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At a Glance
    2017-November-8  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Sudden death

A YOUNG man suddenly collapsed while he was taking a rest during a basketball game he was playing in Niulanqian Village in Minzhi, Longhua District, on Sunday.

The man, identified as Feng, was confirmed by doctors, who were called to the scene, to have suffered from sudden death. According to Feng’s brother, Feng had been playing basketball with his friends for about an hour before he took a break to drink some water when passing out.

New system

SHENZHEN Municipal Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau has introduced a facial recognition system at Futian Checkpoint to capture those who violate rules by carrying banned biological products.

The bureau has set up a data bank of travelers with records of carrying banned products. The system can capture faces of all travelers and send out an alert when it confirms the faces that the bureau is monitoring.

Recently, a woman was caught by the system at the checkpoint carrying more than 50 kg of pig head skin, simply packed in plastic bags. Since the system was put into use in August, it has sent out around 50 alerts a day.

Ex-official prosecuted

ZHANG DONGFAN, a former director with Yantian District Urban Renovation Bureau, will be prosecuted soon.

Zhang was probed in August for having allegedly taken bribes.

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