A video featuring a Chinese woman’s online braggadocio is triggering netizens on social media.
In the clip, which appears to be an edited compilation of her vlogs, 24-year-old Han Xiao is seen showing off her expensive clothes, luxury cars, VIP perks, and American education.
“Aquaman” passed the $1 billion mark on Saturday, making director James Wan the second filmmaker, alongside James Cameron, to helm two $1 billion-plus grossers for two different studios.
Wan’s first billion-dollar hit was Universal’s “Furious 7” which grossed $1.5 billion in the global box office in 2015.
South Korea may be looking to officially end usage of the country’s traditional age system in favor of the standard international method for counting age.
In “Korean age,” a child is considered to be 1 year old at birth, and becomes a year older every New Year’s Day. Thus, a child born on Dec. 31 of any given year will turn 2 years old the next day.
The Jon M. Chu-directed film opened with about $1.2 million earned during its opening window in Chinese theaters, according to Deadline.
Shanghai is currently hosting China’s massive trade fair aimed to show the country’s support for a global open market.
The first China International Import Expo kicked off on Monday, attracting over 400,000 local buyers and more than 3,600 businesses from 172 countries based on official numbers.