|Australia Exorcises its Demons with Historic Asian Cup Win|
Australia wins the AFC Asian Cup final match with a 2-1 victory over South Korea on Saturday evening. Two poetic turns from Massimo Luongo and Tomi Juric, have proved enough for Australia to lift their first ever Asian Cup on home soil.
|Funny Giant Figures Depicting World Leaders and Famous Musicians|
Preparations for the 131st Nice carnival parade in southeastern France is underway. Hilarious giant figures depicting world leaders and famous musicians have grabbed people's attention.
|Employees Fish for Extra Bonus|
A company in Shanghai is awarding employees with cash at an annual year-end party. Tens of thousands of Yuan have been put in a transparent room and employees can grab as much money as possible using a net.
|Conca Joins Shanghai SIPG|
Argentine midfielder Dario Leonardo Conca has joined Shanghai SIPG after passing a medical, the Chinese Super League club announced on Saturday.
|NBA Star Payton Starts His China Tour with Clinic in Fujian|
Nine-time NBA All-Star Gary Payton tipped off the festivities and the inaugural NBA Chinese New Year Celebration Season of Giving initiative in China on Friday with a basketball clinic with underprivileged students in southeast China's Fujian Province.
|Porsche to Recall 28 Spyder Cars in China|
Porsche China will recall 28 of its 918 Spyder model vehicles on the Chinese mainland due to faulty components on the front axles, the national quality watchdog announced Saturday.
|Chinese Tennis Veteran Puts up Valiant Effort|
China's Zheng Jie and Chan Yung-Jan of Chinese Taipei lost to Bethanie Mattek-Sands of the US and Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic 6-4, 7-6 (5) to finish as runners-up in the Australian Open.
|China Opens Second Circuit Court in A Week|
China's Supreme People's Court inaugurated another circuit court Saturday, the second in a week, in its latest efforts to reform and branch out so as to bring justice to the doorsteps of ordinary people.
|Mexico Suspends High-speed Train Project|
The bid to build the high-speed train project was won by a Chinese-led consortium in November but the bid was soon canceled by Mexican government due to domestic reasons of Mexico.
|China Minsheng Banking Responds to Boss Probe|
China Minsheng Bank President Mao Xiaofeng has been questioned by the disciplinary commission, but a spokesperson for the Bank says this investigation has nothing to do with the bank's business.
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