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Merchant selling illegal ivory prosecuted
2014-11-12 19:48:03 Beijing An antique shop owner was recently charged at the Xicheng District People's Procuratorate for illegally selling ivory, the Beijing Morning Post reported. The suspect, surnamed Ge, is accused of selling three ivory accessories amounting to 62,876 yuan ($10,261) between 2012 and 2013. All three items, a bangle, an ink stone, and an ink pot, were sold to a man surnamed Zhu. The sale of products made from the remains of endangered animals is illegal in China. This April, Ge also swindled Zhu by agreeing to keep an ivory ring on a 5,000 yuan deposit. According to the report, the actual value of the ring was only 1,042 yuan. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Man jailed for peddling Viagra
2014-11-11 18:23:01 Dongcheng District, Beijing A sex-shop owner was recently sentenced to six months in prison, in addition to a year of probation and a 2,000 yuan ($326) fine for illegally selling sildenafil citrate, a drug used to treat erectile dysfunction, the Beijing Morning Post reported. The owner, surnamed Li, was found guilty by the Dongcheng District People's Court of selling the drug, more commonly known by its trade name of Viagra, since last October. The stock was unmarked, lacking basic information such as the date of manufacture, the label of the manufacturer, and quality certificates. In China, Viagra is a prescription drug, and can only be sold in hospitals and authorized pharmacies. In a similar case, a man surnamed Che was also given a sentence of six months in prison with a year of probation and a fine of 2,000 yuan. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Man arrested for stealing cellphone in Beijing railway station
http://bj.people.com.cn/n/2014/1110/11:44/Beijing Youth Daily Beijing On November 10th, at around 13:00, a man was arrested on the scene by plainclothes policemen when he was caught stealing a cellphone from a female passenger‟s pocket. According to Beijing police, the man, Mr. Zhao, aged 36, comes from Heilongjiang province and has been detained 5 times previously for theft by Beijng and Shanghai police. At present, the case is still under further trial. Beijing police reminded all passengers to take care of their valuables and be aware of possible suspicious strangers in their presence when taking the 2014 年 11 月 10 日 11:44 来源:北京青年报 Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Chinese man sentenced to imprisonment over rumor-mongering
English.news.cn 2014-11-13 22:29:28 Shanghai The head of a private IT company was sentenced to two-years-and-nine-months imprisonment for defamation by a local court in Shanghai on Thursday. Fu Xuesheng, 48, who was the chairman and legal representative of Shanghai LabInfo Technologies Ltd., was found guilty of creating and spreading online rumors about government officials and company executives, according to the Zhabei District People's Court in Shanghai Municipality. The rumors were spread on the Internet from August 2010 to August 2013, and his posts, which were open to comments, were viewed by hundreds of thousands of people, according to the court. In one case, Fu fabricated that a man called Huang, a legal representative of an interior design company who later died, had bribed a deputy district head in Shanghai, where Huang's company was located. He and Huang were previously involved in a financial dispute. Fu also spread rumors about the district official, saying he had accepted more than two billion yuan (about 320 million U.S. dollars) in bribes, owned over 60 houses, had ten mistresses and had murdered Huang. After Fu failed to win a tender issued by China's petrochemical giant Sinopec in Dec. 2012, he took "revenge" on the winning bidder by spreading the rumor that it had used an African man to sexually bribe a Sinopec executive surnamed Zhang, who helped it to win the contract. Fu's actions had impacted society and seriously harmed social order. He violated criminal law and should be punished for defamation, the court added. Fu was arrested by the Shanghai Police last August. According to a judicial interpretation issued by the Supreme Court and Procuratorate, defamation charges can be levelled against the authors of online posts that are deemed rumors and viewed by more than 5,000 users or retweeted more than 500 times. Defamation charges carry sentences of up to three years in prison. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Man on trial for ramming car into people, killing 2
2014/11/13 1:34:05 Pudong New Area, Shanghai A MAN stood on trial yesterday for killing two people and injuring six others with his car during a confrontation that turned violent between two property management companies in the Pudong New Area, the Shanghai No.1 Intermediate People‟s Prosecutors told the court that a dispute broke out around midnight on January 1 when the Tonglai Property Management Co came to take charge of the Datang Shengshi Community on 801 Yinghua Road but was stopped by the old management company Shengtang. Shengtang refused to move out as it claimed that the right procedures were not carried out for management changes. The suspect Hu Rong, who worked for Shengtang, parked his black Santana at the entrance of the community to stop the new company from taking over. But it soon turned violent and Hu‟s car was smashed with iron rods. Hu then drove the car at a high speed — 75 kilometers per hour — and rammed it into a crowd of people. Two people died and six others were injured, prosecutors said. Hu fled from the scene. At the trial yesterday, Hu, 52, admitted he knocked down people but claimed he did not do it with the intention to kill and that it definitely did not involve eight people. "I drove back to look for my boss and asked him not to continue with the fight," Hu said, adding that the Shengtang boss was his nephew. "The road was empty and I did not see anyone until I hit them," Hu said. "I fled because I was afraid I would be beaten by them." Prosecutors, however, suggested that Hu rammed into the crowd deliberately after people from Tonglai smashed his car. Prosecutors played a police surveillance video of the incident at the court. The video clearly shows a Santana driving in the middle of Yinghua Road, turning right at the gate of the community and crashing into people. After some people were knocked down, the car drove away from the scene. "It is obvious there was a crowd. The road ahead of the car was empty. Why did Hu suddenly change his lane?" prosecutors argued in the court. Hu insisted he did not see anybody, partly because he was shortsighted and the right front light was smashed. One of the victims died on the spot, while the other died on the way to the hospital with head injuries. Prosecutors said Hu drove to Shinan Road where the car broke down. He abandoned the car and went to his sister‟s place. He then surrendered to police after being informed that there were casualties. The families of the two victims and of the four people injured in the incident have filed compensation claims against Hu, the court was told. A verdict was not announced. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Man gets 14 months in jail for eBay fraud
Shanghaidailynet November 13, 2014, Thursday Shanghai A MAN who swindled overseas buyers of US$23,000 by promising to sell them electronic products on eBay was sentenced to 14 months in jail by the Pudong New Area People‟s Court. Prosecutors said the 28-year-old man, surnamed Cui, opened two eBay accounts in 2012 to sell electronic products such as surveillance cameras and chargers. Cui started to sell the products through unreserved bidding in 2013 to attract overseas buyers. In May alone, the two accounts achieved 4,650 deals worth US$260,000. However, the prices were lower than his expectations. After realizing he was losing money, Cui stopped delivering the goods, but continued to receive new transactions. In November 2013, eBay‟s Shanghai branch reported the matter to Pudong police, claiming Cui had not settled 1,712 transactions. Cui was caught at his home in Shenzhen. His family paid 400,000 yuan (US$65,311) to eBay as compensation, according to Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Police catch gold chain robber, 18
Shanghaidailynet November 13, 2014, Thursday Jiading District, Shanghai POLICE have tracked down Tuesday‟s jewelry store robber in Jiading District and recovered the two gold chains. The 18-year-old man, surnamed Li, sprinted out of a jewelry store on Fengzhuang Road with two gold chains after showing interest in buying them. He put on one of the chains and pretended to look at the other and then seizing his moment, darted out of the store. Related News:
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Shanghai Daily November 12, 2014, Wednesday Jiading District, Shanghai A THIEF who stole two gold chains from a jewelry store in Jiading District yesterday afternoon is being hunted by police. The two chains are worth about 50,000 yuan (US$8,150), according to xinmin.cn. The thief pretended to be interested in buying the chains at the shop on Fengzhuang Road, putting on one and examining another about 3pm. When the saleswoman‟s attention was distracted, he rushed out of the door with the chains. He is described as being in his 20s and 170 centimeters Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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Shanghaidailynet November 12, 2014, Wednesday Changning District, Shanghai FOUR suspected members of an interprovincial drug trafficking gang have been detained by police in Changning District. Some 21 kilograms of methamphetamine was found in the trunk of a van used by two suspects, police said yesterday. According to police, one suspect, surnamed Ji, bought drugs in southern China‟s Guangdong Province on a number of occasions in July. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Transformer thief wore power worker disguise
Shanghaidailynet November 11, 2014, Tuesday Yangpu District, Shanghai A MAN who impersonated an electricity company worker in order to steal transformers has been jailed for five years, the Yangpu District People‟s Court said yesterday. The man, surnamed Zhu, wore the company uniform and carried forged official documents for the string of thefts that netted him 11 transformers worth a total of 140,000 yuan (US$22,860). So convincing was Zhu, that crane and truck drivers he hired to unwittingly help transport the transformers never suspected that he was stealing them, the court heard. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn 6 members of gambling gang held
Shanghaidailynet November 8, 2014, Saturday Qingpu District, Shanghai SIX members of a gang that ran an underground gambling den targeting teenagers have been sentenced to criminal detention, Qingpu District police said yesterday. The group, led by a man surnamed Huang, rigged card games to cheat about 500,000 yuan (US$81,600) out of their victims, most of whom were aged 16 to 18. Most of the people swindled were students, police said, adding that they had been receiving reports from victims‟ parents since August. Huang lured the teens to his den with the offer of free bets and commissions, police said. He also offered loans — with astronomical interest rates — to those who fell into debt. If a debtor failed to make a repayment, they or their family would be visited by Huang‟s thugs, police said. The gambling den was busted last month, they said. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Killer driver held
Shanghai Daily November 7, 2014, Friday Jiading District, Shanghai A motorist handed himself in to police on Tuesday for killing a woman scooter rider, despite initially fleeing the scene, police The incident happened about 5:10pm when the driver, surnamed Zhang, collided with the motorcycle on Jiatang Road near Zhao‟an Road in Jiading District. The woman was taken to hospital but succumbed to her injuries. Zhang said he initial y fled the scene but surrendered himself an hour later. Police said he admitted hitting the scooter as he was trying to overtake Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Woman charged with human trafficking
