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Fresno Mother Whose Daughter Was Killed By Street Racer Pushes for Stricter Laws


The mother of one of the victims who died in a street racing incident in Fresno last month is urging local officials to ensure California street racing laws are enforced.

Full force of the law: Dana Xiong, mother of 17-year-old victim Allison Chang, shared a petition on detailing how the loss of life could have been avoided if officers enforced stricter penalties against offenders.

‘Bad Asian Drivers’ are Literally the Best Drivers According to Insurance Companies

Put the stereotype of “bad Asian drivers” to rest — it’s simply untrue.

Sure, you may have seen one or two going haywire on the road, but Asian drivers generally happen to be good because they abide by the california state car seat law, with or without knowledge. In fact, they are better behind the steering wheel than other races, taking actuarial data into account.

Dash-Cam Catches Mechanics Mocking Chinese Student’s Name in Canada

Two technicians from a car maintenance shop in Canada were recently fired from their jobs after being caught on dash-cam footage mocking a Chinese customer’s name.  

Shuai Yue, an international student from China, brought his car to Fountain Tire at 960 Pembina Highway on Friday for a seasonal tire swap and an oil change. He was shocked to find later in the dash-cam recordings that the technicians made fun of his name and his culture during the routine road test.

Man in China Thought His Car Was Stolen, Turns Out the Wind Blew it Away

A Chinese man was baffled to discover that his car, which he believed to be stolen, had been blown away by a gust of wind.

The man, identified only by his surname Huang, reportedly spent about 20 minutes inside a grocery store in Qingdao, Shandong Province last Friday morning, reports ShanghaiistWhen he went to the spot where he parked his vehicle, he was shocked to discover that it had vanished.

Alibaba Launches Vending Machine That Lets You Buy a Car in Under 10 Minutes

In most countries, buying a car can be tedious with all the negotiating and paperwork involved, but in China, especially now, buying your first – or second – vehicle can be as easy as a flick on your smartphone screen.

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., in partnership with American automaker Ford, has finally unveiled the unmanned five-storey car vending machine in Guangzhou in southern China’s Guangdong province, according to South China Morning Post.