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    2018-January-24  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

HZMB to open

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) should in principle be open on a 24-hour basis, an official said on January 17.

Chan Fan, secretary for the Transport and Housing Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), said at a recent meeting.

Chan said that the governments of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao have already reached a consensus* that 24-hour clearance* should be implemented from the date of the commissioning* of the bridge.

Oil tanker Sanchi found

China’s Ministry of Transportation said on January 17 that the sunken* oil tanker* Sanchi has been found.

A marine surveillance* ship detected the sunken tanker on January 16 at a depth of 115 meters under the sea. The Shanghai marine search and rescue center dispatched* 13 vessels to tackle follow-up issues, maintain order at the site, evacuate nearby merchant and fishing ships, and issue navigational* warnings.

PEDs allowed on planes

China Eastern Airlines and Hainan Airlines, two giant airlines in China, announced on January 17 that the use of portable electronic devices* (PEDs) is allowed during flight from January 18, while China Southern Airlines and XiamenAir said they started carrying out the new rule from January 19. Spring Airlines said it plans to allow the use of smartphones on airplane mode starting from February 1.

Taoist temple found

After a four-year excavation*, archaeologists* have confirmed the location of China’s largest Taoist temple, built in the Song Dynasty (960-1279) and destroyed by fire in 1930.

Xin Lixiang, an archeologist, said on Sunday that the Great Shangqing Palace was a place of worship for a line of emperors throughout Chinese history and was the primary location for the Zhengyi Sect of Taoism.

Archaeologists have excavated 5,000 square meters of the palace, which was located at the foot of Longhu Mountain in East China’s Jiangxi Province.(SD-Agencies)

 

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