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Armitage, who will turn 23 later this month, crowned his senior competitive comeback last Saturday with a try in Irish's 17-16 defeat by Leicester Tigers at Madejski Stadium. Armitage had hoped to be available for selection at the start of Irish's Premiership campaign after returning from his seven-month injury lay-off in a pre-season friendly against Munster at Waterford in August. Armitage had no qualms about being deployed on the wing in his comeback game against Leicester. Blackburn Rovers v Reading FC: Team news, manager talk, head to head and who's the ref?
China has established fast channels for human organ transportation to minimize delivery times and help more patients survive, China's top health authority announced on Friday. The fast channel will be supported by health, transportation, public security as well as aviation and railway authorities and make organ transportation more efficient, said the National Health and Family Planning Commission. Meanwhile, public security departments are required to make sure the route for vehicles transporting organs is clear and make sure they can arrive at the hospital as soon as possible.
The public is also encouraged to provide private vehicles and aircraft to transport organs. Many organs, such as lungs, have to be transplanted within 12 hours after removal from the deceased donor to avoid damage. In February, the Civil Aviation Administration issued a circular requiring airlines and airports to prioritize medics' transporting organ donations by offering faster security checks. Although the number of organs donated in China last year topped Asia and ranked third in the world, China has a serious lack of donated organs.
According to Chen, each donor gave an average 2.6 organs in China last year, compared with an average of four internationally.
A doctor who was attacked by a patient he had treated more than 20 years ago was still in critical condition after eight hours of treatment on Friday afternoon.
According to the Guangdong General Hospital in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, the hospital is organizing senior experts and doctors to help save Chen Zhongwei, who is in the intensive care unit for further medical observation and treatment after surgery. Meanwhile, the hospital said it will actively cooperate with police to investigate the case, in which Chen was stabbed more than 30 times from head to foot on Thursday evening.
Chen, 60, former director of the executive department of stomatology of the Guangdong General Hospital, had retired earlier this year. Liao Xinbo, an inspector with the Guangdong Provincial Commission of Health and Family Planning, said he was shocked when he learned Chen was attacked.
Wu Shaolin, executive vice-president of the Guangdong Provincial Medical Doctor Association, said doctors should be respected by patients and society as more than 60 percent of doctors have to work overtime, or more than 40 hours a week, to serve their patients. Wang Hui, deputy director of the Guangdong Mediation Commission of Harmony Doctor and Patient Relations, called for improved medical facilities to make it easier for people to see doctors and ease the high tensions between doctors and patients. As the largest economy in Asia, China's pace of rebalancing imposes different spillovers on neighboring countries in Asia that contribute two-thirds of global economic growth, according to Schipke.
Raphael Lam, deputy resident representative of the IMF in China, said that efforts to cut overcapacity and to develop appropriate fiscal policies have gradually paid off in the rebalancing process. In response to concerns over the sustainability of China's recovery, Lam said that the government should not rely too much on government-led infrastructure projects and instead should make good use of policy instruments to encourage private investment.
Chinese policymakers have taken heed of the predicament facing private entrepreneurs and vowed to take targeted measures to facilitate their business operations.
Postgraduate students in nanoscience and ecology will be enrolled in the Shenzhen MSU-BIT University in September after it gets official approval from the Ministry of Education, said Zhao Ping, principal of the university.
MSU-BIT, run by Lomonosov Moscow State University, Beijing Institute of Technology and the Shenzhen government, marks the first cooperation between Chinese and Russian universities. According to Zhao, the university plans to enroll 5,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students domestically and internationally in the long term. Diplomas of both MSU and MSU-BIT will be granted to students when the new university gets authorization.
Victor Antonovich Sadovnichy, principal of MSU, said the new university will offer courses where MSU and BIT have advantages, and make innovations in curriculum. Students will also be equipped with multilingual capabilities, he added, as the classes will be taught in Chinese, English and Russian. The number of students studying in each other's countries has been growing, with over 16,100 students from Russia studying in China last year, while more than 25,000 Chinese students were studying in Russia. Schools, medical facilities, transportation and border trade are mostly back to normal in the region, but the work to build roads and houses is continuing a year after the 8.1-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal.
After the April 25, 2015, quake, affected residents received basic necessities such as tents, water, food, clothes and medical care.
Choezom, 72, whose house collapsed during the quake, was pleased with the house, furniture and other basic necessities she received. According to the residents of Gyirong, the government has said it will build a four-story house for each displaced family.
In Nyanang county, another area affected by the quake, 3,521 households are enrolled in the house reconstruction project, county chief Lu Wei said. Tsering Ngodrub, a villager in Tibet's Nyanang county, said he had big concerns after his family's house was heavily damaged by the quake, but no longer worries after the government promised to build them a house of 111.5 square meters.
She has received regular medical checkups over the past year at a clinic for residents in Dram township in Tibet's second largest city of Xigaze.
