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Death toll rises to 11 after a minibus fell into a river in Southwest China's Sichuan province on Thursday, local authorities said Friday. The minibus crashed through the barriers on a bridge in Yilong county of Nanchong city and fell into the river.
Six passengers were killed when a minibus plunged into a river in southwest China's Sichuan Province today. The 20-seat minibus veered off the road, broke the guardrail and fell into the river in Yilong County of Nanchong City, police said.
A chengguan , or urban patrol officer, in Nanchong, Sichuan province, has been suspended from duty without pay for two months after photos of him having his shoes polished during work hours were posted online and aroused criticism, China National
An 8-year-old girl died after being thrown into the Jialing River by an unknown man in Nanchong, Sichuan province, while walking with her grandmother on Jan 24. Police have detained the man and are still waiting for evaluation results on his mental
A woman who works in Beijing cycled more than 2,000 kilometers to return to her hometown in Nanchong, Sichuan province, for Spring Festival, West China Metropolis Daily reported on Tuesday. Jia Yanmei, 26, started her bicycle trip on Jan 11 from
13 December 2013 0 View comments A furious Chinese father went perhaps a little too far when he stripped his truant son to his underwear, tied him to a tree in a busy street, and whipped him. The nine-year-old from Nanchong, in south-west China's
XIN ( China Daily) Inland provinces are holding job fairs to attract migrant workers home to work, leading enterprises in coastal manufacturing hubs to fear increasingly serious labor shortages. Zhang Hongbo returned to his hometown Nanchong in
Shanghai ( China Daily) China will shiver as Spring Festival begins, with a strong cold snap sweeping across the country on Wednesday, dumping heavy snow on most southern regions and challenging the millions who are traveling home. The lowest
XIN ( China Daily) Many inland provinces are successfully attracting migrants from coastal manufacturing hubs, raising fears of a more serious labor shortage in coming years. One worker who found a new life at home is Ren Min, who had worked in toy
Nine decades after they first became man and wife in China, the still-happy couple, Wu Conghan, 101, and his wife Wu Sognshi, 103, have gotten around to taking wedding photos. The pair, married for 88 years, sat for photos recently, recreating their