Trending news across China on Sept 9

Updated: 2013-09-09 09:27


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Two biting stories dominate the news agenda. And just when you thought cars moved for ambulances in China, oh no – it's all trending across China.

Wrestling 'Tyson'

Trending news across China on Sept 9

Zhao Haijun, a Henan province wrestler was bitten on the right arm by another wrestler from Inner Mongolia on Saturday in the eighth finals during the National Games in Shenyang, reported. The incident was called labeled a 'Tyson' bite after he bit off a portion of boxer Evander Holyfield's ear during a 1997 championship bout.

Loyal dog

A dog waited in a local temple in Chengdu, Sichuan province for half a month before sniffing out its owner's car, Huaxi Metropolitan newspaper reported.

Many were thinking about taking the loyal dog home, but worried it would miss its real owner.

Cheating hearts

Chen Gang, a 27-year-old resident in Chongqing was cheated out of more than 100,000 yuan in two years by a girl he met online.

His “girlfriend” and her other family members turned out to be the same person, who was a 29-year-old married woman, reported.

Subway emergency

Three passengers fell into a subway tunnel on Sunday in Shenzhen when the vehicle suddenly stopped and only one door opened, reported.

The passengers were rescued after a few minutes and local authorities said the vehicle stopped after a passenger hit an emergency door switch by mistake.

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