“There’s one thing that is very important, no matter what kind of period of history you are in: Always know yourself. If you know yourself, you have nothing to worry about. It’s like watching a play. You have two selves. One self is standing on this earth, another self is looking down from the air.” —Poet Zheng Min, the last living member of China’s “Nine Leaves” school, in a short interview with the Wall Street Journal. S)
In a first launch beyond the U.S. market, Hershey unveiled a candy known in English as the Lancaster and in Chinese as Yo-man. The Pennsylvania company plans to spend "several million dollars" marketing three kinds of the condensed-milk candy to gain a share of China's market for milk candy, which Hershey estimated to be worth 7.5 billion yuan ($1.2 billion). Credit: Wall Street Journal.
Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) CEO Lin Zuoming, told a Chinese government news service that “the J-31 can definitely take out the F-35 when it takes to the skies.” But that is not the end of the story as the Wall Street Journal reports: “Two days later, the Global Times cited an anonymous source with AVIC in saying that there was “some kind of misunderstanding” and that Mr. Lin was merely stating the goal of the J-31 program,” the Wall Street Journal wrote in an article.
Woman auctions off her two-metre long locks to raise cash for school
Woman auctions off her two-metre long locks to raise cash after hearing of plight of run-down school. Xiao Yeh, 38, from Shenzhen wants to help a middle school in south China. Once turned down a £2,000 offer, and bidding is currently over £1,000. She's been growing her hair for 15 years, with no chemical products.