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Apple and Alibaba plan to rollout Apple Pay in China together

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is currently in talks with Apple to discuss the specifics of the rollout of Apple Pay in China. Alibaba says that it’s positive about the potential partnership with the American technology giant, which will focus exclusively on the Chinese market, but that it will depend on
More than 350,000 Apple users in China affected by malware attack

Apple prides itself on iOS’s anti-malware security and iPhone users frequently use this to bash Android’s issues with malware, one which affects numerous Android users. That may all change, however, as researchers at Palo Alto Networks have discovered a new program, known as WireLurker, that may prove to be a
A woman’s virginity is worth $5,000 in China according to a court ruling

A Chinese court has ordered a married man to pay $5,000 to the woman he was having an affair with for “violating her right to virginity” because he pretended to be single when they slept together. On top of that, the man was told during sentencing at Pudong New Area
Australian billionaire apologizes for remarks about Chinese “mongrels” and “bastards”

Clive Palmer has sent a letter to the Chinese embassy in Canberra, the capital of Australia, in which he apologizes to “Chinese people everywhere” for the remarks he made eight days ago where he called the Chinese government “mongrels” who “shoot their own people” and “haven’t got a justice system”.
61 Million Chinese Children Live Without Parents

More than sixty-one million, or around 20%, of the children in China live in rural villages without their parents. Most of these children belong to peasants who have fled rural areas in recent years in order to find work in China’s rapidly growing urban areas. The cheap labor of these
Chinese Man Spends Six Years Playing Games

China has a rapidly growing problem with Internet and video game addiction among its youth. This issue is best described by the case of Li Meng, a young man who has essentially lived in an Internet café for over six years. According to the Chinese media, Meng has been essentially