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China’s police given guns; irresponsible shootings result


A string of shooting incidents involving Chinese police — leaving at least four people dead — has the public wondering if its rank-and-file police force is really ready to carry guns, as mandated by new regulations. Last month, two policemen brought a loaded gun to a kindergarten show-and-tell. The handgun mistakenly went off, injuring four … Continue reading

Chinese police rescue 92 abducted children


BBC says in its report today: Chinese police have rescued 92 abducted children and held 301 suspected members of a huge trafficking network, the authorities say. They say two women were also freed in an operation involving police forces in 11 provinces of the country. The traffickers are believed to have targeted children in the … Continue reading

Chinese school recruiters scam expat teachers


The following story was supplied to us by one of our readers, and serves as a warning to expats not to trust recruiters when looking for teaching jobs in China. Previously respected expat websites are increasingly and knowingly promoting these recruiters for large sums of money, knowing that the expat will run into these problems. … Continue reading

Chinese boy has his eyes gouged out


It’s beyond horrifying: a six-year-old Chinese boy lured into a field has his eyes gouged out by an assailant, blinding him forever — even more unthinkably, the woman suspected of committing the monstrous crime may have been trying to harvest the child’s corneas for cash. According to China state media via Reuters, the boy, who was from … Continue reading

Chinese officials discourage popular campaign against child abduction


A government sparing no effort to round up human rights activists but lacking enthusiasm in saving kidnapped children sold as beggars will certainly be discarded by the people when they take actions on their own. Selfish officials, it is time for you to reform! SCMP says in its report titled Anti-abduction effort faulted: “The Ministry … Continue reading

China’s new entry-exit laws for foreigners


The first overhaul of Chinese immigration laws since 1986 promises to include some of the most severe punishments for unwelcome foreigners to date. Don’t panic just yet, though; these provisions won’t go into effect until July 2013, so there is plenty of time to think about getting legal and paying a visit to your local … Continue reading

China struggles as illegal foreigners increase


The following article was translated and edited from an article that appeared on the China Huanqiu news website. It remarks on the first several days of the recently announced 100-day crackdown on illegal foreigners, specifically those falling under the much-publicised “three illegal” category, referring to illegal entry, illegal residence, and illegal employment. The article emphasises … Continue reading

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