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Panda returns to Sichuan after allegations of poor treatment
20th June 2018
A giant panda in a Wuhan zoo is being returned to China’s research center for giant pandas in Sichuan on Wednesday for "rest and recovery" after netizens claimed it was abused by a zookeeper.
 
The nose and paws, as well as the skin surrounding the eyes of giant panda Wei Wei, who lives in Wuhan City Zoo in Hubei Province, were found to have turned white, which netizens suspected was caused by a dirty environment and poor care.
 
The zoo director admitted problems in management and has suspended the panda's zookeeper, according to a statement on the zoo’s Weibo account Tuesday.
 
The zookeeper was filmed washing hair and smoking in a room where the panda’s food was stored, a netizen identified as "Chier2014" claimed on Weibo. Chier2014 also claimed the apples which the panda was fed were not fresh and had ants in them. 
 
Wei Wei, a 13-year-old male panda, is flying back to the China Conservation and Research Center for Giant Pandas in Sichuan on Wednesday for a "full rest and recovery," Wuhan Evening News reported.
 
Meanwhile, Wuhan Zoo is building a new panda pavilion with better facilities, which is expected to be completed in November.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 20, 2018
Panda returns to Sichuan after allegations of poor treatment
20th June 2018
A giant panda in a Wuhan zoo is being returned to China’s research center for giant pandas in Sichuan on Wednesday for "rest and recovery" after netizens claimed it was abused by a zookeeper.
 
The nose and paws, as well as the skin surrounding the eyes of giant panda Wei Wei, who lives in Wuhan City Zoo in Hubei Province, were found to have turned white, which netizens suspected was caused by a dirty environment and poor care.
 
The zoo director admitted problems in management and has suspended the panda's zookeeper, according to a statement on the zoo’s Weibo account Tuesday.
 
The zookeeper was filmed washing hair and smoking in a room where the panda’s food was stored, a netizen identified as "Chier2014" claimed on Weibo. Chier2014 also claimed the apples which the panda was fed were not fresh and had ants in them. 
 
Wei Wei, a 13-year-old male panda, is flying back to the China Conservation and Research Center for Giant Pandas in Sichuan on Wednesday for a "full rest and recovery," Wuhan Evening News reported.
 
Meanwhile, Wuhan Zoo is building a new panda pavilion with better facilities, which is expected to be completed in November.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 20, 2018
Qu Yuan commemorative stamps issued to mark Dragon Boat Festival
18th June 2018

 China Post held a ceremony to mark the issuing of a set of stamps commemorating Qu Yuan (340 - 278 B.C.) in his hometown, Zigui County in central China's Hubei Province, on Monday, the Dragon Boat Festival holiday.

 
The set of two stamps, together with a sheetlet, has pictures of Qu Yuan, a well-known Chinese poet and minister of the State of Chu during the Warring States Period between 475 and 221 B.C.
 
The stamps have a total face value of 8.4 yuan (US$1.3).
 
The Dragon Boat Festival commemorates the death of Qu, who drowned himself in the Miluo River after he was banished and accused of treason for his well-intended advice to the king.
 
Legend has it that upon learning of his death, locals raced boats to find his body in the river and dropped rice in the water in the hope that it would distract fish from eating Qu's body. These became traditions observed to this day.
 
China Post has previously issued stamps related to Qu Yuan in 1953 and 1994.
 
Zhao Yuguang, deputy general manager of China Post's Hubei branch, said that it is rare for ancient Chinese figures to be printed on stamps more than once and this shows people's respect of Qu's patriotism and noble personality
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 18, 2018
China economy stable as reform sustains growth
15th June 2018

 China’s economy enjoyed steady growth in May, largely due to solid industrial output and investment in the manufacturing sector.

 
The industrial output rose 6.8 percent year on year last month, 0.3 percentage points faster than the growth a year ago but 0.2 percentage points slower than a month earlier, data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed yesterday.
 
For the January-May period, industrial output grew 6.9 percent, flat from that in the first four months of the year.
 
The fundamentals of industrial production continued to improve and emerging industries were developing rapidly, said Jiang Yuan, industrial statistician at the bureau.
 
In terms of sectors, 36 of the 41 major sectors in industry maintained the growth momentum. Among them, electronics, pharmaceuticals, special equipment, computers, tobacco and fuel gas all posted double-digit growth.
 
Output of the equipment manufacturing industry and the high-technology industry advanced 9.4 percent and 12.3 percent, respectively, last month. The two sectors also grew 9.3 percent and 12 percent, respectively, for the January-May period. 
 
“The robust growth in emerging industries indicates the accelerated transferring of economic momentum with the deepening of the supply-side structural reforms,” said Mao Shengyong, spokesman for the statistics bureau. 
 
“In services industries, the modern service sector posted stronger development,” Mao added.
 
Mao also stressed that consumer demand continued to escalate, with investment in manufacturing growing at a faster pace.
 
The total retail sales of social consumer goods rose 8.5 percent year on year to 3.04 trillion yuan (US$475 billion) in May, 0.9 percentage points slower than April. 
 
But among them, goods related to consumer upgrading sustained rapid growth. Retail sales of communication equipment, cosmetics and petroleum rose 12.2 percent, 10.3 percent and 14 percent, respectively.
 
The country’s fixed-asset investment expanded 6.1 percent year on year in the first five months, down from 7 percent for the January-April period.
 
“The biggest drag on FAI here is infrastructure investment,” said Betty Wang, senior China economist at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group.
 
But Wang sees it as a relatively easy sector for the government to inject stimulus.
 
“Local governments are more restrained by the crackdown on debt, but if there is a very large downside risk to the economy, the government is fully capable of propping it up again,” she said.
 
In May, the job market remained steady, with the surveyed unemployment rate in urban areas at 4.8 percent, down 0.1 percentage points from April and 0.1 percentage points lower than a year earlier. The urban surveyed unemployment rate in 31 major cities was 4.7 percent, unchanged from the previous month.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 15, 2018

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