January 26, 2010

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Haiti man alive after being buried for 14 days –
14 days after the devastating earthquake that has killed tens of thousands in Haiti, Rico Dibrivell, has been pulled alive from the rubble of a collapsed building the capital. U.S. troops rescued the 35-year-old from the ruins in Port-au-Prince.

Avatar mountain in China –
A Chinese mountain has been renamed in honour of the film Avatar, after it apparently inspired scenery in the movie. The Southern Sky Column in Zhangjiajie, Hunan province, will now be known as the Avatar Hallelujah Mountain. Avatar has become the most popular film ever in China, making $80m (£50m) at the box office so far.
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Avatar movie trailer

Top List –
10 biggest movies in China

  1. “AVATAR” (JAMES CAMERON, 2010), $221.9 MILLION
  2. “LOST IN THAILAND” (XU ZHENG, 2012), $202.1 MILLION
  3. “TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON” (MICHAEL BAY, 2011), $173.6 MILLION
  4. “JOURNEY TO THE WEST: CONQUERING THE DEMONS” (STEPHEN CHOW, 2013), $166.8 MILLION
  5. “TITANIC 3D” (JAMES CAMERON, 2012), $152.4 MILLION
  6. “CZ12” (JACKIE CHAN, 2012), $141 MILLION
  7. “PAINTED SKIN: RESURRECTION” (WUERSHAN, 2012), $113.3 MILLION
  8. “LET THE BULLETS FLY” (JIANG WEN, 2010), $108.8 MILLION
  9. “MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL” (BRAD BIRD, 2012), $108.5 MILLION
  10. “AFTERSHOCK” (FENG XIAOGANG, 2010), $108.2 MILLION

[list updated February 28 2013]

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