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szdaily -> China
At a Glance
    2017-November-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Sun Yat-sen’s anniv.

A CEREMONY was held yesterday to commemorate the 151st anniversary of the birth of revolutionary leader Sun Yat-sen.

The event was held by the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), China’s top political advisory body, in Beijing’s Zhongshan Park, which is named after Sun.

Born in 1866 in South China’s Guangdong Province, Sun was the founder of the Kuomintang Party, and is a revered revolutionary leader who played a pivotal role in overthrowing imperial rule in China.

Lost people found

CHINA’S Ministry of Civil Affairs helped 3,000 lost people return to their families in the past 16 months, using the news provider toutiao.com mobile app.

Almost 2,000 agencies have posted information on the app since July 2016, Liu Tao, deputy director of the ministry department of social affairs, told a regular press conference last week.

Altogether 14,820 pieces of information were posted, with a success rate close to 20 percent, Liu said.

Among those reunited with their families, almost half suffer from mental disorders, according to Liu.

20 detained

POLICE in East China’s Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province have seized 20 people suspected of stealing more than 300,000 pieces of personal information.

The gang was found to have hacked into servers of over 50 airline company websites since 2016. The leaks included user IDs, passwords and flight information.

The suspects were found to have sold the information for 5 yuan (US$ 80 cents) per piece and they have made over 10 million yuan, police said.

Leopard recovers

An injured snow leopard found 25 days ago in Northwest China’s Qinghai Province has now recovered, local authorities said Saturday.

The animal was spotted on October 16 by a herdsman in Nangqian County of Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. It was unable to move with injuries to its legs, according to the herdsman.

The snow leopard was taken to a nearby monastery to be cared for. It was diagnosed two days later with lumbar damage after experts from Beijing Forestry University arrived in the prefecture.

 

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