Emily Chrislip and her husband decided to become surrogate parents for a couple in China, however due to COVID, they're still taking care of the baby because of the lack of flights between the US and China.
KIVITV reports that now, more than four months after the birth of the baby girl, the surrogate parents are still caring for her and it's unclear when her parents will be able to come from Chi
The USDA is telling people to contact the State Department of Agriculture if they receive these seeds from China and to not plant the seeds.
No one seems to know what these seeds are (or if they do, they aren't saying.) But officials say that they don't want people planting them because they could be invasive species...
A senior at Western Michigan University has no idea when he gets to come back home.
WDIV in Detroit spoke with Dylan Tullett who is in a village in China and stuck there for the meantime due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Tullet, a native of Grand Rapids, traveled to Beijing, before the outbreak happened, to study Mandarin...
Just when you thought it was safe to go back on the internet, thinking you've seen all the Star Wars trailers that were out there, we find an awesome Chinese Star Wars trailer to make us salivate over this movie even more!
Don't worry, Han Solo isn't talking about the Force in Madarin, and BB-8 is still beeps and boops.
Lin Yue and Deng Yang are madly in love, with both each other, and food. Their relationship problems have gone on for a long time. They couldn't find a wedding dress to fit on the bride, and then they discovered that their bellies are too big, and they can't consummate their marriage!
The other day, Megadeth played an unusual set in China, of a lot of instrumental versions of songs, and quite a few of their normal setlist missing entirely. No word was given up front, or on stage as to what was going on, but today, Dave Muscatine confirmed it was under instruction from the Chinese government.
Megadeth played an unusual show on October 6 (yes, I know that's today, but it's already tomorrow over there, so don't start with the time-travel questions), playing some songs as instrumentals, and cutting several songs completely. Why, you ask?
China apparently went all censory on them.