A hotel in Hangzhou city, Zheijiang province, China just upped the hot spring game by opening a hotpot-themed bath that comes with what appears to be real vegetables and fruits.
The eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou asked its people earlier this month to help reduce the number of cicadas on the street, encouraging them to harvest the bugs for food.
China Central Television reported that the Landscape Department of Hangzhou asked the city’s 9 million residents last week to help control the large population of cicadas which have been causing too much damage to the vegetation.
A man accused of stealing phones and watches was nabbed by police after his flight from Hangzhou International Airport was delayed twice on Sunday, according to South China Morning Post.
Police were notified by a Hangzhou resident that his home had been burgled, reporting two phones and a watch missing from his house. The stolen items were valued at 8,000 yuan (approximately $1,200).
A May report estimated that over a quarter of Chinese children age 7 or above are expected to be obese or overweight by 2030, but 7-year-old Chen Yi has gone viral for his eight-pack abs and big biceps.
At the age of five, Chen, from Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, was recruited by a local gymnastics school where he currently goes through intense physical training and only comes home every weekend, according to Shanghaiist.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma is confident his company will make its way to the top as the fifth largest economy of the world by 2036, sitting behind only the U.S., China, Japan, Germany and the U.K., respectively.
Ma recently saw his personal wealth, which is mostly based off the value of Alibaba, grow $2.8 billion overnight after Alibaba Group’s value jumped by 13.3% on the New York Stock Exchange last Friday, making him China’s richest man at #14 on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Eager Chinese homebuyers stormed into a residential building to buy flats that went on sale at around 9 a.m. on Saturday.
In the mad dash to get the first deals, the mob of 100 homebuyers literally brought doors down, knocking them off from the hinges.
Prior to their trip to the G20 summit, British officials had been warned against China’s “honey traps.”
They come in the form of seductive female attendants who, in theory, are spies out to milk some information from unsuspecting foreigners.