Wet exercise, media storm
Images showing students at an intermediate school in Yulin being made to perform a group exercise in the rain to impress inspectors have actually outraged web users, China Youth Daily reports. Some people were especially upset that the inspectors were revealed holding an umbrella while the kids were vulnerable. Propaganda authorities asserted the umbrella was utilized to protect video devices had by a local TV station, which the authorities had actually gone to the school by accident.
The expense of bad driving
Civil servants in Nanning who commit traffic infractions face demotions and pay cuts under a brand-new regionalcity government regulation, Gxnews.com reports. A government staff member said he was stunned after the city informed him his two parking tickets implied a six-point reduction from his government credit record. The 54-year-old guy later on found he had been disqualified from promotion for the next 2 years. He had likewise been overlooked of an income increase granted to associates, the report stated.
Cold parenting design
The moms and dads of a 15-month-old toddler in Chengdu have actually been accused of torturing their child after neighbours informed the police they had actually seen the kid playing outdoors in the winter season with no clothing on, the Southern Metropolis Report. The papa, a truck driver, denied abuse, saying this was his method of parenting. He stated that his child had when been mistakenly scalded by boiling water which ever becausesince he had removed the child of any clothes to train his tolerance and endurance. Neighbours stated they were puzzled due to the fact that the kid appeared unfazed and healthy. Police made no arrest.
Unclean talk threatens task
Salacious messages sent to an associate by a Sichuan official might have cost him his task, Newssc.org reports. Wang, a deputy transportation director in Ziyang, was implicated of calling a female colleague his partner and asking to wash with her in a series of exchanges on the internet messaging service QQ. Screenshots appearing to reveal the chats were uploaded online. The Ziyang government said it was investigating.
Zoos the loser
Developers in Dongguan have actually built office realrealty on land intended to host public centers including a zoo, the Southern Metropolis Report. Authorities in Dongguan reacted by vowing to splitpunish developers who lie to make preparing consent.
Other hand of settlement
An employer in Zhuhai was so mad after he lost a lawsuit to a former worker that he tried to pay the payment with 23,000 coins, Nandu.com reports. A court had ruled that the bossin charge should pay the employee 25,000 yuan (HK$ 31,000). He then showed up in court bring a plastic bag containing 23,000 one-yuan coins. The judge talked with him for an hour and persuaded him to pay through a bank transfer.
Image poll: open and shut
An online survey reveals that the majority of travellers oppose banning photography on subway trains in the capital, The Beijing News reports. More than 1,000 train users took part in the survey and more than 75 per cent said it was fine to take pictures as long as doing so did not threaten others. A subway staffemployee stated they usually advised riders not to take photos, particularly if they were standing in the middle of the carriages.
Bank basher blames back
A man has actually been charged with larceny after being captured on CCTV harming an ATM machine at a bank in the capital, The Beijing Report. Video video footage revealed the man smashing the screen of an ATM device in an effort to steal its cash. He was jailed within 20 minutes. The man, 26, informed a court on Tuesday he needed money to treat his back issues. District attorneys are looking for a three-year jail sentence.
Hot and cold lingerie program
Freelance designs putting on a Victorias Secret-style underwear show in rural Yichang today were swamped with check outs by farmers and tourists eager to satisfy them, Sina News reports. The women strode down makeshift catwalks in a canola field, wowing an audience bundled up in thick winter season jackets. The city organised the program to boost tourism.
Litter drive strikes drivers
The city of Wuhan has handed out 200,000 yuan in money to residents who reported litter-lout drivers, the Chutian Metropolis Daily reports. Some 2,835 citizens reported offenses as part of the citys campaign to reduce the number of motorists who throw rubbish out of their cars.
Police chiefs cap in hand
A police chief in Ankang is seeking contributions from regional entrepreneurs to pay back the 300,000 yuan expense of rebuilding his station, destroyed in a landslide in 2008, The Beijing Report. The authorities chief stated in an open letter that the precinct was in debtowed money since it had actually borrowed heavily to rebuild the station. He said the financial obligation weighed 1,000 kgs on the shoulders of the policelaw enforcement agent. He assured to disclose the use of every contribution.
Progress in murder probe
Authorities say they have actually made substantial development in the investigation of a triple murder at a residential structure in Gaoling county, China Business Report. Two adults and their three-year-old kid were killed on Sunday, with villagers finding a luggage including their body parts. Neighbours had actually notified police after hearing the kid crying.
Barbecue turns bad
Thirty-eight students from Fujian University of Technology suffered food poisoning after eatingdining at a barbecue dining establishment near the school on Monday, the Southeast Express reports. All were dealt with in hospital; 35 have been discharged, three continue to be under treatment. Authorities and city regulators were investigating, the report said.
Arson: teenagers revenge?
Two Fuzhou teens are suspected of beginning a fire in a garage to get vengeance on a schoolmate, the Strait News reports. After fighting with the schoolmate at school, the pair presumably walked to his households garage and set fire to an electrical bike he owned. The fire spread and damaged another 24 bikes prior to it was snuffed out. The pair, who have been arrested, dealt with a minimum of three years in prison if founded guilty, an attorney said.
Cosmetic surgeon sold fake Botox
A plastic specialistA cosmetic surgeon in Wuxi has been detained and charged with offering counterfeit medicine, Js.chinanews.com reports. The surgeon confessed that she had actually been buying Botox on the black market for 100-400 yuan per vial and afterwards offering these vials to clients for between 800 and 3,000 yuan.
A farewell to fairs
Farmers in Nanjing have actually been left dissatisfied after the city cancelled this years standard temple fairs over worries they would encourage counterfeit items, Xinhua Daily reports. The temple fairs generally involve farmers celebrating the brand-new year with dances, efficiencies and trade. The temple fairs had actually been held in Nanjing for the previous 500 years, the report stated.