Shanghaidailynet November 7, 2014, Friday Jiading District, Shanghai A SHANGHAI woman has been charged with human trafficking after allegedly selling a woman to a farmer in neighboring Jiangsu Province, prosecutors in Jiading District said yesterday. The suspect, Cao Liping, is accused of arranging the sale in August 2008 of Shen Huan — a woman described as having learning difficulties — to a man named Wang Defu who wanted her as a wife for his son, who also has special needs, prosecutors said. Wang is alleged to have paid Cao 15,000 yuan (US$2,450). Shen had earlier been kidnapped by two unnamed men — one of whom was Cao‟s son — close to her home in Shanghai. The pair took her to Jiangsu and handed her over to Cao to complete the deal. In 2009, Shen gave birth to a son. The following year she contacted her parents and told them what had happened to her, saying she was unhappy and wanted to go home, prosecutors said. Shen‟s father reported the matter to police, but when he went to collect his daughter, she told him she‟d changed her mind and wanted to stay with her new family in Jiangsu. In January of this year, the father visited his daughter again and persuaded her to return to Shanghai. Shen agreed and later testified to police that she had been abducted. Cao was apprehended on her return to Shanghai earlier this year after learning that her son had been killed in a car crash. The second man involved in Shen‟s abduction is still at large, prosecutors said. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn 'Fox Hunt' nets 22 fugitives in just 4 months
2014-11-07 09:04:59 Shanghai Shanghai police said yesterday that they have hunted down and repatriated 22 fugitives from 14 countries and regions as part of a national campaign to find people who had fled overseas with illicit assets. "Fox Hunt 2014," launched in July by the Ministry of Public Security, aims to capture corrupt officials and suspects in economic crimes who have escaped abroad. By the end of October it had netted 180 suspects. Police in Shanghai said 11 of the fugitives had been living overseas for more than five years. Ten had been persuaded to return, often by calling them directly or contacting their families. The other 12, who refused to return, were arrested with the help of police abroad. One of the 22 was a 47-year-old man surnamed Zhang. The suspect in a 1997 fraud case had lived in Indonesia for 17 years after fleeing China. Interviewed by Shanghai Daily, he said it wasn‟t a bad thing to be going home as he had wanted to return years ago but had lacked the courage to surrender. "There is an Indonesian saying, the money you get from evil will be al taken by evil," Zhang said. "I spent all the money I took, and couldn‟t afford even a ticket for a ship." Zhang is said to have posed as a bank manager to help accomplices swindle a local firm out of 10 million yuan (US$1.6 million) with a forged document. After being named by police, he took a flight to Jakarta, the Indonesian capital, on October 4, 1997. It was a time of great upheaval in the country and police lost track of him. But in 2011, police heard that Zhang had been working as a tourist guide in Bali and the case was reopened. Last year, after being told that Indonesian police were investigating a man with a similar description to Zhang, Shanghai officers went to Indonesia only to find he had fled again. However, in August this year, a team of four officers went to Indonesia again and managed to catch up with him, after some difficulties with the language. "Indonesians are generally not good at English," one of the officers said. To help the investigation, a university professor was found who acted as a go-between for Shanghai with Indonesian police and other officials. Zhang was arrested on September 1 at the travel agency he was working for and repatriated 17 days later. In the early days of his flight from China‟s mainland, Zhang changed his identity seven times, mostly by buying forged identity documents on the black market. "I have been to most areas of Indonesia during the past 17 years. I‟ve worked as a prospector, a palm seed picker and a breeder of shrimp and grouper. I married an Indonesian woman and have two adopted daughters," Zhang said. "I thought police wouldn‟t find me because I have a new identity and a new life," he said. Another repatriated fugitive, a 44-year-old man surnamed Jin, was captured on his birthday this year after he returned from Canada with his wife and children for a party. In 1996, Jin, who was responsible for a local elevator company‟s sales, confessed to police that he had taken a US$20,000 bribe from a client. He returned the money but fled to the United States before his arrest had been approved. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Senior Qingdao cops probed over gang-related bribery charges
Updated: 2014-11-13 16:07 Qingdao City, Shandong Province Three senior police officers in Qingdao, Shandong province, have been placed under investigation over bribery charges, which are believed to be linked to a major gang case in 2010. Prosecutors have detained Zhao Min, chief of the anti-terrorism division in the city's public security bureau, and two deputy heads of its crime squads. More than 50 officials under the city's political and legal departments were implicated following a crackdown on an organized crime group headed by notorious gang lord Nie Lei in September 2010. Nie, 44, was executed in September last year after he was tried on charges including activities involving prostitution, gun smuggling and deliberately causing injury in Qingdao's largest gang-related case. After Nie was apprehended, two heads of the police bureaus in the city's Shibei and Licang districts and scores of other police officers were also prosecuted for providing protection for Nie's illegal gambling and drug businesses. Shan Guowei, head of the police bureau in Shinan district, was tried earlier this month for allegedly taking bribes of 3.75 million yuan ($612,000) from 2004 to 2012 and for protecting Nie's illegal activities in the area. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Four Chinese officials under investigation for graft
English.news.cn 2014-11-13 18:26:22 China Four Chinese local officials have been placed under "coercive measures" and investigated by prosecutors for bribery, according to the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) on Thursday. Feng Lixiang, former secretary of the Communist Party of China committee of the City of Datong in north China's Shanxi Province, is being investigated for bribery and taking bribes. According to China's criminal procedure law, coercive measures include summons by force, bail, residential surveillance, detention and arrest. The statement did not specify which measures have been taken so far. The other three, namely Li Xinquan, former head of the provincial radio and television station in central China's Henan Province, Luo Weizhong, general manager of the international trade group under the China National Offshore Oil Corporation Gas & Power Group, and Lu Yunfei, vice mayor of Lianyungang in east China's Jiangsu Province, are being investigated for Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Official illegally taps 120 million yuan of cash from tap water supply
English.news.cn 2014-11-12 23:27:24 Hebei Province A former official in charge of water supply in Beidaihe District, a sea resort close to Beijing, was suspected of bribe taking, corruption and embezzlement after 120 million yuan of cash and 37 kilograms of gold were found in his residence. Ma Chaoqun, former general manager of a water supply company of Beidaihe in Qinhuangdao City, was also found to have 68 real estate certificates in his home, according to the latest briefing by the discipline inspection body of Hebei Province neighboring Beijing. The provincial discipline watchdog has announced in August that Ma was under investigation without giving details. The cash found in Ma's home could weigh as heavy as 1.38 tonnes, supposing they were all 100-yuan notes. The Chinese currency with the biggest face value is the 100-yuan note. The 37 kg of gold, or 1,189.6 ounce, is equal to at least 1.38 million U.S. dollars based on Wednesday's price. The gold price has dived dramatically since last year. The 68 housing units were scattered in places including Beijing and Qinhuangdao. Their value in total is yet to be known. An inspection team was sent to Hebei Province at the end of July by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China (CPC). All 13 inspection teams of the CPC top discipline watchdog were tipped off about suspected violations during their latest round of checks, according to the CCDI website. China started a new round of official conduct inspections in July and 13 teams were sent by the CCDI to oversee officials in the provincial regions of Guangxi, Shanghai, Qinghai, Tibet, Zhejiang, Hebei, Shaanxi, Heilongjiang, Sichuan and Jiangsu. Officials with the General Administration of Sport, the Chinese Academy of Sciences and state-owned automaker China FAW Group Corporation were also probed. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Xinjiang court jails 22 for illegal religious activities
English.news.cn 2014-11-11 16:15:59 Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region A court in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on Monday convicted 22 people for conducting illegal religious activities. The convicted, who received jail terms of between five and 16 years, were convicted on charges including inciting ethnic hatred, disrupting social order and rape, according to the Kashgar City People's Court. They included "underground imams", or unappointed heads of mosques, as well as imams who continued to hold services after being sacked. Kashgar Mayor Enwaer Tursun said after the trial that Xinjiang had been plagued by religious extremism, which had disrupted social order and fed the ideology of terrorism. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Internet gambling gang busted in central China
2014-11-10 23:50:32 Central China's Hunan Province Chinese police have busted a gang suspected of organizing gambling on the Internet in central China's Hunan Province, local government said on Monday. According to the police, seven suspects have been arrested while more than 20 others are still at large. More than 20 million yuan (3.2 million US dollars) was involved in the gambling organized by the gang. The police in the city of Yueyang deployed more than 200 officers to investigate and bust the gang. Six of the seven suspects were detained for criminal prosecution while another is under house arrest due to illness. According to the confessions of the detained, more than 20 accomplices are still at large. The investigation is still ongoing. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Pedophile schoolmaster arrested in N China
November 10, 2014 North China's Shanxi Province A deputy schoolmaster of a primary school in north China's Shanxi Province has been arrested on suspicion of molesting his 9-year-old student, local police said on Monday. The victim's father claimed his daughter was molested in her dorm at Miaoshang School in Miaoshang Town of Linyi County. The police focused their investigation on the 32-year-old schoolmaster, surnamed Yang, after extensive witness interviews and review of CCTV footage. Yang confessed to molestation, according to Linyi police. The suspect has been detained for criminal prosecution and the police continue to search for evidence against Yang. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn 100 tons of tofu sticks containing cancer chemical on sale to public
