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    2017-June-7  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A separate gaokao

A school for children infected with HIV in North China has been given permission to hold the National College Entrance Examinations in its classrooms to prevent potential disruption for other students taking the test.

Sixteen of the 36 students enrolled at Linfen Red Ribbon School in Shanxi Province will take the exam, known as the gaokao, on June 7 and 8. The school, which opened in 2004, offers 12 years of elementary* education to children who were infected with HIV. It will be the first time any of its students have taken the exam.

Lost temple discovered

Archaelogists* have spent months excavating a lost temple that disappeared for nearly a millennium* in downtown Chengdu, capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan Province.

The Fugan Temple was a famous temple that lasted from the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317-420) to the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279). Daoxuan, a famous Tang Dynasty (618-907) monk, once wrote that an official rite to pray for rain to end a persistent drought was held in front of the temple, and it rained as if the prayers had been heard in heaven.

Free flow of information

China’s new cybersecurity law, which went into effect on Thursday, was not intended to manage foreign websites nor restrict the free flow of information, the country’s Internet regulator said.

China warned against infringement* of its cyber sovereignty* under the pretext of providing free flow of information. Preventing illegal information from entering China does not contradict supporting the free flow of information, the Cyberspace Administration of China said in a statement.

1st project aboard ISS

When the Dragon capsule docks with the International Space Station (ISS) on Tuesday, devices from China for the country’s first scientific research project went aboard the ISS.

The project between the Beijing Institute of Technology and NanoRacks, a U.S. firm, aims to investigate how the space environment affects DNA, Deng Yulin, a life science professor with the institute who leads the research project, said on Sunday. The research will study gene mutation*.(SD-Agencies)

 

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