Trending news across China
Updated: 2013-08-06 09:48
KUNG FU CREW
News that a Hong Kong airline is making all its cabin crew take lessons in a form of kung fu, to help deal with unruly passengers dominates the Baidu search engine.
Also viral on the Internet is video of employees of a fitness club who were forced to run on the street wearing only their underwear as disciplinary punishment for not finishing tasks in Foshan, Guangdong province.
China's Central Television criticized graffiti writing to flatter a boss surnamed Wang at the picturesque Fu Mountain in Qingdao, Shandong province.
Chinese consumer confidence in foreign milk powder has been shaken after toxic bacteria was found in imported dairy products from New Zealand, Xinhua said.
On Sina Weibo, People's Daily urged help for Li Zhongdan, who is the first female student in her village in Wanyuan, Sichuan to be accepted by a university but has to toil every day to raise tuition by selling potatoes.
The "No-Playing Cards Club" in Liuyang, Hunan province organized about 40 people to cycle around the city for a better life style, spiking wide support on QQ Weibo.
About 80 percent of writers and artists are of scientific illiteracy and they can easily get bewildered by so-called qigong masters like the recently discredited Wang Lin, according to notable scientist and debunker He Zuoxiu.
KILLER MOM PLEA
A man has asked to drop charges against his mother who accidentally suffocated his two grandsons aged 6 and 4, in Quxian county in Sichuan province.