2014-11-10 10:52:08 East China‟s Shandong Province ALMOST 100 tons of illegally made dried tofu sticks containing a cancer-causing chemical have reached the market, police in east China‟s Shandong Province said yesterday. The warning was issued after officers raided an underground workshop there and seized more than 10 tons of the toxic products. Dried tofu sticks — fuzhu in Chinese — are very popular in hotpot and cold dishes in China. But police of Zhangdian District in Zibo City found unscrupulous producers were illegally adding rongalite, an industrial bleaching agent, to make the fuzhu chewier and brighter, reported the Qilu Evening News. Rongalite is banned in food production as the formaldehyde it releases in the process can cause headaches, fatigue, vomiting and cancer. Just 10 grams of pure rongalite can kill a healthy adult, the paper reported. It did not report the quantity found in the tainted fuzhu. Zhangdian police had received a tip-off that a local grain and oil shop was selling toxic fuzhu. Police bought samples from the shop and tests showed that they did indeed contain rongalite. Last week, police and investigators from the local food and drug watchdog jointly busted the factory, the paper reported. "Workers were busy making fuzhu with utensils that were covered in dirt," said police official Zhang Qinchao. "The factory floor was filthy and there was a choking odor in the premises," added the official. Stacked against an outside wall, the team found bags filled with powder that was identified as rongalite. Police seized nearly 10 tons of toxic fuzhu and 190 kilograms of rongalite, the paper reported. According to an initial police investigation, the factory was opened by three cousins, all surnamed Liao, from Xuchang City in central China‟s Henan Province, in June. To keep the business secret, they only recruited fellow villagers, it is claimed. Since July, they had produced more than 100 tons. The products were mainly sold to Shandong, Henan and Jiangxi provinces, the paper reported. In Zibo, they sold to a grain and oil shop owner surnamed Li, who supplied flour to the factory. Li said he sold more than 3,500 kilograms of fuzhu. Police have detained four men and are trying to trace the tainted fuzhu on the market, it reported. To date, no one has been reported ill after eating the affected fuzhu. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Hong Kong court orders pyschiatric reports on UK banker charged of murder
2014-11-10 11:32:51 Hong Kong A British banker charged with the grisly murders of two women had his case adjourned by a Hong Kong court on Monday for two weeks of psychiatric reports. Rurik Jutting, a 29-year-old securities trader who until recently worked at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, is accused of killing two young Indonesian women whose mutilated bodies were found at his upmarket apartment in the southern Chinese city. The case was "adjourned for two psychiatric reports on the defendant's fitness to plead" said principal magistrate Bina Chainrai. Jutting, who was in court on Monday, will be remanded in custody and will next appear on Nov 24, Chainrai said. Bearded and wearing black-rimmed glasses, Jutting remained impassive during the brief hearing at Hong Kong's Eastern Magistrate's court - his second appearance after being charged with the murders a week ago. He spoke only once to say: "I do" when the magistrate asked him whether he understood the arrangements. The bodies of Seneng Mujiasih and Sumarti Ningsih, both Indonesian and in their 20s, were discovered after Jutting called police to his flat in the city's Wanchai neighbourhood in the early hours of Nov 1. Seneng was found naked in the living room, with knife wounds to her neck and buttocks. Sumarti's decaying body was found hours later by police, stuffed into a suitcase on the apartment's balcony. According to court documents, she was killed days earlier, on Oct 27. Police are investigating whether the women were sex workers. Wanchai is known for its late-night drinking holes popular with expatriate revellers, and is home to a thriving red light district. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn China nabs another six economic crime suspects
Updated: 2014-11-09 15:03 Philippines China has seized another six economic crime suspects in the Philippines, authorities said Sunday, amid a sweeping campaign aimed at blocking "the last route of retreat" for corrupt officials. Police in east China's Zhejiang Province captured two suspects in two separate Philippine cities in October, while another four were urged to give themselves up, according to Zhejiang provincial public security department. Of the six fugitives, four have been taken back to China, the department said. China has snagged 180 economic crime suspects abroad since Fox Hunt 2014, a special operation in July against suspects hiding overseas. The number has surpassed that of last year, the Ministry of Public Security said in late October. Of those caught, 44 are suspected of being involved in economic cases worth over 10 million yuan each, the ministry said. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Rice-smuggling gang busted in south China
November 9, 2014 South China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region A gang suspected of smuggling more than 3,000 tons of rice has been busted in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, customs authorities said on Sunday. The gang is suspected of smuggling rice worth about 10 million yuan (1.6 million U.S. dollars) and evading 7 million yuan in taxes. Ten members of the gang were captured last week near the China-Vietnam border when they tried to smuggle rice into Guangxi, according to Nanning Customs. The rice was bought in Vietnam, the customs said. Five core members have been detained for criminal prosecution as Nanning Customs continue digging for evidence against the gang. The anti-smuggling division of Nanning Customs was tipped off about the gang in August and started to investigate its activities with the help of This year, Nanning Customs have cracked five organized rice smuggling cases. About 50,000 tons of rice worth more than 300 million yuan were involved in those cases. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn 77 mafia-style members arrested in Shanxi
2014-11-7 22:21:48 Shanxi North China's Taiyuan city has arrested 77 members of mafia-style gangs since a special crackdown was launched on Oct. Fifty-four of them have been put under detention, said Lei Yuzhi, deputy head of the Public Security Bureau of Taiyuan, capital of coal-rich Shanxi Province. The campaign targets mafia-style and evil forces which have disturbed rural grass-roots elections, land requisitions and existed for long in mining, construction, logistics and tourism sectors. "Mafia-style criminal gangs caused an extremely vile impact in society," said Lei at a news briefing on Friday. He vowed to continue to clamp down on these evil forces. Wang Rulin, secretary of the Shanxi Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China, urged an intense crackdown on corrupt officials and mafia-style gangs in October. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Toxic bean sprouts suspected in Yanqing
2014-11-13 18:08:01 Yanqing County, Beijing A wholesale market in Yanqing county has been accused by local residents of selling bean sprouts that are not safe for consumption, the Beijing Times reported. Some residents developed diarrhea after eating the bean sprouts at a local restaurant. Evidents have singled out two vendors from the market, who were found to be operating without business licenses, for selling the offending bean sprouts. One of the vendors, speaking to an undercover reporter, admitted that they had used prohibited chemical fertilizers to accelerate the growing time of the sprouts. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Teacher criticized for abortion lesson
Updated: 2014-11-11 Beijing A primary school teacher used explicit materials to educate students about abortion, Beijing News reported. A boy whose parents said he was upset after school reported that his teacher had showed some unpleasant abortion-themed photos. According to the report, the boy said the teacher distributed a newspaper explaining abortion that showed a photo of a dead fetus, which frightened the kids. The teacher has been criticized for using improper teaching materials. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Child falls to death; babysitter charged with negligence
http://bj.people.com.cn/n/2014/1110/11:42/Beijing Youth Daily Fengtai District, Beijing On November 11th, it was reported a child fell from the 15th floor bedroom window of an apartment in a community located near Beijing's West railway station, Fengtai district. According to the babysitter, the child wanted to look out the window. The babysitter mistakenly thought that the child would be safe but unfortunately the absence of any guard rails meant that the child was able to fall from the window. According to the law, the babysitter is being prosecuted on suspicion of death due to negligence by the court even though she has been forgiven by the deceased child‟s parents. 保姆带孩子看风景 男童坠下 15 楼身亡
2014 年 11 月 10 日 11:42 来源:北京青年报 从 15 楼坠落, 抢救无效死亡
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www.psuchina.com.cn Beijing mobilizes police, civilians for APEC security
November 7, 2014 Beijing Beijing police said they will deploy 28,000 police officers each day starting Thursday as the Chinese capital raises security for this week's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting. Another 800,000 civilians will be mobilized to aid in security in the city, said an official with the Beijing Municipal Security Bureau (BMSB). The official said all police officers will be put on duty to crack down on crime and guard the city against terrorism. Motorcycle police, police dogs, surveillance video and other security measures will be stepped up in downtown areas. Meanwhile, checkpoints and temporary roadblocks have been added to strengthen checks on vehicles and people entering Beijing. BMSB said earlier they had seized 1,003 suspects, 1,235.3 grams of drugs, 881 kilograms of dangerous chemicals, more than 1,000 knives, and illegal fireworks through vehicle checks. In downtown Beijing, 161 police stations are equipped with bulletproof helmets, knife-proof uniforms and explosion-proof blankets. Police also bought a medium-sized helicopter capable of taking high-definition pictures and carrying more relief. A series of APEC meetings bearing the theme "Shaping the Future through Asia-Pacific Partnership" will be held from Nov. 5 to 11 in Beijing, one of the city's highest-profile international events since the 2008 Olympics. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Girl, 2, drowns in river while grandmother picked shallots
Shanghaidailynet November 13, 2014, Thursday Pudong New Area, Shanghai A 2-year-old girl fell into a river accidental y and drowned on Tuesday in Shanghai‟s Donghai Vil age in the Pudong New Area. Her grandmother was away when the accident happened, Eastday.com reported today. The girl fell into a river while her grandmother was picking shallots in a nearby vegetable patch, the report said. The girl was pulled out from the 1-meter-deep water and died in a hospital despite emergency treatment. A witness claimed a neighbor had warned the grandmother not to let the girl play near the river. There are warning signs along the river, the report said. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Fishermen win compensation
2014/11/13 1:34:06 Shanghai THREE local fishermen won a compensation of 300,000 yuan (US$48,900) from three companies after the sewage discharged by the companies polluted the rivers where they were fishing, the Pudong New Area People‟s Court announced The two sides reached an agreement during mediation ordered by the court. The three companies agreed to pay the plaintiffs 100,000 yuan each. According to the court, some 100,000 kilograms of fish died in April, which was blamed on the companies. Local fishermen in Laogang Town filed complaints to the town government. One of the companies offers tank container cleaning service while another transports chemicals. On April 29, the environmental authority in Pudong measured the level of pollution in waters near the two companies and found it to be excessive pollution discharge. Although the government later took measures to clean the pollution and some penalty were issued to the two companies, the compensation deal for the three fishermen, who suffered the most losses, could not be settled. After the three people brought a 570,000 yuan compensation lawsuit to the court, the judges went to the spot many times to do their own investigation. They found more clues that linked the two companies for the discharge. They also discovered another company in fault for pollution and listed it as the third defendant. The court also consulted a fishing expert in Pudong before agreeing on the compensation amount for the fishermen. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Dancing man detained
