The world's best father (…or father-in-law) Generous Chinese businessman gives 100million dowry ahead of daughter's lavish weddingIncludes boxes of gold jewellery, property portfolio and shares in his firmThe groom, a civil servant, has known the bride since kindergarten Expensive dowries have long been a marriage tradition in the region By Emma Reynolds PUBLISHED: 18:51 GMT, 1 January 2013 | UPDATED: 09:54 GMT, 2 January 2013 New bride: Wu Ruibiao's daughter was given four boxes of gold jewellery, a bankbook with deposits worth 2m and an impressive property portfolio A wealthy Chinese tile magnate gave his daughter a gigantic 100million dowry that included four boxes of gold jewellery, shares and several homes for her lavish wedding. The extravagant gift included four boxes of gold jewellery, a bankbook with deposits worth 2m (20m yuan) and an impressive property portfolio
Please wake up: Dog desperately tries to revive his dead mate after she is killed by a car – then stands guard by her side for SIX HOURS Moving pictures show the stray dog carefully nudging and licking his mateThe female dog was hit by a car on a busy road in Zhangzhou, ChinaDuring six hours at her side he only moved a feet away to avoid traffic | UPDATED: 11:44 GMT, 19 December 2012 A stray dog stands guard over the body of his dead mate and in a moving display of devotion continues to lick her head in a bid to revive her. These heartbreaking pictures taken in Zhangzhou, in China's Fujian Province, show the animal carefully nudging the female dog after she was hit and killed by a car. After he fails to wake her, the male refuses to leave and stays within feet of his mate for six hours.