Pan Jie (Angela) [source]
All the top stories from the last seven days:
- We looked into whether this 25-year-old PricewaterhouseCoopers employee (pictured) was really worked to death.
- We showed you this neat infographic from the Economist showing China’s provinces stacked up against countries, and learned that Shanghai’s GDP alone is larger than Finland’s!
- In a tragic event last week, a mother was stabbed by her son, who she claims is mentally disturbed, at the Pudong Airport. This week, the mother put out a call looking for the mystery foreigner who was caught on camera kneeling by her side until help arrived!
- We showed you the interesting bits of the Human Rights report China released as an answer to the similar report released by the US last week.
- We got excited at the rumors raging this week that Facebook has signed a deal with Baidu to create a Facebook platform accessible from the mainland. We were also curious to know what happened to the 250,000 Chinese Facebook users who disappeared on April 5…
- Health hazard updates of the week: Our wind is full of poison, and our steamed buns are full of artificial sweeteners, dyes, and chemicals. The director of Shanghai Food Safety issued an apology for the steamed bun fiasco.
- We showed you photos of live boob painting, eery shots of China’s nuclear past, and an landfill piled high with clenbuterol-tainted meat. Gross.
- We watched 700 Chongqing kids dance to Michael Jackson, and yet another video of babies smoking cigarettes in China.