4,000 make dumplings in at­tempt to set record

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ap­proved by the Supreme People’s Court, Chengdu Commercial Daily re­ported on Thurs­day. The man, sur­named Wei, raped seven and mo­lested four of his 8- to 11-yearold stu­dents a num­ber of times from 2008 to 2011. He was sen­tenced to death in 2013. Ex­press re­ported. About 61 per­cent of the pa­tients rated their treat­ments above 90 on a scale of 1 to 100, and 38 per­cent rated their treat­ment be­tween 80 and 90. The pa­tients paid a to­tal 1.9 mil­lion yuan ($304,600), with a pa­tient-im­posed dis­count of 270,000 yuan. The hospi­tal pres­i­dent said the loss of in­come from the dis­counts was ac­cept­able. ad­vanced cir­rho­sis and was given part of Ding’s liver. More than 4,000 people tried to chal­lenge a Guin­ness World Record by mak­ing zongzi to­gether within three min­utes in a pri­mary school of Luyuan district, Changchun, ac­cord­ing a re­port by City Evening News. Zongzi are the gluti­nous-rice dumplings eaten dur­ing the tra­di­tional Dragon Boat Fes­ti­val, which falls on Mon­day this year. Dur­ing a Fun Games pro­gram at the school, the stu­dents, wear­ing var­i­ous drama and cartoon cos­tumes, were or­ga­nized to make zongzi to­gether with their teach­ers and par­ents.’

PHOTO BY LIU RANYANG / CHINA NEWS SER­VICE

Mem­bers of 26 eth­nic groups with spe­cial cos­tumes from around Yun­nan prov­ince make on Thurs­day to cel­e­brate the com­ing Dragon Boat Fes­ti­val. sticky rice dumplings, are tra­di­tion­ally eaten dur­ing the fes­ti­val, which falls on the fifth day of the fifth month of the lu­nar cal­en­dar.

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