What’s Hot on Internet
Another fake food in China story was most popular this week, as a celebrity restaurant was accused of switching fish on customers. The top 10 stories on the Internet over the past week.
1. South Beauty (俏江南) restaurant chain was accused of replacing live fish customers had selected with dead fish, and recycling frying oil to cook meals for employees. Wang Xiaofei (汪小菲), husband of actress Barbie Hsu (徐熙媛) and son of the chain’s owner Zhang Lan (张兰), apologized on his microblog.
2. The first journalist to report on a sex slave case in central China’s Luoyang City said he had been followed by two men who demanded he reveal his sources and accused him of betraying a “State secret.”
3. Selina Jen’s (任家萱) fiance Richard Chang (張承中) stands accused of destroying the 10-year friendship of the SHE girl group’s friendship, as he tries (too) hard to maintain Selina’s rights.
4. A female police officer in Xiushui, Jiangxi province, is fired after she hurled documents at a member of the public.
5. China beats Japan to win the 16th Asian Women’s Volleyball Championship on Friday.
6. Actress Yuan Li (袁莉) sparked controversy when she appeared in a China Red Cross Society advert. She defended the endorsement by saying it was done last year — before the non-profit organization’s Guo Meimei (郭美美) scandal erupted and that she did not pocket any money from the ads.
7. A Beijing Normal University female student posted on Internet forums asking to be a rich man’s mistress. The student later explained that she and her roommates actually, really, honestly, only wanted to conduct a survey and would produce a report on the controversial subject.
8. Zhao Benshan (赵本山), Xiao Shenyang (小沈阳) and Kevin Tsai (蔡康永) are among the celebrities who have been invited to TV host Xie Na (谢娜) and singer Zhang Jie’s (张杰) wedding in Shangrila, Yunnan province, on September 26.
9. A 30-year-old TV reporter was stabbed to death possibly due to the recent “gutter oil” scandal.
10. TV host Meng Fei (孟非) “enraged” Hollywood star Jackie Chan (成龙) at the premiere of China 1911 (辛亥革命).