An­cient ‘dic­tionary’ fetches $4.9m

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

A set of books, dubbed the “dic­tionary” of the North­ern Song Dy­nasty (960-1127), was sold for 29.9 mil­lion yuan ($4.9 mil­lion) at an auc­tion on Wed­nes­day. The books have 9,590 Chi­nese char­ac­ters and were ex­pected to sell for 8-10 mil­lion yuan, but the deal closed at 26 mil­lion yuan plus com­mis­sion. items of cloth­ing did not meet na­tional stan­dards, es­pe­cially out­door cloth­ing made of quick-dry­ing ma­te­rial. be online dur­ing the trial run. Users can find the link to the new ver­sion at the home page. If a driver looks at his or her mo­bile phone while the ve­hi­cle is mov­ing, the ve­hi­cle will swerve or change di­rec­tion, said Zhu Wei, a trainer at a driv­ers’ school un­der the Shang­hai traf­fic po­lice depart­ment.

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