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Yay, something we're not the worst at
Bao Bao the giant panda is on her way to China today and National Zoo Director Dennis Kelly only has one thing on his mind.
If the trends continue, we’re going to need a new last-last-resort drug that’s hopefully not the last one.
Ladies, gentlemen, etc., meet the first crop of genetically "moo-dified" cows.
Deep down, we’re all the same. A long time ago, we were all just bumless bagbabies.
A new time-lapse taken over the course of just 20 minutes shows the mind-boggling extent of Beijing’s ongoing pollution problem.
Customs officials in Nigeria have confiscated 2.5 tonnes of plastic rice smuggled into the country by people hoping to take advantage of skyrocketing food prices.
They didn't even want it in the first place, jeez.
The video is especially great because it shows many different sides of China, from the natural beauty of the country to the smoggy life in the cities and all that’s in between.
It turns out that “Made in China” isn’t specific enough.
Titanic 2.0 will apparently live at a tourist resort on the Qijiang River in Sichuan.
Not Mad Max. Mad Shelia. That’s the title, and presumably main character, of a pretty obvious Mad Max ripoff film.
It's reportedly so that the company can return to the Chinese market, and it's a move that has angered employees and caused some to leave
At least it's something a bit safer than a nuclear reactor.
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