In 2012, Chow Hok Kuen was arrested after police made the morbid discovery of six dead babies in a Bangkok hotel. The babies were aged between two-months-old to six-month-old and were wrapped in gold leaf and roasted, apparently as a black magic ritual. He was preparing to attempt to smuggle the babies into Taiwan, where they could be sold. The plan was foiled after police received a tip-off that corpses were being sold to wealthy clients on a black magic website.
First fall. Yuan Zai, the first Taiwan-born baby panda, climbs inside its enclosure at the Taipei City Zoo. Yuan Zai, who weighed 180 grams at birth, now weighs about 14 kilos and make made her anticipated public debut as she turned six months old.
Première chute. Yuan Zai, le premier bébé panda né en captivité à Taïwan essaye de monter sur une branche d’arbre à l’intérieur d’un enclos du Zoo de Taipei. Ce bébé panda vient d’être présenté au public pour ces six mois. Pesant 180 grammes à sa naissance, il fait aujourd’hui plus de 14 kilos et se porte à merveille.