Biker, 64, com­pletes long China odyssey

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

Two sus­pects were de­tained for stab­bing a cou­ple to death in a Dong­guan gro­cery store on Wed­nes­day af­ter­noon, South­ern Me­trop­o­lis Daily re­ported. Both vic­tims, the store’s pro­pri­etors, were taken to a lo­cal hos­pi­tal but died of ex­ces­sive blood loss. The po­lice said the sus­pects quar­reled with the cou­ple when buy­ing drinks and stabbed them dur­ing a sub­se­quent fight. One of the sus­pects is 27 years old; the other is 19. Both are from Sichuan prov­ince. Zhao, found relics that date to the Western Zhou Dy­nasty (11th cen­tury-771 BC) when they dug up a tree in their yard on Aug 2. They did not re­port the find to the au­thor­i­ties and in­stead tried to sell the bronze ar­ti­facts for 4 mil­lion yuan ($650,600). A 64-year-old man from Baoji re­cently com­pleted a 38-day mo­tor­cy­cle trip, trav­el­ing 12,000 kilo­me­ters to visit China’s north­ern­most and east­ern­most towns from his home­town, Huashang Daily re­ported on Thurs­day. Wang Jian­wei joined a mo­tor­cy­cle group with 10 mem­bers, of whom he was the el­dest, and be­gan the trip on July 11 from Shaanxi to Hei­longjiang prov­ince. He re­turned home safely on Aug 18.

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