Weekly Wrap-up: The most read China news stories of January 26-30

Our most read online news stories of the week January 26-30, 2015. Read more >>

Chinese tour groups are already descending on disputed islands to kill endangered species

Tourists share photos of themselves killing sharks and coral. Read more >>

Communist Party mouthpiece Xinhua is following Japanese porn stars on Twitter

China's official news agency has been very naughty... Read more >>

China bans 'western values' from university classes

Embrace Eastern values, like ... Marxism? Read more >>

London wax museum turns Li Bingbing into a white person

Why, Madame Tussauds, why? Read more >>

Outrage online after Xiaomi VP accidentally takes India's side in border dispute

Know your regional tensions: India edition. Read more >>

Newborn dies in Luoyang hospital after being trampled and dragged through hallway

Is China's obsession with C-sections costing lives? Read more >>

Dalai Lama and Barack Obama to appear together in public for first time

President to meet His Holiness at National Prayer Meeting. Read more >>

Jiangxi parents come up with novel ADHD treatment: caging

12-year-old with learning difficulties kept in cage by parents. Read more >>

Exploitation or enterprise? Professional car-pushers charge RMB100 to help motorists stuck in snow

Profiting from other's misfortune or just making an honest buck? Read more >>

Massive sinkhole in Beijing caused by construction of NPC official's 3-story basement

18m-deep sinkhole that swallowed several buildings caused by huge underground complex. Read more >>

31 years after Family Planning officials took him away, Sichuan man is reunited with parents

'Extra birth' baby finds parents only a kilometer away. Read more >>

Beijing's new subway trains to hold 3,560 passengers at once

And you thought it was crowded now... Read more >>

Jack Ma probably still China's richest man, but competition is tight

Hold onto your crown, Ma, they're coming for you. Read more >>

Chinese families protest in Beijing, believe MH370 passengers still alive

10 months later, and still no plane... Read more >>

Taiwan bans children under two from using tablets, mobile phones and other gadgets

NTD47,308 fine in place for letting electronics keep your kids occupied. Read more >>

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