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Picture: More than 400 soldiers who are to retire from the Tian'anmen branch of the armed police attend the flag raising ceremony. They saluted the national flag the last time as soldiers.
Bilingual: An entrepreneur has launched a university messaging service for no-strings liaisons. The new website has been launched to allow university students to meet for casual sex. Its designer claims the service is being dominated by female students at Oxford.
Bilingual: For those wanting to add a little sparkle to their Christmas this year, a jewelry store in downtown Tokyo has just the answer: a pure gold revolving Christmas tree covered in Disney characters such as Mickey Mouse, Tinker Bell and Cinderella.
Buzzword: Wi-Fi squatter, which refers to someone who lingers in a public location to use its Wi-Fi Internet connection, or who uses such a connection without authorization.
On China Forum
Discussion: Is the renewal of credibility and morality urgent in China?
(China Daily 11/24/2012 page2)