Agency told to pay com­pen­sa­tion for death

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

Times re­ported. It was un­clear which cities in He­bei would be con­nected to Bei­jing. Lang­fang, He­bei, has ex­pressed hope that the Dax­ing Line, which runs from down­town to Dax­ing district, can be ex­tended to Gu’an county in He­bei. A travel agency was or­dered to pay 800,000 yuan ($128,300) in com­pen­sa­tion to the fam­ily of a Bei­jing man who died in Thai­land last year, Jinghua Times re­ported on Thurs­day. The tourist, sur­named Lu, drowned while snor­kel­ing. The court said on Wed­nes­day that the travel agency is re­spon­si­ble. nu­clear power tech­nol­ogy. China has of­fi­cially adopted AP1000 as a stan­dard for in­land nu­clear projects. Cur­rently 19 nu­clear re­ac­tors are in oper­a­tion and 29 are un­der con­struc­tion.


Wait­resses from Ger­many of­fer Ger­man-style beers to cus­tomers in Chengdu, Sichuan prov­ince, on Thurs­day as the city hosts the “Mu­nich Beer Fes­ti­val in Tour of Chengdu”. The fes­ti­val will last 17 days and fea­tures a huge tent cov­er­ing 11,000 square me­ters. It has been held in Bei­jing and Tokyo, but this is the first time the fes­ti­val has come to Chengdu.

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