|Mom Seeks Marriage for Daughter with Property Certificates|
A mom in Hangzhou, east China's Zhejiang province, has been so worried about her 25-year-old daughter's marriage prospects that she turned to a local newspaper to find her a mate, with 12 property ownership certificates and some trust contracts.
|Homeward-bound Couple Reserves 21 Tickets ahead of Spring Festival Travel Rush|
A couple are reported to have reserved a grand total of 21 tickets ahead of Chunyun, the Spring Festival Travel Rush, in a bid to grab popular tickets closer to the holiday.
|Voice Singer Li Daimo Released from Jail|
Li Daimo, the singer who was jailed for drug use, has been released after seven months behind bars. Reports suggest that he has been booked for dozens of commercial shows.
|Former Head Offers to Acquire Malaysia Airlines with $2.5b|
A former head of Malaysia Airlines is reportedly prepared to offer 2.5-billion US dollars to purchase the troubled air carrier. Abdul Aziz Rahman, now owner of a private venture capital firm, says he's prepared to purchase all of Malaysia Airlines' fleet in an attempt to save the company's 6-thousand jobs.
|Asia's Largest Theater Shuts Down Following Death|
The Lotte Cinema in Jamsil, Seoul, has closed its new World Tower branch for government-ordered safety inspections, after a construction worker died earlier this week.
|Taylor Swift, Frozen in Battle for Best Selling Album of 2014|
US singer Taylor Swift's album "1989" and the sound track for Disney's "Frozen" are locked in a close race for the bestselling album of 2014.
|With China Mobile's New Smartphone, You Don't Need WeChat|
China Mobile on Friday launched a flagship smartphone which will enrich communication to a level that users won't need extra messaging apps like WeChat.
|China and Thailand Sign MoU on Railway Project|
China and Thailand signed Friday a memorandum of understanding on railway cooperation. China will invest in two rail lines connecting northeast Thailand with Bangkok and the port city of Rayong to the south of Bangkok.
|China Opposes U.S. Arms Sale to Taiwan|
China on Friday expressed resolute opposition to the signing by U.S. President Barack Obama of a bill authorizing the sale of Perry-class guided missile frigates to Taiwan.
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