Shanghai Animation Film Studio, China’s first and official animation factory, sued Apple for hosting applications containing unlicensed versions of their works on its App Store that were available for download, demanding a total compensation of 3.3 million yuan (around $530,000 USD) from Apple for violating the copyrights of their 110 works.
Outrage sparked across the Chinese internet after a netizen uploaded a photo of six Danish tourists shamelessly pissing on a busy highway in Shanghai. The witness said the men were grinning as they relieved themselves. Police officer later reviewed footage on surveillance cameras and traced it back to the coach. The bus driver told polices the passengers are from Denmark who had just completed a tour of Shanghai’s Formular One Circuit. The Danish passengers had been drinking a lot of beer, they tried to grab the steering wheel while he was driving, which could have caused a traffic accident. Polices said they will continue investigation and might take action against the tourists. There must be some kind of magical forces that lure people to pee in public across China.
HTC Butterfly, also known as J Butterfly in Japan and Droid DNA internationally, was the first 5-inch full HD phablet with a beautiful 1080p display and high-end specification. HTC Butterfly is a very powerful handset, an experience price tag is the unfortunate tradeoff. If pricing is a matter for you, take a look at this Chinese handset called “Jia Jia Tong X920e”. Its facade design is basically identical to the genuine, featuring a curved 5-inch IPS display. Unfortunately, it’s only a 720p display. It includes a 1.2GHz quad-core MT6589 processor and 1GB of RAM that ensures Android 4.2.1 to run smooth and snappy at a reasonable price. Despite that, the clone is actually not as fast as the Butterfly even both machines are also powered quad-core processor.
Much of the spotlights are focusing on the latest smartphone and electronic devices at Mobile World Congress over in Barcelona. Unfortunately, we don’t see the Chinese superstar Xiaomi’s latest M2 at the show, but it seems like the company is working on the next gen Xiaomi phone with Foxconn right now. The photo above is allegedly taken inside the factory, which is believed to be one of the prototypes of Xiaomi M3 comparing with Xiaomi M2 back cover. Having a 5-inch or bigger display is certainly going to happen, but it’s unlikely to see a fancy glowing LED Xiaomi’s logo at the back cover as previous concept shot showed. There’s another M3 prototype leaked on the Chinese internet as well, but it looks totally different from what you see above. Check it out after the break to see which one you prefer.
The Chinese official has confirmed England’s superstar “Little Becks (the nickname of David Beckham in China)” is invited by the China’s Football Super League (CSL) to be the its international ambassador to promote Chinese football to the global market. Chinese media have called the announcement a significant achievement in the league’s efforts to boost its international profile. However, Chinese fans address it is a tough task to rebuild CSL’s shattered image even for a world-class soccer player like David Beckham …
Dozens of Nexus 7 replicas have been surfaced previously, but this white 7-inch tablet from Chinese knockoff manufacture seems to the best replica yet. It has a code-name of “Fu-Shi-Lai 760″, sports the same high-definition display as Google’s Nexus 7 — a 7-inch 1280×800 display with 216ppi. Besides, there are microSD card slots, dual-cameras and dual-SIM card slots that Nexus 7 doesn’t include. Find out more after the break…
HTC has a tough time last year and they want to get back on track by announcing a new premium handset to blow its rivals’ minds. It’s called HTC One (not HTC M7), what a weird name! Describing the HTC One range of devices are already confusing enough. As expected, the device is powered by a 4.7-inch full HD display with incredible 468ppi, 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB of internal storage and a 2300mAh battery. HTC One is the first smartphone that has dual front-facing stereo speaker and an “ultrapixel” built-camera, which are something that won’t see in other smartphones yet. Will it become a legend? Check it out after the break…
HTC will be announcing its next greatest phone tomorrow, it’s widely believed to be called as HTC M7 (or some said it’s called HTC One). With just 24 hours to go, we have a photo that seems to be the real deal in black. It shows the front-facing camera is located at the top left corner and the HTC Sense 5.0 UI design has a major change with the bottom menu buttons position. However, we don’t see the two-tone design on the facade as the rumored suggested, and we also couldn’t see any speaker placed in the front since it’s so dark. More info after the break.
This seems like is real. In the city of Wuxi in the Jiangsu province of China, drivers are having difficulty to handle and stop their cars on a slippy and icy highway, causing 19-cars crashes into each other one by one on a two lane overpass like riding bumper cars on a fairground.
Talented people are all over the world. In Guangzhou, the capital and largest city of the Guangdong province, it’s stunning to see a hawker that can make a rice noodle roll in several seconds. Normally, it takes several minutes to make this Cantonese dish. Rice noodle roll is one of variety of dim sum, known as “cheong fun ” in Hong Kong and China. It is a thin roll that filled with shrimp, pork, beef, vegetables, or other ingredient, and serves with sweet soy sauce. It’s a famous dish across Asia, and has different taste and making method in different region of Asia. The video embedded here is probably the traditional way of making it.
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