Recently, some netizens reported that in Liuzhou, Guangxi, a 90-year-old girl, Xiao Lu, passed by and saw an old man knocked down. When she got off to help the old man,
passed a bridge, it was just in the middle of the bridge. Xiaolu saw an old man riding a bicycle on the bridge was hit by an electric bicycle. The old man was lying helplessly on the ground.
At that time, Xiaolu was about to get off and help the old man, but because of the fache old man. When it was raining
could not resist Xiaolu’s insistence on out to help the old man. Because the bridge deck could not stop at will, Ms. Huang drove her car off the
bridge. When she parked her car and returned to find Xiaolu on the bridge, she could not find Xiaolu. S
hadow, then a traffic policeman passed by Mrs. Huang, she quickly asked if she had seen an old man fall?
Traffic police regretted to tell Ms. Huang that a girl was helping an old man who fell down when a white car came from behind, and then there
was a second car accident. They warned that both Ms. Huang and Xiao Lu were sent tter, Ms. Huang learned that the old man died on the spot, but Xiao Lu
did not wake up yet. The doctor initially diagnosed Xiao Lu Yinchuang. Tr
aumatic shock and multiple systemic injuries are still being treated in the intensive care unit.
Xiao Lu’s aunt said that she was a warm-hearted person in her daily life. No matter who needed help, Xiao Lu was always the first one to
e also gave a police briefing on the incident, notifying that the accident caused the death of the elderly on the spot. Xiaolu is now
receiving treatment in the intensive care unit and is still in danger of his life. At that tim
e, the driver who caused the accident escaped after the accident. Under the pressure
oncert included Chinese folk orchestral works, for example Celebration Overture, and well-known Russia
n folk songs, such as The Long Road and Kalinka, performed by musicians from both countries.
According to Xi Qiang, Party secretary of the orchestra, the concert m
ainly focused on the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations bet
ween China and Russia, as well as the deep friendship between the Chinese and Russian people.
“The ambience of the concert was consistently festive. It also f
eatured a diversified format, alternating between duet an
d ensemble, tenor solo and chorus,” said Zhao Dongsheng vice-president of the orchestra.
attract the young consumer group. In late May, Qunar teamed up with 33 domestic and foreign carriers, including Air China, Chi
na Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Hainan Airlines, United Airlines and All Nippon Airways, to l
aunch discounted prices for students on more than 3,000 routes, along with the concept of student flight tickets.
Students who have registered successfully with their identific
tion documents on the platform will be able to book cheaper tickets. For instance, a one-way
flight ticket from Guangzhou to Beijing can be as cheap as 460 yuan ($66.7), which is about half of the price tag – 8
62 yuan – for a second-class seat on a high-speed train. Qunar said such low-price flight tickets compared with high-spee
d trains may change the travel habits of college students and create user stickiness.
l kindergarten had used to ask children whether they were involved in gangs went viral on the internet. The local educa
tional bureau said that the research was meant to stop bullies in kindergartens instead of finding gangster members.
A number of regions in China, including Qiannan Buyi and Miao autonomous prefecture in Guizhou, Guangzhou city in Gu
angdong, and the cities of Chizhou and Anqing in Anhui, have decided to reschedule their dragon boat races so as to pr
ovide a quiet environment for gaokaotakers, news portal thepaper.cn reported.
Some places, such as the city of Yueqing in Zhejiang, have banned holding such activities during the gaokao, said the report.
The gaokao, or the national college entrance exam, will take place
on June 7 and 8 this year, coinciding with the Duanwu Festival (aka Dragon Boat F
estival) holiday, when traditionally dragon boat races are held in celebration of the festival.
Paying millions of dollars to secure their children a spot at an elite college may
sound absurd to many parents, but some are willing to do this.
Nicole Shen, the Chinese mother of a high school student in Palo Alto, California, said she would be wi
lling to pay a pretty penny upfront to get her daughter admitted to a top-tier university if she could afford it. “As long as eve
rything is legal,” she added.Zhao, 52, was introduced to William “Rick” Singer, a college consultant in California and the mast
ermind behind the scandal, by Michael Wu, who worked as an adviser at the Los Angeles area branch of in
vestment bank Morgan Stanley, according to the Los Angeles Times. Wu has since been fired.
Two wealthy Chinese families have recently been in the spotlight and t
he subject of widespread discussion after media reports showed they paid huge am
ounts in a high-profile college admissions scandal. The sums they paid dwarfed the typical amount footed by US parents.
The highest-known payoff to date is the $6.5 million by billionaire Zhao Tao, president and co-founder of Shandong Buchang Pharmaceuticals Co.
lennial enjoyed buying many Palace Museum souvenirs, gifts and other creative produ
cts. “I tried quite a few from makeup kits, lipstick, blush, to various creative gadgets. They are good so
uvenirs in combining the Palace Museum culture and history with their functions,” Dong said.
According to He Jianmin, a professor specializing in cultural tourism research at the Shanghai University of Finance and Econo
mics, said both the Palace Museum and Shanghai Disneyland have high reputation among visitors. Since both bo
ast intellectual property rights over their creative products, counterfeits are virtually unknown.
Shanghai Disneyland, a $5.5 billion theme park, received more than 11 milli
on visitors in its first year of operation (2016-17), and is “close” to the break-even point.