Shanghai Daily November 12, 2014, Wednesday Minhang District, Shanghai A MAN has been detained for damaging a police car after officers told him to stop dancing to music at midnight on Jinping Road in Minhang District, police said yesterday. Neighbors had complained that the 21-year-old, surnamed Huang, had been causing a disturbance from about 9:40pm on November 6. When police arrived, he refused to turn off his music, was abusive toward officers and kicked their car, xinmin.cn reported. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at 1,000 yuan (US$160), said Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn 4-year-old dies in manhole plunge
Shanghaidailynet November 11, 2014, Tuesday Songjiang District, Shanghai CONSTRUCTION workers have been accused of leaving the cover partly off a manhole into which a 4-year-old boy fell and died. Yesterday, the manhole inside a road widening construction site at Husong Road in Songjiang District was covered and the area fenced off. Song Fu‟an fell into the hole at around 7pm on Sunday night as he played outside the restaurant where his parents work. The little boy‟s body was found five hours later in a sewage pipe by rescuers. His father, 37-year-old Song Yan, had leapt into the 10-meter-deep manhole that was filled with 8 meters of water desperately searching for his son, but only found his shoe. "Seeing that the manhole wasn‟t fully covered, I knew that he must have fal en into it," Song told Shanghai Daily yesterday. Song said workers had uncovered the manhole on Sunday to pump water from another manhole into it. But they didn‟t cover it completely after leaving about 5:30pm, he claimed. Song and his wife Zhang Chanying, who are from central China‟s Hunan Province, were busy delivering takeaway orders while their son played with another boy. When Song returned, the other boy told him that his son was missing. While Song attempted to find his son, the emergency services were called and firefighters were on the scene within minutes. As the shaft was connected to the sewer network, rescuers feared that the boy had been carried into the sewage pipe system. After local water bureau staff pumped water from the hole and connecting pipes, the boy‟s body was finally discovered around midnight in a pipe hundreds of meters away. Fu‟an‟s parents and nearby residents said the construction site had not been fenced off and no warning signs put up. Following the tragedy, workers yesterday fenced off the site, covered the hole completely and erected warning signs, said Fu‟an‟s parents. Shanghai Daily reporters yesterday saw the names of the Shanghai Electric Power Co and the Shanghai Huasheng Electric Power Engineering Co on the barriers. When contacted, the Shanghai Electric Power Co said that it bore no responsibility for the accident. However, Fu‟an‟s parents claims that the company has offered to meet them on Friday to discuss the accident. This is not the first fatal manhole accident involving children in recent years. A 3-year-old boy died in February last year after falling into a manhole in Pudong New Area. Also in Pudong, an 11-year-old boy died after falling into a manhole covered only by a plywood sheet in July last year. Police are still investigating Sunday‟s Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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2014/11/10 2:04:04 Shanghai LOCAL food safety watchdog inspected and checked 32,571 batches of foodstuffs between January and September, detecting 2,849 batches that didn‟t meet criteria. Local police cracked down 79 food safety cases, netting 191 suspects. The Shanghai Food Safety Office said there have been three mass food poisoning cases this year with 126 people affected. There were six outbreaks by this time last year. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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Shanghai Daily November 10, 2014, Monday Shanghai A PLATE of glass overhanging the entrance of the Forever 21 store on Nanjing Road exploded yesterday, injuring a cleaner working at the entrance, Shanghai Television reported. The cleaner, who suffered cuts to his arms and body, said no one touched the glass. A probe is under way. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn End of road for private car plate customers
Shanghaidailynet November 10, 2014, Monday Putuo District, Shanghai NEARLY 100 customers who each paid more than 100,000 yuan (US$16,300) for secondhand car plates from a city auto store have learned that they may never see their purchases. It is alleged that the boss of the store on Zhenbei Road in Putuo District, surnamed Bao, made a quick getaway with the cash without providing the plates. Police said he is now being questioned and officers are looking to see whether they can bring a civil or criminal case. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Boy missing 6 days found in IKEA
Shanghaidailynet November 10, 2014, Monday Xuhui District, Shanghai A 12-YEAR-OLD boy who went missing after being told off by his mother last Monday was found by police yesterday afternoon in an IKEA store in Xuhui District. Peng Yijian, who is said to have survived on supermarket free samples while missing, is now being treated in hospital. Because Yijian‟s very weak with hunger, he‟s receiving an intravenous drip in hospital, his mother, surnamed Liu, told Shanghai Daily last night. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Opportunities brewing for foreigners in city
Shanghaidailynet November 10, 2014, Monday Shanghai SHANGHAI has always prided itself as being a city of entrepreneurship and commercial opportunities. As the economy is deregulated, it‟s not only the Chinese who are taking advantage of the chance to start up businesses. In 2010, according to the national census that year, there were 143,156 foreigners living in Shanghai. That figure continues to grow. Although most expatriates work for multinational companies here, some are beginning to look outside that box. One of them is 62-year-old . Henry came to Shanghai 20 years ago to teach English. At that time, it was difficult if not impossible for a foreigner to start his own company in China. But times have changed, allowing Henry to think about starting his own business here. He chose coffee bean roasting for his enterprise, inspired by his grandfather‟s love of coffee and by the relative rarity of that business in the city. Unfamiliar with Chinese commercial laws, Henry found the initial going tough. But when Chinese acquaintances agreed to help him through registration and legal procedures, and friends with business experience agreed to advise him on the ABCs of running a company, the road ahead smoothed. "It‟s smal , so it wasn‟t al that complicated," Henry told Shanghai Daily. "In fact, it took only several months to set up the business with 250,000 yuan (US$41,000) of startup capital." The company, named Jonas Emil Coffee Roasters after the grandfather, buys raw coffee beans from importers, roasts them and then sells the beans to households and offices in the city. Henry and his Chinese partner Feng Zhenghai took a training course in San Francisco to become "senior roasters." Startups always face unforeseen chal enges and Jonas Emil Coffee Roasters was no exception. Suppliers of premium-quality Arabica coffee beans were difficult to find. Henry and Feng had to do a lot of networking in the coffee industry to make the right contacts. At first, the business roasted only about 10 kilograms of beans a week, mostly for expatriate families. As Henry and Feng began promoting the business at trade fairs, word spread and customers increased. Employees were hired to visit offices and explain the service. Today the business roasts up to 50 kilos of beans a week. Henry gave up teaching last year to devote himself full time to the business, which has also hired an additional roaster. "About 90 percent of our individual clients are expats, but more and more local people are drinking coffee, especial y in offices," he said. They lease an 80-square-meter workshop in the Pudong New Area and a 20-quare-meter office in Baoshan. The sites are away from downtown, but cost just 6,000 yuan a month to rent. The business has also taken on a new partner who has shop space in Pudong. Henry and Feng will provide beans and coffee-making technologies free, and share the profits once the coffee shop opens next month. Foreigners who are interested in starting up businesses in Shanghai can turn to agencies to help them through the application paperwork. That‟s what 42-year-old Jason Inch, another American, did when he started a human resources consultancy in the city in 2010. Inch is a business consultant, writer, and speaker who came to the city in 2004. He is the author of 2012 book "China‟s Economic Supertrends" and the 2008 book "Supertrends of Future China." "I had been working as a teacher in joint-venture business school programs," he said. "And I saw an opportunity in human resources consulting. So I formed ICT — InChina Corporate Training." He said it was relatively easy, taking only about two months. "The government has requirements in terms of minimum capital and industry focus, but I didn‟t think the policies were overly restrictive," he said. Last year, he set up a second company called LOHAUS, promoting a lifestyle of health and urban sustainability. "My second company was much easier to start," he said. "I didn‟t need an agent that time because the registration process has become so streamlined." He said Shanghai is ideally placed to foster entrepreneurship, with the education skills of the Chinese and the number of foreigners settled here. "Shanghai has always been a great entrepreneurial city," Inch said. "It‟s in the blood. Foreigners should find it easier to start a business here." Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Auctioneers hammered by new rule
2014-11-08 11:20 Shanghai Fourteen auction houses in Shanghai have been told to temporarily close their doors for failing to meet industry regulations, the State Administration of Cultural Heritage of China said Friday. The closures were ordered as the companies are not in possession of three key business qualifications, it said. All auction houses in China are required to employ experts who are trained — to the administration's standards — in ceramics, jade and stone, and metal objects. To achieve certification, people are required to attend training courses in Beijing. The courses cost up to 10,000 yuan (US$1,630) apiece and the pass rate in the final examinations is just 20 percent. Lin Yiping, general manager of Shanghai Auction Co, which was among those ordered to close, said he was shocked by the announcement. "When the new regulation (regarding the certificates) was issued in 2012 we were told it didn't apply to existing businesses," "We've arranged for some of our staff to attend the training courses," he said. A total of 63 auction houses across the country were told to close, the administration said. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Lu Xun's relatives lose copyright suit
Shanghai Daily November 7, 2014, Friday Huangpu District, Shanghai FOUR grandchildren of Lu Xun, one of the best-known Chinese writers of the 20th century, yesterday lost their lawsuit against a publishing firm and the author of a book about their late relative. The plaintiffs claimed "Biography of Lu Xun‟s Portraits" by Huang Qiaosheng, deputy director of Beijing Lu Xun Museum, and published by Guizhou People‟s Press, used 114 photos of their grandfather without permission. They demanded a public apology and 70,000 yuan (US$11,450) compensation. The Huangpu District People‟s Court, however, ruled against the plaintiffs saying the photographs used in the book were now in the public domain, and therefore neither the author nor the publishing house had infringed their copyright. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Explosion injures 10 at hotpot restaurant
