Posted: 24 Oct 2012 08:06 PM PDT
Japanese cyclist Kawahara Keiichiro is giving hands out to a quake-hit area in southwest China’s Yunnan Province, according to reports.
He flew from Beijing Wednesday afternoon to Yiliang in Yunnan Province that had suffered a series of earthquakes in early September with relief resources.
The world cyclist is popular in China, as he had his bike stolen in Wuhan city in early February, and local police launched “massive search” to successfully find his bike back.
Kawahara was found to be a friendly person. During his journey through China, he visited homes for the elderly as a volunteer and looked after them.
But unfortunately, the police’s effort did not earn praise from a large number of Chinese netizens. They complained it a special treatment to a foreigner instead, as police normally are uncooperative to the reports of stolen bike which are too common in China.
Kawahara is currently still travelling through China. He was very grateful to Chinese people who had helped him recover his beloved bike with which the cyclist said he has been to dozens of countries over years.
Posted: 24 Oct 2012 01:27 PM PDT
A group of photos of child abuse were uncovered by web users from a personal blog of a kindergarten teacher in Wenling, Zhejiang, sparking another wave of public outrage online.
A poor kid was seen crying when a female teacher lifted her up by her ears. The teacher seemed to be amused however and laughed, and the other teacher took a photo of it.
In other photos, the teacher continued to make fun of her young pupils in the classroom, by throwing them into a trash bin, sealing their mouths up with tape, or punishing them to stand in a corner.
She shared the photos on her personal blog with her friends, and often laughed about them.
The matter has quickly promoted a surge of criticism from netizens when exposed, who demanded serious punishment against the teacher and swore to find her out. Check more photos below.
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