The clinic's laboratory can meet the basic medical needs of the community's evacuees, Doctor Tashi Sangmo said. Phuntsok, a 60-year-old Sherpa from Dram, said she visits the clinic every day for a blood pressure check. Tenzin Namgyal, the party secretary of the Xigaze Municipal City Committee said the government expects to conclude the reconstruction work by the end of 2017.
Villagers relocated from the quake-hit villages in Dram to Xigaze have started to build their own houses as it gets warmer.
Before last year's Nepal earthquake, Phurbu Butri and her husband ran a guesthouse with a restaurant in Dram, the Tibet autonomous region's biggest border crossing. Now they run a shop in a mall in Xigaze, Tibet's second largest city, about 800 kilometers from home, and live in a settlement along with 505 households relocated from areas severely damaged after the magnitude-8.1 earthquake hit on April 25, 2015.
The family lived in a tent at first, then moved into a house, which they find safer, cleaner and more comfortable.
The community is equipped with services such as public toilets, ATMs, banks, restaurants, shops, a post office and a hospital, he said. They mostly sell imported products and Nepalese handicrafts, and products such as Indian rice, Nepali skin care products, which have gained popularity in Tibet.
In the last eight months, they been making an average monthly income of about 3,000 yuan, but expects a boom with the arrival of the tourism season.
Besides the present business, the family has secured a shop in a newly built tourism service center in Xigaze.
As a poverty alleviation project, the Xigaze Poverty Alleviation Office also will invest 1.55 million yuan ($240,000) to build a Sherpa style holiday village, a project that is expected to provide 12 jobs.
Kam is one of the people in our society who slipped through the cracks of the social safety net.
She does open her door to Crystal Yuen Shuk-yan, a community organizer from the Society for Community Organization (SoCO). Inside Kam's flat, the sunlight struggled through her brownish, translucent curtains, lending no warmth. She's a victim of a system that provides low-cost, understaffed, inadequate community-based care under the Integrated Community Centre for Mental Wellness (ICCMW).
For all the imagined inclusiveness we hear about, there is still a stigma that goes with mental illness.
Government statistics published in December 2014 showed there were nearly 19,000 in the city in 2013 whose lives were as miserable as Kam's. SoCO ran a survey from January to March, assessing the physical and mental states of 50 single, mentally ill people, based on the Short Form 12-item Survey. The mentally ill seem to suffer similar afflictions: chronic sickness, limitations imposed by their physical health, emotional breakdown and an inability to cope with social situations.
She knew there was something wrong with her but she was afraid of being labeled with one of the pejoratives that people use to describe mentally ill people.
Crystal Yuen could be pretty certain Kam was hungry, when she came along with the bowl of noodles.
The SoCO study concluded that ICCMW is failing these folks - the nearly 19,000 living in isolation.
Patients in need of cognitive behavior therapy, Chien said, should be taught intensively by therapists. Outreach services are needed, so workers can go out into the community to engage and motivate the unmotivated mental patients and persuade them to come to centers. Not only do mentally ill people dislike going to ICCMW, said Crystal Yuen of SoCO, they aren't getting the help they need from frontline staff of Social Welfare Department's Integrated Home Care Services (IHCS). Figures reveal that among 20,000-28,000 IHCS users from 2010 to 2015, elderly people accounted for over 90 percent. Welfare sector lawmaker Cheung Kwok-che said while many mentally ill people are over 60, it is difficult to differentiate service to the elderly or mentally ill per se. In 2014, the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) urged the government to set up a Mental Health Commission to coordinate and monitor policies and action plans for mental health service. Lawmaker Wong Kwok-hing said he would liaise with responsible government bureaus and departments within the current Legislative Council term and will discuss short-term and long-term policies to remedy the issue. Chien Wai-tong sees long-term preventive measures covering mental health issues as crucial. Search engine Baidu, which has been caught in public outcry over a man's recent death, was also suspected by several medical NGOs of presenting fake advertisements.
Chinadolls Center For Rare Disorders, one of the NGOs, said on Thursday that it had reported Baidu to Beijing's industry and commerce authorities for what it believed could be fake medical advertisements. Wei Zexi, a 21-year-old computer science major at Xidian University in Shaanxi province died from synovial sarcoma, a rare soft tissue cancer, on April 12. Wei's parents said their son researched the disease on Baidu, and the hospital that provided the treatment - the Second Hospital of the Beijing Armed Police Corps - was listed second in the search results.
Paid listings are part of an internet advertising model used to direct traffic to websites. Zhang Haoyu, an officer at the NGO, said the report claimed that such a model violates the country's advertising law.
The State Administration for Industry and Commerce made public a draft regulation for online advertising to solicit public opinion last year, but no announcement has been made on its status. Liu Junhai, a professor of civil and commercial law at Renmin University of China, said that a paid listing is advertising. Zhu Wei, an associate professor at China University of Political Science and Law, said that whether or not a paid listing is advertising should be clarified and its difference from general advertising should be defined.
