A woman continued playing an online game at an Internet cafe after giving birth to a baby girl there, Guang Ming Daily reported.
She gave birth on the floor of the cybercafe by herself on Monday in Nanchang, China.
The other patrons rushed to check when they heard the newborn’s cries. One patron offered the woman warm water to clean herself but she declined.
Instead, the 24-year-old woman from Shandong insisted on resuming her online game.
Shocked by this, some patrons wrapped the baby with a piece of cloth and called for an ambulance.
According to the woman, she ran away from home after an argument with her family and was supposed to move into her boyfriend’s house.
But she lost her wallet and decided to wait for her boyfriend at the cybercafe.
Her family members and boyfriend rushed to the hospital after hearing the news.
> China Press reported that a man kept the body of his wife, who died five months ago, at their house in Deyang, China, because he loved her very much.
Jiang Mao De, 53, placed the body of his wife Yang Hui Qing in a refrigerated coffin and “talked” to her for about an hour every day.
Jiang said he had promised Yang, who died of leukaemia, that he would keep her body in their house.
He vowed to keep doing this for as long as he lived.
> Nanyang Siang Pau reported that several statues of a Datuk Gong (resident deity) belonging to residents of several villages in Sekinchan, Selangor, had been stolen.
The residents believed the culprits wanted to ask the deity for four-digit lottery numbers to bet on.
The statues had been kept outside their homes.
One resident urged the thieves to return the statues, claiming that a CCTV had recorded them outside his house on May 7.
- Found in translation is compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.