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The Golden Triangle, which straddles Laos, Myanmar and Thailand, accounts for nearly
85 percent of the drugs illegally consumed in China, according to the Ministry of Public Security.
Last year, Chinese police seized 29.6 metric tons of dru
gs from the Golden Triangle, up 17.6 percent year-on-year, the commission said.
The haul included 4.6 tons of crystal methamphetamine, more than four times as mu
h as in 2017, and 1.4 tons of ketamine, 35 times more than the previous year.
“Domestic drug manufacturing was hit hard last year and the traditi
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d and were very nervous because its weight was well below average,” Zhang said.
The base set up a panel of experts who are proficient in nursing panda cubs to attend to it round-the-clock.
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Tuesday was the second time Chengda had given birth.
On June 27, 2017, it gave birth to a female cub weighing 128 grams and a male cub weighing 160 grams.
their lawyers, saying they were not aware of Singer’s aims.
The Guos’ attorney, James Spertus, said Singer preyed on Chinese families who were not familiar with
the US education system, and he charged them sums far higher than those he received from his domestic clients.
In China, college admission is based largely on scores attained in the gaokao, the nati
onal college entrance examination, rather than a process involving essays, extracurricular activities and other factors.
Chinese students planning to apply for US colleges usually struggle with the persona
l essay, a critical part of the application process, because the US essay style is hugely different from the Chinese style.
Elizabeth Venturini, owner of Los Angeles admissions consultancy
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