A library located in one of Tianjin, China’s tallest buildings has recently hired seven new cat employees or “intern curators,” to help comfort visitors who had been stuck inside their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The announcement came from Wang Yan, the vice-general manager of the 415.2 meters (1,362 feet) landmark in Tianjin, according to China Daily.
A desperate octogenarian in Tianjin, northern China, has taken his search for a “loving” family to fliers so that he won’t end up dying alone in a nursing home.
In handwritten ads posted around the city, Han, 85, promised that he’s strong-bodied and can cook, shop, and take care of himself, noting that he has no chronic diseases.
More than 70% of the companies recently investigated by the Chinese Ministry of Environmental Protection failed to meet the government’s emission standards and regulations.
A total of 13,785 companies in 28 different cities across the Jing-Jin-Ji area (Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei) were found to be partly or completely ignoring strict limitations on harmful emissions that were set to keep the environment clean, according to Shanghaiist.
Two children aged between 2-3 years old fell from a courtyard on the fourth floor of a Chinese shopping mall in Tianjin on Sunday night and died instantly.
The incident happened around 9 p.m. when an unidentified parent was holding the two children near to a glass barrier at the side of the courtyard four storeys up.