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[Asia, China] Wuhan cracks down on smoking, targets internet cafes

In Wuhan, net cafes that seat up to 50 people are now legally required to have, minimum, one full-time staff member to impose the no-smoking law and monitor smokers. Those caught in the act are looking at fines upwards of $80. And if you didn't learn you
Shanghaiist (blog)
added Jun 5, 2014 19:45

[China] Chinese tobacco companies’ social media marketing strategies

Weibo (Chinese translation for ‘Micro Blog’) and WeChat, the Chinese counterparts to Twitter and WhatsApp, respectively, are the two most important social networking channels in China. This explosive rise in social media users offers the tobacco industry
Tobacco Control
added Jun 5, 2014 11:43

One City In China Is Cracking Down On Net Cafe Smokers

Now, in China’s city of Wuhan, the authorities are cracking down. In a public statement released by the Health and Family Planning Commission of Wuhan Municipality, smokers who smoke inside net cafes are in for a rude awakening.
Kotaku Australia / Allure Media (au)
added Jun 4, 2014 17:03

[Asia] Second-hand smoke risks in the spotlight in China

People in China are becoming increasingly aware of the dangers of second-hand smoke for children, and the issue is set to gain extra prominence with World No-Tobacco Day coming up on Saturday. Since her pregnancy, Liu Ying has been warning her family me
Xinhua Newswire
added Jun 2, 2014 14:50

[Africa, Zimbabwe] China demand silver lining for tobacco farmers

Tianze managed to secure its leading marketplace on the back of China’s unabated demand for tobacco. With smoking considered a deviant form of life at home, Zimbabwe sells 90 percent of its tobacco abroad. According to the Tobacco Industry and Marketing B (uk)
added Jun 1, 2014 07:53

[Asia] VIDEO: World No Tobacco Day: China beefs up tobacco controls

"I see more and more smokers around me and more young people smoke these days. This is really bad." a Chinese said. "There are people who smoke in front of children in the hospital and some wouldn't stop when asked. This is very irresponsible. There sho
China Central Television (CCTV) (cn)
added Jun 1, 2014 07:22

[Asia] Two US e-cigarette makers moving production from China

Two US-based electronic cigarette makers plan to shift assembly of their product to the United States from China to improve quality control and profitability, and, according to one of the company CEOs, to also remove"the stigma of working in China".
China Daily (cn)
added May 30, 2014 06:09

[Asia] China's Kids Get Exposed to Cigarette Smoke at Middle School, National Survey Finds

What can kids in China do when a pack of cigarettes is too expensive? Buy them individually. That’s how one out of four Chinese middle school students who currently smoke purchased their most recent tobacco fix, according to the country’s first Global Y
Business Week/Bloomberg
added May 30, 2014 03:56

[China] ISMK Launches iGo2 and iGo4 Dual Flavor Electronic Cigarettes

So with its large capacity with two kinds of flavored delivery vapors it can be easily switched back and forth to mix up the vaping flavors. Plus it is easy to see when to fill up the reservoir with more flavoring.
PR Newswire
added May 28, 2014 23:21

HUANG: E-Cigarettes: China's Next Growth Industry

In August, about 500 representatives of the global e-cigarette industry will meet in Shenzhen to unveil new technologies and discuss how to improve safety and health standards industry-wide. Global trends suggest that e-cigarette use will grow and be her
added May 27, 2014 12:12
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