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China
    2015-07-01  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Meat from 1970s

    Fourteen gangs involved in the smuggling* of frozen meat products have been hunted down* and the products seized.

    Customs officials sealed more than 100,000 metric tons* of smuggled frozen meat worth up to 3 billion yuan (US$483 million), including frozen chicken wings, beef and pork.

    Officers from the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region’s Administration of Customs found that some of the confiscated* smuggled frozen meat is far older than the given expiration dates suggest, with some being more than 40 years old.

    

    Buyers to be punished

    China’s top legislature is considering punishments for buyers of abducted* children.

    A draft amendment* to the Criminal Law being considered by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress advocates “light punishment” for buyers who don’t harm abducted children or hinder* their rescue.

    Most buyers treat abducted children as their own, and aren’t be punished, said Chen Shiqu, director of the Ministry of Public Security’s antitrafficking* office.

    

    Hundreds injured

    The number of people injured by an explosion and fire in a recreational* water park in Taiwan has risen to 524.

    One-hundred-and-ninety-four people were severely injured, but no deaths have been reported yet, said New Taipei city health bureau.

    Most of the victims suffered severe burns or inhaled large amounts of black carbon dust. The injured were being treated in 43 local hospitals.

    

    1/3 of Great Wall gone

    Nearly one-third of the Great Wall of China has disappeared due to natural erosion*, destruction by humans and a lack of protection, the Beijing Times reported.

    Research conducted by the China Great Wall Society last year shows that only around 8 percent of the Great Wall built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) are well-preserved.(SD-Agencies)

    

    

    

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