Shijiazhuang Emergency Management Bureau was formally

December 26 (Reporter Zhang Yimeng) On the morning of December 26, 2018, Shijiazhuang City, Hebei Province, held the unveiling ceremony of the Emergency Management Bureau.

“We hold the unveiling ceremony of the Municipal Emergency Management Bureau here,

which marks the formal establishment of the newly established Municipal Emergency Management Bureau.” At the

unveiling ceremony, Li Xuerong, Standing Committee and Deputy Mayor of Shijiazhuang Municipal Committee, pointed out that the establishment

of the Shijiazhuang Emergency Management Bureau was an important decision made by the Shijiazhuang Municipal Committee to proceed from

the overall situation of the city’s reform and meet the needs of economic and social development. It was conducive to the formation of an emergency

management system with unified command, specificity, sensitivity, linkage between upstream and downstream, and the combination of peace and war

as soon as possible, and to The level of disaster reduction and relief is of great significance to the construction of emergency management system in the

new era, the protection of people’s lives and property safety, and the promotion of healthy and coordinated economic and social development.

“Shijiazhuang Emergency Management Bureau formally set up listing, which marks a new chapter in the cause of emergency management in our city.” On the spot, Party

Secretary of Shijiazhuang Emergency Management Bureau, Too Shengxian, pointed out that we should focus on the cause of emergency management,

continue to vigorously promote the excellent style of striving and forging ahead, respect each other, unite and cooperate, gather a strong joint force to

grasp implementation and achieve results, and make a benchmark in “striving for first-class, carrying the red flag”.

It is reported that according to the institutional reform plan of Shijiazhuang,

the Shijiazhuang Emergency Management Bureau has added the brand of Shijiazhuang Seismological Bureau.

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Haikou Customs recently announced a drug smuggling case,

Haikou Customs recently announced a drug smuggling case, seizing 3912.94

grams of such new drugs, known as stamps and candies. Six persons were arrested in the case. At present, the court has held a trial at first instance for some of the persons involved and made a conviction.

What is the situation of paralysis caused by drug abuse among foreign students? Where the Drug Sources of Overseas Students Come from

In March this year, customs inspectors at the Haikou Customs Post Office found some candy-like items in a batch of incoming mail from the United States, which attracted the attention of customs officers. The anti-smuggling Department of the customs immediately launched an investigation into the case clues. The recipient of the package, Zhang Mou, is a senior student in Beijing. A private investigator rushed to Beijing to catch him.

Haikou Customs Anti-smuggling Bureau Sanya Branch Anti-smuggling Police: “Zhang Mou, in addition to participating in Sanya radio syllables, he will also participate in many of the larger domestic radio syllables, the purpose of buying ecstasy is mainly used in domestic radio syllables to smoke.”

According to Zhang, these drugs were purchased from Qiu Mou, a Chinese student studying abroad in the United States through the Internet. The arresting personnel immediately launched the investigation and control of Qiu Mou.

What is the situation of paralysis caused by drug abuse among foreign students? Where the Drug Sources of Overseas Students Come fromshlf2019

What is the situation of paralysis caused by drug abuse among foreign students? Where the Drug Sources of Overseas Students Come from

What is the situation of paralysis caused by drug abuse among foreign students? Where the Drug Sources of Overseas Students Come from

Haikou Customs Anti-smuggling Bureau Sanya Branch Anti-smuggling Police: “Qiu Mou was captured when she returned to Shanghai Pudong Airport in May this year, and found a large number of new drugs in her luggage. For example, there are cannabis fume, poisonous stamps, ecstasy, and some drugs like fudge.

Qiu said that her drug originated from Canadian Chinese “Brother Z”. In July, “Brother Z” was caught by seized persons after he traveled from Canada to Beijing carrying drugs.

Haikou Customs Anti-smuggling Bureau Sanya Branch Anti-smuggling Police: “In Canada, in addition to his own work as a chef, the main source of income is the sale of drugs. He returned home this time because of the short period of economic tension, so he took the risk of bringing this new batch of drugs home for sale.shlf1314

According to Brother Z’s confession, the arresting officer grasped the situation of his offline personnel in China, and four of them were arrested successively.ash1314

Drug Smuggling and Paralysis Caused by Drug Addiction by Foreign Students

Drug abuse can cause great harm to human body and mind, and the harm to human body is often irreversible. Qiu Mou, the person involved in this case, was paralyzed by drug addiction while studying in the United States. At present,

he can only spend his life in a wheelchair. Qiu,

a 23-year-old senior studying in the United States,

told reporters that her first contact

was nitrous oxide, known as laughter.

