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Wednesday, January 07, 2004

It's not always easy living in the fastest growing economy in the East...

China Daily, January 7th, 2004

Over-stressed guardian throws money into air

A man who spent 10 stress-filled hours on a night train guarding 3,000 yuan (US$363) finally broke down and threw the notes in the air at Nanjing Railway Station, reports Shanghai Morning Post.

Worried about the money being stolen, the man could not sleep a wink during the trip from North China's Tianjin to East China's Nanjing.

The man finally calmed down at [a] hospital --and kind-hearted passengers at the station returned his money.

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