November 13, 2014 Northwest China„s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region Ten people were injured in an explosion at a restaurant this morning in Yinchuan, capital of northwest China„s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, the Xingqing branch of the Yinchuan Public Security Bureau said on its Weibo microblog. Ten people were injured in an explosion at a restaurant this morning in Yinchuan, capital of northwest China‟s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. Ten people were injured in an explosion at a restaurant this morning in Yinchuan, capital of northwest China‟s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region. An explosion happened at a hotpot restaurant on Xinning Road around 9:40am due to gas tank leak, according to a preliminary investigation. Two passers-by were injured along with eight restaurant staff. The injuries were not considered life threatening. Authorities are still investigating the blast. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Imported food items deemed unsafe
2014-11-13 18:08:02 China The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine recently prevented 345 batches of imported food items from entering the domestic market after being deemed unsafe for consumers, the Xinhua News Agency reported. The food items refused entry were found to contain microbial contamination or excessive additives, and have either been shipped back to their country of origin or destroyed. They included processed foods, beverages, and bee products, coming from 36 countries and regions. Among the products were batches of Kirkland Signature Almonds from the US, one of the best-selling brands of almonds online in China. The almonds were found to exceed levels considered safe on the peroxide index. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Sentences to anti-Chinese rioters criticized as 'lenient'
Updated: 2014-11-13 18:03 Vietnam Sentences passed by a Vietnamese court on those found guilty of participating in anti-Chinese riots in May, which resulted in the deaths of three workers, were criticized as "too lenient" by head from a major Chinese organization in Vietnam. The People's Court in central Ha Tinh province found 14 men guilty on Wednesday of "causing public disorder" and "resisting on-duty officials" when they took part in the deadly riot in a steel plant owned by a Taiwan company. The court handed down prison sentences to 11 of the rioters ranging from 15 to 39 months. Three others were given suspended sentences of 15 to 18 months, Xinhua reported. Gu Chaoqing, head of the Business Association of China in Vietnam, said on Thursday the sentences were "too lenient", and urged Vietnamese authorities to conduct more investigations. "This trial failed to find out who the perpetrators were that killed the workers. It is difficult for families of the dead and the Chinese people to accept," Gu said in Hanoi. Gu called for the Vietnamese to look further into the case and find out the identity of those who caused the deaths. Information from Vietnam on the trials has been sporadic. The protest on May 14 in Vung Ang Economic Zone was one of a series of anti-Chinese riots following operations by a Chinese oil rig in waters near China's Zhongjian Island, part of the South China Sea also claimed by Hanoi. About 4,000 Chinese workers left Vietnam after thousands of rioters attacked Chinese workers and Chinese-owned businesses, leaving at least three Chinese nationals dead and many injured. Business and factories, including those established by South Korea and Singapore, were also targeted. Vietnam has conducted several trials over the riots and offered limited compensation to affected companies. But the protests and the South China Sea issue have cast a shadow over the investment climate there. China is Vietnam's largest trade partner in 2013 with total turnover reaching $50.21 billion, up 22 percent year-on-year, according to official statistics from Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Chinese woman wins sexual-discrimination case
English.news.cn 2014-11-13 20:15:33 Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province A Chinese woman won her sexual discrimination case after a east China court ruled in her favor on Wednesday. Xihu District People's Court in Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, said a cooking school had violated the woman's right to equal employment and should pay her 2,000 yuan (about 323 U.S. dollars) in compensation. Guo Jing, a female college graduate, took Dongfang Cooking Training School in Hangzhou to court after it denied her job application on the basis that "the school only wants male employees" in late June. Guo said she met all the school's requirements for the clerical post. "We cannot keep silent any more," she said. This is the second such case that has created a storm in the country. Two years ago, a woman named Cao Ju sued a company individually for sexual discrimination and won. Cao was compensated 30,000 yuan in what has been called "China's first employment gender discrimination case", A report from the All-China Women's Federation in 2011 showed that 56.7 percent of interviewed female college graduates said they had fewer opportunities than their male counterparts. Ninety-one percent of interviewees felt they had been victims of sexual discrimination from employers. "Sexual discrimination is very common in the job market," Guo said, "I want to tell women to protect our rights through established legal weapons." Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn E-commerce model faces challenge
2014-11-13 11:13 China Alibaba founder Jack Ma is now the richest man on the Chinese mainland. But factors restricting the growth of e-commerce have prompted many to speculate how long Ma will retain such a status, says an article in Beijing News. Jack Ma hit the headlines once again thanks to Alibaba's initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange. The IPO, according to Hurun Rich List 2014, helped Ma replace property tycoon Wang Jianlin, chairman of Wanda Group, as the richest man on the mainland. Alibaba leads China's Internet business, together with Baidu and Tencent, because of its business strategies that exploit the latest Internet trends such as the C2C (consumer-to-consumer) model. But Alibaba is only a follower, not the pioneer, of C2C in China. Therefore, it remains to be seen how long Taobao, the largest C2C online shopping website started by Alibaba, and Alipay, the third-party online payment method, can maintain their edge in this fast changing Internet era. True, more people will turn to online shopping. But many commodities and services still cannot be traded on the Internet, which could become a big factor restricting Taobao's and Alibaba's further growth. And given that Taobao and Alibaba neither have a management model nor expertise that cannot be duplicated, the possibility of some of their competitors catching up cannot be ruled out. Besides, Taobao, which to a certain extent squeezed out traditional real retail stores, has benefited from the government policies adopted to support e-commerce. But then the government could adopt other policies and measures to impose higher tax on online stores to protect real retailers. These, if true, will squeeze the space for Alibaba's growth. The rise of Taobao and Alibaba can be attributed to the extensive management model of e-commerce in the country, but this is sure to change in the future as part of the efforts to better regulate the sector. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn One-night stands, sexual abuse content banned on video sites
2014-11-13 10:21:40 China A circular by China's top media and television watchdog requiring content providers to cut content related to one-night stands, sexual abuse and extramarital affairs from video streaming websites has sparked heated discussion. According to a report by entertainment news website ent.qq.com, the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) circular stipulated that programs depicting extramarital affairs, polyamorous relationship, one-night stands, sexual abuse, or containing pornographic content should be cut or deleted. It also said that video depicting rape, fornication, necrophilia, prostitution or masturbation also should be cut. Video websites are required to remove headlines with text or pictures referring to sex and nudity. Plots depicting violent murder, suicides, kidnapping, drug abuse, gambling or supernatural occurrences should be cut. SAPPRFT said that websites should closely examine videos with tags like "hot dancing," "beauties" and "originals." A great deal of sexually suggestive content is likely to be taken down, reported news portal ent.163.com. "Media regulators used to have loose regulations on [these] programs, so that the public is often exposed to contents related to sex, violence and murder," Tan Tian, a professor at Jinan University, told the Global Times on Wednesday. He added that SAPPRFT should issue a regulation removing porn and other vulgar content from those websites. However, many Web users claimed that after implementing this regulation, Chinese audience will have no films or dramas to watch. Tan warned authorities against being overly extreme, saying it might hinder the creation of more excellent works. He suggested that the regulator provide a detailed explanation on how the new circular should be implemented. SARFT, the predecessor to SAPPRFT, issued a similar notice in 2009. Zhuang Xihai, a former TV host and a producer who is now a professor at the Southwest University of Broadcasting in Chongqing, told the Global Times that the fact that SAPPRFT issuing of a similar notice showed that the first notice was not implemented effectively. Zhuang added that he does not think it would prove a deathblow for streaming websites, instead calling it a new opportunity for both websites and creators to produce more positive works. The moves come after a new governmental campaign against pornography and vulgar content entitled "Cleaning the Web 2014" by State Internet Information Office. In April, China has shut down 110 websites as part of a national crackdown on online pornography, according to the office. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Rise in N. Korean workers
2014-11-13 1:03:01 China The number of North Korean workers in China is increasing, the Korea Joongang Daily reported. There were 93,000 North Korean workers in China in 2013, with an annual increase of around 20 percent over the past four years, according to data released by the Korea International Trade Association (KITA) on Tuesday. There were only 54,000 North Korean workers in China in 2010. According to the newspaper, a North Korean worker makes on average 1,600 yuan ($261) per month, much lower than the monthly salary earned by a local worker. Choi Yong-min, the head of KITA's Beijing branch, said that companies in China are likely to increase their hiring of North Koreans in the mid and long term due to lower labor costs. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn China issues first ten-year visas to U.S. citizens
