Furloughed hairdresser, 20, claims he now earns up to £12k-a-DAY selling lockdown goods online

A furloughed hairdresser has claimed he know earns up to £12,000-a-day by selling lockdown goods online from his bedroom.  Ben Gulliver says he has already turned over sales of £730,000 at the age of just 20 by flogging teeth-cleaning devices from China and gym equipment online. The young entrepreneur decided to follow his dream of … Read more Furloughed hairdresser, 20, claims he now earns up to £12k-a-DAY selling lockdown goods online

Cheeky cat Mei Mei ‘fights’ with his owner over electric heater by pushing the fan to face him

Feline warm! Cheeky cat Mei Mei ‘fights’ over electric heater with his owner by sneakily pushing it to face towards him This moggie loves staying warm so much he refuses to share it with anyone else Footage shows the pet cat Mei Mei and his owner fighting over a heater in China He is seen sneakily … Read more Cheeky cat Mei Mei ‘fights’ with his owner over electric heater by pushing the fan to face him

US Navy intelligence director James Fanell fears China could blockade Australia within 25 years

China could eventually blockade Australia by sea within 25 years unless the Communist Party power’s territorial aggression is contained, a US intelligence expert says. Taiwan, a democracy, has been an autonomous nation since 1949 when Chiang Kai-shek’s nationalist forces fled mainland China following a four-year civil war. Under authoritarian President Xi Jinping, China has been … Read more US Navy intelligence director James Fanell fears China could blockade Australia within 25 years

China ‘could have acted more quickly’ in dealing with Covid, WHO says

China ‘could have acted more quickly’ in dealing with Covid-19, WHO’s pandemic response probe declares By Afp Published: 14:46 GMT, 18 January 2021 | Updated: 14:51 GMT, 18 January 2021 China ‘could have acted more quickly’ in dealing with Covid-19, the WHO’s pandemic response probe declared today.  The direct criticism from an agency which Donald … Read more China ‘could have acted more quickly’ in dealing with Covid, WHO says

Yan Bingtao shocks John Higgins to become the youngest Masters champion since Ronnie O’Sullivan

Chinese sensation Yan Bingtao, 20, shocks John Higgins to become the youngest Masters champion since Ronnie O’Sullivan in 1995 Yan lifted the Paul Hunter trophy and took home £250,000 in prize money The 20-year-old is the youngest player to win since O’Sullivan at 19 in 1995  World No 6 Higgins looked in control at 7-5 … Read more Yan Bingtao shocks John Higgins to become the youngest Masters champion since Ronnie O’Sullivan

Tennis legend and coach Pat Cash clashes with Karl Stefanovic about Australian Open quarantine

Aussie tennis legend Pat Cash – who’s coaching China’s number one tennis star – clashes with Karl Stefanovic as he defends players playing about quarantine and says MEN have it the hardest By Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia Published: 21:33 GMT, 17 January 2021 | Updated: 21:33 GMT, 17 January 2021 Tennis legend Pat … Read more Tennis legend and coach Pat Cash clashes with Karl Stefanovic about Australian Open quarantine

China ‘promoting flimsy theories that Covid-19 originated outside the country’

China ‘promoting flimsy theories that Covid-19 originated outside the country’ as WHO experts begin their investigation in Wuhan WHO experts begin their investigation in Wuhan into the pandemic’s source State-run media leapt on report that a woman from Milan with symptoms in 2019 Beijing leaders have made repeated attempts to divert blame for the pandemic … Read more China ‘promoting flimsy theories that Covid-19 originated outside the country’

More than 4,800 boxes of ice cream are found to be contaminated with Covid in China

More than 4,800 boxes of ice cream are found to be contaminated with Covid in China as anti-epidemic authorities scramble to contact people who could be affected Three samples of locally produced ice cream were found to be contaminated  Health officials in Tianjin municipality are tracing those in contact with boxes 1,662 company employees have been … Read more More than 4,800 boxes of ice cream are found to be contaminated with Covid in China

Funny dog video: Pet looks like ‘a polar bear’ after being groomed

Bad hair day? Pet dog looking like ‘a polar bear’ after being groomed sends social media into a frenzy Bei Bei the Samoyed has shot to fame unexpectedly with his brand new style Footage shows the 11-year-old dog having a ‘basic trim’ at a pet store in China But his owner joked that he looked … Read more Funny dog video: Pet looks like ‘a polar bear’ after being groomed

COVID-19: Rich people are up to 54 PER CENT more likely to follow social distancing rules

Richest people are 54 PER CENT more likely to follow social distancing rules than those earning £10,000 a year or less, study finds US experts surveyed more than 1,000 adults about their pandemic behaviours The higher your income, the more likely you are to take protective measures These included wearing face masks, social distancing and … Read more COVID-19: Rich people are up to 54 PER CENT more likely to follow social distancing rules

China releases footage of its troops conducting live-fire drill near Taiwan

Her trip cancelled in the final days of the Trump administration, US Ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Craft instead met virtually Wednesday night with Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen and told her: ‘The United States will always stand with Taiwan.’ And though she’ll leave office with the president next week, Craft said she still hopes … Read more China releases footage of its troops conducting live-fire drill near Taiwan

China enjoys 18% export boom to end 2020 as trade surplus grows

China enjoyed an 18 per cent export boom in December and saw its trade surplus with America widen during 2020 as the country where the coronavirus pandemic began continues to enjoy its economic rebound.  Beijing hailed its ‘outstanding achievements in foreign trade’ as customs data showed exports surging to $282billion in December and rising 3.6 … Read more China enjoys 18% export boom to end 2020 as trade surplus grows

China targets another hard-working Australian industry by slamming luxury produce as ‘inferior’

China targets another hard-working Australian industry by slamming luxury produce as ‘inferior’ and encouraging millions to buy fruit from Chile instead – as Beijing refuses to accept $1billion of our coal floating offshore By Levi Parsons For Daily Mail Australia Published: 21:05 GMT, 13 January 2021 | Updated: 21:05 GMT, 13 January 2021 Australia’s world-renown … Read more China targets another hard-working Australian industry by slamming luxury produce as ‘inferior’