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Hence it was that, though this Li Wan still continued

Hence it was that, though this Li Wan still continued, after the loss of her mate, while she was as yet in the spring of her life, to live amidst affluence and luxury,

she nevertheless resembled in every respect a block of rotten wood or dead ashes. She had no inclination whatsoever to inquire after anything or to listen to anything; while her sole and exclusive thought was to wait upon her relatives and educate her son; and, in addition to this, to teach her young sisters-in-law to do needlework and to read aloud.

Tai-yü was, it is true, at this period living as a guest in the Chia mansion, where she certainly had the several young ladies to associate with her, but, outside her aged father, (she thought) there was really no need for her to extend affection to any of the rest.

But we will now speak of Chia Yü-ts’un. Having obtained the appointment of Prefect of Ying T’ien, he had no sooner arrived at his post than a charge of manslaughter was laid before his court. This had arisen from some rivalry between two parties in the purchase of a slave-girl, either of whom would not yield his right; with the result that a serious assault occurred, which ended in homicide.

Yü-ts’un had, with all promptitude, the servants of the plaintiffs brought before him, and subjected them to an examination.

“The victim of the assault,” the plaintiffs deposed, “was your servants’ master. Having on a certain day, purchased a servant-girl, she unexpectedly turned out to

be a girl who had been carried away and sold by a kidnapper. This kidnapper had,

first of all, got hold of our family’s money, and our master had given out that he would on the third day, which was a propitious day, take her over into the house, but this kidnapper stealthily sold her over again to the Hsüeh family.

When we came to know of this, we went in search of the seller to lay hold of him, and bring back the girl by force. But the Hsüeh party has been all along the bully of Chin Ling, full of confidence in his wealth,

full of presumption on account of his prestige; and his arrogant menials in a body seized our master and beat him to death. The murderous master and his crew

have all long ago made good their escape, leaving no trace behind them, while there only remain several parties not concerned in the affair. Your servants have

for a whole year lodged complaints, but there has been no one to do our cause justice,

and we therefore implore your Lordship to have the bloodstained criminals arrested,

and thus conduce to the maintenance of humanity and benevolence; and the living,

as well as the dead,

will feel boundless gratitude for this heavenly bounty.”

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“Quite so; that’s just my idea!” replied Yü-ts’un

“Quite so; that’s just my idea!” replied Yü-ts’un; “I’ve not as yet let you know that after my degradation from office, I spent the last couple of years in travelling for pleasure all over each province, and that I also myself came across two

extraordinary youths. This is why, when a short while back you alluded to this Pao-yü, I at once conjectured, with a good deal of certainty, that he must be a

human being of the same stamp. There’s no need for me to speak of any farther than the walled city of Chin Ling. This Mr. Chen was, by imperial appointment, named Principal of the Government Public College of the Chin Ling province. Do you perhaps know him?”

“Who doesn’t know him?” remarked Tzu-hsing. “This Chen family is an old

connection of the Chia family. These two families were on terms of great intimacy, and I myself likewise enjoyed the pleasure of their friendship for many a day.”

“Last year, when at Chin Ling,” Yü-ts’un continued with a smile, “some one recommended me as resident tutor to the school in the Chen mansion; and when I moved into it I saw for myself the state of things. Who would ever think that that

household was grand and luxurious to such a degree! But they are an affluent family, and withal full of propriety, so that a school like this was of course not one easy to obtain. The pupil, however, was, it is true, a young tyro, but far more

troublesome to teach than a candidate for the examination of graduate of the

second degree. Were I to enter into details, you would indeed have a laugh. ‘I

must needs,’ he explained, ‘have the company of two girls in my studies to enable me to read at all, and to keep likewise my brain clear. Otherwise, if left to myself,

my head gets all in a muddle.’ Time after time, he further expounded to his youn

attendants, how extremely honourable and extremely pure were the two words representing woman, that they are more valuable and precious than the

auspicious animal, the felicitous bird, rare flowers and uncommon plants. ‘You may not’ (he was wont to say),

‘on any account heedlessly utter them,

you set of foul mouths and filthy tongues! these two

words are of the utmost import!

