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No-dog apartments in Shanxi spark debate on the Chinese internet

A real estate developer in Yuncheng, Shanxi Province, has implemented a strict no-dog policy in some of its buildings, which…

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Chinese Corner: The women who spoke out against sexual misconduct — and continue to battle misogynists and trolls

When women break their silence 当女性打破沉默 By Wáng Tiāntǐng 王天挺 January 10, 2018 What happens to a Chinese woman after…

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This golden retriever is smarter than yours!

This four-year-old golden retriever named Tire is one of the most popular dogs on Kuaishou, a Chinese video-sharing app,…

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Hangzhou is now hell for dogs

Police in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, have embarked on a gruesome killing spree of dogs this week, after implementing a series…

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China’s Hachikō

Dogs are incredible and they truly are humans’ best friends!

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Dispute over dog ends in assault

An argument over an unleashed dog spilled over into violence in the evening of November 3 when a man allegedly…

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Man in Ningbo kills three neighbors over barking dog

A man in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, is facing murder charges after police say he stabbed three neighbors to death and…

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Paralyzed dog can still walk — using wheels

This pet dog became paralyzed in its hind legs after an illness. But this wasn’t the end for the…

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Dog gets rescued thanks to teamwork

If one person sets out to save a dog trapped under slabs of stone, it can be a daunting…

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Policeman beats golden retriever to death in public

Dog brutally killed in Changsha after biting four people, according to the local police.

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China’s need for guide dogs for the blind

South China Morning Post reports that of China’s 5 million blind people, only 200 have guide dogs. Due to various…

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In Shanghai, a modern twist on a traditional therapy: acupuncture for pets

An animal hospital utilizes traditional Chinese medicine to treat pets with debilitating ailments.

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The rise of luxury pet hotels

China’s new middle class is increasingly falling for felines and finding comfort in canines.

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Dog meat lovers and animal rights activists face off at Yulin Festival – China’s latest society and culture news

A summary of the top news in Chinese society and culture for June 21, 2017. Part of the daily SupChina…

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Qingdao limits residents to one dog per household

A summary of the top news in Chinese society and culture for June 9, 2017. Part of the daily SupChina news…

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