Taiwan man rigs bike with 11 phones to play Pokemon Go Image copyright EPA Image caption Chen San-yuan learnt about the game from his grandson If you're going to catch them all, you need to have the right kit.
Grandfather Chen San-yuan has rigged 11 smart phones on his bicycle to play the augmented reality game, Pokemon Go. He plans to add four more.
The Taiwanese man, affectionately known as Uncle Pokemon, learnt about the game from his grandson, and can play up to 20 hours straight before he runs out of battery power for his devices.
He currently spends more than £1,000 ($1,290) a month on his habit.
Image copyright EPA Image caption He powers his phones using battery packs kept in his basket, and can play for 20 hours straight Image copyright EPA Image caption The grandfather has become a local celebrity, and is known as Uncle Pokemon Pokemon Go players take to the streets Hiding Pikachu: Where Pokemon goes next Mr Chen uses portable battery packs to power his multiple device..
Stressed by life and only 17: Chinese hashtag ignites debate Image copyright Visual China Group Image caption Three members of girl band Rocket Girls have quit due to stress The fast pace of life and the impact that has on young people's mental health has sparked a huge debate across Chinese social media.
In particular, when a 17-year-old revealed her work stresses in a feature by China's Pear video website, the hashtag #17YearOldsReallyHaveAStressfulLife reached more than 33 million people on the social media platform Sina Weibo - China's equivalent to Twitter.
Since its broadcast, the interview with the teenager, who's on her third job this summer supervising children in a Qingdao mall, has been viewed more than five million times.
Image copyright Pear Video Image caption Pear video caption reads: "This millennial is on her third job this summer and struggling to study" She's apparently not alone, with 5,000 users - more than 3,000 on Weibo and 2,000 on Mia..
Shower porn: NZ man pleads guilty after filming 34 women Image copyright Sean Gallup/Getty Image caption The victims said they felt shocked and degraded by the man's actions A New Zealand man has pleaded guilty to filming 34 women at his guesthouse with covert cameras in shampoo bottles.
The man from Hawke's Bay, North Island - who has not been named to protect his wife - made 219 secret recordings from December 2017 to February 2018.
He also admitted posting the videos to a porn site, some with descriptions.
Most of the victims were under 30 and the disguised cameras were placed to film between their shoulders and knees, though faces often came into view.
It is not known if the disguised shampoo bottles were homemade devices or bought online.
The women - who stayed between one night and two weeks - were tracked down by police and said in a statement they felt shocked, ashamed, angered and degraded by the man's actions.
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Who is House of Fraser's Yuan Yafei? Image copyright Getty Images He's been described as a wiley chain-smoking deal-maker who made his start in business selling computers by a toilet.
But China's Yuan Yafei, a former government official, has come a long way since then.
Today he is the Chinese billionaire who holds the fate of 17,500 House of Fraser workers in his hands.
Mr Yuan's Sanpower Group, a firm he founded in 1993, snapped up 89% of a struggling House of Fraser in 2014.
The self-made Chinese tycoon had grand plans to save the struggling 169-year-old retail chain and turn it into a global entity.
Instead, the 54-year-old is now watching his famous department chain struggle to avoid administration. Stores are being earmarked for closure, and creditors are expected to decide House of Fraser's fate this week.
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'Kiki challenge' India men to clean station as punishment Image copyright Funcho Entertainment Three men in the western Indian city of Mumbai will clean a railway station for three days as punishment for doing the viral Kiki challenge on a train.
Their "sentence" was decided by a magistrate after police arrested the men and produced them before a court.
The video by the men portrays how people in different Indian states would perform the Kiki challenge.
Also called the In My Feelings challenge, it involves jumping out of moving vehicles and dancing.
Their video on YouTube, uploaded under the name Funcho Entertainment, has more than two million views.
"We found the video on YouTube and found CCTV footage of them participating in the challenge at the Virar station," senior railway official Anup Shukla told the BBC.
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Malaysian minister orders removal of LGBT portraits from exhibition Image copyright @mooreyameen Image caption The portraits of Ms Ayub (L) and Mr Pang (R) have been removed from an exhibition Festival organisers in Malaysia have removed two portraits of LGBT activists from a public photo exhibition after complaints from the government.
The director of the George Town Festival said he was "directed" to take the portraits out by the minister of Islamic affairs, Mujahid Yusof Rawa.
Mr Mujahid said the promotion of LGBT culture was not supported in Malaysia.
The exhibition features a series of portraits with different Malaysians posing with the country's flag.
The photos were taken last year to commemorate 60 years of Malaysian independence.
Among them were Nisha Ayub, a transgender activist who has won several awards, including the US Secretary of State's International Women of Courage Award in 2016 for her work on transgender rights.
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Lombok earthquake 'exceptionally destructive' says Red Cross Image copyright AFP Image caption The aid agency said entire villages had fallen down in some areas The earthquake which hit the Indonesian island of Lombok on Sunday was "exceptionally destructive", the Red Cross has said.
Some villages had "completely collapsed", said a Red Cross official in Lombok, Christopher Rassi.
The official death toll stands at 131, but local media are reporting figures as high as 347.
The government says more than 1,400 people were injured and more than 156,000 displaced.
The national disaster agency said all those numbers were likely to increase, as more information comes in and more victims are found.
Facebook regrets insensitive quake balloons 'People had shards of glass in their legs' In pictures: Damaged homes and evacuations in Lombok Emergency workers are continuing to dig through rubble and are gradually starting to reach more remote areas of the large island.
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Sky News Australia pulled from train stations over backlash Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Train stations in central Melbourne will no long broadcast Sky News Australia An Australian state has instructed train stations to stop broadcasting Sky News Australia, amid a widening backlash over a recent TV interview.
On Sunday, Sky News Australia hosted Blair Cottrell - a far-right figure with court convictions - in its studio.
It drew much public anger. Many pointed out that he had once called for schools to display images of Adolf Hitler.
On Thursday, Victoria said that the channel would no longer be played at train stations in central Melbourne.
"Hatred and racism have no place on our screens or in our community," tweeted Transport Minister Jacinta Allen.
Cottrell used his interview to call on Australia to reduce immigration, protect itself from "foreign ideologies" and to "reclaim our traditional identity".
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Will the first Ikea in India succeed? Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe BBC's Yogita Limaye explains how Ikea plans to woo India Swedish furniture giant Ikea has opened its first store in India in the southern city of Hyderabad.
With a growing middle class, India could be a big opportunity for the company, but it's also a market with many quirks.
Ikea's giant blue store sits on a 13-acre campus, by the side of a busy road, in HITEC city.
The technology hub in Hyderabad that is also home to global firms like Microsoft, Google and Facebook.
The scale of the shop is something that has never been seen in India before.
Its size alone has piqued curiosity among those who may have never heard of the brand.
And then of course, there are so many who have.
Upwardly mobile, well-travelled Indians have known Ikea for a while now.
In fact, with the number of global retailers who've come to India over the past decade, some would say Ikea has taken its..