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Human Flesh Search
   2015-05-27 20:33:46    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Xie Cheng

 

Human flesh search has been under debate over several years. As the Supreme People's Court in China outlined the liabilities in a document to handle such problem in 2014, the controversy seems to come to end.

Nonetheless, some heated affairs that happened recently drew public's attention to this cliche again.

What's the most recent case?

A photo of Qiao Mu, Associate Professor of Beijing Foreign Studies University, who becomes subject to human flesh search after accusing his colleague, famous TV host He Jiong, of freeloading. [Photo: Beijing News]

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