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    2018-February-9  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

New landmarks

TWO landmark buildings more than 600 meters tall will be built in Caiwuwei area in Luohu as the demolition project in the area was officially launched Monday. As residential buildings in the area will be demolished, homeowners are expected to be offered new apartments by the end of 2021.

Ovarian tumors

A 75-YEAR-OLD woman, surnamed Chen, underwent an operation at Shenzhen People’s Hospital on Jan. 25 to remove four kilograms of tumors from her ovaries. Chen made a good recovery after the operation and was discharged from the hospital recently.

Type-O blood

THE Shenzhen Blood Center is calling for people with type-O blood to donate blood as the supply of type-O blood in the center is running low. Those who are willing to donate type-O blood are encouraged to call 8332-1999 to contact the center as soon as possible.

Deadly duck bone

A 65-YEAR-OLD man, surnamed Liu, almost died of acute coronary syndrome Jan. 29 after a sharp duck bone pierced his esophagus and almost severed his blood vessels. Liu was saved by doctors at Shenzhen No. 2 People’s Hospital after they gave him an operation to remove the duck bone from his body Jan. 30.

Bribery case

THE Futian procuratorate instituted a public prosecution against Yi Bin, former deputy general manager of Shenzhen Cereals Group Co. Ltd., after he allegedly accepted 4.9 million yuan (US$780,080) and US$71,000 in bribes after taking advantage of his job position.

 

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