On Jan 19, after receiving many patients' complaints saying that they were defrauded by hospitals they found on Baidu, the center set up the NGO Alliance of Anti-Online False Medical Advertising with another 30 NGOs and reported Baidu to the industry and commerce bureau in Haidian district. A report from Beijing News said the authorities will extend the time for the investigation because it is hard to define whether or not the promotion on Baidu is advertising. Search engines in the United States, including Google and Yahoo, were asked by a government agency in 2002 to distinguish paid advertising from unpaid material voluntarily, and to explain to the public how advertising is delivered. In South Korea, search engines Naver and Daum have been urged since 2013 to open to the public their approach to the ordering of returns on searches.
Zhao Xingwu, head of the Bureau of Fisheries under the Ministry of Agriculture, said on the sidelines of a news conference that enforcement will be jointly conducted by the Chinese Coast Guard and local fishery bureaus. Since 1999, China has imposed an annual fishing ban in parts of the South China Sea between May 16 and Aug 1 as part of an effort to protect marine resources in an area under its jurisdiction. The ban covers areas north of the 12th parallel, including Huangyan Island but excluding most of the Nansha Islands.
In the Bohai Sea, Yellow Sea and East China Sea, the fishing ban falls between June 1 and Sept 1. Yu Xinrong, vice-minister of agriculture, told the news conference that the ministry will roll out a guideline to manage the growth pattern and adjust the structure of the fishing industry, which will make a priority of fostering and protecting fishery resources. Yu said authorities will also seek to reduce the country's fishing capacity and encourage more fishermen to reduce the number of fishing vessels and switch to other trades.
The ministry has launched four campaigns targeting fishing nets with small mesh and those that often result in higher percentage of bycatch. Authorities nationwide have so far confiscated about 600,000 pieces of fishing gear that violate regulations, and banned the use of 16,000 unlicensed vessels, the ministry said. Overfishing has resulted in the destruction of spawning sites for some species, reducing stocks in China's coastal areas, as well as leading to a prolonged recession in the sector, especially in the East China Sea, the report said.
Hebei province has shut down 200 polluting companies and punished 366 people in response to serious problems exposed in an environmental inspection in January. The punishments came as the province gave priority to 2,856 cases involving environmental pollution that had been transferred from the central government's inspection team. According to a report released on Thursday by the Ministry of Environmental Protection, the monthlong inspection pushed forward the pollution restrictions, motivating governments to improve their controls and supervision. The strengthened controls have worked, as in the first three months of the year residents have seen a clear improvement in air quality, the province said. In a previous report released on Tuesday, the inspection team pointed out problems in the campaign against pollution, from insufficient attention from former provincial leaders to loose supervision, and from many illegal projects in protection zones to deterioration of water and soil quality in some cities. For example, the inspection team received calls that three lime processing plants in Dachang county, Langfang were severely contaminating the air.
The provincial environmental protection and public security bureaus have launched an investigation and shut down the three plants. In addition, nine government officials, including Chen Lijun, the county's deputy head of the environmental watchdog, have been punished, and Wang Tiejun, head of the county's environmental inspection team who leaked the information, has been expelled. In Tuesday's report, the inspectors exposed insufficient controls on major polluting industries, especially iron and steel, in the province. The inspection team is expected to examine other provinces' performance in curbing pollution within two years. The county's public security bureau said its investigation showed that the husband, surnamed Li, 43, and his wife, surnamed Huang, 35, got 74,000 yuan ($11,300) from the sale of their two sons - one in 2013 and the other in 2014 - during a period in which they were migrant workers in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region. According to Xu Guodong, chief of the No 1 criminal police squadron, Li came to the bureau in March to report that his wife had sold the boys. Then, in June 2014, Huang gave birth to another baby boy at a Dengkou county hospital and sold him for 40,000 yuan. Zhao Jing, a police officer involved in the investigation, told China Daily that the husband had no children before their marriage, while Huang had a child from a previous marriage. The Xixiang county police are continuing to search for the first boy, who was sold in 2013. Under the Criminal Law, selling a child carries a minimum sentence of five years in prison. The ninth amendment to the Criminal Law enacted in November increased penalties for those who buy children. The amendment is a big shift from the previous situation in which those who buy children were generally not subject to criminal liability.
A suspect drove a car to the company, but instead of parking it outside, as on previous occasions, the suspect parked it inside the company warehouse. Nine guns, 1.5 million yuan ($230,000), HK$2 million ($258,000) in cash and several bank cards, as well as 11 cars were also seized in the operation. It was the biggest drug-related operation to be foiled by the Guangdong border-control department this year.
Overseas demand for drugs has fueled illegal activity in the province, which has often been used as a base to transport drugs overseas, Deng added. In the first quarter of this year, 3,433 suspected drug smugglers were apprehended and 4.83 metric tons of drugs were seized by Guangdong authorities, Deng said. According to the Guangdong official, the courier company used in the recent case was not really engaged in the delivery business but only served as a meeting place for the suspects.
The smugglers intended to store the drugs temporarily at the fake company and transport them to overseas markets when they found an opportunity, the official said. Deng said identifying drug smugglers in Guangdong is more complicated than in other areas because many of them have international backgrounds and are engaged in cross-border business.


