Compiled by C.ARUNO, HEMANANTHANI SIVANANDAM and R. ARAVINTHAN
THE body of a toddler in China’s Jiangsu province was found stuffed inside her neighbour’s cabinet, reported China Press.
The three-year-old girl was last seen playing at her neighbour’s house in the morning of Nov 1 and never returned home.
Her parents demanded to search for her at the neighbour’s place but they were refused entry.
The victim’s family members, who managed to climb over the fence and break into the house, found her body after prying open a cabinet.
A 30-year-old woman was later arrested by the Xinghua county police. Police confirmed that the woman was undergoing psychiatric evaluation.
> The daily also reported that model Carina Zhang, a first-time mother who claimed that she did not shed a tear when giving birth, cried buckets feeling the pain of acute mastitis.
Zhang, who just had a baby girl with popular Hong Kong actor Raymond Lam, said she experienced severe pain when her breast became inflamed after her milk ducts were blocked.
She said she had a high fever and sought treatment at the hospital. With the help of a massage therapist, her health issue was resolved.
Zhang shared the entire ordeal on Weibo, which generated praise from fans who commended her dedication in breastfeeding.
> Taiwanese singer Rainie Yang was “reunited” with husband Li Ronghao on stage virtually after being 228 days apart from each other, Sin Chew Daily reported.
During the third and final day of Yang’s LIKE A STAR concert tour at the Taipei Arena, Li appeared on the giant LCD screen on stage and accompanied Yang on the electric guitar as she belted out Ambiguous, her most well-known tune.
Yang, 36, and Li, 35, got hitched last September after dating for four years.
The two have not seen each other since the beginning of the pandemic due to travel restrictions, with Li being in mainland China and Yang in Taiwan.
The above articles are 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.
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