- An infant in China survived after his mother stabbed him in the face for biting her while being breastfed.
- Heavy equipment maker Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE: CAT) is expanding a Chinese manufacturing facility by 80 percent, the U.S. company said Wednesday.
- Retailers in more Chinese cities have been told by authorities to take the popular iPad tablet PCs off their shelves this week, media reports said on Thursday, due to a legal battle between a Chinese technology firm and Apple Inc over trademark issues.
- Zhang Cheng, had originally wanted a band for the wedding. But someone told him he could get performers for the wedding that would have special features, the newspaper reported. Cheng lives in Xuzhou, in eastern Jiangsu provice.
- A Chinese man has been arrested for hiring two strippers to perform at his son's wedding.
- Chinese immigrant, recipient of a Yale MBA, the third Mrs. Murdoch. Call her whatever you want, but Wendi Deng, the third wife of News Corp's Rupert Murdoch, has definitely made headlines, most recently when she blocked a pie of shaving cream from hitting her husband during a Parliamentary committee hearing.
China Wi-Max Communications, Inc. (CHWM.OB) and Dragon Telecom International Agree to Contract TermsChina Wi-Max Communications, Inc. announced today that they have agreed to a wholesale carrier agreement with Dragon Telecom International, Ltd. of Hong Kong. The agreement gives CHWM access to 2.5 Gbps which can be expanded to 10Gbps and 100Gbps via dual fiber connection between Hong Kong and mainland China in the future. [...]
- Hong Kong's power plant operator GCL-Poly Energy Holdings will invest about $200 million to build a solar wafer plant in the Chinese city of Xuzhou, banking on a recovery in polysilicon prices and robust demand from China.