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    2015-04-22  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Quakes jolt North China

    Two earthquakes struck North and Northwest China on April 19, killing one person and toppling scores of* houses, local authorities said.

    A 4.5-magnitude quake hit Lintao County of northwestern Gansu Province at 3:08 p.m., killing one person in Yaogou Village, about 20 km from the epicenter*, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center (CENC). A 5.8-magnitude earthquake also hit Alashan Left Banner in North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region at 3:39 p.m.

    

    Tsai Ing-wen joins election Taiwan could be on track for its first ever female leader after the island’s Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) announced on April 19 that its chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen will run for leadership in the 2016 election.

    It is the second time Tsai has sought the leadership of Taiwan. She lost to Ma Ying-jeou in 2012.

    Also on April 19, the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) party started its nomination process for the 2016 election.

    

    Pandas to arrive in Macao

    A new pair of giant pandas given by China’s Central Government as gifts to the Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) will arrive in Macao on April 30, the Office of Macao Secretary for Administration and Justice said on April 19.

    A female panda, No. 667, and a male, No. 726, were chosen from 55 candidates following a three-month selection.

    

    Japanese WWII surrender video debuted

    A museum in Central China’s Hunan Province reopened after renovations on Saturday and debuted video footage documenting Japan’s surrender in the province.

    The 20-minute video, filmed by a U.S. Allies representative, shows the signing of a surrender memorandum* by the Japanese in Zhijiang, a major battlefield during the Chinese War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1937-1945).

    “It is an important testimony of Chinese people’s victory,” said Chinese expert Wu Jianhong.(SD-Agencies)

    

    

    

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