- A 29-year-old woman in China is being sued by her estranged parents for refusing to buy her younger brother an apartment.
- The woman was left to be raised by her aunt when she was 2 years old.
- After the woman refused to pay for the apartment, her biological parents filed a lawsuit against her for 500,000 yuan (approximately $71,818) in parental maintenance.
- The court decided that the woman must negotiate the money with her parents and pay the maintenance fee.
- The Civil Code of China states that adult children have a legal obligation to support their parents regardless of estrangement or abandonment.
After a woman in China refused to buy her younger brother an apartment, her estranged parents filed a lawsuit for 500,000 yuan (approximately $71,818) in parental maintenance.
The woman, 29-year-old Zhang from Guangzhou of southern China, was abandoned by her biological parents when she was 2 years old and has no relationship with them. She was reportedly abandoned as her biological parents could not financially support her, and they rarely contacted her throughout her life.
A video showing a father, who appears to be openly molesting his 5-year-old daughter on a train, sparked outrage on Chinese social media platforms.
Netizens expressed disappointment and anger toward the authorities’ investigation on the father’s behavior, which many found disturbing.
Grainy surveillance footages are so 2017. China is opening the new year by implementing real-time, high-resolution 4K surveillance cameras in a wealthy city in the province of Guangdong.
Guangzhou’s metro line is now being touted as the first subway system in the world with a surveillance system so advanced real-time footage can be fed to the control room in ultra-high definition quality.
Another passenger was detained on October 2 for using her phone on a flight to Hangzhou on its way to Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, raising concerns among citizens about China’s controversial ban.
Chinese airlines won’t hesitate to warn and detain passengers who are caught using their mobile phones during a domestic flight.
A foreigner in China managed to swipe a cashier’s phone from the store counter straight into his pocket without breaking a sweat on Saturday.
The act took place inside a convenience store in Guangzhou.
This is the heart-stopping moment a group of commuters teamed up to save an elderly woman whose leg fell through a gap between the train and station platform in Guangzhou Metro on Saturday.
Footage from the scene shows more than a dozen good Samaritans and rail workers combining their strength to push the passenger car to the side, giving the woman a chance to slide her right leg out.