Ancient ‘dictionary’ fetches $4.9m
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 12306.cn 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.