April 22, 2014

Chinese Police with Guns?

Lotus Yuen, Tea Leaf Nation

The Associated Press

Thanks to Hollywood movies, quite popular here, the average Chinese person is familiar with the image of a gun-toting policeman who yells “freeze or I’ll shoot!” after an escaping criminal. But that trope also makes many uneasy.

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