China’s leading pro-golfer Liang Wenchong emerged victorious today at the Chengdu Open, capturing the $1 million prize. As local and national golf fans celebrate his victory over a formidable Korean competitor, they set their sights much higher.
After months of conjecture over what the outcome of Google’s fateful blog post calling out China would be, Google.cn is out of operation. To be exact, all of Google’s China search services (Google Search, Google News, and Google Images) are being redirected to Google.com.hk where uncensored results are being offered to surfers in Mainland China. For the time being.
A foreigner only housing complex will be completed in October 2010, according to Chengdu Daily. In an effort to maintain the districts “purity,” though, none of the units are for sale.
China Film plans to pull Avatar out of 2D theaters by January 22 in order to make room for Confucius, a Chinese language film starring Chow Yun-Fat
Having both been struck by recent and devastating earthquakes, China lends a hand and sends hope to the stricken island nation.