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KIAHLin's his aunt in Taiwan as well as school children and 'Lin-fomanaics' who crowded into a sports bar at 9 a.m. are all caught up in the 'Lin-sanity' of the moment. J-Lin is so popular Taiwan and China is fighting over him. China claims he’s...
IRVINE — Families gathered this week in a business park near the Irvine Spectrum Center to celebrate the grand opening of a Chinese language school's second location. A Little Dynasty Irvine Spectrum, 9844 Research Drive, opened to better...
Wall Street JournalWhat does every aspiring dragon mother want? A dragon baby. Monday begins the year of the dragon, considered the luckiest of the Chinese lunar years. Some Chinese and Chinese-Americans are so committed to welcoming a child this year that they are getting...
KTLA NewsTAIWAN - A 74 year-old man died after he accidentally swallowed his dentures during sex with a 62-year-old prostitute in Taiwan, according to The Asia News Network Star. The man, known as Chen, had been living with a close female friend in New Taipei...
Tags: Sex Crimes, Prostitution, Sex Crimes
In light of the North Korean nuclear threat, Sino-Japanese territorial disputes and conflicting claims in the South China Sea, Taiwan appears to be the exception in a region of rising tensions. Beijing claims that Taiwan is part of China but has been...
Tags: Beijing (China), Japan, Politics, China, Hu Jintao
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Mystery clocks have been popular since the 18th century. The clock seems to have no mechanism, yet keeps time. One of the most famous is the "swinging-arm clock." A tall classical figure, usually bronze, holds some long rods with a pendulum bob on the...
CNNYou may have just unwrapped your new iPad 2, but rumors are already swirling about the iPad 3. The always-fertile field of Apple rumors is once again blossoming furiously, as tech observers pore over the most minute tidbits of information to speculate on...
On Saturday, I head to China with members of my South Dakota Ag and Rural Leadership. I confess to excitement and great anticipation as well as a little dread of the long airplane ride. In addition to touring famous places such as Tiananmen Square, The...
Time for another round of hugs and slugs — this time in the spirit of Halloween, spotlighting some of the worst tricks and best treats of the past week. We start with a super-sized hug for the folks at Shepherd's Hope — one of Central...
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