Guang­dong hot­line to han­dle 11.11 prob­lems

China Daily (USA) - - NEWS CAPSULE -

A prov­ince has taken the lead in the coun­try to open a spe­cial hot­line to help han­dle the com­plaints from con­sumers who shop on­line on the Sin­gles Day on Nov 11.

The Guang­dong Con­sumers Coun­cil will han­dle com­plaints in­volv­ing on­line fraud, poor qual­ity, un­fair trade and re­lated prob­lems that ne­ti­zens may face.

Guang­dong, one of the coun­try’s eco­nomic pow­er­houses, is a big prov­ince in terms of on­line busi­ness.

The coun­cil has also es­tab­lished spe­cial task forces to help pre­vent and deal with the con­flicts be­tween con­sumers and sellers and help cre­ate a safe and har­mo­nious on­line busi­ness en­vi­ron­ment for the Sin­gles Day.


A liq­uid that may be aged rice wine has been dis­cov­ered in a bronze pot un­earthed from a West­ern Han Dy­nasty (202 BC to AD 8) tomb in He­nan prov­ince. The liq­uid will un­dergo lab tests to de­ter­mine its in­gre­di­ents. Aged rice wine has been found in other tombs dat­ing back to the West­ern Han pe­riod.

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