201 peo­ple ar­rested in in­fringe­ment of per­sonal in­for­ma­tion case

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Bei­jing:

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.

Xin­hua

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.

Xin­hua

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