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Scientist puts his finger on a dinosaur with one digit

A scientist from Hong Kong has revealed how he literally stumbled over a new species of carnivorous dinosaur during an expedition on the mainland.

6 Jul 2017 - 5:11PM

A scientist from Hong Kong has revealed how he literally stumbled over a new species of carnivorous dinosaur during an expedition on the mainland.

Scientist puts his finger on a dinosaur with one digit
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Chinese transport officials raid Uber’s Guangzhou office in smartphone taxi-app crackdown

Authorities have raided the offices of Uber in the city of Guangzhou as the transport authority said it had started a crackdown on web-connected private-car taxi companies allegedly offering illicit services.

17 Aug 2015 - 10:16AM

Authorities have raided the offices of Uber in the city of Guangzhou as the transport authority said it had started a crackdown on web-connected private-car taxi companies allegedly offering illicit services.

Chinese transport officials raid Uber’s Guangzhou office in smartphone taxi-app crackdown
Drone maker DJI’s Youku deal to offer online sales and marketing channel
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Indian industrialist Ratan Tata buys into Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi