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szdaily -> China
At a Glance
    2017-July-17  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Aircraft carrier returns

CHINA’S Liaoning aircraft carrier formation has returned to a military port in Qingdao in East China yesterday.

The formation returned after completing maneuvering exercises and a visit to Hong Kong to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the People’s Liberation Army being stationed in the SAR. More than 5,000 Hong Kong people boarded the aircraft carrier and its three escorting warships.

Forged certificates

POLICE in Jiangsu have busted a criminal gang of nearly 100 suspects for forging and selling professional certifications.

Police in Nantong seized more than 22,000 false certificates and confiscated more than 3.5 million yuan (US$516,700) involved in the case.

Mummified monk

A GROUP of Chinese villagers at a court in Amsterdam on Friday demanded that a collector reveal the identity of the individual from whom he bought a purportedly stolen Buddha statue, saying the figure must be returned to its rightful temple in China.

The Buddha statue with an intact mummified body inside was bought by Amsterdam collector Oscar van Overeem in 1996. Villagers in Fujian recognized it as their stolen Zhang Gong statue when the statue was on exhibition in Hungary in March 2015.

 

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