Last year, more than 500 drug smugglers from more than 40 countries and regions were arrested in the province.
Last month, an international drug trafficking operation controlled by Hong Kong residents was broken up by Guangdong police. Traditional Vietnamese dance, a South Korean group dance, songs from other countries - these were just a few of the performances going on during the finals of the 7th Laowai Idol competition at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing on Thursday evening. About 120 students from 50 countries and regions, studying at 12 Beijing universities, including Renmin University of China, Beijing Foreign Studies University and Minzu University of China, participated in the preliminary competition. Liu Yang, a teacher in charge of international student affairs at UIBE, said the event offers a platform for international students to show off their talents. Ji Hoon Kim, chairman of UIBE's international student union, who has twice helped organize the event, said an increasing number of students are joining the competition with more diverse talent. Zhang Wei, mother of Lai Rijia, also hired a local medical institution to conduct an autopsy to find the real reason for her son's death.
Zhang, from Dandong, Liaoning province, sent her son to the Tiandizhengqi center in Guangzhou's Panyu district on March 2. The boy suffered from a fever and was pronounced dead after he was sent to a hospital at about 11 pm.
Zhang said her son suffered from light autism and she had sent him to the center after it promised to help cure him. A training record provided by Zhang showed that the boy participated a 10-kilometer run in the morning and a 9-km run in the afternoon on April 26, one day before his death, Nanfang Metropolis Daily reported on Wednesday. Zhang questioned whether the center, which opened in 2013, was qualified to cure autism, because it is registered only as a health center with the local industrial and commercial administration. Various departments, including industrial and commercial administrations and police, have promised to launch a further investigation. Zou Xiaobing a senior doctor in children's development at the Third Affiliated Hospital with Sun Yat-sen University, asked why the center could promise it could cure autism through a long-distance camp and field training.
Li Xiaofeng, another senior pediatrician at the hospital, said 20 kilometers of camp and field training a day is too heavy for children who are still growing. Few TV programs in China earn higher, or faster, ratings than those showing how parents raise their children, especially when the parent is a chic, well-known celebrity. Soon though, audiences will no longer be able to see this type of program because the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television recently banned children younger than 18 from appearing on TV reality shows. The new regulations are already making an impact on what was a fast-growing industry, resulting in the immediate cancellations of some of the most popular and profitable shows that have sprung up since the 2013 launch of Dad, Where Are We Going?, the first reality show in China to feature children. Statistics from the nation's media regulator showed that more than 100 entertainment programs were broadcast on national TV last year, and many of them were reality shows that featured children. The famous fathers came from diverse backgrounds, such as Jimmy Lin, a singer and actor from Taiwan, and diver Tian Liang, who won a gold medal at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. The first program of the final series, which was broadcast in October, attracted more than 75 million viewers, generated millions of yuan in advertising revenue and spawned a number of spinoffs, including a raft of "how to be a good parent" guidebooks. After the show's first season, a movie of the same title nett-ed a record 700 million yuan, a feat described as a "box office miracle," by Zheng Qu, a manager with Real Dream Productions in Beijing. Despite overseeing the publicity campaign for the movie, Zheng now has deep concerns about the format's validity and the potentially adverse effect on the children involved: "Although it sounds a promising and easy track for people in the entertainment industry, making a profit from reality shows involving kids is not sustainable. Liao Baoping, a columnist with the Yangtze River Daily, said the growing popularity of shows featuring celebrities and their children may have been the catalyst for the administration's clampdown.
Hunan TV has canceled the fourth season of Dad, Where Are We Going?, and has also stopped broadcasting similar shows, such as Dad is Back and My Mom is a Superwoman, on regular television, although they will be available online.
The producer of a reality show on Hunan TV, who declined to be identified, said that although the new guidelines will result in TV companies losing advertising revenue, they had to be drawn up to protect children. Jiang Liang, a director of Hunan TV reality show Deformation Plan, said the artificial nature of the product is a major problem because the format makes the programs unsustainable. Liu Yan, a professor at the Institute of Early Childhood Education at Beijing Normal University, expressed similar concerns, saying hidden problems may arise when children are overexposed on TV, and that it can have a long-term impact on their lives when the show is over, especially if they have participated for several seasons spanning many months. Online rumors claimed that Chaw's 6-year-old son, Joe, had deliberately pushed 5-year-old Feynman Ng Chun-yu down a flight of stairs during the shooting of Dad, Where Are We Going?
Francis Ng Chun-yu claimed that Hunan TV failed to ensure his son's safety, and later reached a settlement with the company over the injury.
Another potential problem is that the young participants often become demanding and attention-seeking after being showered with compliments because they have been on TV.
Tian Liang, the former diver who is now an actor, admitted that the exposure his daughter gained by being on Dad, Where Are We Going? He suggested that the new regulations might be a good way of cooling the passions of some parents who take their children to acting classes so they can appear on television and become famous. Zhuang Yuxin, a deputy professor at the Beijing Film Academy, said short-term fame does not help pave the way if children want to work in the performing arts or entertainment industry.
