A driver came up with a novel solution to keep his car away from rising floodwaters when typhoon made landfall in Fujian province over the weekend.
A man in Taiwan was stopped by six police while he was going shopping because of a protruding object in his back pocket which looked like a gun.
A sidewalk restaurant modeled after the locomotive of a bullet train has attracted a lot of public attention since it opened a month ago in Changchun.
As eating contests increase in popularity nationwide, residents in Wuhan, Hubei province flocked to a duck neck eating contest held in the city.
A group of monkeys started appearing in the residential areas of Xuzhou, Jiangsu province and harassed people, grabbing food from them.
More than a hundred people participated in a beer drinking contest in Wuhan in which four bottles of beer was poured into a basin which contestants had to drink up.
A mother died in Shanghai while following the traditional Chinese practice of postnatal care as a heat wave hit the city.
A veteran put up advertisements on a bus in Jinan, Shandong, in an attempt to find fellow veterans who fought in the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression.
Two sheet iron mailboxes in Taipei were left bent in the same direction as the typhoon made landfall on Taiwan and are now a hit tourist attraction.
Hundreds of lychees became part of a marriage proposal for a man surnamed Dong, from Xi'an, Shaanxi province.
More than 1,000 people from nearly 100 square dance teams in Jiaozuo city, Henan.