Trending news across China on Sept 6
Updated: 2013-09-06 10:01
Ni Hao? Apparently 30% can not speak Mandarin. And heard about the cop that gave another cop a ticket – it's all trending across China.
Diet 235 kg
Wen Bishan, a 38-year-old resident in Guangxi lost 235 kilograms to size down to 132 kilograms within four months by removing 90 percent of his stomach, people.com.cn reported. "I am so happy Finally I can buy my favorite clothes now," he said with a normal blood pressure and blood glucose.
A policeman in Haikou, Hainan province tore up a parking ticket while swearing shortly after he was fined for parking his car on the roadside by traffic police on Wednesday, people.com.cn reported. His rude behavior triggered a huge buzz online.
A total of 400 million Chinese people, or 30 percent of Chinese residents cannot speak Mandarin, according to the Ministry of Education on Thursday.
Kaifu Lee, the former head of Google China, who now runs a technology incubator Innovation Works, has been diagnosed with cancer, he revealed on in his Weibo on Thursday night."…Life is limited. Everyone is equal before cancer," his statement was forwarded nearly 7,000 times within half an hour.
A 24-year-old girl surnamed Xu from Cixi, Zhejiang province has been missing in Tibet after nine days of hiking, northnews.cn reported.
The girl, who only had 200 yuan while traveling with two boys, headed for Motuo in Tibet, said one of her friends on Weibo who called for a search.
Meng Tao, a 27-year-old man in Changsha, Hunan province asked for a divorce from his 45-year-old wife after four years marriage, blaming the age gap.
The local court finally adjudicated prohibiting the divorce since Meng already knew their age gap before they married, voc.com.cn reported.
A former vice mayor Fan Ping from Sichuan province has been teaching inmates courses including pottery-making and painting, and instructing them in important life principles in the hope that the young offenders will mend their ways. Ping was sentenced to 16 years in prison for corruption and graft in 2008,
A man surnamed Chen from Xi'an, Shaanxi province said the 20 100 RMB bills withdrawn from an ATM contained 11 notes signed "Chinese Hell Money Bank". Police said investigation is still under way with the possibility that someone switched the real bills for the 'hell' ones.
A woman surnamed Guo said six luxury bags she purchased from Hermes store in Europe, four turned out to counterfeit. The bags each costs over 450,000 yuan ($73,530). A Chinese female star was also reported to have bought a fake Hermes bag for 700,000 yuan in a similar incident earlier.
A picture of a police car in Hebei province which appeared at the Hebei Vocational College of Politics and Law on its first day of school day has been published online to see if it was used for private use.
A woman who attempted suicide due to a failed breast implant was pulled to safety in Shanghai's Jing'an district. The woman, standing on top of a plastic cosmetic surgery hospital, said she failed to get compensation from the hospital after repeated negotiations.
A man was indicted on charges of intentionally disclosing state secrets in Shanghai. On Sept 22 last year he cheated a national level construction engineer exam by his wife sending him the answers through a wireless earphones from a car near the test site.