Whenever you have occasion to allude

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“Quite so; that’s just my idea!” replied Yü-ts’un

“Quite so; that’s just my idea!” replied Yü-ts’un; “I’ve not as yet let you know that after my degradation from office, I spent the last couple of years in travelling for pleasure all over each province, and that I also myself came across two

extraordinary youths. This is why, when a short while back you alluded to this Pao-yü, I at once conjectured, with a good deal of certainty, that he must be a

human being of the same stamp. There’s no need for me to speak of any farther than the walled city of Chin Ling. This Mr. Chen was, by imperial appointment, named Principal of the Government Public College of the Chin Ling province. Do you perhaps know him?”

“Who doesn’t know him?” remarked Tzu-hsing. “This Chen family is an old

connection of the Chia family. These two families were on terms of great intimacy, and I myself likewise enjoyed the pleasure of their friendship for many a day.”

“Last year, when at Chin Ling,” Yü-ts’un continued with a smile, “some one recommended me as resident tutor to the school in the Chen mansion; and when I moved into it I saw for myself the state of things. Who would ever think that that

household was grand and luxurious to such a degree! But they are an affluent family, and withal full of propriety, so that a school like this was of course not one easy to obtain. The pupil, however, was, it is true, a young tyro, but far more

troublesome to teach than a candidate for the examination of graduate of the

second degree. Were I to enter into details, you would indeed have a laugh. ‘I

must needs,’ he explained, ‘have the company of two girls in my studies to enable me to read at all, and to keep likewise my brain clear. Otherwise, if left to myself,

my head gets all in a muddle.’ Time after time, he further expounded to his youn

attendants, how extremely honourable and extremely pure were the two words representing woman, that they are more valuable and precious than the

auspicious animal, the felicitous bird, rare flowers and uncommon plants. ‘You may not’ (he was wont to say),

‘on any account heedlessly utter them,

you set of foul mouths and filthy tongues! these two

words are of the utmost import!

Whenever you have occasion to allude

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of the capital, foolishly hobnobbing with all the Taoist priests

of the capital, foolishly hobnobbing with all the Taoist priests. This Mr. Chen had also a son, Chia Jung, who is, at this period, just in his sixteenth year. Mr. Ching

gives at present no attention to anything at all, so that Mr. Chen naturally devotes no time to his studies, but being bent upon nought else but incessant high

pleasure, he has subversed the order of things in the Ning Kuo mansion, and yet no one can summon the courage to come and hold him in check. But I’ll now tell

you about the Jung mansion for your edification. The strange occurrence, to which I alluded just now, came about in this manner. After the demise of the Jung

duke, the eldest son, Chia Tai-shan, inherited the rank. He took to himself as wife, the daughter of Marquis Shih, a noble family of Chin Ling, by whom he had two

sons; the elder being Chia She, the younger Chia Cheng. This Tai Shan is now dead long ago; but his wife is still alive, and the elder son, Chia She, succeeded

to the degree. He is a man of amiable and genial disposition, but he likewise gives no thought to the direction of any domestic concern. The second son Chia

Cheng displayed, from his early childhood, a great liking for books, and grew up to be correct and upright in character. His grandfather doated upon him, and

would have had him start in life through the arena of public examinations, but,

when least expected, Tai-shan, being on the point of death, bequeathed a petition, which was laid before the Emperor. His Majesty, out of regard for his

former minister, issued immediate commands that the elder son should inherit the estate, and further inquired how many sons there were besides him, all of whom

he at once expressed a wish to be introduced in his imperial presence. His Majesty, moreover, displayed exceptional favour, and conferred upon Mr. Cheng

the brevet rank of second class Assistant Secretary (of a Board), and commanded him to enter the Board to acquire the necessary experience. He has already now been promoted to the office of second class Secretary. This Mr. Cheng’s wife, nèe Wang, first gave birth to a son called Chia Chu, who became a

Licentiate in his fourteenth year. At barely twenty, he married, but fell ill and died soon after the birth of a son. Her (Mrs. Cheng’s) second child was a daughter,

who came into the world, by a strange coincidence, on the first day of the year. She had an unexpected (pleasure) in the birth, the succeeding year, of another son, who, still more remarkable to say, had, at the time of his birth, a piece of

variegated and crystal-like brilliant jade in his mouth, on which were yet visible the outlines of several characters. Now,

tell me, was not this a novel and strange occurrence? eh?”

