It’s time for the Dream Team to rule the court at the 2016 Olympics in Rio! Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, Carmelo Anthony and more better be ready when USA takes on China on Aug. 6. It’s going to be good so click to watch!
The 2016 Olympics in Rio are just a few weeks away and the U.S. Men’s Basketball team will get some practice by taking on China on July 24. Will the ‘Dream Team’ dominate? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see this game so click to watch!
Hurray for babies! China has officially decided to end its decades-long one-child policy. The country’s officials have opted to change the extremely controversial policy and allow two children per family now. Such amazing news!
In a massive landmark move, China decided on Oct. 29 to scrap their three decade long one-child policy and allow families two children. The policy, which was first implemented in 1979, came with disgusting punishments for those families who did not obey the strict law — like forced abortions.
What a horrible, horrible tragedy. One heroic mother has died trying to save her baby from being crushed by an escalator at a mall in Beijing, China. So sad.
A young mother, Xiang Liujua, 30, has sadly died trying to save her baby. She was reportedly at a shopping mall in Beijing, China, on July 27 when something terrible happened — the escalator’s platform collapsed. In the final seconds before her life was taken, she was able to toss her two-year-old son to safely, before falling into the escalator’s gap.
The six-year-old boy who fell victim to a nasty family dispute is finally getting his ears reattached after crazed aunt cut them off.
A 6-year-old Chinese boy named Wang Yufan has recently gotten his ears reattached after aunt, Zhang Qihui, 35, cut them off. The boy was heard screaming by neighbors, who came to his rescue, detained his aunt and called the police.
China is taking steps to improve human rights in their country by abolishing labor camps — and relaxing their strict one-child policy! Read on for more details.
After Chinese Communist Party leaders had a four-day meeting that ended on Nov. 12 in Beijing, they announced major changes for their country’s labor camp and child-bearing policies in a new document, reports the Xinhua News Agency. What led to the adjustments?
More than 17,000 capsules filled with powdered dead babies have been seized by customs officials in South Korea after a smuggling attempt. You wont believe this gruesome — but true — story!
Thousands of smuggled pills filled with powdered baby flesh were intercepted by South Korean customs on May 7. The sickening process requires bodies of dead babies to be chopped into tiny pieces and then dried in ovens before being crushed into powder! (Unfortunately, this not the only totally shocking baby story we’ve reported lately.)
Jenny is a true good samaritan! She left Hollywood and filmmaking to set her attention on a bigger cause — adoption in China.
Jenny Bowen, now 66, was 50 years old when she decided to adopt a little girl in 1997. She was working as a filmmaker with her husband, Dick Bowen, but all of that changed when they found their new passion and careers — adoption in China. After winning the prestigious Purpose Prize award in 2011, it’s no surprise Jenny is nominated again in 2012.
Baby Chun Chun set the record for the biggest newborn in China weighing 15.5 pounds. Wow! That’s a BIG baby.
According to the Daily Mail, Wang Yujuan, 29, gave birth to Chun Chun on saturday. She delivered her son by caesarean section in Xinxiang City, which is located in China’s Henan Province. This is the second child for Wang and her husband, whose 8 year-old daughter weight just over 8.8 pounds.