In 2014, Shi Ningjie participated in Deformation Plan, a reality TV show where urban and rural children swap places. In the eyes of the show's producers, the 18-year-old was the perfect participant, the sort of person they had been searching for; a non-conformist. He was offered the chance to swap roles with Wang Honglin, an 11-year-old girl, who has lived with her grandparents in Shaanxi province since her parents divorced. In 2008, Shi told his mother that he saw no reason to go to school because he planned to become famous, so he was ecstatic when the producers chose him for the show. Under instruction, he completed a number of tasks, including chopping firewood and visiting people disabled in mining accidents in Baxian, a village in Ankang city, Shaanxi, whose injuries mean they are unable to make a living. Although Shi did actually become famous as a result of appearing on the program - the number of followers on his micro blog soared to 100,000 - he kept his old lifestyle and little changed.
Enamored by photographs taken in China a century ago, Venkatraman has traveled across the country by train, taking photos in the same places as the historic images, comparing the past with the present in an ongoing project, Time Traveling in China. The 31-year-old has a doctorate in electrical engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and co-founded a startup, Robby Technologies, that develops autonomous delivery robots.
Among the 12 cities he has visited so far, he found Pudong New Area in Shanghai had changed most significantly.
Lanzhou, the capital of Gansu province, especially impressed him, as the city is unrecognizable from its old images, except for the mountains and river. The Customs House in Wuhan, in central Hubei province, may be more typical of what he found in his travels. The project has been challenging as there are new obstacles and buildings that prevented easy access to the sites in the old photos or prohibited him from approaching from the right angles.
Among his numerous travels in China, he once bicycled nearly the entire 1,600 km along the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal from Beijing to Hangzhou,Zhejiang province. He plans to photograph more northern cities for the Time Traveling in China series in the future as he didn't have much success in them during the smoggy winter.
A man, surnamed Guo, who sexually harassed a 15-year-old girl in Tongzhou district has been jailed for a year.
Two men have been detained in the Chaoyang district for making false compensation claims after allegedly faking road traffic accidents. More than 1,200 pairs of twins who paraded in local streets were a major attraction for locals and tourists alike during the three-day 12th China Mojiang International Twins Festival, which took place at the beginning of the month. A 12-year-old boy, who ran away from home, walked back more than 50 km toward his family's house outside Langzhong after his pocket money ran out in the city. A car owner in Chengdu has refused to take possession of her car after she was told repairs to it cost 243,670 yuan when the car only cost 285,000 yuan to buy new. A female driver in Panzhihua who thought her car had been stolen and reported the theft to police had actually failed to apply the handbrake, said officers. A lost pet ferret that was recovered by an animal shelter in Chengdu ran away from there as well. Police are investigating after a pregnant woman was detained for apparently working with her "daughter" to steal from a boutique in Xianyang. A groom in Wugong county created a wedding arch with two excavators to symbolize that he would achieve happiness through hard work. A man, surnamed Cheng, has said he carried out crimes because he wanted to be sent to prison. A man in Hefei allegedly pretended to be a wealthy man so he could cheat a woman who wanted to be his girlfriend out of 20,000 yuan. A man in Shucheng county allegedly raped a woman after discovering she was having an affair, using the information to blackmail her into allowing the abuse. A 100 yuan banknote that was erroneously printed with a watermark saying 300 yuan has been valued as being worth at least 1 million yuan. A groom in Jinzhou ruined his big day when his reaction to a wedding day tradition caused a rift with his bride-to-be. A husband in Shiyan who said he was often beaten by his wife has told investigators he would rather be beaten to death than divorce her.
A driver with the online-hailing Didi Chuxing taxi service in Haikou has been banned from working for the company after he reportedly masturbated in front of customers. A man who ran away from home 22 years ago and who was thought to be dead has been reunited with his family. Police caught a mother from Nanjing taking drugs with friends to celebrate the 100th day after her baby's birth. Traffic police in the Shapingba district of the city say they have pulled over a motor tricycle that was being driven by a 6-year-old boy.
Diagnosed with cerebral palsy at her birth in 1992 in Fuyang city, East China's Anhui province, Wang has written fairy tales, novels and more than 4,000 poems. She published her first book, an anthology of her poems, in 2012, and her first fairy tale in the Chinese journal Fairy Tale World last year. Wang overcame both a physical disability, a movement disorder that affects a person's ability to move and maintain balance and posture, and a lack of literary training.
After learning to read, she was "deeply attracted to literature" and her shelves are full of books bought by her parents or given by others as presents. She started typing on a secondhand computer, which was much easier for her than writing with pens and paper. She publishes her work, "one or two poems every day", on her networking website and micro blog.
