An app released by the Chinese Communist Party earlier this year has been found to have virtually unlimited access to the data on a user’s Android smartphone–and the consequences are horrifying, reports
Alex Busarov was living in China in 2013 when he and his friend, Yaroslav 'Yaz' Belinskiy, became ill immediately after drinking a few sips of whiskey from a bottle they had bought at a store in Hangzhou.
Chinese citizens will soon have to start using facial identification in order to sign up for internet services or get a new mobile number. The Chinese government announced last month that residents applying
Not unlike the movie "Okja," in which a company breeds massive pigs to maximize profits, some Chinese farmers are growing larger and larger hogs to keep up with pork shortages. In Nanning, the capital
China is already home to extensive facial recognition technology, using it to identify criminals, monitor students’ attention, and even let citizens purchase train tickets. Now, in an attempt to enrich
(CNN) — As Beijing's new, multibillion-dollar airport opened with great fanfare last Wednesday, a piece of China's history quietly closed its doors on the other side of the city. The country's very first
Chinese scientists have developed a 500 megapixel facial recognition camera four times more detailed than the human eye that can identify individuals from crowds of tens of thousands in streets or at stadiums.
A Chinese social media influencer, whose feeds are full of expensive vacations, fine-dining, and designer clothes, apologized after her landlord undercut her online persona with video of her filthy apartment.
With hands stretched wide, Meng Baoyindaogetao backs the ewe into a corner, seizes it by the horns and swings his leg over its back. A farmhand then approaches cradling an emaciated lamb, barely a few