3 Posters That Will Set You Straight on Drug Use in China

By Ned Kelly, August 7, 2019

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China’s drug crackdown sees no sign of letting up. Having already spoken with the UK government in China in the hope of making British people (and everyone else) aware of the possible consequences of casual drug use (you can read that article right here), they have now released three posters busting some popular misconceptions about how things work in the Middle Kingdom. Take note!

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Some Useful Links

Help for British persons detained in China

Includes an outline of what the UK government can and can’t do if you are detained, with further specific guidance for China. Click here for more.

Foreign Office Travel Advice

The latest information on visiting and living in over 225 countries (including China!). Includes advice on entry requirements, local laws and customs and much more. Create a subscription to get email alerts when advice changes. During a crisis, such as a natural disaster, these pages are updated first. Click here for more.

UK government guide to living in China

Includes a range of advice from accessing healthcare and finding English-speaking lawyers to how to vote while abroad. Click here for more.

Sign up to the UK Consular WeChat Channel

This UK Consular channel keeps you up to date with their latest news and current trends in China which may affect British people.

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[Cover image via Pixabay]

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