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    2015-11-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Fraud suspects repatriated

    More than 250 suspects from the Chinese mainland involved in telecom scam* cases were repatriated* from Indonesia and Cambodia on November 10 and turned over to Chinese police, according to the Ministry of Public Security.

    The suspects are involved in more than 4,000 major transnational* telecom frauds with victims located in more than 20 Chinese provinces and regions, including Hong Kong, the ministry said in a press release.

    Shaolin soccer

    A soccer training base for teenagers has been set up in central Henan Province to help Chinese soccer development with kung fu.

    The center was built jointly by the local government and Shaolin Tagou Martial Arts School, which is located a few kilometers away from the Shaolin Temple in the city of Dengfeng in Henan, the birthplace of Shaolin kung fu. “To set up this soccer training base is a bold attempt to bring Shaolin kung fu into soccer to deepen soccer reform and to create a new brand of ‘Shaolin soccer,’” said Zhang Wenshen, director of the Sports Bureau of Henan.

    New yuan notes

    The People’s Bank of China on Thursday released new-version 100-yuan notes, which have enhanced security features, including optical-variable* security threads.

    The notes look similar to the old version but are harder to counterfeit and easier for machines to read. The new note is designed to make it easier for the public to spot fakes. The old version of the 100-yuan note remains in circulation.

    Courier info leaks

    Chinese courier companies might face fines of up to 50,000 yuan (US$7,814) and license revocation* for leaking customers’ personal information, according to draft regulations unveiled on Monday.

    Express companies should regularly destroy waybills* and are prohibited from selling, leaking or illegally providing customers’ personal information, the draft rules stipulate*. The draft will be posted online to solicit* public opinion until Dec. 15. This is good news for express delivery customers who worry that a new real name policy for parcels might be a privacy threat.

    (SD-Agencies)

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