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A Visit to Zhongnanhai
   2015-01-15 08:59:26    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Guo

 

South China Metropolitan Daily

A visit to Zhongnanhai

Ten netizens have been invited by the central government official website to visit Zhongnanhai, the working compound of China's top leaders.

They were encouraged to express their opinions and suggestions for current policies.

The visitors come from various work areas, including nurses, a young entrepreneur, students and a journalist.

Global Times
 
Illegal signals threaten flights at intl airport

Airport officials say a suspected illegal radio broadcast has caused confusion for four flights landing at an airport in Liaoning Province and threatened their safety.

An employee of the Dalian International Airport said all the planes landed safely after adjusting their signals and communicating with the control tower.

Investigators say equipment used in the illegal broadcast, which airs illegal drug advertisements at night, were found in a residential area.

Jianghuai Morning Post

High-speed rail blacklist

Local authorities in Anhui are mulling a move to forbid over four thousand people who've been put on a blacklist because of misdeeds from taking high-speed railways this year.

The people on the list have already been banned from taking flights and soft sleepers on the train.

Shanghai Daily

Art scam gang leader jailed

A local court in Shanghai says cold-calling art scammers swindled 3.5 million yuan out of householders by offering over-priced reproductions of famous artworks.

The gang leader received a sentence of five years and three months in prison.

China Daily
 
Cancer patient held for buying overseas drugs

A leukemia patient who had reportedly purchased unlicensed anticancer drugs overseas for himself and other patients via an illegal credit card has been arrested in Beijing.

Hundreds of patients' have appealed for his pardon.

Prosecutors say current Chinese law states that any medicine that has not been given the green light by authorities will be considered fake, even if it is effective.

The Beijing News

Stem cell donation

Jiang Yongfeng, a 36-year-old shanghaier has donated stem cells to a 7-year-old British boy.

The stem cells will be delivered from a hospital in Beijing to Britain within 48 hours.

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