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Bus Driver Got Punches
   2015-01-09 09:15:18    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Guo
 

The Beijing Times

Dairy Farmer Struggling

Local farmers in rural areas of Hebei have started feeding their pigs with fresh cow's milk.

Plummeting milk prices have fueled a rush among local farmers to sell milk at extremely low prices, however possible, including selling to local pig farmers.

China Daily

Pollution control slashes GDP growth

Beijing's neighboring province Hebei has reported GDP growth of 6.5 percent in 2014, well behind the 7.7 percent seen in 2013.

Local authorities say lower market demand, overcapacity, and air pollution control were among the reasons for the slowdown.

Jianghuai Morning Post

Spring festival goods exhibition
 
The International New Year goods purchase exhibition will kick off in Hefei city, Anhui province at the end of this month.

Citizens can find gourmet items from various parts of the world.

The exhibition will last into the middle of February.

Beijing Morning Post
 
From the last to top scorer
 
A student from Zhongnan University of Economics and Law in Wuhan city has achieved the record-high score in a global test of tax principle.

The girl was ranked the last in her class just a year ago.

Xiaoxiang Morning Post

Bus driver got punches

A bus driver got slaps on the face by a passenger in Changsha city.

Footage from the bus showed that the driver was hit after he refused the passenger's request to let the passenger off halfway between marked stops.

Traffic authorities say buses are not allowed to park outside of bus stops.

The case is under police investigation.

Shanghai Daily

Gay dating app fighting prejudice

Gay dating apps are gaining popularity in China.

Free Chinese-language apps use GPS to identify other app users nearby.

Users can scan profiles, chat with a potential Mr Right or hang out in a group chatroom.

Supporters say the apps help gay men develop a positive self-image and fight social prejudices that force homosexuals to stay anonymous.

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