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Sudden! 6.2 earthquake! There are many earthquakes

China Seismological Network officially determined that a magnitude 6.2 earthquake occurred in the sea area of Hualien County, Taiwan at 14:23 on May 9, with a focal depth of 16 km. Historical earthquakes:according to the catalogue of China Seismological Network Express, 236 earthquakes with a magnitude of more than 4 have occurred within 200 kilometers around the epicenter in recent five years. The largest earthquake is the 6.7 earthquake that occurred in the sea area of Hualien County, Taiwan on April 18, 2019. The distribution of the first 50 historical earthquakes according to the magnitude is shown in the figure.


National Race Walking Championship ends, World Championship champion Liu Hong wins women’s 20km championship

   Chinanews client Taicang, May 9th (Bian Liqun) After two days of contention, the National Walking Championship and National Games Qualifying Tournament ended on the 9th in Taicang, Jiangsu. Among the women’s 20-kilometer events that have received much attention, Liu Hong, who won the Doha World Championships in Doha in 2019, won the championship in 1 hour, 28 minutes and 48 seconds.


The national biathlon championship ends, Heilongjiang wins the 4×7.5 km relay championship

China News Service, Harbin, March 16 (Reporter Wang Nina) Heilongjiang Provincial Sports Bureau announced on the 16th that the 2020-2021 season national biathlon championship will end on the 15th at Daihai International Ski Resort, Liangcheng County, Ulanchabu City, Inner Mongolia , The Heilongjiang team won 1 gold medal, 1 silver medal and 4 bronze medals. Among them, Zhang Chunyu from the Snow Training Center of Heilongjiang Province won 1 gold and 3 bronzes.


Guizhou’s 5-year integrated transportation is expected to complete an investment of 887.3 billion yuan

China News Service, Guiyang, January 5 (Zhou Yanling) During the “Thirteenth Five-Year Plan” period, Guizhou, as the only province in China without plain support, is expected to complete an investment of 887.3 billion yuan (RMB, the same below), which is the “Twelfth Five-Year Plan”. 1.4 times that of the period, a new path of “poor provinces running big transportation” in western China has emerged.