“Strange indeed!”

exclaimed Yü-ts’un with a smile;

“but I presume the coming experiences of this being will not be mean.”

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of the capital, foolishly hobnobbing with all the Taoist priests

of the capital, foolishly hobnobbing with all the Taoist priests. This Mr. Chen had also a son, Chia Jung, who is, at this period, just in his sixteenth year. Mr. Ching

gives at present no attention to anything at all, so that Mr. Chen naturally devotes no time to his studies, but being bent upon nought else but incessant high

pleasure, he has subversed the order of things in the Ning Kuo mansion, and yet no one can summon the courage to come and hold him in check. But I’ll now tell

you about the Jung mansion for your edification. The strange occurrence, to which I alluded just now, came about in this manner. After the demise of the Jung

duke, the eldest son, Chia Tai-shan, inherited the rank. He took to himself as wife, the daughter of Marquis Shih, a noble family of Chin Ling, by whom he had two

sons; the elder being Chia She, the younger Chia Cheng. This Tai Shan is now dead long ago; but his wife is still alive, and the elder son, Chia She, succeeded

to the degree. He is a man of amiable and genial disposition, but he likewise gives no thought to the direction of any domestic concern. The second son Chia

Cheng displayed, from his early childhood, a great liking for books, and grew up to be correct and upright in character. His grandfather doated upon him, and

would have had him start in life through the arena of public examinations, but,

when least expected, Tai-shan, being on the point of death, bequeathed a petition, which was laid before the Emperor. His Majesty, out of regard for his

former minister, issued immediate commands that the elder son should inherit the estate, and further inquired how many sons there were besides him, all of whom

he at once expressed a wish to be introduced in his imperial presence. His Majesty, moreover, displayed exceptional favour, and conferred upon Mr. Cheng

the brevet rank of second class Assistant Secretary (of a Board), and commanded him to enter the Board to acquire the necessary experience. He has already now been promoted to the office of second class Secretary. This Mr. Cheng’s wife, nèe Wang, first gave birth to a son called Chia Chu, who became a

Licentiate in his fourteenth year. At barely twenty, he married, but fell ill and died soon after the birth of a son. Her (Mrs. Cheng’s) second child was a daughter,

who came into the world, by a strange coincidence, on the first day of the year. She had an unexpected (pleasure) in the birth, the succeeding year, of another son, who, still more remarkable to say, had, at the time of his birth, a piece of

variegated and crystal-like brilliant jade in his mouth, on which were yet visible the outlines of several characters. Now,

tell me, was not this a novel and strange occurrence? eh?”

“Strange indeed!”

exclaimed Yü-ts’un with a smile;

“but I presume the coming experiences of this being will not be mean.”

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Among the natives of this district bamboo fences and wooden

Among the natives of this district bamboo fences and wooden partitions were in general use,

and these too proved a source of calamity so ordained by fate (to consummate this decree).

With promptness (the fire) extended to two buildings, then enveloped three, then dragged four (into ruin),

and then spread to five houses, until the whole street was in a blaze, resembling the flames of a volcano.

Though both the military and the people at once ran to the rescue, the fire had already assumed a serious hold,

so that it was impossible for them to afford any effective assistance for its suppression.

It blazed away straight through the night, before it was extinguished, and consumed, there is in fact no saying how many dwelling houses.

Anyhow, pitiful to relate, the Chen house, situated as it was next door to the temple, was, at an early part of the evening,

reduced to a heap of tiles and bricks; and nothing but the lives of that couple and several inmates of the family did not sustain any injuries.

