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At a Glance
    2018-07-20  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Institute set up

THE Signal Treatment and Data Analysis Research Center of Tianjin University GIT Shenzhen Institute has been set up at Shenzhen Virtual University Park.

The institute, a cooperative project between Tianjin University and Georgia Institute of Technology, will conduct researches on telecommunications engineering, signal treatment, system control, photoelectricity, computation, wearable technologies and environment engineering.

Fugitive caught

A HUBEI native who had been on the run for 17 years after committing homicide was caught at a Metro station in Shenzhen last week.

On July 13, the man sought help from the control office at the Metro station in Longhua, saying his bag containing 1,000 yuan (US$148) had gone missing.

The bag was found by a security inspector and handed over to the police office at the station. It contained 1,400 yuan in cash, a bankcard and three counterfeit ID cards. Police required that the man provide a name and ID number for verification in the data system, but failed to find his information in the data bank. The man was taken to the police station for further investigation and was later confirmed to be a suspect surnamed Jin who had been wanted by Wuhan police for a homicide in June 2001.

Ultimatum

THE city’s transport commission issued an ultimatum Wednesday requiring the operator of Kuqi Bike to clear and recall its shared bikes within 10 days, otherwise the authorities would collect them.

The Kuqi (Beijing) S&T Co. ran into difficulties last September and could no longer be reached, leaving their bikes on Shenzhen’s streets without management or maintenance.

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