Qian Mingqi (钱明奇)
All the top stories from the last seven days:
- We looked at the sad story of Qian Mingxi, the man responsible for Thursday’s bombing of three government buildings in Fuzhou City, Jiangxi province.
- This week’s tip on how to eat safely in China: How to choose your fruit. Oh also, you might want to avoid juice from Taiwan this week.
- One of the most Only in China stories to come out in a while: Prison labor used for online gold farming.
- We showed you photos of the ever-lingering drought in China, Beijing student life from the 1980s, a bus station exploding in Harbin, officially representative North Korean representatives, and the new relaxation room at Anhui University, where you can smack inanimate objects to your heart’s content.
- They might make it legally obligatory to go home and see your parents in China!
- As part of a guerrilla art campaign, Ai Weiwei’s face was projected onto the side of the Chinese consulate in New York this week. The action comes as more attention is being given to the fact that many of Ai Weiwei’s associates have also been detained since early April.
- These two French students in Shanghai gained internet celebrity on the Chinese webz for opening a street stand selling crepres, then getting run off by the local chengguan.
- Australian journalist Stephen McDonell decides to confront some thugs who’d been following him around. Watch the insanity that ensures.