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Post time 2016-11-21 15:35:59 |Display all floors
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2016.10.24 Zhanjiang Customs office(Guangdong Province) in the airport started using RT6000 hand-held chemical substance identification device.

The instrument can greatly improve the on-site inspection speed and accurate detection of illegal chemicals, especially the ability of drugs. Passengers can check the normal baggage clearance in 10 seconds.

The device uses Raman Fingerprint spectroscopy technology, without contacting the sample case. It use laser to detect the vibration level of the material molecules to determine the material "fingerprint" spectrum to rapidly identify thousands chemicals. And is equipped with a camera to facilitate the timely photographic evidence on suspicious material.
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Post time 2017-4-18 18:40:12 |Display all floors
This time a high-educated narcotic manufacturer

WUHAN, April 14 (Xinhua) --

An associate chemistry professor was sentenced to life in prison Thursday for manufacturing narcotics and selling them abroad.
The culprit, surnamed Zhang, and his partner, surnamed Yang, make more than 4 million yuan (582,000 U.S. dollars) in profit annually from the business, according to a statement from the intermediate people's court of Wuhan city, capital of central China's Hubei Province.
Yang was sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve.
In 2005, Zhang and Yang started a company ostensibly producing medical coating and solvent. Their real products included methylone, a psychotropic drug that can induce euphoric highs.
Zhang came up with the idea after learning that there was strong foreign demand for controlled psychotropic medicines, and the medicines were not regulated in China at the same.
After the hallucinogen was added to China's controlled substance list in 2014, the team tried and failed to create a substitute so they continued the racket.
Parcels were mailed to clients with pseudonyms and the buyers were allowed to pay with Bitcoin.
In November 2014, Wuhan customs found suspicious white powder in overseas-bound parcels. Later tests confirmed the power was a hallucinogen. Four suspects, including Zhang and Yang, were caught in June 2015.
Chinese media dubbed Zhang China's real-life Walter White, the fictional chemistry teacher and methamphetamine producer in U.S. TV show "Breaking Bad."
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Post time 2017-4-18 18:44:36 |Display all floors
Drug addiction on the rise in China: report
Source: Xinhua   2017-03-27 18:37:37           More  
BEIJING, March 27 (Xinhua) -- The number of drug addicts in China is still slowly growing, a report released by the National Narcotics Control Commission said Monday.

According to the report, there were about 2.51 million drug users in the country by the end of 2016, an increase of 6.8 percent year on year.

Among them, about 22,000 people were under 18, and more than 1.46 million were aged from 18 to 35, according to the report, which added that the percentage of new addicts belonging to these two groups dropped in 2016.

The expansion of drug users addicted to heroin slowed in the year, while the number addicted to synthetic drugs, including methamphetamine and ketamine, increased faster, the report said.

About 1.52 million drug users were addicted to synthetic drugs in 2016.

China launched a project to promote community drug detoxification and rehabilitation in 2015. The project focused on setting up local institutions and recruiting volunteers. About 81,000 staff and volunteers are now working for community-based rehab programs.

China's anti-drug efforts have also intensified, with Chinese police arresting 168,000 suspects for drug production or trafficking, and solving 140,000 drug-related criminal cases last year.
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