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3 Chinese in trouble for selling fake sandals

MANILA, Philippines—Three Chinese nationals were facing charges after the Northern Police District caught them selling counterfeit sandals at a warehouse in Valenzuela City.

James Sy, Zhan Jin Xing and Kezan Chen will be charged with violating the intellectual property code of the Philippines after fake Sandugo sandals were found in their warehouse on T. Santiago Street in Barangay (village) Canumay West.

Earlier, the manufacturer asked for help from the police, which conducted surveillance operations.—Nathaniel R. Melican

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Tags: business , Chinese traders , counterfeit products , fake sandals , Global Nation , Philippines - Metro , trade , Valenzuela City

  • w33k3nd3r

    Arrest them and publicly shame them.

  • yew_tan

    They will be out in no time. Grease is all it takes. That’s how the system works in the country of dogs. Shame on you.

    • truthvslies

      Thats what Chinese are well known for: paying grease or bribing their way around.You are not better than a stray dog.

  • Pangkatbukid

    Seach more China man doing criminal activities,caned them publicly and depoort them.

    • rezli

      better put them 6 feet below the ground..

  • justyouraveragechinoy

    namp*cha pati sa pilipinas eh namemeke na kayo ahahahaha

  • Michael Milan

    On quality, observers describe shoddy workmanship in a range of Chinese investments from crumbling walls in a Chinese-built hospital in Angola, enormous potholes in Ghanaian and Zambian roads, and a leaking roof in the African Union’s new $ 200 million headquarters opened in January. HAHHAHAAHAHAHAHAA…… eto mapapala mo pag naging partner mo ang Inuuod ang gawa….Sandugo the best made in PH….dapat dyan deport

  • generalproblem

    hindi lang sa pinas. sa colombia ginaya din ng intsik ang mga sombrero nila at nagalit mga tao. lahat ng gawa ng intsik eh peke hehehhe. wag kayo bibili ng gawa ng intsik kahit yan ay mura dahil either na madaling masira o malason ka.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LZYODZASEXRINLJNIG2GR6SKSM Rommie

    Bakit ganun kadali makapasok ang mga INTSIK sa Pilipinas? Yong iba pa-turista kuno pero nagnenegosyo na pala ng illegal…kung sa bagay dahil sa dami na ng mga INTSIK sa Pilipinas mahihirapan na tayong makilala kung sino sa kanila ang mga illegal…nilulusob na ng mga INTSIK ang Pilipinas…Attention Bureau of Immigration…

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/UZMYIL5FXLVIHRZXBQGONZS6U4 Jhune

    Iyon ngang fighter plane ng kano na kupya chinelas pa? Magising gising naman ang mga nasa custom at DFA ng Pilipinas, nawawalan tayo ng pangkabuhayan kung laging ganyan.

  • go88

    Bring back the death penalty.

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