Residents feel unsafe on public buses, survey finds
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.