...lead-painted baby toys...
Those who were caught cheating were not just disqualified from the application process. Their names and identification numbers will now be placed on a database used by recruiters throughout the public sector.**********
An editorial in a state newspaper, the China Daily, suggested they had got off lightly.
It reminded its readers in that in imperial times cheats were executed.
FURTHER READING: "Lost on Planet China"
"When I first arrived, I wasn’t exactly feeling the love for China. The pollution was apocalyptic. The presence of hideously disfigured children begging on the streets suggested a cruel society."*
"And for all the vaunted economic reforms, this new China seemed to encourage a kind of Darwinism—the strong prosper, the weak are crushed."