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China
    2017-01-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Disciplinary rules

    China’s 500,000-plus corruption investigators are being placed under stricter supervision as a regulation to standardize* graft probes was adopted on Sunday.

    Experts said the regulation, passed at the annual plenary meeting of the top anti-corruption watchdog — the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China — can help ensure an unsullied* disciplinary team, after some corrupt investigators were exposed.

    Air quality

    Cai Qi, deputy Party chief and acting mayor of Beijing, has promised to take tougher measures to improve the city’s air quality in 2017.

    “Like many of us, I am used to checking the weather and the air quality index (AQI) of Beijing first thing in the morning. I totally understand the public’s concerns and complaints over air pollution,” Cai said during a three-hour meeting with press and citizens on Saturday after a spell* of smog lasting more than a week in the city. Cai said he felt rather upset because the lingering smog had brought inconvenience and harm to people’s life.

    Traffic violations

    Netizens are questioning the feasibility* and legality* of a decision by the traffic regulation authority in eastern China’s Nanchang to reward citizens for shooting videos of traffic violations and reporting them online.

    A report by the Beijing News on Saturday said that the city’s traffic regulation authority had announced the decision through its official website and official WeChat account and cash rewards will range up to 10,000 yuan (US$1,446).

    Citizens first need to log onto the official website of the traffic regulation authority in Nanchang and fill in their name, ID number and phone number before they can report traffic violations through the website, according to the report.

    Statue to honor reader

    East China’s Hangzhou City will erect a statue to honor a “scavenger*” whose deep love for books and philanthropic deeds touched the hearts of many.

    A 1.6-meter-high bust of elderly man Wei Sihao with papers and books will be erected at the library where he used to read. The statue will also include the bamboo stick and plastic bottles he carried with him.(SD-Agencies)

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