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overpaid¥1 mln for 4 bowls of noodles!? unbelievable!

the manager of a beef noodle shop was astonished after receiving a million yuan on the first day in business, as a guest accidentally overpaid. 

it is reported that the restaurant in shaoxing of zhejiang province held a recharge activity on its opening day and the chinese man was trying to buy a pre-loaded payment card for 100 yuan that came with 120 yuan of credit. 

however, he mistakenly input an extra four “zeros” after one hundred and actually paid more than 1,001,300 yuan (nearly $142,178) in total. 

overpaid¥1 mln for 4 bowls of noodles!? unbelievable!

“when we checked guest payments, we were stunned to find such a long number,” chen ruoxuan, owner of the restaurant said. 

“my husband and i counted it many times, and we are sure that it is impossible to make such a big mistake. ” 

chen said the guest and his three friends spent 85 yuan in total on their meal, which means that he has overpaid over 1 million yuan

overpaid¥1 mln for 4 bowls of noodles!? unbelievable!
there are 1,001,264 yuan ($142,172) left in the man’s membership account.

after realizing the mistake, the restaurant staff immediately contacted the man and gave him a refund. he had no idea that one million yuan had left his account until then. 

“he was surprised and asked, ‘how could that be possible?’” chen said. 

overpaid¥1 mln for 4 bowls of noodles!? unbelievable!
chen said the man didn’t notice that he had lost a million yuan at all. 

many netizens didn’t quite believe the story and doubted that it’s a hype, considering the key bit of missing information, and that payment platforms have strict limits on the amount of instant payments. 

according to the local media reports, meituan, a chinese local life service platform, said they have limits on the amount of each payment to restaurants and it is impossible to pay 1 million once. 

overpaid¥1 mln for 4 bowls of noodles!? unbelievable!

“i am clear about every penny i spend,” said a netizen on china’s twitter-like sina weibo. 

 

overpaid¥1 mln for 4 bowls of noodles!? unbelievable!

“my bank balance doesn’t allow me to make such a mistake,” said another weibo user. 

 

overpaid¥1 mln for 4 bowls of noodles!? unbelievable!

 

chen read the comments and thought it was impossible to pay such a huge amount of money once, as the paper news (澎湃新闻) reported on nov 1. 

overpaid¥1 mln for 4 bowls of noodles!? unbelievable!

after the service platform’s staff came and checked, it turns out that the seven-digit number is actually the bar code number, which means that the man didn’t pay a million yuan for the noodles. 

it might be something wrong with the cash register that causes the mistake as reported. 

normally there are strict limits on payment platforms. 

alipay user can pay with his or her account balance no more than 200,000 yuan each year. 

overpaid¥1 mln for 4 bowls of noodles!? unbelievable!
there are three types of alipay accounts with different payment limits. the maximum limits are 1,000 yuan lifelong for type one, 100,000 yuan per year for type two, and 200,000 per year for type three. 

if you want to pay with bank accounts, there are also limits on card payments. many bank staff say that it is not likely to pay a million yuan at one time. 

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source | sina / global times / thepaper

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chinese man cries at wedding because he’s ‘finally married’

a video went viral on weibo, showing that a chinese new man cried at his wedding because he’s so glad that he’s “finally married”. 

that’s natural to cry at weddings, but this groom in the video took it to a whole new level – bawling his eyes out because he’s “finally married”

in the video, a 30-year-old chinese man sobbed uncontrollably during his own wedding speech, as his guests roared with supportive laughter and his bride helped wipe tears from his face. 

chinese man cries at wedding because he's 'finally married'
“that’s so difficult!”

“i can’t hold it in… it is just too difficult,” the groom, overcome with emotion, tells his bemused guests. 

“i have been a best man seven times! it’s finally my turn to get married,” bawls the man as he sputters his speech into a microphone as his friends burst into laughter and cheers. 

 

the groom, surnamed guo, is a real estate agent in fuyang, east china’s anhui province. and his bride is the sister of one of his clients. 

guo was grateful to have married well and confessed that he loves his wife deeply and said she treats him very well. he also spoke of his in-laws and heaped praise. 

“i play tricks on the groom every time i’m a best man, now my friends have done the same thing to me. i’ve dreamed about my wedding reception every day,” the groom cried as his bride wipes tears off his face.

“i must have saved an entire galaxy to move the gods to give me such a perfect wife.” 