2014-11-13 10:04:58 China China issued the first-ever group of visas with ten-year validity to U.S. citizens here on Wednesday, implementing a new agreement that is expected to boost exchange between the two countries. At the visa office of Chinese Embassy in the U.S., 23-year-old researcher Edmund Downie became the first American to receive the ten-year visa with multiple entries. In what will be his fifth trip to China, he planned to travel to southern Chinese city Kunming and stay there for about a week. "I am glad that I've been granted the honor of being the first American to receive the ten-year visa," Downie told Xinhua. "I am excited to be able to keep going to China for the next ten years and not have to worry about coming back to the visa office." Starting Wednesday, under a new agreement announced during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Beijing, China and the U.S. will grant each other's citizens business or tourist visas with maximum validity of ten years. The validity of student visas will also be extended to up to five years. "It eases the process of visa acquisition and makes it more affordable," Downie said of the new arrangement, adding that it is a positive step for Americans to learn more about China. Ruan Ping, Consul General at the Chinese Embassy in the U.S., believed that the new visa policy will enhance mutual understanding between China and the United States. "It will greatly promote the people-to-people exchange between China and the U.S. and boost our economic and academic ties," Ruan said. Earlier Wednesday, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry handed out the first ten-year visas to a group of Chinese citizens in a ceremony at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. "You are literally helping to write the next great chapter of the history between the United States and China," Kerry told the Chinese citizens with the new visas and people at the ceremony, according to the U.S. State Department. "This will pay huge dividends for American and Chinese citizens and it will strengthen both of our economies," he added. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Girl beaten, stripped naked by classmates in C China
2014-11-13 09:54:24 Central China‟s Hunan Province POLICE in central China‟s Hunan Province have launched a probe into reports that 15 girl students severely beat up a classmate and took nude pictures of her. Sanxiang City Express reported that the 16-year-old victim, nicknamed Xiaomeng, joined the Hunan Industry Trade School, a technical secondary school in the provincial capital Changsha, in September. On November 6, the girl had an argument with the deputy class monitor, nicknamed Xiaoao, over cleaning the classroom. Xiaomeng told the paper that in the evening, Xiaoao asked 14 other girls to beat her up in the dorm. "Some of them threatened me with scissors. All of them slapped me and then hit my head against the wall. They beat me up and kicked me. I was tortured until 1am the next day," she said, adding that five of her six roommates turned a blind eye to the brutality while one of them joined the beating. Xiaomeng did not say anything to her parents or to the school administrators the next day but it was not good enough to lessen Xiaoao‟s anger, the paper reported. Around noon on November 7, the 15 girls broke into her dorm and beat her up again. They then stripped her naked and took nude pictures of her in the hope she would not complain to either her parents or her teachers, Xiaomeng said. Bruised and in severe pain, Xiaomeng called her dorm teacher and her parents but the teacher did not take the matter seriously after a CT scan report suggested she was fine, the paper said. Fearing that she would be beaten up again, Xiaomeng did not go back to the school or to her dorm but stayed in a hotel. Her parents rushed from Shaoyang in Hunan to Changsha on November 10. She was then diagnosed with ruptured eardrums and renal contusion. The newspaper reported finding bruises on Xiaomeng‟s face, back and legs. She also hobbled in pain. The school said police were The girls admitted beating her up and taking pictures, which have since been deleted. Xiaomeng is not keen on going back to the school and her parents are looking to move her in another school, the paper said. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Chinese legislature drops adding accepting gift money as crime
Updated: 2014-11-12 21:12 China China's top legislator ruled out the possibility of adding a widely discussed prohibition on government officials accepting "gift money" into the country's Criminal Law. The National People's Congress said on its website that an additional crime of accepting "gift money" provoked controversy and needs further discussion on whether it should be included into the law. It is a tradition for the Chinese to offer friends gifts and envelopes filled with cash on special occasions. The cash, called "gift money", providing benevolent financial assistance, has been used as means for bribery in recent years. Under the current law, no criminal charges can be applied to accepting gifts or money unless the behavior is proved to be linked with abusing power. Rotten officials have sought to defend themselves from bribery charges by claiming that the bribes they are accused of accepting are gifts from friends. The difficulty in defining "gift money" in a corruption case gives officials the opportunity to take bribes under the excuse of accepting "gifts" from friends. Anti-graft agencies are often required to collect convincing evidence to prove the link between the "gift" and the abuse of power. To reinforce China's ongoing anti-graft campaign, the legislative authority published draft amendments to the law for public opinion, due by Dec 3, a number of which increase penalties in corruption cases and redefine the sentencing criteria. The draft amendments proposed to impose monetary fines against all individuals that are convicted of engaging in corruption to replace the punishment only on legal entities. The draft added a new crime of offering bribes to close relatives or individuals with close relationships to government officials. Jiang Ming'an, a law professor at Peking University, said current criminal law sentencing guidelines are specifically defined based on the value of the bribes but the items in the proposed revision give little scope for considering other circumstances such as the causes and consequences of the crime. Those who embezzle or take bribes over 100,000 yuan ($12,660) will be sentenced to prison sentences ranging from 10 years to life. If the case is "particularly serious," the criminals can be sentenced to death, according to the current law. Zhao Bingzhi, a law professor at Beijing Normal University, said the amendments enable the law to curb corruption in a more comprehensive way and the specific sentencing standards based on the amount of the bribes are likely to be written into judicial interpretations issued by the supreme court. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn 21 missing miners confirmed dead after E. China mine accident
English.news.cn 2014-11-12 19:53:38 East China's Anhui Province The search for 21 miners trapped in a collapsed mine in east China's Anhui Province was concluded and all the missing were confirmed dead, authorities said. An explosion ripped through the Dongfang coal mine in Huainan City on Aug. 19 and 39 workers were caught in mine shafts hundreds of meters underground. Twelve managed to escape. By Aug. 29, six bodies had been found and 21 remained missing. According to officials with the Huainan city government on Tuesday, the search was hampered by collapsed mine shafts and gas pockets. Experts said more explosions were possible if the search continued while they also concluded that the trapped miners were dead due to the conditions underground. The families of the 21 missing miners received 910,000 yuan (14,841 U. S. dollars) compensation for each miner. The provincial coal mine safety inspection bureau revoked the privately-owned Dongfang coal mine's production permit in August. The mine has an annual production capacity of 90,000 tonnes. At the time of the incident the mine was operating illegally. Although officially licensed, the city government had issued production suspension orders for all coal mines beginning June 30 as part of flood prevention efforts. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn BOC chosen as clearing bank
2014-11-12 09:17 China Bank of China (BOC), one of the country's Big Four lenders, was designated by the Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company Ltd as the sole clearing bank for the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect plan, the bank said in a statement later on Monday. Bank of China (Hong Kong) will be the clearing bank in Hong Kong, while the BOC Shanghai unit will serve as the clearing bank in the mainland, BOC said in the statement. Earlier in the day, the securities watchdogs of the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong announced in a joint statement that the Shanghai-Hong Kong stock connect would start trading on November 17. The pilot program will enable investors in Hong Kong and the mainland to trade eligible shares listed on the other's market through local securities firms or other brokers. The pilot program will operate between the Shanghai Stock Exchange, the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Ltd, China Securities Depository and Clearing Corporation Ltd and Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company Ltd. According to the pilot plan, Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company Ltd will be allowed to open a special yuan bank account in a mainland bank, which will be dedicated to business involving the stock connect plan. China Securities Depository and Clearing Corporation Ltd will also be allowed a special bank account at a Hong Kong bank to deal with business related to the scheme. The Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect is expected to enhance capital market connectivity between the mainland and Hong Kong. It will also promote the internationalization of the Chinese currency, the yuan, and development of Hong Kong as an offshore yuan business center, as mainland investors will be able to participate in the Hong Kong stock market using yuan. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn 13 dengue fever fatalities in Taiwan
November 12, 2014 Taiwan A total of 10,600 Taiwan residents this year have contracted dengue fever as of Monday, with 13 reported deaths, the island's disease control authorities said Tuesday. About 97 percent of all cases were in Kaohsiung City in southern Taiwan, the worst hit area with 10,100 people infected by the disease as of Monday, the authorities said in a statement. Dengue is a mosquito-borne, potentially fatal disease that affects up to 100 million people in tropical and subtropical regions every year, causing fever and muscle pain. This year Taiwan has experienced its severest outbreak of the disease in the past decade, exceeding previous years, when annual cases would not exceed 2,000, spokesman of the disease control authority Chou Jih-haw said. Warm weather since April this year and an increase of rain fall have been blamed for the outbreak in Kaohsiung, as both conditions are conducive to the breeding of the mosquitos that carry dengue, Chou said. A deadly gas blast that claimed dozens of lives in Kaohsiung in late July could have played a part in the spreading of the disease, he added. The local government was urged to step up disease prevention and control efforts through programs to clear waste disposal sites and abandoned buildings. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Two killed, nine buried in housing collapse in Central China
2014-11-11 10:01:09 Central China's Henan Province Two people died, five were injured and nine others are still buried in rubbles after a building collapsed in central China's Henan Province, confirmed local sources on Monday. The seven-story building, under construction on the outskirts of Henan's capital Zhengzhou, collapsed at 5:40 pm. Sixteen workers were buried. Rescuers had pulled out seven as of 10:30 pm, including two dead. Police have detained the crane driver, and are hunting for the head of the construction team, who fled after the accident. Cause of the accident is being Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn McDonald's China: no GM potatoes
