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China Bans Sale of iPhones

China Bans Sale of iPhones

Jason M., Co-Editor in Chief

January 8, 2019


Filed under Features

A court in China recently granted a preliminary injunction against tech giant Apple banning the import or sale of older models of iPhones. The same court banned Micron Technology, the largest chip-maker in the US from selling its products in China. The ban does not include the iPhone XS, XS Plus, and XR....

China Researcher claims the first genetic-edited babies

China Researcher claims the first genetic-edited babies

Donald C.

December 13, 2018


Filed under Features

In Hong Kong, China, genetic scientist He Jiankui claims to make the first genetic-edited babies as a modified pregnancy resulted in twin sisters who are claimed to be modified. His goals are not to cure an inherited disease, but to add a trait that prevents HIV infections, which very few people are natur...

China set to launch a fake moon in 2020

China set to launch a fake moon in 2020

Diego G., Reporter

November 6, 2018


Filed under Features

China, the world’s most populated country, is trying to eliminate streetlights with an artificial moon. They are striving to launch this by 2020 which is only 2 years away. China believes that this artificial satellite will be able to light up all of China to save energy. Scientists in China have been t...

Chinese Lasers Injure U.S. Military Pilots

Chinese Lasers Injure U.S. Military Pilots

Tanay S., Reporter

May 24, 2018


Filed under News

China’s first military base overseas in Djibouti is using lethal lasers to attack and harm US military aircraft in the area.  Two US pilots have already been injured and the US has started taking preliminary force. The US is also starting to launch a diplomatic protest with Beijing. Originated fr...

The Sanchi Oil Spill

The Sanchi Oil Spill

Erin K., Co Editor - Campus Life

February 7, 2018


Filed under News

On January 6th, an Iranian oil tanker, Sanchi, sank off the coast of China after colliding with a cargo ship from Hong Kong. It resulted in a fiery explosion that lasted for a week. At the time of the collision, the cargo ship was carrying close to 150,000 tons of condensate oil, which is now estimated to ...

Sanchi Burning Tanker

Sanchi Burning Tanker

Tanay S., Reporter

January 23, 2018


Filed under News

Three days after the Sanchi collided with another ship on the border of Shanghai, China, this 900-foot tanker is still in flames, stranding the crew on the ship. Terrifying 10-foot waves and dangerous storms adding on to the fire make it nearly impossible to rescue the crew. Worst of all, Chinese off...

Cool Places to Visit in China

Cool Places to Visit in China

Jayden M., Editor

October 24, 2017


Filed under Food & Travel

China is a huge country in East Asia with a rich history. It has countless amazing attractions and the exchange rate makes everything super affordable. Great sights and affordable prices make China the perfect spot for tourism. The following destinations are highly recommended for all of those who will visit...

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