Friday, January 3, 2014
Jiang Zemin Hails 100th Anniversary of Nine Universities
Xinhuanet 2002-05-21 08:01:37
The nine universities are Nanjing University, Southeast University, Nanjing Normal University, Hehai University, Nanjing University of Industries, Nanjing University of Agriculture, Nanjing Forestry University, Jiangsu University, and Jiangnan University.
A ceremony to mark the anniversary was held in Nanjing, the provincial capital, Monday, and was sponsored by the Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the provincial government.
In his letter, Jiang spoke highly of the glorious tradition of the schools and the achievements they have made to China's revolution, development and reform.
"Youngsters are the future of the motherland," he wrote. "The Party and the people are pinning high hopes on the younger generation."
Li Peng, chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, wrote an inscription for the anniversary of Nanjing University.
Vice-Premier Li Lanqing also sent a congratulation letter to the ceremony. Enditem
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By Ari Bloomekatz
January 3, 2014, 1:56 p.m.
Steve Tran went days without knowing that he was the second of two winning Mega Millions jackpot ticket holders.
The Northern California resident had put the winning ticket, purchased in San Jose on Dec. 17 during a delivery route that included multiple cities, in a drawer. There it remained until he recently returned from vacation, lottery officials said Friday.
Then he "woke up in the middle of the night" and remembered: "I think I went to San Jose," according to the account provided by California Lottery officials.
At 3 a.m. Monday, he checked his ticket and discovered he was a winner. He gave his wife a smile and a hug and then left a message for his boss: "I'm really sorry, boss. I hit the jackpot. I don't think I'm going to come in today, tomorrow or ever."
The ticket is worth $324 million, or half the $648-million jackpot.
The owner of the San Jose store where the ticket was sold will also take home his own prize of $1 million, according to lottery officials.
Thuy Nguyen told lottery officials that he purchased the store -- Jenny's Gift Shop -- just four months ago.
The winning numbers were 8, 14, 17, 20, 39 and a mega number of 7.
The other winner, a Georgia resident who already came forward to claim her prize, purchased her ticket in Atlanta.
If Tran chooses the cash option, his ticket is estimated to be worth $173.8 million.
California Lottery officials on Friday did not provide any more information identifying Tran, including his age or city of residence.
Two other tickets sold in California matched five numbers and were missing only the Mega numbers. The tickets, both purchased in San Diego County, remain unclaimed and are worth $2.6 million to their owners.