2014-11-11 1:03:01 China McDonald's China has denied that it has imported or used genetically engineered potatoes after the US Department of Agriculture approved a genetically modified (GM) potato developed by a McDonald's supplier. "McDonald's China does not use genetically modified potatoes. The potatoes that McDonald's China uses are in line with the national laws and regulations," the public relations department of McDonald's China told the Global Times Monday. The US Department of Agriculture approved the first genetically modified potato for commercial planting on November 7. The potato was developed by the J.R. Simplot Company and is engineered to resist bruising and contain fewer carcinogens. The Idaho-based company is one of the biggest French fries suppliers in the world. Its products are distributed to many countries including China, Australia and Canada. However, according to McDonald's China's website, J.R. Simplot Company provides frozen hash browns to the company's restaurants in China, while the potatoes for its French fries are provided by another supplier. Luo Yunbo, a GM food expert with China Agricultural University, told the Global Times that customers should not be worried about consuming genetically engineered food because they have been proven not to harm human health and are widely used in Western countries. "Many organizations such as the Food and Drug Administration of the US and the European Food Safety Authority have stated that GM foods are safer to consume than normal food," he said. In July, China's agricultural ministry vowed zero tolerance and harsh punishments for illegal sales and growing of GM crops. Chen Xiaohua, a deputy minister for agriculture, said that the Ministry of Agriculture will continue to scrutinize the commercial production of GM food and has set no timetable for the commercial production of GM food, the Xinhua News Agency reported. McDonald's use of GM food also drew attention in April, when it admitted to using chickens raised on genetically modified feed, but said that it would not affect the food's quality and safety. There are more than 2,000 McDonald's restaurants on the Chinese mainland. In August, McDonald's China were involved in a food scandal that saw its supplier Shanghai Husi, a subsidiary of a US-based OSI Group, use expired meat and doctored food production dates. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn HK police ready to aid enforce injunction: official
November 11, 2014 Hong Kong Hong Kong's Acting Chief Executive Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said on Tuesday that police are prepared to help enforce the injunction in protest areas, abide by the High Court instructions. Lam said the law enforcement personnel will not rule out possible arrests when necessary. The official said the High Court had decided to continue the injunction orders with regard to occupied areas in commercial districts of Admiralty and Mong Kok on Monday. She said an injunction is an order made by the court which should be fully respected and strictly followed by all. "The court has already authorized the bailiff to request police assistance where necessary and has authorized the police to arrest and remove anyone obstructing or interfering with any bailiff in enforcing the terms of the injunction orders," said Lam. "With a view to protect the due administration of justice and upholding the rule of law, the police will give full assistance, including making arrest where necessary to enforce the injunction orders in such ways as the court instructs," said the official. "I strongly urge protesters who are still staying in the occupied areas, whether the areas are covered by the injunctions or not, they should voluntarily and peacefully leave the areas as soon as possible so that the roads as well as the building entrances could be reopened," Lam said. She said all agree that the rule of law is the cornerstone of Hong Kong's success, the foundation of its democracy and an important core value of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government is committed to safeguarding the rule of law, and members of public have always respected court decisions, said the official. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Woman's nude photo uploaded online by friend after quarrel
2014-11-10 15:48:33 Chengdu, capital city of Sichuan Province A woman surnamed Jia in Chengdu, capital city of Sichuan province has had her nude photo exposed online by her friend after they had a quarrel recently. Ms. Jia said her friend Xiao asked her to hang out on the evening of October 30, to which she refused and the two women had a quarrel. Xiao threatened to upload Jia‟s photo onto a popular social media site, "I didn‟t expect she real y did", Ms. Jia said. Ms. Jia told local media that the photo was taken without her awareness while she was taking a bath. "Many people had viewed my photo, even commented on it," Ms. Jia said, claiming the photo had left disastrous impact on her. Ms. Jia said she used to ask Xiao to delete the photo, but was refuted and threatened again that more nude photo might be exposed without the possibility of being removed. Ms. Jia had already called the police. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Man killed in elevator accident in South China
2014-11-10 16:15:41 South China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region A Chinese man died after falling down an elevator shaft in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on Monday, a local safety watchdog said. The 26-year-old man, surnamed Chen, stepped into the empty shaft while waiting for the elevator on the sixth floor of a hotel in the city of Beihai, police said. Beihai police said Chen might have kicked the door open himself as he was intoxicated at the However, the elevator area was not covered by CCTV, so there is no footage backing up the police's theory. The Beihai police and Beihai safety supervision bureau are conducting further investigations to determine the cause of the fall. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn China to punish spam message senders
November 9, 2014 China China has begun soliciting public opinion on a draft regulation aimed at wiping out mass spam messages sent online and through mobile phones. According to the document, drafted by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), any individual or organization found to send commercial text messages without the receiver's permission could face a penalty of up to 30,000 yuan (US$4,900). The junk messages targeted include text messages and those sent via social media tools such as Sina Weibo, the Chinese version of Twitter, and WeChat, a popular instant messaging service developed by Tencent. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn 14 buried in China scaffold collapse
November 8, 2014 East China's Anhui Province Fourteen workers were buried after a scaffold at a construction site collapsed in east China's Anhui Province, local authorities said Friday. The accident happened at 11 a.m. Friday at a construction site of a power plant in Huainan City, said the municipal publicity authorities. As of Friday evening, eight workers were pulled out and sent to hospitals. One of them died despite doctors' efforts. Rescue is under way for the remaining six. The cause of the accident is being investigated. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Apple malware spread halted by Chinese site
2014-11-7 23:28:01 China The Chinese website believed to be the source of the latest malware attack that has impacted hundreds of thousands of iPhone and iPad users has suspended its app-sharing function, the website announced on Friday. US security company Palo Alto Networks revealed on Wednesday that a malware called WireLurker that originated from Maiyadi App Store may have been spying on hundreds of thousands of iPhone users in China. Maiyadi.com stated that they had closed the app service and would report any problems to authorities. The malware infects a desktop computer first, then installs virus in a iOS device connected to the desktop by USB, and afterward steals information from the iPhone or iPad, Palo Alto Networks said. Apple China did not respond to the Global Times' phone and e-mail inquiries on Friday. In a Thursday statement to US media, Apple said "We are aware of malicious software available from a download site aimed at users in China, and we've blocked the identified apps to prevent them from launching." Palo Alto Networks said WireLurker heralds a "new era" in malware attacking Apple's desktop and mobile platforms, since it was the biggest such attack they'd ever seen, and the first malware to install third-party applications on non-jailbroken iOS Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn 12-yr-old boy beaten by mother for losing 10 yuan of neighbor's
2014-11-07 10:41:36 Anhui Province A 12-year-old boy in Liu‟an city, Anhui province had been beaten by his mother after he had lost 10 yuan note of his neighbor‟s without tel ing his mother. Xiaorui, 12, is a student in Huiwen school at Dongsanshipu County of Liu‟an city. Another boy in Xiaorui‟s village is also studying at the school. Several days ago, the boy‟s grandmother asked Xiaorui to bring 10 yuan ($1.58) to his grandson at the school. However, Xiaorui had lost the money, but didn‟t tell his mother Ms. Zhou. The grandmother told Ms. Zhou about the lost money last Sunday, who became furious and began to whip Xiaorui with an electric wire. Xiaowen‟s school had already made an appointment to talk with his mother. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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Subway service increased and 3 new lines set to open
http://bj.people.com.cn/n/2014/1113/08:53/Beijing Times Beijing On November 13th, it was reported that Beijing subway line 5 and line 10 would run more trains during the rush hour in order to improve service. In addition, line 13 and the Batong line are set to begin operating security control gates by the end of this year. Furthermore, 3 new subway lines are set to be opened in order to improve the capacity of Beijing's mass transit system. In order to provide the best service possible, Beijing metro are continually assessing methods by which they can improve the convenience of travellers on its subway lines. 北京多条地铁线高峰运力将调整 年底开通 3 条新线
2014 年 11 月 13 日 08:53 来源:北京青年报 据北京地铁公司介绍,今年冬季运输从 11 月 15 日到 2015 年 3 月 15 日,历时 121 天。其间有多项重点工作,包括 13 号 进一步提高运力。目前,6 号线一期发车间隔为早高峰 4 分钟,晚高峰 3 分钟。 Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Child rescued after falling onto train tracks
2014-11-11 18:23:01 Beijing A four-year-old girl was rescued by railway staff after falling from a platform onto the train tracks at Beijing Railway Station on Monday, the Beijing Morning Post reported. The girl had alighted the train with her parents, but turned back to say goodbye to another child when she fell. Upon hearing her cries of distress, a staff member surnamed Bai jumped onto the tracks and lifted the girl back up onto the platform. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Subway smoker detained
Shanghaidailynet November 13, 2014, Thursday Shanghai A MAN was detained for five days for smoking at a local subway station and refusing to stub out, Shanghai police said yesterday. A total of 409 subway smokers have been punished this year, out of which 21 were detained, police said on its official microblog. In the latest case, the detained man, surnamed Yang, was caught smoking by police when he was walking through the passage at Yishan Road Station of Metro lines 3, 4 and 9 on October 24. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Cement truck driver killed as vehicle collides with bus
Shanghaidailynet November 10, 2014, Monday Jinshan District, Shanghai One person was killed and two others were injured when a bus and cement truck collided at the intersection of Cheting Road and Xinjian Road in Jinshan District this morning, according to the district government. A Shanghai Nanyang Cable Co shuttle bus veered into the opposing lane and crashed into an oncoming cement truck, xinmin.cn reported. More than 40 passengers were on the bus at the time. The driver of the cement truck died and two other men were injured in the head-on collision. Traffic police said they are investigating the accident. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Driver of overturned bus lost control after reaching for phone
