Ex­plo­ration team heads to South Pole

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

A 34-mem­ber team from Shantou Univer­sity will de­part on Fri­day to ex­plore the South Pole, Nan­fang Daily re­ported. The team in­cludes 18 stu­dents and four teach­ers from the univer­sity as well as a dozen project man­age­ment and sup­port mem­bers. The group will also visit the Great-Wall Sci­en­tific Ex­ploratory Sta­tion of China in Antarc­tica dur­ing their 21-day jour­ney. third-tier cities, ac­cord­ing to a poll re­cently re­leased by Zhaopin.com. Col­lege grad­u­ates said high hous­ing prices and the dif­fi­culty in get­ting a hukou, or per­ma­nent res­i­dency, in first-tier cities in­flu­enced their de­ci­sions. Bei­jing En­vi­ron­men­tal Mon­i­tor­ing Cen­ter, adding that the smog is likely to con­tinue.

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