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At a Glance
    2018-February-9  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Smuggled knives

A 16-YEAR-OLD boy from Hong Kong was caught carrying 40 knives and four blades across the border to Shenzhen by customs officers at Futian Checkpoint.

The boy said he bought the knives online from abroad and he was planning to sell them on the Chinese mainland. The teenager has been detained. An investigation into the case is ongoing.

Dairy products

A TOTAL of 145 batches of imported dairy products illegally carried across the border by smugglers were intercepted by customs officers at Huanggang Checkpoint over the past two months.

The dairy products weighed 1,245 kilograms in total, including 1,157 kilograms of cheese and 59 kilograms of cream.

Mobile payments

THE number of monthly transactions of mobile payments for Metro tickets had reached 2.17 million since the new payment method has been gradually adopted at Metro stations in November.

The transactions accounted for 20 percent of riders that bought tokens for single-journey trips.

By the end of December, the daily passenger turnover of Shenzhen Metro network reached 5 million and 13 percent of them bought token tickets for their trips.

1m people leave

SHENZHEN North Railway Station saw 927,000 departures in the first week of Spring Festival holiday rush, which started Feb. 1, according to official statistics.

By Wednesday, there were only limited number of tickets for trains departing between Wednesday and Feb. 15, the Chinese New Year’s Eve, from Shenzhen North Railway Station to Guangzhou, Nanchang, Jinan, Zhengzhou, Nanjing, Wenzhou, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Hefei and Beijing. Train tickets to other cities had been sold out.

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