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United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz makes a bad situation worse

Chicago - According to the CEO of United Airlines, the passenger who was forcibly removed from a Chicago to Louisville flight because of overbooking was “disruptive and belligerent.” Many are calling for a boycott of United and the firing of the CEO.

Trump-Clinton debate put to music, karaoke style

A lot of people watching the second debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton thought they looked like they were singing a duet. So portions of the debate have been put to music and posted on social media.

In Pictures: Flooding in China causing deaths and devastation

Heavy rains in central and southern China that started in June have already left over 130 people dead and almost 100 more missing, with more damage to come from a typhoon expected to hit later this week.

China's Weibo ups character limit to 2,000 ahead of Twitter

Weibo, the Chinese social network usually viewed as the country's answer to Twitter, has axed its 140-character limit on user posts and dramatically increased the maximum length to 2,000 characters. It comes amid rumours of Twitter doing the same soon.

China has 'no plans' to unblock the foreign Internet anytime soon

China has reiterated its stance on the usage of foreign Internet sites, saying it has "no plans" to enable legal access in the near future. The comments come shortly after a series of high-profile visits to the country by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Video teasing 'Fat Guy Number 3' Kim Jong-un goes viral

A mash-up video poking fun at the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is doing the rounds across the world and has been viewed millions of times in China.

Child draws on dad's passport, dad can't leave South Korea

Seoul - A four-year-old Chinese boy managed to get hold of his father's passport, and apparently thought it needed an artist's touch. Unfortunately for the father, the budding Rembrandt has left him stranded in South Korea for unrecognizable documentation.

Weibo seeks to raise at least $340 mln in U.S. IPO

New York - The microblogging service Weibo -- often described as China's version of Twitter -- will raise at least $340 million in its U.S. stock offering, an updated filing showed Friday.

Alibaba, Weibo see advantages in US listing

New York - In picking the US to launch initial public offerings rather than their home market, Chinese technology companies Alibaba and Weibo are opting for maximum visibility and access to capital.Alibaba, an e-commerce giant that blends elements of Google, eBay...

Sina Weibo, 'China's Twitter,' files for IPO in US

New York - Weibo Corp., the Chinese microblogging service often compared with Twitter, filed Friday for a US stock offering seeking to raise $500 million.The move will allow the popular Chinese-language social network to spin off from the Internet giant Sina.

Weibo, 'China's Twitter,' files for IPO in US

New York - Weibo, the Chinese microblogging service often compared with Twitter, filed Friday for a US stock offering seeking to raise $500 million.The move will allow the popular Chinese-language social network to spin off from the Internet giant Sina, according...

Sina Weibo files for $500 million U.S. IPO

Twitter-like messaging service Weibo Corp filed on Friday to raise $500 million via a U.S. initial public offering, as Chinese companies flock to the American market in record numbers to take advantage of soaring valuations.

Is China finally accepting transgenders?

During the last few weeks of July, the story of a young transgender couple who transitioned together, a story recently gone viral in the Western media, trended on Sina Weibo, China’s popular blogger platform.

Op-Ed: Apple apologizes for ‘arrogance’ but China wants more supervision

Sydney - Chinese State Administration for Industry and Commerce is telling “local industry and commerce authorities” to “enhance legal supervision” of Apple, The new initiative comes despite a public apology from Apple.

Internet users in China hit 513 million, 60% still remain offline

Beijing - A new report published shows that the number of Internet users in China has hit 513 million, which is up from 298 million at the end of 2008. Although the increase is staggering, 60 percent of the population is still not connected.
 

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