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    2014-07-30  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Taiwan jet crash kills 51

    Taiwan’s Central News Agency reported on July 23 that a plane crashed in a failed emergency landing, killing 51 people.

    The news agency cited the head of the fire department in the Taiwanese county of Penghu as saying that seven people were also injured in the crash.

    

    Blogger jailed for rumors

    A court in Yunnan Province handed down jail sentences on July 23 to a famous blogger and his co-conspirator* found guilty of fabricating* and spreading online rumors for economic gain.

    The Wuhua District Court in the provincial capital city of Kunming sentenced Dong Rubin to six years and six months in prison for illegal business operations.

    Dong’s co-conspirator, Hou Peng, received a three-year jail term with a three-year reprieve over the same charge, according to the verdict.

    

    Husi products withdrawn

    The parent company* of a scandal-hit Chinese food supplier said it is withdrawing all products made by the subsidiary*.

    Shanghai Husi Food Co. Ltd., owned by Illinois-based OSI Group LLC, is at the center of a major food safety scandal over allegations it mixed fresh and expired meat.

    In a statement posted on its website on Saturday, OSI Group said it would “withdraw from the marketplace” all products made by Shanghai Husi, and that it was conducting an internal investigation into current and former senior management.

    

    Couple reject criticism

    The real estate tycoon couple who founded SOHO China have brushed aside* criticism of their donation to Harvard University by saying that it would help to fund only students from poor Chinese families.

    Zhang Xin, chief executive of SOHO China and her husband Pan Shiyi, the chairman, were caught up in controversy after they signed an agreement with the prestigious U.S. university to donate US$15 million to set up a “Soho China Scholarship” to help Chinese students study at Harvard.(SD-Agencies)

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