A team of ice hockey players from Shenzhen was captured on video beating up Hong Kong players during a match for the National Youth Games in Chengde, China.
According to South China Morning Post, the Hong Kong youth team was ahead by 11 – 2 against their opponent at the National Youth Games on Wednesday. With just one minute left in the game, Hong Kong player number 23, Jonathan Wong, was suddenly assaulted by two players from Shenzhen.
The last remaining “nail house” in Shenzhen was finally demolished this month, but not before its owner nabbed a hefty compensation sum from the government.
Property owner Yang held onto the decrepit building in Shenzhen’s Longhua District for as long as seven years before finally deciding to let the Chinese government destroy it.
A Filipina domestic helper’s death in Hong Kong is currently under investigation by local authorities as a possible “case of human-trafficking”.
Lorain Asuncion fell from the seventh floor of an apartment building in Shenzhen after she was sent there to work by her employers from Hong Kong.
A 7-year-old boy from Suzhou, in southeastern Jiangsu Province of East China, survived a 10-story jump using an umbrella as a parachute trying to copy a cartoon he had seen.
However, it was not the red umbrella that saved his life, but a power line that caught it on the way down, according to Shanghaiist.
A Chinese woman dubbed the “Pangolin Princess” for her appetite for endangered animals was arrested and now faces 10 years in prison after she posted images of her meals online.
A Weibo user shared screenshots of posts from another user named “Zhanfangdeduoduo” in 2011 and 2012, showing a bowl of “Eight animal stew,” which included nationally-protected animals such as the pangolin, swan and snake cooked for five hours, according to Shanghaiist.
China is set to start collecting the fingerprints of millions of foreigners who visit the country beginning at the Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport in Guangdong Province on Friday.
After the trial stage in Shenzhen, the city in southern China that borders Hong Kong, the new system will be introduced across the country by the end of 2017, China’s Ministry of Public Security said.
In an effort to lure in top talent, the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen is baiting millions of dollars for innovative minds to move to the area.
Scholars and professionals who transfer to Shenzhen are eligible to apply to the government for a one-time payment of $928,000, nearly six million yuan, Forbes reported. According to local media, Shenzhen is willing to put out over $680 million or 4.4 billion yuan in 2016 to maintain its standing as China’s top entrepreneurial city.