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Dameisha Beach to Charge Entrance Fees to Limit Number of Visitors

Dameisha Beach to Charge Entrance Fees to Limit Number of Visitors

The district government of Yantian is planning to charge an entrance fee for peak seasons in efforts to reduce the amount of visitors and protect the environment in Dameisha Beach. The water quality in Dameisha Beach recently failed test for three consecutive weeks in June as huge number is visitors has went to the beach. [...]

Aug 15 2014, 7:35 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

New Drafted Regulations Seeking Public Opinion

New Drafted Regulations Seeking Public Opinion

The city is now asking for public opinion on the new drafted regulations that are aimed to improve the environment in the city. The drafted rule will cover various environmental issues ranging from the city’s ecological lines, genetically modified food, green buildings and other measures that will collect compensation for construction on the damages that [...]

Aug 14 2014, 7:33 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Users of Instant Messaging Tools Required to Register Real Identities

Users of Instant Messaging Tools Required to Register Real Identities

According to China’s top cyber watchdog, all users of the popular instant tools such as WeChat must now register using their full names and those unlicensed accounts will be suspended and banned from publishing or forwarding any news. The State Internet Information Office has listed ten regulations that will tighten the management of instant messaging [...]

Aug 8 2014, 9:36 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Migration Reforms to Help More than 100 Million Rural Workers in the Country

Migration Reforms to Help More than !00 Million Rural Workers in the Country

To push it urbanization program the city is ensuring an orderly migration of some 100 million rural workers in the city by 2020 by expanding its social welfare and giving more job opportunities. Chinese leaders promised to loosen its grip on hukou or residence registration by trying to remove obstacles in their urbanization drive. This [...]

Jul 31 2014, 7:33 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Schools and Offices told to Adjust Schedules Based on New Weather Plan

Schools and Offices told to Adjust Schedules Based on New Weather Plan

The municipal government of Beijing is advising all employers, middle and elementary schools to be flexible in the scheduling of work and classes especially when confronted with extreme weather such as heavy rainstorms based on a new emergency response plan that was released on Wednesday. When the red alert is issued the most serious warning [...]

Jul 18 2014, 9:42 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Traffic Laws to Undergo Revisions to Increase Penalties

Traffic Laws to Undergo Revisions to Increase Penalties

The city will be amending two of its major traffic laws and strengthen the penalties for violations in hopes to further curb reckless driving. Traffic authorities are now soliciting public opinion on the planned revision laws until Tuesday then they will be submitting the revision to the city legislature for approval. Drivers who join street [...]

Jul 11 2014, 7:34 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Two Countries Inked Deal that will Create Climate Policy

Two Countries Inked Deal that will Create Climate Policy

Last Tuesday China and the United States has signed eight partnership agreements that will cut greenhouse gases and bring the world’s two largest carbon emitters closer together on creating a climate policy. The agreements involves companies and research institutes that was signed in Beijing two days ahead of a planned visit of top Obama administration [...]

Jul 10 2014, 9:38 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Pilot Program of Banning the Sales of Live Poultry to be Fully Implemented this July

Pilot Program of Banning the Sales of Live Poultry to be Fully Implemented this July

The city’s pilot program that will ban the selling of live poultry in Futian will be fully implemented by July 10. Yesterday was the frist day that the ban took effect, still some residents said that live poultry are still sold in some markets found in the district. To see the full effect of the [...]

Jul 2 2014, 8:37 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Expressway Traffic Saw Minor Kinks as Tollgates were Unified

Expressway Traffic Saw Minor Kinks as Tollgates were Unified

Once the toll collection system was unified on Guangdong expressways smoother traffic was seen on the first day it was implemented. Around 16 tollgates and 17 identification stations were scrapped during the unification. The unification of the tollgates was expected to improve the traffic efficiency which turns out successfully and drivers only need to pay [...]

Jul 1 2014, 8:36 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

City to Officially Start Collection of Parking Fees in July

City to Officially Start Collection Parking Fees in July

By July 8, the city will officially start its collection of roadside parking fees and giving its residents a grace period of one week to familiarize themselves with the new parking rules and payment schemes. In July 1st the rules on roadside parking will take effect and drivers can load up their accounts by checking [...]

Jun 26 2014, 8:40 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

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