Shih-yin was in despair, but all he could do was to stamp his feet and heave deep sighs. After consulting with his wife,

they betook themselves to a farm of theirs, where they took up their quarters temporarily. But as it happened that water had of late years been scarce,

and no crops been reaped, robbers and thieves had sprung up like bees, and though the Government troops were bent upon their capture,

it was anyhow difficult to settle down

quietly on the farm. He therefore had no other resource than to convert, at a loss,

the whole of his property into money,

and to take his wife and two servant girls and come over for shelter to the house of his father-in-law.

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Among the natives of this district bamboo fences and wooden

Among the natives of this district bamboo fences and wooden partitions were in general use,

and these too proved a source of calamity so ordained by fate (to consummate this decree).

With promptness (the fire) extended to two buildings, then enveloped three, then dragged four (into ruin),

and then spread to five houses, until the whole street was in a blaze, resembling the flames of a volcano.

Though both the military and the people at once ran to the rescue, the fire had already assumed a serious hold,

so that it was impossible for them to afford any effective assistance for its suppression.

It blazed away straight through the night, before it was extinguished, and consumed, there is in fact no saying how many dwelling houses.

Anyhow, pitiful to relate, the Chen house, situated as it was next door to the temple, was, at an early part of the evening,

reduced to a heap of tiles and bricks; and nothing but the lives of that couple and several inmates of the family did not sustain any injuries.

Shih-yin was in despair, but all he could do was to stamp his feet and heave deep sighs. After consulting with his wife,

they betook themselves to a farm of theirs, where they took up their quarters temporarily. But as it happened that water had of late years been scarce,

and no crops been reaped, robbers and thieves had sprung up like bees, and though the Government troops were bent upon their capture,

it was anyhow difficult to settle down

quietly on the farm. He therefore had no other resource than to convert, at a loss,

the whole of his property into money,

and to take his wife and two servant girls and come over for shelter to the house of his father-in-law.

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of the capital, foolishly hobnobbing with all the Taoist priests

of the capital, foolishly hobnobbing with all the Taoist priests. This Mr. Chen had also a son, Chia Jung, who is, at this period, just in his sixteenth year. Mr. Ching

gives at present no attention to anything at all, so that Mr. Chen naturally devotes no time to his studies, but being bent upon nought else but incessant high

pleasure, he has subversed the order of things in the Ning Kuo mansion, and yet no one can summon the courage to come and hold him in check. But I’ll now tell

you about the Jung mansion for your edification. The strange occurrence, to which I alluded just now, came about in this manner. After the demise of the Jung

duke, the eldest son, Chia Tai-shan, inherited the rank. He took to himself as wife, the daughter of Marquis Shih, a noble family of Chin Ling, by whom he had two

sons; the elder being Chia She, the younger Chia Cheng. This Tai Shan is now dead long ago; but his wife is still alive, and the elder son, Chia She, succeeded

to the degree. He is a man of amiable and genial disposition, but he likewise gives no thought to the direction of any domestic concern. The second son Chia

Cheng displayed, from his early childhood, a great liking for books, and grew up to be correct and upright in character. His grandfather doated upon him, and

would have had him start in life through the arena of public examinations, but,

when least expected, Tai-shan, being on the point of death, bequeathed a petition, which was laid before the Emperor. His Majesty, out of regard for his

former minister, issued immediate commands that the elder son should inherit the estate, and further inquired how many sons there were besides him, all of whom

he at once expressed a wish to be introduced in his imperial presence. His Majesty, moreover, displayed exceptional favour, and conferred upon Mr. Cheng

the brevet rank of second class Assistant Secretary (of a Board), and commanded him to enter the Board to acquire the necessary experience. He has already now been promoted to the office of second class Secretary. This Mr. Cheng’s wife, nèe Wang, first gave birth to a son called Chia Chu, who became a

Licentiate in his fourteenth year. At barely twenty, he married, but fell ill and died soon after the birth of a son. Her (Mrs. Cheng’s) second child was a daughter,

who came into the world, by a strange coincidence, on the first day of the year. She had an unexpected (pleasure) in the birth, the succeeding year, of another son, who, still more remarkable to say, had, at the time of his birth, a piece of

variegated and crystal-like brilliant jade in his mouth, on which were yet visible the outlines of several characters. Now,

tell me, was not this a novel and strange occurrence? eh?”

“Strange indeed!”

exclaimed Yü-ts’un with a smile;

“but I presume the coming experiences of this being will not be mean.”

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