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Q: No justice in China, pay attention to the 100k extortion attempt.

3 weeks 6 days ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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Sad story. I would not say the fine is extortion, its a fine.

The background story about his work is a bit strange. Teach football, teach English and set up a company.

There was a guy a few years back on the Beijinger advertising for football coaches to come over. It seemed like a scam at the time. I wonder if this guy was caught in that.

Hope he gets home soon.

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