【专题】慢速英语(美音)2016-07-05

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This is Special English. I'm Ryan Price in Beijing. Here is the news.
A Chinese university information website has released a list of 30 fake colleges. The move came as students begin applying to universities following the annual college entrance exam last month.
This is the sixth such list released by sdaxue.com. Prior to the latest release at the end last month, the website had already exposed some 400 universities as fake since 2013.
Internet users from across the country reported the names of fake colleges to the website through e-mail and social media. Website staff then investigated each case.
The fake colleges are located in 12 provinces and major cities including Beijing and Shanghai.
Most of the exposed schools in the past used deceptive names and official websites that resembled those of well-known universities. In the newly found cases, 22 of the 30 fake universities imitated the names of private institutions that provide training courses for the national adult education examination, which can also be used to seek a university degree.
The fake universities send enrollment notices, along with a bank account, earlier than real universities, and ask students to send tuition fees to the bank account before a deadline.
Police also found that three fake colleges from the mainland shared the same IP address registered in Hong Kong, suggesting the same scammers are operating multiple fake colleges.
Education authorities are coordinating with police to investigate and close the fake colleges.
This is Special English.
China has issued a regulation that defined prosecutors' responsibilities when supervising compulsory medical care, including the institutionalization of people with mental health conditions.
According to the regulation, prosecutors should demand reassessment of committed patients if there is any doubt about their assessment.
The regulation said prosecution agencies should demand a review of the decision, if they find someone does not meet certain criteria or a court's judgment is in question.
The review should be completed within 20 work days by prosecutors of the same level as the court that made the decision. Moreover, it stipulated that prosecutors must supervise medical care provided to subjects and the discharge process.
Prosecutors are also required to demand correction in cases where subjects are denied visits or correspondence with relatives or legal representatives, or denied regular evaluations, among other irregularities.
This is Special English.
China is working on a Wild Animal Protection Law to regulate the release of captive animals to the wild.
According to the draft law, only authorities at provincial level and above are allowed to organize activities involving the release of state-protected animals to the wild.
Any organization or individual releasing captive animals for certain purposes should choose indigenous species that are fit to survive in the wild, and the release should have no impact upon local people or harm the ecosystem.
The draft said that anyone who frees captive animals in a reckless manner and thus causes property damage or physical injury to others, or jeopardizes the ecosystem, will be held accountable.
The draft also noted that agencies involved in this area should disclose information regarding the issuance of documents used for the hunting, captive breeding, sale, purchase and use of protected wild animals.
Law makers said the new draft has improved the country's wild animal protection and regulation systems, properly managed the relationship between protection and utilization, balanced views of all parties involved and addressed public concerns.
China's Wild Animal Protection Law was initiated and passed in 1988. It took effect the following year.
You're listening to Special English. I'm Ryan Price in Beijing.
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