Local media reports about Wang have brought her opportunities to make speeches at schools and government offices. In the wake of the role Wang has played in encouraging people, the country's Communist Youth League granted Wang the National Youth Award on Tuesday, the eve of Chinese Youth Day. A Zhengzhou man lost his money and a new car after meeting a woman online and going gambling with her on a date. A man, surnamed Sun, was detained by police after being accused of stopping his car by the roadside to take methamphetamine in Yantai on April 21. A female driver in Chengdu mistook the accelerator for the brake, crashed into two trees and rolled her car, injuring three other occupants. Traffic police in Yichang found a man and woman having sex in a car that was parked in an expressway tunnel at about 2:10 am on April 23.
A female driver in Huangpi who wrongly parked her car at a shopping mall found a sanitary towel on her windshield when she returned to retrieve the vehicle. A passenger found mushrooms growing inside two buses in Wuhan and posted photos of the fungi online. A married man in Liuzhou was accused of assaulting a hotel receptionist because he couldn't provide enough condoms.
Four women traveling from Shuozhou to Taiyuan complained that the duty manager of their hotel entered their room when they were naked and chatting.
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Lung transplant surgery takes an average of five hours, and so the window to transport the organ is five to six hours, he said. Some patients must wait for years for transplant surgery, and many don't survive long enough to receive a transplant. In theory, six organs - a liver, a heart, two kidneys and two lungs - could be harvested from an individual donor in the best scenario. Chen's family immediately sought police help and helped send Chen to hospital after he was stabbed and suffered from massive bleeding. The suspect was reported to have previously sought compensation and made trouble before he attacked Chen, leading Chen to seek police help. In Tibet's Gyirong county, one of the severely affected areas, residents initially lived in tents, then were relocated to government houses.
One infant, Drolma, who was born on the day of the earthquake, lived the first week of her life with her mother in an ambulance, then moved into a temporary house built by the government.
The clinic treats about 20 people daily, at no cost to the patients, and those needing more sophisticated care are sent to the city hospital. The 347 students of Gyirong Central Primary School received lessons in tent classrooms for several months, then moved to a school building in September.
The government provided each family with household appliances, and basic necessities, such as bedding, pots and pans. It takes about 20 minutes for Phurbu, 49, to reach the shop in the Dram Shopping Mall, which was built exclusively for the evacuees and provided business opportunities for 146 households. She boards at school and returns home over the weekend, her accommodations and food covered by the government.
Nyima Dorje has been working on a construction site for two months for a daily wage of 150 yuan, while his wife Ngakwang Drolma gets 2,400 yuan monthly by working at a hotel.
She had big worries about relocating to a strange city, but has gotten used to the place over time.
The filtered rays merely highlighted aspects of the dreary chamber, making it even more unwelcoming, though it did offer some reflection of the occupant's passion for isolation. It's probably gotten worse in recent years, said Professor Chien Wai-tong, associate head (research) at Hong Kong Polytechnic University's School of Nursing.
Even when she went looking for help, she held back details of her tormented life from the medical professionals. Nearly half the respondents to the SoCO survey said they found it hard cooking on their own. He's schizophrenic but he has all the utensils he needs for each particular type of food he likes. From the time he arrived right up to the present, he's been on drugs that leave him stupefied. There's already a critical shortage of psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses in the city at large - and at the community centers they are rare specimens. Psycho-educational training in mental health could be accomplished if there were more social workers.
Trouble is, that needs a multi-disciplinary team of medical professionals and social workers. In other high income economies, the median rate is 8.59 per 100,000 population, based on a 2011 survey by the World Health Organization.


There needs to be a more detailed statistical profile of people who use the service, just to get a handle on the present situation. The EOC said the new commission should not only help with formulating policy but should oversee the implementation.
Since September, he had received four treatments using cells generated by his own immune system to kill cancer cells. The system, under which an advertiser pays a search engine each time an ad is clicked, has long been a major source of revenue for Baidu. Google, for example, began to mark the paid advertising on its platform in purple or green. They were also required to disclose their rules about cooperating with enterprises and highlighting paid listings. Around 8-9 million tons of fish can be harvested legally in China's territorial waters each year, but the actual amount reaches 13 million tons, according to a report by Economic Daily.
However, information about the people who complained was leaked and they claimed they received threats from the business owners.
It will combat the illegal or excessive discharge of pollutants and will phase out more plants. Li said she often quarreled with him and wanted a divorce, but investigators determined that in fact Li and his wife sold their sons together, Xu said.
When Huang became pregnant, the two discussed selling the baby after it was born, the investigation found.
Under the modified provision, a buyer is not immune from punishment, although buyers may receive less severe penalties if they have not abused the child or attempted to hinder rescue efforts. They had planned to smuggle the drugs to the Philippines by sea but failed, the police said. The move is designed to avoid the potential pitfalls of "overnight fame", according to a statement released by the administration. In total, the programs generated more than 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) in advertising revenue. I guess the audience rarely realizes this when they watch cute kids who are prone to tantrums laughing and crying.
We used 40 cameras to shoot each episode, and the videotape of each episode was about 25 hours, which then had to be edited down to 90 minutes. What's more, some of the most-discussed scenes were engineered by a director on the set to make the story more interesting," he added.
