Usually when couples with kids decide to go their separate ways, they tell the children that the divorce was not their fault. It would be very interesting to see how this mother and father handle that question...
While some people rely on traditional things like hats and umbrellas to avoid the sun, beachgoers in China have taken protection from the sun a step further with masks called the Facekini. Never mind that it makes them look like Mexican wrestlers.
Every story your grandfather told you about how many miles he walked in the snow to get to school has been obliterated by what students in the Chinese village of Pili have to go through to get their learning on.
Everybody in China rides bicycles. True, they've been warming up to cars in recent years, but you'll still find far more two-wheelers there than in the US. Decades of relying on bikes has made the Chinese expert cyclists to the point where some can ride on just one wheel. "Do you mean a unicycle?" No, we don't mean a unicycle. Not exactly.
A couple weeks ago, we showed you the fake Apple store uncovered by a blogger in Kunming, China. But it seems Apple isn't the only one with an intellectual property headache on its hands. In the exact same Chinese city, a pseudo IKEA has been spotted.
Pole dancing-as-exercise is no longer strictly for women. Recently, the fitness trend has begun popping up in gyms across Beijing, 'Today' reports.
Gym owners say pole dancing is a great way to stay fit, and some Chinese men are embracing it as a way to build up abs, arms and upper-body strength.
Given the Chinese population's well-documented love of Apple products -- and the Chinese government's well-documented disregard for copyright laws -- it should come as no surprise that there are many counterfeit iPads floating around the land of a billion plus.
But an entire fake Apple store, selling entirely fake Apple products, is still pretty stunning. And that's what the blogger BirdAbroad fou