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    2017-October-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

First-tier cities preferred

A recent survey showed overseas-educated Chinese still prefer to work in China’s first-tier cities after returning to the country.

About 18.6 percent of respondents returning from overseas chose to work in Beijing, followed by Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen with 15.6 percent, 13.4 percent and 12 percent respectively, according to the survey. Emerging cities such as Hangzhou, Wuhan, Nanjing and Suzhou are also popular among returned Chinese looking to find work.

Genome study

Chinese and foreign scientists have unveiled their findings in the first genome-wide* study of an ancient human in China — a 40,000-year-old individual from Tianyuan cave near Beijing.

The study, jointly conducted by researchers from the Institute of Vertebrate* Paleontology* and Paleoanthropology* under the Chinese Academy of Sciences and other teams including the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology* based in Germany, was published in the journal Current Biology on Thursday. Scientists found that the Tianyuan individual was more closely related to present-day and ancient Asians than he was to Europeans.

Online crimes

A total of 710 people were charged with online crimes in the first nine months of 2017, up 80.7 percent from a year ago, China’s Supreme People’s Procuratorate* said on Monday.

The procuratorate indicted 334 cases in the same period, an increase of 82.5 percent year on year, according to procuratorate spokesperson Wang Songmiao. “Cyber crimes are increasingly organized and operated in groups, especially cyber gambling and fraud,” Wang said.

Brain donation

Lou Tao, a Ph.D. candidate at Peking University, has announced she will donate her brain for scientific study after suffering from motor neuron* disease for the past two years, reported thepaper.cn.

“After I pass away, I want to give up my head for medical study and hope motor neuron disease can be overcome soon,” said Lou in her will. Her parents signed on to the human organ donation sheet on behalf of Lou, who is now in “deep sedation*.” (SD-Agencies)

 

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