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foreigners should know! your items are being resold in wechat!

recently, some netizens reported on weibo that someone was hawking detained items in wechat group, claiming that these things were from beijing south railway station.

foreigners should know! your items are being resold in wechat!

until now, the trending hashtag #hawking security-detained items in wechat group#(微信群叫卖安检扣押物品) has received 195 million views in total.

foreigners should know! your items are being resold in wechat!

 

what does the transportation security administration officer do with all the items they seize during security checks? 

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sold in wechat

according to the screenshot, the seller set up a wechat group named “security-detained items”, with 56 members in total.

 

what they sold mostly were sunscreen sprays and moisturizing skin sprays.

foreigners should know! your items are being resold in wechat!

“a” told the reporter that, “this spray in a large bottle costs 15 rmb. you can choose the brand by yourself. if there are no brands needed, the seller can select the substitute for you. both wholesale and retail are available. it is cheaper to buy in bulk.”

foreigners should know! your items are being resold in wechat!

when a buyer has doubts about the authenticity of these goods, the seller will send a photo of the “notice of dangerous goods” to you.

 

foreigners should know! your items are being resold in wechat!

according to the regulations, the “notice of dangerous goods” should be stored together with the detained items, so that the seller can prove that these goods are indeed detained during the security check.

the group owner told us that, these goods are mainly from beijing south railway station and west station as well as beijing capital international airport. having already exceeded the “shelf period”, these goods are second-hand, but all in validity”, a buyer said.

foreigners should know! your items are being resold in wechat!

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chinese netizens

upon breaking out of this news, some said: “ i see my fixature, moisturizing skin spray, and …” 

foreigners should know! your items are being resold in wechat!

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foreign netizens

well, does this happened abroad?

one said, “it depends upon what it is. the primary rule is that tsa (federal government) cannot profit in any way from selling or otherwise disposing of the items. many items just go into the garbage, such as liquids. normally, items that can be resold are turned over to some state agency which may auction them to the public (see the previous answer).

 

foreigners should know! your items are being resold in wechat!

another wrote, “i’m going to answer from an eu perspective, although things might differ from country to country. everything that gets removed by airport security, considering the item was not of interest to police (i.e. items possession of which is illegal in the given country), is usually either disposed of (i.e. given over to garbage collection company for destruction or recycling, if possible), either it is kept by the airport for later use in training the security staff on detecting and handling of such items.”

foreigners should know! your items are being resold in wechat!

anyway, what netizens care about most is how to deal with these detained items?

actually, these detained items have its own processing flow, which is mustn’t be resold for a profit,” a relevant staff said, “notice of  dangerous goods isn’t necessarily 100% true.”

first complete 3d-printed heart! heart disease can be cured?

according to reuters, a team of israeli scientists has printed the world’s first complete 3d heart made with human tissue, which has been a huge advance in the treatment of heart disease.

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breakthrough

video shows a living heart being printed out, with clear veins.

until now, scientists have only been able to print basic tissues, without cells or blood vessels.

first complete 3d-printed heart! heart disease can be cured?

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this is the first time anyone anywhere has successfully engineered and printed an entire heart replete with cells, blood vessels, ventricles, and chambers,” said professor tal dvir, lead researcher on the study.

first complete 3d-printed heart! heart disease can be cured?

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people have managed to 3d-print the structure of a heart in the past, but not with cells or with blood vessels.

first complete 3d-printed heart! heart disease can be cured?

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obviously, it’s a small heart, about the size of a rabbit’s. but the researchers said the technology needed to print a human heart is the same.

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cardiovascular disease

in accordance with who, cardiovascular diseases take the lives of 17.9 million people every year, 31% of all global deaths.

first complete 3d-printed heart! heart disease can be cured?

triggering these diseases -which manifest primarily as heart attacks and strokes -are tobacco use, unhealthy diet, physical inactivity and the harmful use of alcohol.

first complete 3d-printed heart! heart disease can be cured?

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in england, cardiovascular disease accounts for 26% of all deaths, and many people wait for heart surgery. the breakthrough could reduce waiting times for surgery and save millions of lives around the world as patients no longer have to wait for a heart donor.

what’s more, compared with traditional organ transplants, the 3d-printed cells minimize the risk of rejection and complications because it comes from the patients themselves.

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hope

while it looks like a heart, structurally, it’s not yet functional and doesn’t pump. it is worth noting that this technology is still very far from being able to replace heart transplants. 

first complete 3d-printed heart! heart disease can be cured?

