Say NO to Drugs | Serious Punishements & Penalities
Narcotic drugs including opium, heroin, methylaniline (ice), morphine, marijuana, cocaine and other narcotic and psychotropic substances are illegal according to China's regulations.
Manufacturing, using, storing or transporting narcotics are all accounted for punishments from public security.
China's anti-drug surveillance and implementations are very strict and highly penalized.
In not so serious cases, a person who takes or injects drugs with the detention of 10-15 days and may impose a fine of less than 2,000 yuan.
Depending on the seriousness of the case, more serious punishements will be implemented.
Smuggling, trafficking, transportation and manufacturing of more than one kilogram of opium, or more than 50 grams of heroin or methamphetamine or large amount of other drugs, may be sentenced to death if the circumstances are serious.
Jiangsu University strictly prohibits any kind of criminal activities. Students should take note to fully respect Chinese laws and regulations.
-- ACCORDING TO SECTION 13, ARTICLE 6 OF "JIANGSU UNIVERISTY MANUAL FOR OVERSEAS STUDENTS", STUDENTS WHO USE NARCOTICS AND/OR WHO ACT AS DRUG DEALERS WILL BE EXPELLED.
Please act wise..
Drugs are not fashion...
Do not let the drugs ruin our happy life...
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