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Emergency escape video to be shown at public venues

By Wang Dongliang (Beijing Daily)

15:23, May 31, 2012

Edited and translated by Liang Jun, People's Daily Online

All the crowded public places, including subways, buses, cinemas, hotels, restaurants, Karaoke bars and Internet cafes, are required to conduct activities to publicize safety and self-help knowledge, according to Beijing Daily on Thursday.

By the end of June, all the TVs at the subway stations and on the buses in Beijing will be required to broadcast instant safety and self-help video in the case of an emergency, no less than 15 times a day.

And all the movie theaters or theaters will be required to broadcast or show safety tips via the electronic display before each movie starting to play or dramas staged by the end of this year.

Meanwhile, the hotels, the Karaoke bars and the Internet cafes are also required to show safety and self-help instant videos.

Read the Chinese version at:6月底前地铁全线开播逃生短片

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