Underground man secures job
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.