Writing for China Daily, Li Qian asks Should fake antique dealers be punished?
“A fake ancient coin dealer was sentenced to three years in jail and fined at a Nanjing court days earlier, causing an uproar in the collections [sic] society...”
“Experts estimate as many as half of antiques dealers would face jail terms in China if the country punishes them using current laws for common businesses...”
“Fake antique articles have left many collectors suffering from hefty losses, as the technological trend of counterfeiting becomes a headache for even the most experienced experts ... Some [forgers] raise bugs and mice to bite on scrolls to make them appear ancient.”
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