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China
    2016-04-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Passengers grounded

    China has banned three passengers from major airlines for “uncivilized behavior,” media reported on Monday, as the country seeks to instill manners in its increasingly well-traveled populace*.

    The three were blacklisted* for hitting a checkpoint security officer with a can of milk, attacking airline personnel over a flight delay, and refusing to switch off a tablet PC during a landing, the China Daily newspaper said.

    Beijing hotel attack

    Five suspects have been detained over a hotel attack in Beijing, police announced on Saturday.

    On April 3, a woman was throttled* and pulled away by a man in a black leather coat in the hallway of a Yitel hotel in Beijing’s eastern Chaoyang District. A hotel staff who passed by the two while the attack occurred failed to stop the attacker. The attacker later ran away when some other guests intervened*.

    The incident was recorded by a surveillance* camera and the footage* began circulating* online after the victim posted her story and the security video footage showing the incident on Weibo two days later. The man in the footage, surnamed Li, 24, was caught on Thursday in Xuchang City in Henan Province.

    Infant formula

    The food safety authorities and other government agencies are still searching for the whereabouts* of 3,300 cans of knockoff* infant formula sold in four Chinese provinces, said senior officials at a press conference held by the State Council’s food safety office on Saturday.

    The latest scandal involves roughly 17,000 cans of counterfeit* baby powder and the suspects made nearly 2 million yuan (US$310,000).

    ROK visa

    Visa applications to the Republic of Korea (ROK), also known as South Korea, made through 52 travel agencies in China’s three northeastern provinces have been suspended by the ROK consulate general in Shenyang, Liaoning Province.

    The suspension was announced in a notice issued by the consulate* general. Travel agencies said the decision is aimed at stopping Chinese agencies from doing business with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

    (SD-Agencies)

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