“Imagine if you can the wild and crazy times you could have with the company’s line of Ear Scopes, which combine a pick with a small video camera and allow you to actually watch what’s going on while you scrape around and try to avoid puncturing your eardrum.”
“Christoph Johamnes arrived at Pudong International Airport early Wednesday morning for his first trip to Shanghai. … When he arrived at his hotel, the trio charged him 1,480 yuan (US$185), claiming the fee included a 1,200-yuan taxi fare and a 280-yuan tax.”
“Shanghai Best Homemaking Service Co Ltd revealed, before the holiday many clients said they would travel during the festival, so they wanted a dog-loving ayi who could take their pet for an hourlong walk every morning and evening, as well as doing house work.”
“The Shanghai No 2 Intermediate Prosecutors’ Office said yesterday a lesbian has been accused of killing a KTV waitress in order to please her girlfriend.” Damn lesbians.
“If approved, the service will begin in March 2008.”
“Street vendor has not been regarded as a legitimate profession in China for decades, and authorities of many big cities slap a ban on it for fear that hawkers roaming around downtown areas may damage the image of metropolitan.”
“The announcement comes just two days before the opening of the new session of the national legislature, at which top leaders are expected to renew their determination to strike out at corruption eating away at the ruling Communist Party’s legitimacy.”
“This article explores China’s poverty-relief policies and highlights their complete failure in bringing about positive change.”
“Could the men living in China get any more retarded? Here are the horror stories from the front lines.”
“The Shanghai Medicine Adverse Reaction Monitoring Center has received 12,000 reports of adverse side effects caused by medicines. Half were caused by antibiotics misuse.” The Shanghai Medicine Adverse Reaction Monitoring Center. Heh.
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