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Ride-hailing app offers passenger $1.50 refund after driver picks her up pantless

Ride-hailing app offers passenger $1.50 refund after driver picks her up pantless A driver for popular Chinese ride-hailing app, Didi Kuaidi, was detained by the police after he turned up literally butt-naked to pick up a female passenger on Monday.Initially unaware of the 33-year-old driver's state of undress, Xiaoshang got into the car at the residential Hexi district in Tianjin, China.

Olympic swimmer babysits a random kid on his flight home

Olympic swimmer babysits a random kid on his flight home After failing to make the finals of the competition that Sun previously dominated in — and even called himself a "king" at — due to a cold, the swimmer flew back home to China on Monday disappointed.But it looks as though Sun managed to redeem himself after an unplanned babysitting gig went viral on Weibo.

ASB joins another Chinese social media platform

ASB joins another Chinese social media platform It offers users text messaging, hold-to-talk voice messaging, broadcast messaging, video conferencing, video games, sharing of photographs and videos, and location sharing.The bank has now launched an official Mainland China profile on WeChat, allowing Chinese customers, here and in China, to have mobile interaction with bank.

China is censoring social media less now—but it's not freedom

China is censoring social media less now—but it's not freedom have found that the Communist Party seems to be deleting far fewer posts that it used to find objectionable.But the researchers found over 5 million posts accusing officials of corruption.

The US wants to check Chinese visitors' social media profiles

The US wants to check Chinese visitors' social media profiles Customs and Border Protection (CBP) plans to publish a proposal asking travellers from China to disclose what social media platforms they use, and what their handles are, according to Politico.Popular social media websites such as Facebook are blocked in China, with the majority of Chinese citizens using social media sites such as Weibo and Renren.