Air­line pays lit­tle for bro­ken an­tiques

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

A man has failed in his bid to win 2.2 mil­lion yuan ($363,000) in com­pen­sa­tion for three porce­lain an­tiques dam­aged dur­ing air ship­ment, re­ceiv­ing only 500 yuan from the air­line, ac­cord­ing to a court rul­ing. The man, sur­named Liu, filed a law­suit against Xi­a­men Air­lines af­ter he found his three an­tiques were dam­aged on a flight from Bei­jing to Fujian prov­ince in April 2013. The court said Liu had failed to show any doc­u­ments to prove their value. News re­ported on Thurs­day. The mon­i­tor­ing de­vice, called a black box for el­e­va­tors, has a sen­sor at­tached to the el­e­va­tor or es­ca­la­tor, which can is­sue real-time warn­ings of mal­func­tions via the In­ter­net to main­te­nance work­ers’ cell­phones.

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