2014/11/7 1:34:07 Shanghai THE driver of the bus that overturned near Donghai Bridge on Monday lost control of his vehicle after leaning forward to pick up his cellphone, police said yesterday. The 41-year-old, surnamed Zhao, was also speeding at the time of the incident, police said, without saying how fast he was going or how they had reached their conclusions. Zhao said in an interview with Shanghai Television on Tuesday that he lost control of the vehicle — which was en route to Shengsi County in neighboring Zhejiang Province — after running over something on the road. The Shanghai Bashi Xinlianyi Tourism and Transport Co, which owns the bus, said earlier that the driver was not suffering from fatigue and that the vehicle could not have been speeding as it was fitted with a device that prevented it from going above 100 kilometers per hour. Six people were killed and 43 others, including Zhao, were injured in the incident. Zhao suffered fractures to his lower back after being thrown through the front windshield. Yesterday he was transferred from Shanghai Huashan Hospital to an unnamed police hospital where he will be treated while under custody. The injured passengers were treated at four local hospitals. Several have since returned home, though 12 remain in serious condition and one is reported to have been paralyzed. According to the police report, soon after Zhao leaned forward to pick up his phone, the vehicle drifted out of its lane and ran into a safety barrier on the right side of the road. No seat belts
Zhao then over-corrected and sent the bus careering across the highway and into the left-side barrier. The vehicle then crashed into a lamppost and flipped on to its side, they said. The Shanghai Transport Commission said the bus company, which is based in Jinshan District, will be punished for the actions of its driver, though it did not elaborate. Officials said Zhao was catapulted through the windscreen as he was not wearing a seat belt. He is alleged to have said that he found it uncomfortable. According to one of the injured passengers, very few people on the bus were buckled into their seats. The transport commission said it plans to work with local law enforcement teams to encourage bus drivers and passengers to wear seat belts on all journeys. The Donghai Bridge tragedy is not the first to be blamed on a driver being distracted by his cellphone. On September 5, a man was killed after being hit by a bus in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province. The driver, surnamed Gao, was found to have been playing with his phone at the time of the accident. The vehicle‟s onboard surveil ance cameras showed Gao looking at his phone 39 times in seven minutes, and on one occasion removing both hands from the steering wheel. In November last year, a bus collided with a truck in Jingjiang, Jiangsu Province, as the two vehicles were traveling along a bridge over a river. A person in the truck was thrown from the vehicle and drowned in the water below. The death was blamed on the driver of the bus, who was shown on the vehicle‟s security cameras playing with his phone just prior to the collision. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Boat crew rescued
Shanghai Daily November 13, 2014, Thursday Fujian Province THE Ministry of Transport‟s Donghai Rescue Bureau, which is based in Shanghai, rescued six crew members of a boat carrying sand after it collided with a cargo ship near Qingyu in Xiamen, Fujian Province, on Tuesday night. One crew member of the boat fell into the water while the 18 Filipino crew members of the cargo ship were also stranded. All of them were Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Two dead, five injured in S. China road accident
English.news.cn 2014-11-12 14:14:19 South China's Guangdong Province Two people died and five others were injured after a car transporting a suspect lost control in south China's Guangdong Province, authorities said Wednesday. The accident happened on Tuesday in Leizhou City when the wheel of a car, which belongs to the city's procuratorate, burst, causing the driver of the vehicle to loose control. The car, which was transporting a suspect surnamed Huang from a detention center to the procuratorate, crashed into the central reservation, according to the city government. Four people were thrown from the car. Two of them, Huang and a police officer surnamed Chen, died at hospital. Five are being treated for their injuries. Related News:
Students killed in south China road accident
English.news.cn 2014-11-11 21:54:46 South China's Guangdong Province Two middle school students were killed and three injured Tuesday in a car crash in south China's Guangdong Province. At 12:23 p.m., a tractor's brakes failed at an intersection in Lianzhou City, causing the driver to loose control. Two died at the scene, another was pronounced dead while in transit to the hospital and five were injured, including the three students, according to the city government. "I saw [the incident], the green light for pedestrians was on and people were crossing the street, but the tractor, which appeared to be overweight, failed to stop," said Zhou Xianya, a motorcycle shop owner. Zhou said he saw the students in uniform hit by the oncoming vehicle. The road is on a slope and is a hotspot for accidents, according to Zhou. "I've witnessed more than 10 accidents here and there are a primary school and a middle school nearby," he explained. Further investigation is under way. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Emergency landing of Beijing-bound flight caused by engine failure
English.news.cn 2014-11-12 19:56:52 Guangzhou, Capital of Guangdong Province The emergency landing of a Beijing-bound passenger plane on Monday night was caused by mechanical engine failure, China Southern Airlines said Wednesday. China Southern Airlines flight CZ3739 was forced to make an emergency landing at an airport in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong Province, at 9:40 p.m., about one hour after take off. A passenger surnamed Lyu said the cabin was filled with the smell of burning and started to shake violently after a loud bang. Upon landing, he said fire trucks could be seen in the parking apron. No casualties were reported. The flight, which was from Zhuhai in Guangdong to Beijing, was resumed at 1:20 a.m. on Tuesday by another plane. The exact cause of the incident is under further investigation. Related News:
Beijing-bound flight forced into emergency landing
2014-11-11 13:28:17 South China's Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province Suspected engine failure forced a Beijing-bound passenger plane to land in south China's Guangzhou on Monday night. China Southern Airlines flight CZ3739 made an emergency landing at an airport in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong Province, at 9:40 pm after a technical failure in its left wing, sources with the airline said. Passengers said the cabin was filled with the smell of burning and started to shake violently after a loud bang. No casualties were reported. The flight was from Zhuhai in Guangdong to Beijing. The cause of the incident is still under investigation. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Three killed in boat collision in South China
English.news.cn 2014-11-11 19:55:30 South China's Guangdong Province Three people were killed on Tuesday in a boat accident on the Xijiang River in south China's Guangdong Province, local authorities said. The incident occurred at 3:42 a.m. in Zhaoqing City, and involved a cargo vessel, which was transporting sand, and an anchored cargo ship. Three of the eight people on the stationary vessel were killed. The city's marine administration assured that no water contamination had been detected. The investigation is underway. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Two planes collide in south China airport
English.news.cn 2014-11-11 17:42:55 South China's Guangdong Province A passenger plane in south China's Guangdong Province collided with another aircraft on Tuesday afternoon causing damage to its wing, airport sources said. No casualties have been reported after the collision occurred at about 1:30 p.m. in the apron area of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong, the airport said. The two planes were operated by China Southern Airlines and China Eastern Airlines, respectively. The former lost part of its left wing. The two airlines have not responded to requests for comment. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn China Southern Airlines expands capacity on New Zealand route
English.news.cn 2014-11-11 17:09:14 China China Southern Airlines is to increase capacity on its service between Auckland and the southern China city of Guangzhou, the carrier and Auckland Airport announced Tuesday. The airlines would replace the Boeing 787 Dreamliner with a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on its night flight from Auckland to Guangzhou from January to March 2015. Auckland Airport general manager aeronautical commercial Norris Carter said the bigger aircraft would provide an additional 14,000 seats on the route during the peak period. "This announcement from China Southern Airlines is fantastic news and will provide additional capacity over the 2015 Chinese New Year peak travel period," Carter said in a statement. Last month China Southern Airlines increased its services on the route from 10 to 14 flights per week for the October to March peak summer period, and the bigger aircraft reflected continual growth and commitment to the New Zealand market, China Southern Airlines General Manager in New Zealand Mike Ma said in the statement. The Boeing 777-300ER aircraft would operate on the night flight from Jan. 1 to March 29 next year, while the morning flight would continue to be operated by the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn 4 killed, 16 injured in east China road accident
2014-11-10 16:31:45 East China's Jiangxi Province Four people were killed and 16 others injured on Monday in a road accident in east China's Jiangxi Province. A sedan exploded in a pileup with a truck and a coach in Chongren County, local police said. The four people killed were passengers in the sedan. Two other people in the car survived. The police are investigating the cause of the pileup. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn HK airplane turns back due to engine fault
2014-11-10 12:44 Hong Kong An airplane of Hong Kong's airline company Cathay Pacific turned back about one hour after it took off from the Hong Kong International Airport due to an engine fault on Sunday, local media reported. The plane was scheduled to take off on 16:20 and arrive at Tokyo at 21:05 local time. According to Hong Kong's Airport Authority, the Hong Kong airport control tower received the message at about 17:30 that Flight CX542 would make a return, and fire-fighting and emergency ambulance services immediately showed up. At about 17:45, the aircraft landed safely and nobody got hurt.According to the official website of Cathay Pacific, the plane is a Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn Weekly Newsletter
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www.psuchina.com.cn Nine killed as minibus falls off cliff in SW China
2014-11-10 09:06 Southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Nine people were killed and five others injured Sunday as a minibus fell off a cliff in southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, local authorities said. The accident happened at about 3 p.m. in Du'an Yao Autonomous County in Hechi City, when 14 people aboard the eight-seat minibus were traveling on a mountain road in rain, the county government said in a statement. Four passengers were killed at the scene and five died later after treatment failed. The five injured have been sent to the county people's hospital. An initial investigation blamed slippery road and low visibility for the deadly accident. A further investigation into the cause of the accident is under way. Official Sponsor for the Swedish participation at World Expo 2010, in the role as security advisor. www.psuchina.com.cn

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