201 people arrested in infringement of personal information case
Chinese Police have arrested 201 suspects in an infringement of citizen’s personal information case, the Ministry of Public Security said on Sunday. The case sprawled 25 provincial regions across China. Police in the northeastern province of Liaoning had gathered large amounts of details regarding the trade of citizen’s personal information nationwide ever since looking into a specific case in November 2015, leading to the ministry to set up a special investigating team to deal with the case.
Tibetan singer Sangye Tashi graduated from a Beijing conservatory of music, but has abandoned his stage career to sing for the dying in Changsha, as a social worker.
Dressed in Tibetan cloak, Sangye Tashi’s job is to relieve the suffering of cancer patients with his singing and provide end-of-life care to elderly patients haunted by bodily pains, fear of death and loneliness. At the Carnation Geriatric Hospital in a northwestern suburb of Changsha, Sangye Tashi avoids the term of “endof-life” when asked to describe his job. “Our job is to love and accompany,” he said. Hospices emerged in China only a few years ago and have been welcomed by the public.