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China buzz: 'Civil servant' police dog

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04-10-2016 06:02 BJT

"Civil servant" police dog

 'civil servant' police dog

Introducing the one and only 'civil servant' police dog: Jess.  Jess was seen being lectured by a police officer at a metro station in Shanghai, because he did not follow work procedures. A Weibo post dated April 6 captured this moment and said: "Civil servant is given a talking-to for following people around for fun". The official Weibo account of the city's police dog detachment later responded to the post, explaining that Jess, was "a bit mischievous while on duty" that day.

'civil servant' police dog

Loud English reader on bus

You may want to meet the enthusiatic English fan, utilizing every minute at hand for studying. This bus passenger was sounding out English phrases quite fluently. After other passengers expressed distaste, she retorted that they simply didn't understand. But before understanding the meaning of those English phrases, it's just as important to know the meaning of public order.

The season of catkins

Now is the season of catkins. Tourists visiting the capital will experience "snowing scenes" in the following days as pussy catkins from blossoming poplar and willow trees cover the whole city. Experts warn that catkins pose potential risks to traffic, people's health and the environment. Citizens are warned of asthma, allergies, and eye diseases caused by the fluffy white stuff. Experts say mid-April  will be the peak time for these snowing catkins.

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