Thursday, October 24, 2013
Entertainment & Fashion
Petition Calls for Discovery to Cancel Airing "Eaten Alive"
The Discovery Channel is getting a tidal-wave of heat over its planned special, "Eaten Alive," which will feature a man being devoured (then rescued) by a giant snake.
Magnificent Fireworks Showed at APEC Grand Banquet
A fireworks show is staged at the Olympic Park in Beijing, capital of China, Nov. 10, 2014.
Hamster Bartenders in Japan
A Japanese photographer has designed a mini-bar for his pet Hamsters and has even dressed them up as bartenders. This curiosity has attracted thumbs-up from more than 50,000 netizens.
Selfies Popular Throughout The Ages
Gerard Andriesz Bicker by Bartholomeus van der Helst appears to holding an iPhone for a selfie, captured at the Rijks museum in Amsterdam.
Belgian Chocolate Maker ISIS Changes Name to Avoid Confusion
Belgian chocolate maker ISIS is changing its name to 'Libeert' to avoid being associated with the terrorist organization identifying itself by the same name.
World's Only Panda Triplets Celebrate 100th Day of Life
The world's only giant panda triplets are celebrating their 100th day of life, which is a traditional celebration for new-borns in China.
Photoshopped Hybrid Animals to Creep You out
Sarah DeRemer, 25, originally from California, started making the hybrid animals as a way to improve her Photoshop skills.
Gate from Former Dachau Concentration Camp in Germany Stolen
A historic iron gate has been stolen from the former Dachau concentration camp in Germany.
What Leaders Wear During APEC Meetings
During the annual Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting, the host country will provide clothes of traditional fashion for the participants.
Mexican Celebrate Day of the Dead
On Thursday, the Chocolate and Dead Bread was inaugurated, as part of the celebrations of the Day of the Dead.
Hungry Sea Lion Begs for Free Meal at Fish Market
A female sea lion has become a regular "customer" of a fish shop at market on Santa Cruz Island in Ecuador, and she will even patiently queuing up for an hour to pick up some tuna.
Dreamlike Metro Stations Bring You the Mysterious World
Clowning around Receives Official Approval
The first group of street performers in Shanghai have been licensed by the city government.
Creative Wuhan Firefighter Posters
A set of creative firefighter posters has been recently released by the Wuhan Fire Brigade in central China's Hubei province. The posters depict the training and daily lives of young firefighters born after 1990.
Russian Artist Bakes "Political Leader" Pies
Russian artist Yelena Zelenskaya displays pies she baked that look like North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, U.S. president Barack Obama, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Forbidden City's Taobao Store Hot on the Internet
Recently, the store of the Palace Museum at Taobao, China's largest online shopping website, has become hot on the Internet.
< Previous Page
Next Page >
My Chinese Life
The Sound Stage
Opera & Classical
Just For Fun
Copyright © China.com All Rights Reserved