Un­der­ground man se­cures job

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - NATION DIGEST -

Wang Xi­uqing, a farmer from He­bei prov­ince who lived in an un­der­ground util­ity com­part­ment for about 10 years, has got a job in a univer­sity, he told Bei­jing News on Sun­day. Wang said he will take the job, which comes with a salary of 3,000 to 4,000 yuan ($490 to $653), along with free meals and lodg­ing. Wang used to make a liv­ing wash­ing cars, and lived un­der­ground to save money so he could pay a fine of 60,000 yuan for vi­o­lat­ing the fam­ily plan­ning pol­icy and his chil­dren’s school­ing. in­spec­tions ac­cord­ing to a pre­ar­ranged sched­ule, of­fi­cials said. The ad­min­is­tra­tion has or­dered all ports to stop im­port­ing all cefmeta­zole pro­duced by the com­pany un­til it can en­sure the prod­uct meets stan­dards. Western-style hall into a hall for for­eign cul­tural relics, Shan Jixiang, the mu­seum’s cu­ra­tor, said at a sem­i­nar on Sun­day. It will be the first for­eign cul­tural relics ex­hi­bi­tion hall in China. he ar­rived at Guangzhou Baiyun In­ter­na­tional Air­port in Oc­to­ber. The 70-year-old as­sem­bly­man from Aichi pre­fec­ture de­nied traf­fick­ing drugs, say­ing he was help­ing a Nige­rian friend bring lug­gage to Shang­hai. The in­ves­ti­ga­tion is con­tin­u­ing. en­hance stu­dent de­vel­op­ment in pri­mary and sec­ondary schools. The sys­tems will use five cri­te­ria — ethics, stud­ies, phys­i­cal and men­tal health, spe­cial skills and work­loads — in se­lected ar­eas, in­clud­ing Shang­hai, Guangzhou and Shen­zhen, ac­cord­ing to an Ed­u­ca­tion Min­istry no­tice re­leased on Mon­day.

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