Chinese Counterfeits are becoming a growing concern and a health hazard in many cases.
The following strange things can only be seen and experienced in China, which would be totally incomprehensible to foreigners.
It’s not often that a company suspected of producing knockoffs is effectively put on notice, but that happened at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on January 7.
If something becomes too popular, patents are of no use in stopping cheap knockoffs being made in China, says the inventor of the hoverboard.
Cloning. It’s a controversial subject. Many people believe it’s the way of the future, while others say it’s unnatural, with unknown long-term side effects.
The new Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus is in stores world-wide today but counterfeit versions have already been on sale in southern China.
Fake toys, clothes, electronics, luxury goods, food and beverages, medicines, and even services, i.e., bogus Hyatt, Peninsula, and Marriott hotels, can be found in China. Even fake graves. When it comes to fakery, modern China has the unenviable reputation for…
When I was studying at university, I worked at a small Italian grocery for a few years and one of my jobs was to make sure the fruit and veges section was well stocked.
To attract more clients, many Chinese businesses like to fake themselves as a foreign company. They use an English brand name, and put a western face on the product packaging.
Every parent assumes the plush doll they bought for their child at the mall is safe, but if it has a “Made in China” label, you should think twice.