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City to Implement Hunting Ban to Protect City’s Wildlife

City to Implement Hunting Ban to Protect City's Wildlife

The Shenzhen Municipal Government has released a regulation that will ban the hunting of wild animals starting July 1st in all parts of the city. the ban stated that everyone is banned from killing and hunting any wild animals and from destroying its habitats especially those found within the city’s jurisdiction. The ban takes effect [...]

Jun 20 2014, 7:33 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Macau Adjusts Entry Requirements to Control Overstaying Tourists

Macau Adjusts Entry Requirements to Control Overstaying Tourists

In a recent bid to control visitors in overstaying in the territory, Macau tightened their entry requirements to mainland tourists in which the new ruling will cut the maximum stay for a holder of a Chinese passport in transit in Macao from seven down to five days. The new ruling will take effect on July [...]

Jun 18 2014, 9:45 am | Posted in Visas | Read More »

UK to Simplify Visa Restrictions to Attract More Visitors

UK to Simplify Visa Restrictions to Attract More Visitors

To further attract Chinese tourists and business people into the United Kingdom, Britain is planning to simplify and loosen its visa applications. The decision to simplify restrictions came after Premier Li Keqiang was scheduled to visit Britain. Insiders said that the premier’s visit to the United Kingdom will include discussions about the visa policy. Then [...]

Jun 17 2014, 7:32 am | Posted in Visas | Read More »

Monitoring Tightened on Roads Near Schools to Ensure Student Safety

Monitoring Tightened on Roads Near Schools to Ensure Student Safety

To ensure the safety of students the city traffic police will further tighten its monitoring on five roads that are found near four schools including the Shenzhen Primary School. The roads will include Renmin North Road which is found between Saibu Road and Lixin Road, then monitoring will continue Lixin Road, Xinyuan Road, Baijinli Road [...]

Jun 10 2014, 8:37 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

City to Implement Noise Restriction During Examinations

City to Implement Noise Restriction During Examinations

According to the city’s human settlements and environmental commission, from Saturday until Monday the city will be implementing noise restrictions during the key exams namely the National College Entrance Examinations and the senior high school entrance examinations which will be held on June 21 to 22. Making noise will not be allowed within a 500 [...]

Jun 5 2014, 8:45 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

Police Installs Monitoring Cameras on Ambulances to Encourage Drivers to Yield

Police Installs Monitoring Camers on Ambulances to Encourage Drivers to Yield

In a move done by the traffic police to encourage more drivers to yield for ambulances, four city ambulances were installed monitoring cameras that are connected to the sirens of ambulances and are being remotely controlled and monitored by the police. The police can see the license plates by and calculate the time as soon [...]

Jun 5 2014, 7:34 am | Posted in Civil,Featured | Read More »

China to Expect 2 Million Babies to be Added as One Child Policy is Loosen

China to Expect 2 Million Babies to be Added as One Child Policy is Loosen

Health officials stated that due to the loosening of the country’s one child birth limit that will allow more couples to have another child result to the country to prepare for an estimated 2 million extra babies born every year. In 1980 the government introduced the birth limits in their effort to curb population growth [...]

Jun 4 2014, 9:40 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

China to Lower Requirements of Green Card Policy

China to Lower Requirements of Green Card Policy

In hopes to attract more foreign talent into the country, China will be lowering its application requirements and approval threshold as the country relaxes its U.S. style green card policy. Authorities are more discussing several revisions on the regulation on awarding permanent residency permits to foreigner and adding more flexible application standards. The green card [...]

Jun 3 2014, 7:33 am | Posted in Visas | Read More »

Regular Anti Smoking Implementation Period Starts Today

Regular Anti Smoking Implementation Period Starts Today

Since the city implemented the revised anti smoking law took effect in March law enforcers have fined more than 1,519 individuals and collected more than 75,000 yuan. According to the anti smoking law, smoking is banned in indoor workplaces, restaurants, public buildings and public transportation. Those caught were fined between 50 to 500 yuan and [...]

Jun 2 2014, 7:33 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

China to Raise Tobacco Taxes in Efforts to Protect Minors from Smoking

China to Raise Tobacco Taxes in Efforts to Protect Minors from Smoking

In the latest efforts of the country to protect children from smoking, China has announced that it will be raising taxes of tobacco. The move is meant to deter younger people to be less likely to be exposed to second hand smoke. The National Health and Family Planning Commission said that several comprehensive measures will [...]

May 30 2014, 9:37 am | Posted in Civil | Read More »

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