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    2017-March-29  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Bike parking

    Beijing transport authorities have urged bike-sharing companies and individual users to park bikes correctly after they caused chaos at a busy bus station, capital officials said.

    On March 24, Chinese media reported that bikers flooded the bus station at Bawangfen in Chaoyang District, occupying pedestrian* ways and affecting operations. Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport said on Sunday both users and companies had the duty to promote the orderly parking of bikes.

    HK chief executive

    Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor won the election of the fifth-term chief executive of China’s Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) on Sunday, vowing to do her utmost to safeguard* the “one country, two systems” principle.

    The Electoral Affairs Commission of the Hong Kong SAR declared that Lam garnered 777 of 1,163 valid votes, followed by Tsang Chun-wah with 365 and Woo Kwok-hing with 21.

    Loan shark killing case

    The Supreme People’s Procuratorate* (SPP) said on Sunday that it has dispatched* personnel to East China’s Shandong Province to examine a high-profile case now being appealed, in which a man was sentenced to life imprisonment for killing a debt collector who sexually assaulted his mother, the Global Times reported.

    Over the weekend, Chinese media and online forums were filled with news about the case, which sparked a huge controversy over whether the defendant’s actions were legitimate self-defense after he witnessed his mother being humiliated in an extreme way by debt collectors for nearly one hour, as well as whether the police were guilty of negligence after being called to the scene before the attack.

    Medical reforms

    Patients in Beijing will soon be spending less money on drugs due to a comprehensive medical care reform covering all public hospitals in the capital.

    All medical institutions involved in the reform will abolish price markups*, usually at a rate of 15 percent, on the drugs they sell to patients, starting on April 8. The reform covers more than 3,600 medical institutions in Beijing, including all public hospitals, such as those funded by the government, and public institutions.(SD-Agencies)

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