 

chinese man cries at wedding because he's 'finally married'

as the video hit the internet, netizens laugh and send their wishes to the lovely couple. 

chinese man cries at wedding because he's 'finally married'
“the groom is so adorable and humorous”
chinese man cries at wedding because he's 'finally married'
“i would cry if i marry such a beautiful girl”
chinese man cries at wedding because he's 'finally married'
“i’ve been a best man/bridesmaid several times either”

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chinese man cries at wedding because he's 'finally married'

source | global times / asian one

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china uses ai headband to monitor students’ every move!?

a primary school in jinhua of zhejiang province was reportedly using ai headbands embedded with devices to detect students’ brain activity. local authorities have halted the products. 

china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?

accusation

the electronic headbands can detect students’ brainwaves to help them focus as introduced but they have aroused controversy and heated discussions among netizens, parents and education professionals. 

china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?

on oct 24, wall street journal reported that the products are used to monitor students and violated personal data privacy

it even accused parents and teachers in china of valuing education more than personal privacy without investigating. 

china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?

china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?

the company developing the products has denied it, saying the products aim to help students improve concentration and learning efficiency. 

firm’s response

the manufacturer, massachusetts-based brainco inc, a provider of cognitive training technology products, released a statement on thursday in response to growing concerns. 

china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?

they state that their headbands are aimed at helping build students’ abilities to concentrate instead of monitoring their thoughts and endeavors. 

 

yang zhangpeng, director of public relations at brainco, said the report was biased and “not consistent with the facts.” 

yang noted that the wsj reached him and cheated him by saying they would publish a report on the application and development of high technology in china’s education sector. 

controversial products

it is said that the high-tech company is a harvard university-backed startup based in boston, dedicating to developing brain machine interface technology with a focus on big data and brain science. 

china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?

the headband uses three electrodes – one on the forehead and two behind the ears – to measure electrical signals from neurons in the brain and translate them into an attention score using an algorithm. 

china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?

after using the devices for half a semester, the class moved up two places in the test results among all of the school’s fourth-grade classes, a teacher of the class was quoted by the report as saying. 

yang said the parents signed an agreement to let their children wear the product after talking to the children. and students are studying harder than ever.  

students only need to wear the headband in one class or half an hour a day, yang said. 

however, there’re no studies published in academic journals to prove the claim

china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?

use halted

a teacher at jinhua xiaoshun primary school in jinhua, zhejiang was quoted by the beijing news on wednesday as saying that the headband has been used for nearly a year with no obvious side effects

now local educational authorities have already halted the use of the headbands. 

netizens doubt the tech and comment that there’s added pressure on kids to pay attention during the class. 

china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?
china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?
china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?
students are humans, not robots
china uses ai headband to monitor students' every move!?
it may be counterproductive

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source | thenextweb / globaltimes

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new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let’s check

a series of new rules and policies have now been formally adopted and will come into force in november. let’s see how they will affect your everyday life in china! 

– 01 –

5g commercial service kicks off! will you use it? 

 

three major telecom carriers in china finally launched 5g network services and more details. users can buy the packages from nov 1. 

 

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check

according to the media reports, the prices of 5g plans start from 128 yuan to nearly 600 yuan per month for individuals. 

 

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check
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the three telecom operators have already promoted 5g preregistration by offering huge discounts and free 5g data allowance, and managed to evince the interest of more than 10 million subscribers after the national day holiday. 

 

click the link to know more about the pre-order!

– 02 –

bye bye trademark infringements! penalties become more powerful

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check

the standing committee of the national people’s congress of the people’s republic of china announced the amendments of the trademark law of the people’s republic of china which will come into effect on nov 1, 2019. 

according to the amendments, the maximum punitive amount for trademark infringement is increased from three times to five times, and the maximum compensation is increased to 5 million yuan

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check

there are also new creations in order to further crack down on malicious trademark registration applications with no intent to use. 

– 03 –

fewer documents & simplified procedures for taxation

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check

in order to further increase convenience and reduce burdens for tax and fee payers, china’s state taxation administration issued new measures to facilitate tax declaration and payment

according to the measures, over 70 proof documents issued by other departments are no longer required to be submitted. 

– 04 –

welcome to invest in china! interbank bond market is further open

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check

on oct 16, chinese authorities announced new rules which will be in force on nov 15, to further facilitate overseas institutional investors to invest in the interbank bond market

overseas institutional investors now can invest in china’s interbank bond market through various channels, including qualified foreign institutional investors (qfii) and renminbi qualified foreign institutional investors (rqfii), direct market entry and the bond connect program. 

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check

meanwhile, the same overseas entity entering the market through the above channels only needs to file one record once

– 05 –

heavier fines! shenzhen releases the strictest traffic rules

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check

new penalties of traffic regulations in shenzhen will be implemented on nov 1, rules go stricter and fines are much heavier

high beam violators will be fined 500 yuan; drivers who don’t follow the rules and change lanes or don’t let pedestrians cross the road first will be fined no more than 500 yuan. 

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check

if you want to ride an electric bike instead of driving a car since you’ve drunk, oops, you may pay a penalty up to 2,000 yuan

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check

read these articles to know more about driving in china! 

– 06 –

rmb-like joss paper is banned

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check

during china’s traditional tomb-sweeping day and ghost festival, joss paper which is most commonly printed to resemble currencies is usually burnt. 

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check

however, the measures for the administration of the use of renminbi designseffective from nov 1 stipulate that such paper and other living products using renminbi designs are prohibited

new policies in china affect you tomorrow! let's check
such “rmb” cake is not allowed

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source | xinhua news / china gov

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