Talk about a bombshell. A popular Chinese television drama has been pulled off air over a scene where a hidden grenade is pulled from a woman’s crotch during an amorous scene.
Authorities in the countries directly affected by the Southeast Asian migrant crisis are becoming increasingly concerned about anti-migrant sentiment on social media.
What was thought to be a political flyer distributed by People’s Action Party (PAP) activists outside the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) has turned out to be an article on the last page of a free campus magazine ‘Fresh Grads’.
Amos Yee has retracted his apology for falsely alleging that his former bailor Vincent Law molested him. “Yeah I lied, again… I wasn’t really going to tender an apology to Vincent,” Yee said on his Facebook page at about 2am on Saturday morning. In a long, expletive-laden, blog post, Yee
“The whole idea of freedom is that people should feel and sense the freedom,” said Amos Yee’s lawyers in a nine-page plea for Amos Yee to receive a light sentence.
Rest home fire in central China kills 38
Tue, May 26, 2015 10:27AM UTC
Indonesian police kill 2 suspected terrorists in shootout
Mon, May 25, 2015 8:11PM UTC
China cuts import tax on clothes, other goods
Mon, May 25, 2015 6:21PM UTC