Res­i­dents feel un­safe on pub­lic buses, sur­vey finds

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

Seventy per­cent of re­spon­dents to a re­cent sur­vey said they feel un­safe tak­ing pub­lic buses in Guangzhou fol­low­ing the deadly bus fire on July 15. Less than 13 per­cent of res­i­dents said they feel safe on the city’s pub­lic buses, ac­cord­ing to the sur­vey, con­ducted by Yangcheng Evening News and Ten­cent.com. More than 40,000 res­i­dents were in­ter­viewed. county who wanted to open a mu­seum was cheated out of more than 700,000 yuan ($113,657) by buy­ing fake cul­tural relics. The man, sur­named Li, was per­suaded to build a mu­seum by a self-pro­fessed cul­tural relics ex­pert sur­named Zhang. Li of­ten bought sup­posed jade and bronze pieces from Zhang. Af­ter con­sult­ing a gen­uine ex­pert, Li learned the relics were all fakes. Zhang and his ac­com­plices were held by lo­cal po­lice. to ask peo­ple to draw pic­tures of a gi­ant panda named 51, an 8-year-old panda in Chengdu who weighed 51 grams at birth. The draw­ings will be dis­played dur­ing the Cre­ativ­ity and De­sign Week in Chengdu from Oct 1 to 14.

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