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China
    2016-02-24  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Fake story

    China’s netizens have been urged to avoid damaging the credibility of cyberspace after a story that went viral* over the Spring Festival holiday turned out to be fabricated*.

    The story revolved* around a 28-year-old woman from a well-off Shanghai background who claimed to have split up with her boyfriend after eating a meal at his family’s home in a small village in Jiangxi Province. Her claims that she could not stand the humble food or the family’s lowly home quickly sparked online discussion about relationships between men from the countryside and metropolitan women.

    Residence application

    China will ease the permanent resident application process for foreigners, according to a circular* issued by the general offices of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and the State Council.

    According to the circular publicized on Thursday, qualifications for permanent residence should be flexible and pragmatic. Permanent resident applications for foreign professionals under key government talent introduction programs, including the “Thousand Talents” recruitment program for global experts launched in 2008, will be given priority.

    3 Chinese get jail

    Three students from China were sentenced to prison on February 17 in California, the United States, for kidnapping and assaulting another Chinese teenager in Los Angeles in March 2015.

    Zhai Yunyao was sentenced to 13 years in prison, Yang Yuhan was sentenced to 10 years in prison and Zhang Xinlei was sentenced to six years in prison. They would be expelled from the United States as well after serving out their jail term, judges said.

    Geese eaten

    Two geese in southern China have become an Internet sensation after a photograph of them kissing goodbye went viral on social media on Valentine’s Day.

    However, three days later came the unfortunate news that the owner of the two “love birds” in Guangdong Province had already slaughtered and eaten them, the Modern Express reported. (SD-Agencies)

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