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Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Tortoise beats rabbit as owners bring their pets to compete in China ski-off
A tortoise beat a rabbit in a skiing competition held for pets and their owners in China, a report said on Tuesday.
Sunday, January 12, 2014
Chinese President Xi Jinping's (習近平) unexpected visit last month has largely increased visibility a local bun shop, which is seeking to transform itself into a national franchise business.
British newspapers on Saturday leapt on allegations that Francois Hollande is having an affair with an actress, splashing the story over the front pages and poking fun at the French president.
Two antique American gold coins sold for more than US$7.8 million when they went under the hammer in Florida, auction organizers confirmed Friday.
Saturday, January 11, 2014
Scientists apologize for failing to make a dragon
Australia's national science agency has issued a rare apology to a seven-year-old girl for not being able to make her a fire-breathing dragon, blaming a lack of research into the mythical creatures.
A Japanese academic society has apologized for the front cover of their journal, which used a drawing of a cleaning woman with a cable in her back to depict the idea of artificial intelligence.
Czech phone booths find new life as mini libraries
Two Czechs have breathed new life into telephone booths made obsolete in the cell phone age, converting them into mini libraries with the first installed at a Prague hospital on Thursday.
A man in Australia endured a painful hospital visit after a large cockroach burrowed into his ear and his efforts to suck it out with a vacuum cleaner failed.
Taiwanese-American  aims for trip to Mars
Sue Ann Pien has dreamed of becoming an astronaut since childhood.
Three-wheel US$6,800 car gears for 2015 launch in US
The sleek three-wheeled car looks futuristic, but, as its creator acknowledges, it uses no new technology. What makes the Elio Motors vehicle unique is its ultra-high fuel economy and an ultra-low price tag: US$6,800.
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