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Xi Jinping App
   2015-04-03 09:36:28    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Yu
 

BEIJING NEWS

Xi Jinping App

An application which features Chinese President Xi Jinping's theories and speeches has been activated.

The application includes experts' interpretations of Xi Jinping's words and actions, poems quoted by the Chinese President in his speeches, academic papers about his political theories and editorials about the president.

GLOBAL TIMES

Online porn crackdown

Three Chinese internet firms, namely Baidu, NetEase and MoMo, are being being publically named for spreading pornographic content online.

Police are investigating NetEase for allegedly carrying digital novels that contain obscene or pornographic content.

Baidu has already been fined more than 210-thousand yuan carrying online publications without permit and uploading obscene and pornographic novels onto its app.

MoMo, known for its dating app, was also fined 60-thousand yuan in March.

CHINA DAILY

Senior care plans

Chinese health authorities have announced plans to explore new methods to share the responsibility of senior care for single-child families.

A pilot program is being launched involving trained personnel who can provide community health services.

PEOPLE'S DAILY

Rural school additions

Ministry of Education has announced it added nearly 360-thousand new teachers to rural primary and middle schools through this past year.

The figures comes just a day after the central authorities approved a plan to increase rural teachers' incomse and persuade urban teachers to work in rural schools.

SHANGHAI DAILY

Global food prices

The United Nations food agency says global food prices fell in March to their lowest in almost five years.

The agency says high global production and low crude oil prices have helped cap food prices for the past year.

BEIJING MORNING POST

Tourism ratings revoked

Chinese tourism authorities have announced the official ratings of 44 scenic spots and the licenses of 11 travel agencies have been revoked.

This move is the first round of what will be an ongoing campaign against malpractice in the tourism industry.

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