Chinese Boy Who Sold Kidney for Apple Products Suing for Compensation of US$360,000

August 10th, 2012 in , , ,

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The 17-year-old boy who sold his kidney for Apple products is now suing for compensation of 2.27 million yuan (US$360,000) in the Chinese court.
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New Packaging Box for Xiaomi MI-2 Phone Can Withstand 180kg of Weight

August 3rd, 2012 in , ,

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According to Chinese media report, Xiaomi second-gen smartphone will be officially announced on August 16, which is the one anniversary date of MI-one, the first-gen model which sold more than 3 million unit in China. The announcement event will be held in Beijing and it will be open to the public with admission tickets of 200 yuan (US$30) per head. Fans will be able to participate the launching party. The latest rumors reports that the new Xiaomi phone will be China’s first Android 4.1 Jelly Bean phone with quad-core CPU, it may cost only 2499 yuan (US$391) for stand alone device. Meanwhile, the company has teased us some info on the packaging box, it’s eco-friendly, and it’s tough like hell which withstand the weight of 2 adults. The reason for this it sets for a much safer delivery.
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Sexy Boob Party Heat Up Chinese Gamers (Video)

July 31st, 2012 in , , , , ,

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CHINAJOY is the leading gaming and digital entertainment exhibition in China. A gathering of game companies from all around the world, Chinajoy 2012 is truly a melting pot for online gaming cultures. The show has just ended last week and the place was packed with serious gamers eager to try the latest technology on offer.
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Modern Chinese Kids Are Using Expensive DSLR Camera

June 21st, 2012 in , , , , , ,

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Apparently children from wealthy Chinese families these days are traveling with fancy DSLR cameras while on vacation. A Chinese web user recently published a series of photos showing a group of tourist children clutching expensive Canon and Nikon DSLRs and professional lenses. The sight of young kids strolling around with thousands of dollars worth of camera gear has caused a flurry of discussion on Chinese message boards, causing the photos to go viral. People are giving comments to the images as an example of China’s growing economic clout and of the rapidly growing gap between the rich and the poor …
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Taiwanese Art Student Creates An Iron Man Portrait From Peeing

March 13th, 2012 in , , , , , ,

A graduate art student from Taiwan has won a top prize in an art contest by creating portrait from his own urine. He was being inspired to ‘draw’ the image by peeing when he saw blood in his urine after visiting the bathroom one day. Rather being concerned about his health, he immediately thought of the colors of Iron Man — red and yellow …
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New iPhone Charging Stand. China’s State Police Seize iPhone Branded Gas Stoves with Apple Logo

February 23rd, 2012 in ,

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ow you can see new iPhone charging stand. 🙂 Now here’s something you don’t often hear about.
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Taiwan Pineapple Cake Copy iPhone’s Packaging

January 25th, 2012 in ,

A bakery shop in Taiwan has finally introduced the ifood. The bakery shop is famous for making pineapple cake, a classic Taiwan traditional pastry, and their latest packaging box has similar designed to the Apple’s iPhone.

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China’s Biggest Apple Store Prepares to Open (UPDATED)

September 12th, 2011 in , , , ,

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We previously reported that China’s next biggest Apple Store will be opening soon in Shanghai, and today, we see curtain’s off the store. That is a five story tall Apple retail store! Hooray! More pics after the jump!
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Angry Birds Mooncakes hands-on!

September 7th, 2011 in , , , ,

Guess what? Rovio Mobile has its own bakery products in China — the bird-shaped mooncakes (pictured above). These Angry Birds mooncakes are specially made to celebrate the Chinese Mid-Autumn festival — a holiday for members of a family to get together wherever it is possible.
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