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Electric Car for Beijing-Shanghai Trips
   2015-01-12 09:09:10    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Guo

 

The Beijing Times

Electric car for Beijing-Shanghai trips

Five electric vehicles set off on a journey from Beijing to Shanghai, piloting a scheme to promote electric cars.

The vehicles recharged at stations being built by the State Grid Corp of China along the Beijing-Shanghai Expressway.

State Grid said it will cost at most 400 yuan for the Shanghai-Beijing journey, half of the fuel cost for gasoline-powered vehicles.

The Beijing News

Scholar punished for plagiarism 

A Ph.D. student at Peking university has been dumped from the Ph.D. program for "plagiarism related activities".

The history major admitted her wrong-doing after she was found to directly use quotations from foreign experts' works.

Global Times

Cabbies strike 

Taxi drivers in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province took to the streets the past weekend, bringing the city's traffic to a standstill.
The protests turned violent on Friday and Saturday, with striking drivers attacking drivers who had not joined the protests.

Experts say that new car-hailing apps such as Didi Dache, which allow private cars to operate as taxis through mobile phone apps, are one of the common triggers for taxi strikes, as the taxi market becomes competitive.

China Daily

Police dog show

Police reveal the role dogs play in fighting crime in Xiamen, Fujian province to mark the 29th anniversary of the establishment of the "110" police calling system in China.

Police officers showed how people can ask them for help and how they nab criminals.

Citizens who attend the activities also got to interact with the dogs

Xiaoxiang Morning Post

Ancient relics discovered

A 10 meter wooden drainage ditch dating to the Song Dynasty has been found in Changsha city.
The ditch is still well preserved and proves the city had a perfect drainage system almost 800 years ago.

Shanghai Daily

Endangered wild donkey spotted in China

Local forestry police say some 30 endangered Asian wild asses have been spotted in the Chinese prairies that neighbor Mongolia.

The discovery of the animals has inspired zoologists in Inner Mongolia to take protective measures for the endangered species, which has seen a significant decline since the 1990s due to poaching.

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