Lucky 'panda' scoops $88m lottery jackpot
Updated: 2011-08-30 10:54
A man dressed in a panda outfit to protect his identity holds a sign declaring he won 560 million yuan ($87,752,000) on the lottery at the Zhejiang Provincial Welfare Lottery Center in Hangzhou, East China's Zhejiang province, Aug 29, 2011. The $88m lottery prize, won on July 26, sets a new record in China’s lottery history, beating the previous prize of $80m. He also donated 20 million yuan to welfare projects in Xinchang, the county where he lives and scooped the prize by buying three tickets with the same number. [Photo/sina.com.cn]
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