China tightens water security for Boao Forum for Asia
A marine surveillance ship is heading to Boao, South China's Hainan province, where the annual Forum is to be held starting Tuesday.
A fleet of six marine surveillance ships will monitor maritime traffic safety, investigate maritime accidents, detect pollution, and carry out other missions during the four-day forum.
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DNA tests for CPV remains returned to China
Officials say DNA will be collected from the remains of Chinese soldiers killed in the 1950-53 Korean War.
A database will identify the dead and DNA tests will be available on request from relatives of the soldiers.
The remains of 437 Chinese People's Volunteer soldiers were brought from the Republic of Korea to China last week to rest in a "martyrs' park" in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province.
Beijing construction site cameras to monitor pollution
Beijing has required all its urban construction sites to install cameras by the end of June to assess how contractors' practices add to the capital's smog problem.
The municipal commission of housing and urban-rural development will punish companies that use unqualified trucks to carry earth or allow outdoor construction to continue on heavily polluted days.
Building that collapsed reported unsafe in December
A building that collapsed in Fenghua, Zhejiang province this past Friday was registered as "unsafe" in December but no remedial measures were taken.
Local media says residents had reported cracks in a wall, and some windows and doors could not be closed properly because of twisted frames.
Local authorities say residents in the remaining section and buildings nearby have been evacuated.
Supervision of abandoned infants strengthened
China's health watchdog has released a regulation on the safety of newborns, which orders placing new-borns without guardians under proper care.
The rules order medical institutions to consult with the mothers or other guardians to confirm the deaths of infants, and stipulates the remains should not be treated as medical waste.
City trial for international curriculum
A total of 21 local high schools have been chosen for a trial of international curriculum following a study by the Shanghai Education Commission.
Students who want to learn international curriculum need to sit for a pre-admission exam held by the school.
The SEC says students must attend the city's unified entrance exam for high schools as well.
Heavy rainfalls to hit South China
The National Meteorological Center says rainfall will hit South China over the coming two days with the provinces of Guangxi and Guangdong to see strong rainstorms.
The center is warning authorities in regions south of the Yangtze River and some parts in South China to guard against possible floods, landslides, mud-rock flows and waterlogging.