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the crucial next task, as prof. dvir says, is to teach them to behave like hearts; he explains that they “need to develop the printed heart further. the cells need to form a pumping ability; they can currently contract, but we need them to work together.”

there is still a long road ahead, but the researchers are excited about how far they have come.

 

 

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unexpected reactions to tragic fire at notre dame cathedral

while many people across the world were expressing their deep grief over the notre dame cathedral, which was engulfed by an inferno, chinese netizens have collectively responded by remembering a painful part of china’s history: the burning of the old summer palace.

unexpected reactions to tragic fire at notre dame cathedral

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paris

as news of the catastrophic fire that engulfed the notre dame cathedral in paris on monday made headlines across the world, the old summer palace (yuan ming yuan) suddenly became a trending topic on chinese social media.

unexpected reactions to tragic fire at notre dame cathedral

the trending weibo hashtag #notredamecathedrallargefire (#巴黎圣母院大火#) has received over 1.76 billion views, and over 6,610,000 discussions.

unexpected reactions to tragic fire at notre dame cathedral

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yuanmingyuan

for some, the old summer palace trend was an unexpected reaction to the notre dame blaze. 

unexpected reactions to tragic fire at notre dame cathedral

dominating sentiment in discussions on the notre dame blaze on chinese social media was that the burning of the old summer palace by the british and french force, almost 160 years ago, was actually more tragic than what happened in paris this week.

unexpected reactions to tragic fire at notre dame cathedral

one of the persons mentioning the old summer palace in relation to the burning of the notre dame, with the notre dame going up in flames is a good time to think about the yuanmingyuan, compared to the yuanmingyuan, the notre dame is just a garden.”

unexpected reactions to tragic fire at notre dame cathedral

unexpectedly, many people showed little sympathy for the burning of the notre dame, comparing it to the devastating blaze of 1860 that ruined the yuan ming yuan.

someone wrote: “a long time ago, a group of robbers set my backyard on fire and snatched away the countless precious treasures. now, their house is on fire. i am very sorry for the treasures, but the fire was not started by me.”

 

others wrote: i know i shouldn’t, but i cannot restrain myself: hahaha!”

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be rational

despite the general trend on weibo that puts the yuan ming yuan incident above the disaster, there were also voices criticizing this movement, and many people expressed their sadness over what happened to the historic cathedral.

unexpected reactions to tragic fire at notre dame cathedral

this just makes me tear up,” one commenter wrote, with others saying: “culture belongs to a nation, but also to the world. it just pains me to see these beautiful things disappear.” 

author zeng writes on weibo: “many people say they do not sympathize with the french. i just want to say that historical buildings are innocent: it’s only people who are guilty. also, when the yuan ming yuan was burned down by the british and french allied force, the french writer victor hugo condemned it. this is recorded in many documents. born in china today, we should be confident and objective.”

why these chinese workers take nap 50 meters above the ground?

in recent days, a video showing a group of workers napping 50 meters above the ground on a transmission tower in south china went viral on the internet.

in the video, filmed in chenzhou city in hunan province on april 5, several workers use safety ropes to tie themselves to the power pylon and take a nap hanging perilously high in the air.

the worker who filmed the dizzying clip said the team was taking a break from installing power lines, according to local reports.

 
 
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the worker from chenzhou, nicknamed xiao jiang, uploaded the clip on short video app kuaishou, where it immediately went viral.

why these chinese workers take nap 50 meters above the ground?

xiao jiang and his colleagues have to manually climb up the electricity pylon every day, according to beijing news.

some of the tallest steel towers he had worked on were more than 100 meters tall, he said.

since it’s really tiring to climb up the tower, we would only climb back down to the ground level for our lunch,” he told reporters“for short breaks like these, we would just stay on the tower and take a nap,” he added.

why these chinese workers take nap 50 meters above the ground?

it was really scary for me at first, but thanks to the safety harnesses, i got used to it pretty quickly,” he said.

why these chinese workers take nap 50 meters above the ground?

many net users voiced respect for the workers on social media while others voiced safety concerns.

 
 
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it’s okay to have a power outage – please just make sure you get home safely. your families are waiting for you,” one comment read on chinese microblogging site weibo.   

why these chinese workers take nap 50 meters above the ground?

“please be careful. arrive home safe,” another said.    

i have a fear of heights,” one person said. “i wouldn’t take that job even for 10,000 yuan a day!

you guys are heroes. please be safe!” another said. 

why these chinese workers take nap 50 meters above the ground?

 

 

 

 

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