Fake pho­to­graph links prin­ci­pal to pros­ti­tutes

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

in Jan­uary, Qian­jiang Evening News re­ported on Thurs­day. The re­port said Sun kept a low pro­file as a learner driver but passed the driv­ing exam at the first at­tempt. Thirty-three il­le­gal im­mi­grants trav­el­ing in a van on na­tional high­way No. 325 were ar­rested on Wed­nes­day af­ter­noon. The im­mi­grants, all from South­east Asia and in­clud­ing five women, had come to the area seek­ing work, ac­cord­ing to a state­ment from the fron­tier po­lice in Maom­ing. get into the school but was soon dis­missed. A ver­dict has still to be an­nounced. breath­ing and had no heart­beat when he was sent to a nearby hospi­tal, where he was de­clared dead about one hour later. A 17-year-old vo­ca­tional school stu­dent in Yibin will face pun­ish­ment af­ter cre­at­ing and post­ing a phony pic­ture of his prin­ci­pal and claim­ing the man was a sus­pect in the pros­ti­tu­tion crack­down cur­rently un­der way in Dong­guan, Guang­dong prov­ince. The post said the new se­mes­ter would be de­layed be­cause the prin­ci­pal had been ar­rested. The prin­ci­pal called po­lice af­ter see­ing the pic­ture on­line. The stu­dent said he posted it be­cause he wanted the se­mes­ter to start later.

PHOTO BY HUI BIN / FOR CHINA DAILY

A large hole ap­pears on a road in Wuhan, Hubei prov­ince, on Thurs­day af­ter an un­der­ground ex­plo­sion be­lieved to have been caused by meth­ane. Three people were slightly in­jured and sev­eral ve­hi­cles dam­aged.

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