Updated story: Registration closed October 10th, 2017 for the Shenzhen Bao'an International Marathon where runners have a chance to win up to 50,000 RMB. The marathon will be held on Sunday December 3rd from 8am to 2pm. Thousands of runners are expected to participate; including hundreds of foreign runners.
Routes: Red = Full Marathon. Blue = Half Marathon. Green = Run for Fun
Registration is now closed for this event.
The following prizes will be awarded to the top runners in the full marathon:
The following prizes will be awarded to the top runners in the half marathon (CNY):
There are no prizes awarded in the run for fun.
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UPDATED 10:20pm: A spokeswoman for the airline has now reported that it was a piece of loading equipment that caught fire while it was preparing to put cargo in the hold of the plane, the Washington Post reports. The container that was on the loading equipment also caught fire in the process, said Martha Thomas, a spokeswoman for the airline. She added that the airline was looking into the cause of the mechanical issue that triggered the fire.
Original article below
At around 5 o’clock this afternoon, American Airlines plane AA192 caught fire at the Hong Kong International Airport. According to Chinese newspaper Global Times, baggage handlers claim the fir ...
You may have seen, or at least heard about, shared umbrellas popping up around China back in April. They seemed to have appeared overnight, hanging on fences and railings around the city.
Like MoBikes, E Umbrellas didn't have docking stations. Instead, each umbrella had its own lock for which you could get the combination by scanning the QR code. Seemed easy enough; however, within a few weeks E Umbrella reportedly "lost" most of the initial 300,000 umbrellas they made available; costing them millions of yuan.
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Now a new docked shared umbrella service has recently made its way to Shekou. We ran into a bunch of these JJ伞 (Pinyin: San, meaning umbrella) in Sept ...