Chaw decided to stop updating his account on Weibo, a Chinese Twitter-like service, after he discovered that his son had become the target of malign comments that amounted to cyber-bullying.
Rather than imposing a "one-policy-fits-all" ban on reality shows, the policymakers should have designed the guidelines to ensure that children are fully protected irrespective of where they work in the entertainment industry. They should shoulder their parental responsibilities when their kids are exposed to the camera," he said. As far as he is concerned, neither his personality nor lifestyle changed when he became a celebrity.
Shi has led a life of privilege - he was born into a wealthy family in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province - but he dropped out of school at 15, and took up smoking and going to nightclubs, even though he was under age.
When the program ended, Shi enrolled at a music high school in Beijing, but dropped out a year later. The area has experienced a transition from horses to buses and cars, "and that same building probably will see the transition to automated driverless cars, drones, and other new forms of mobility in the next 100 years," he said.
There were many, many failed shots simply because I couldn't get the right angle," he said.
My only sense of identity is in culture, arts and science," said Venkatraman, who speaks and writes in Chinese and was the technology director for the MIT-China Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum from 2011 to 2012.
Guo received the relatively lenient sentence after his attorney pleaded that the molestation had only lasted a minute. The twins who attended the annual event, the largest twins festival in China, came from all over the world. The boy, surnamed Wang, whose parents are employed outside the city, left home with only 24 yuan in his pocket. The woman, surnamed Mei, bought the car in May last year and damaged it in a traffic accident on Sept 18. The woman, surnamed Chen, found her car was gone on April 30 after she had parked it in a street.
The furry escapologist was picked up by a local resident who took the opportunity to ask the shelter for a 1,000 yuan reward for its return. The woman, surnamed Yin, who was born in 1992, was five-months pregnant when she was detained on April 30. The man, surnamed Zhang, 26, has worked as an excavator driver for seven years and designed his wedding around his beloved excavators. Cheng was detained after allegedly using a knife to carry out a robbery in Xiaoxian county in which his victim was injured. Police say the con man, surnamed Lin, initially pretended to be an online female matchmaker to befriend the victim, a female college student. Investigators believe the man, surnamed Xie, stumbled on the woman's affair in December after he saw a man enter her house.
The man reportedly slapped his bride's younger sister after she slammed the door on him when he called at the family home to collect his bride. The husband, surnamed Guo, was allegedly beaten again recently after his wife criticized the quality of his cooking. Police said the man, surnamed Zhou, was suffering from mental issues when he disappeared from his home in Tai'an in 1994.
The man, surnamed Mo, 54, told police he was obsessed with women's clothing and stole items so he could wear them. The woman, surnamed Zhang, laid on a party and meal on May 1 to mark the important milestone in her baby's life. The poetry anthology resulted in stories about her in the local media, which in turn brought the young poet more fans. Among the earliest literary works she read were Nicolai Ostrovsky's How the Steel Was Tempered and poems by some of the great Chinese poets. Then, in 2008, Wang's grandmother bought her a new computer, as she had completely lost the ability to control her hand. She also enjoys talking to her friends and fans on QQ, a Chinese instant-messaging service. The man, surnamed He, became drunk during dinner with his date, who then took him gambling. The man told police that he felt tired and wanted to reinvigorate himself before continuing the drive. The 27-year-old, surnamed Wei, checked into the hotel on the night of April 23 after drinking with friends. They reported the incident to the receptionist and a check of the hotel surveillance video identified the man. The driver said he got in the police car to park it better while the officer was dealing with an accident, then decided to drive away as a joke. Li, 34, and his friends were accused of throwing more than 20 firecrackers at the house on two occasions in April.
The woman left the hospital on Saturday thinking she would catch her husband in an act of adultery, but she found him playing mahjong instead. Katherine flatly denies those claims, insisting that producers approached her only in February, after the split was announced. For the last 10 years, she's navigated desperate straits, coping with high blood pressure, hepatitis C and her mental illness.
The only object offering a semblance of "life" was the television, flickering on Kam's bed, where she sat.
More than 16,000, among the 205,400 people seeking treatment for mental illness from the Hospital Authority that year, had no one to take care of them at all. Housework wears her down, she confessed, and the medication she takes for depression gives her headaches. Half of the respondents said the activities were "useless" as far as helping them get back on their feet. He contended that these mentally ill people need proper assessment, so at least the "system" could differentiate their specific and individual needs. By the time the administration took note of the damage and reopened the schools in 2008, the manpower situation had already gotten out of hand. It means only 1,000 seriously mentally ill patients, and likely fewer than that number, are getting services. Her only pleasure is watching programs on the TV she bought, when she got an extra month's social security payment last year. In April 2013 Huang gave birth to a baby boy and sold him for 34,000 yuan the same day, the police said. In severe cases involving the death of a child, sexual abuse, selling a child overseas or other serious acts, sellers can face a life sentence or even the death penalty. The smugglers then used cars to transfer the drugs from ports to the company, where they were caught on Feb 28. Reality shows do not record the real lives of the participants, who are exposed to the ever-present cameras all day long.
