 2012

Recently, a dispute between Mainland visitors and Hong Kong residents caused by Mainland visitors eating on a Hong Kong MTR train was captured on video.  Video was then viewed extensively on the Internet and caused heated discussions amongst Hong Kong and Mainland netizens.

This video captured the incident happened on January 15, 2012, on a Hong Kong MTR (Mass Transit Railway) East Rail line train departing from Hung Hom, Hong Kong to Luohu, Shenzhen, Guangdong.  Carrying their luggage, eight Mainland visitors […]Read more…

Merchant hangs dogs to death as protest in a relocation dispute

| October 14th, 2011

From ifeng and others:

In the morning of October 11th, people in Shenzhen Buji road near Shenhui road were stunned to see two dogs were hung from windows in a building and alongside were banners that said, "If cornered, even a dead dogs will jump off the building (“死狗急也跳楼”, adapted from a Chinese idiom "狗急会跳墙", literally means that a cornered dog will leap over the wall. The idiom means a man driven to desperation can do anything.) The incident seemed to […]Read more…

15 year old son of Chinese general drives BMW and assaults a couple violently

| September 16th, 2011

From Netease:

A couple was hit violently by the son of a Chinese Army general and famous tenor Li Shuangjiang (李双江) in a dispute near a residential area of Haidian District, Beijing on 6th September. This incident gained huge attention from the public in China. General Li Shuangjiang’s son, the name of which was kept because of his young age will be put in detention for one year according to the Beijing police.

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Girlfriend cuts off man’s penis for breaking up with her

| July 19th, 2011

How about this news in China echoing the recent Catherine Kieu case in the United State?

From Guangzhou Daily:

“I can’t bear other woman falling in love with you. Kill me, let’s go to hell.” Yin (alias) smiled and gave her boyfriend Liang Quan (alias) a bloody knife while Liang’s penis was bleeding heavily. This tragedy happened at 4 am, on July 12 in Dongguan, an industrial city in Guangdong Province. Yin was so angry that Liang wanted to break […]Read more…

Canadian yelling at Chinese train ticket agency

| June 27th, 2011

A ChinaHush reader posted this on our Facebook page. From the video, you can tell this happened at a train ticket agency in Wuhan, Hubei Province.

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Simida Zongzi Gate: dispute over Dragon Boat Festival between China and South Korea

| June 16th, 2010

Dragon Boat Festival  (or Duanwu Festival) occurs on the fifth day of the fifth month of the Chinese calendar. In 2010 this day falls on June 16. According to the custom the celebrations includes eating zongzi, drinking realgar wine, and racing dragon boats.

Recently, a forum post titled “Korean beauty student teaches you how to eat zongzi” stirred up a storm on the Internet.  One girl claimed to be a Korean student studying in a Language University in Beijing, accused Chinese […]Read more…

The war’s on! Peasant builds blockhouse to fight against force demolition

| June 14th, 2010

(From ctdsw) To protect his contracted property from being demolished by force, 56 years old peasant Yang Youde builds a blockhouse on his farming land and successfully scares the demolition team away twice using fire-tubes. Yang says he is not nail-household who struggles for higher compensation, he is just fighting to justify what he entitled to by laws.

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