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Cash in Ashes
   2015-01-16 09:34:29    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Guo
 

The Beijing Times

Punishments for dishonest online stores

China's top commerce authority has explained upcoming punishment methods to discipline dishonest online retailers.

It says online stores should abide by the prescribed rule of return and refund policy of online shopping.

Consumers have the right to return goods even when they have torn up the parcel and found the goods are intact.

Huaxi Metropolitan Daily
 
Cash in ashes

Bank staff in Ziyang city, Sichuan Province help a client restore 250,000yuan.

The client surnamed Tang asked the bank for help after 300 000yuan in a safe in her home was damaged during a fire.

Beijing Youth Daily

Traditional culture highlighted in tests
 
Education authorities reveal that more ancient prose and poems will be added in high school exams to test student's reading comprehension.

Unlike previous policy, the subject matter will be selected from various materials instead of just choosing from textbooks.

Shanghai Daily

Chauffeur jailed for sex tape blackmail

A chauffeur has been jailed for four years for blackmailing his former employers with pictures from a sex video that he posted online.

The court heard the driver surnamed Cao worked as the couple's driver and stole the sex tape when he helped them change furniture.

China Daily

Games bid will inspire more fitness

President Xi Jinping highlighted the importance of holding the 2022 Winter Olympic Games and involving more Chinese in winter sports, days after Beijing submitted its bid to the International Olympic Committee.

The President says the Games will inspire more than 300 million Chinese to take up winter sports, which will contribute greatly to the Olympic movement.

Global Times

Local officials deny replacing anti-corruption cartoons

A local official says cartoons at a construction site in Changsha, Hunan Province tackling corruption issues will not be replaced.

The denial comes following local media reports which said officials would repaint walls because the cartoons "convey negative energy" and are "excessively ironic."

Local media has reported some 33 cartoons showing officials' corrupt acts appeared on the walls of a construction site where work ceased.

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