Ng Chun-yu, the son of Hong Kong actor Francis Ng Chun-yu and now age 7, sustained an eye injury that could affect his vision permanently. The men, both in their 50s, said they wanted to use the money from the compensation claim to buy alcohol.
Mojiang Hanis autonomous county, which has registered the birth of more than 1,000 pairs of twins, has the country's highest rate of such siblings.
Yin claimed the girl who was with her was her daughter but police doubt this is the case and are investigating. Zhang said he got to know his bride in 2008 and they dated for eight years before tying the knot. Lin, masquerading as the matchmaker, then set himself up as a rich potential boyfriend and went to meet the woman on Feb 27.
After the man left, Xie allegedly threatened to tell the woman's husband if she did not agree to his demands.
At traditional Chinese weddings, the bride's family will often close the door on the groom and refuse him entry and tease him until he hands over some lucky money.
His family could not find him and thought he had died after many years of searching and canceled his household registration papers. He said he did not know a police car was behind him when he parked his car in Nanhong Street. Agricultural experts said the mushroom spores were likely blown into the buses and grew in the wet, warm conditions.
He asked the receptionist for condoms because his girlfriend was coming to stay, but was told there was only one left.
In her 20s she became the focus of intense scrutiny after admitting taking cocaine and ecstasy. They became a couple in 2007 after he was a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing and she made a singing appearance on the show.
You need other things to focus on to make you happy again.a€™Katherinea€™s radiographer mother Susan has flown in this week to provide moral support and a€?tryA to make me eat properlya€™. On her tour in February, a lone male fan evaded security to end up alone in her dressing room as she prepared for a performance in Bournemouth. He was always stressed out from the work, and even the night sounds of the city drove him to distraction when he tried to sleep.
She sets an alarm to make sure she doesn't sleep through a single episode of Running Man, a South Korean variety show.
In addition to his jail sentence, Guo was ordered to pay 5,000 yuan ($770) in compensation. Investigators said the men, surnamed Pan and Zhang, moved to the capital a year ago from their homes in Northeast China and had been relying on compensation scams, which are known as peng ci in Chinese, after failing to find work. Located in the northern part of Pu'er city, the county is known on the mainland as "the home of twins". He made it back to a police substation in a village near his home and was reunited to his parents on April 21.
The car was repaired seven months ago and has remained at the dealers ever since while the two sides negotiate. He said he wanted to get put in prison so he could avoid reality and would not have to worry about food and clothes. Police said Lin told her he wanted her for his lover and would give her 200,000 yuan but said she should first pay him 20,000 yuan to show her commitment. In this case, the groom had handed over all the money he had brought for the activity but the door remained closed. When investigators suggested the couple might want to divorce and his wife said that was acceptable, Guo answered that he did not want to divorce, no matter how hard she beat him.
Police recently found the man wandering in the street in Weihai, identified him and returned him to his home. Police caught the seven friends after a tip-off and they were detained for further investigation, said police.
The boy's father, who was also on the tricycle at the time, told police he had encouraged his son to drive to build up his courage. And last year she revealed shea€™d been bullied and harassed by an online stalker.But for the 31-year-old mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins, the very public end of her engagement to former Blue Peter presenter Gethin Jones was the a€?toughest few weeks of my lifea€™. In February 2011 Gethin presented her with a A?10,000 diamond engagement ring as he proposed during a romantic Mexican holiday.
At short notice, Katherinea€™s management had to clear her diary for three months, including delaying recording her next album. Dating isna€™t going to happen.a€™She is terrified about some of the provocative moves she is going to have to do in her jive routine.
Such accidents are unexpected, but why do my son and I have to endure all (the) scolding and humiliation? They said Yin will likely be charged with abducting and reselling children if the daughter is found not to be her own following a DNA test. Cheng said he had marital problems and was under massive pressure to support his family financially. When he finally got the door open, the frustrated groom allegedly hit his intended sister-in-law, causing the bride and her family to call off the wedding.
Police have educated the wife about correct behavior and she has taken her husband to hospital for treatment.
Police are investigating and have urged people in similar situations to report the matter directly to them. Police told the father he was breaking traffic rules by letting his son drive and are investigating the case.
As recently as last November, Katherine said she was looking forward to taking a break from the spotlight to start a family. Instead, she is sitting in a Hollywood dance studio, where sheA spends hours on end every day training withA a man who she met just a month ago in order to compete on Americaa€™s Dancing With The Stars. I feel like Ia€™ve found something thata€™s making me smile and laugh again, and thata€™s really nice. Walking through the flat is an obstacle course littered with scrap metal, compact disc and other stuff. Ita€™s daunting.a€™Producers have provided Katherine with an apartment in the same Hollywood block where show judges Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli live while in Los Angeles. And all of a sudden it was: a€?Theya€™re getting married!a€?a€‰a€™She was nervous when they first met.



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