Lucky license plate under investigation
A Shaanxi-based license plate is under police investigation after appearing on five different sports utility vehicles. The plate number contains five “8”s, which is considered to be “great fortune” in traditional Chinese culture. Online pictures show that the plate has been used in Yulin on five different SUVs made by four different automakers. Yulin police said onWeibo that the plate’s use on two vehicles is registered, including the original registration and a transfer, but the remaining three cases are suspected to be illegal and the vehicles are unaccounted for. collect walnuts when he accidentally disturbed a wasp nest. He was attacked by a swarm of wasps before being led indoors by his wife. Although he was taken to hospital, doctors were unable to prevent him from dying. According to Tan Jiangli, an expert from Northwest University in Xi’an, case studies show that about 67 percent of people die from wasp attacks if not effectively treated within one hour of being stung. money had been stolen. Zhang was instructed to hide the spoils, but handed over his own money as collateral, later realizing that the “spoils” in his hand was symbolic paper money. Zhang went to the police and reported the thieves, who were eventually caught two months later. The suspects admitted taking advantage of Zhang.
John B Turner, an exhibition planner from New Zealand, poses with visitors at the 16th Pingyao International Photography Festival in Pingyao, Shanxi province, on Monday. The annual event, which opened on Monday, has attracted 2,281 photographers from 33 countries and regions.