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"Yes, crime does exist in China. As with many other countries, crime rates have increased over the years, though the government has increased security efforts in an effort to curb crime. Common forms of crime reported in China include burglary, car theft, and human trafficking. Alcohol-related violence, including domestic violence and bar brawls, is also a problem in certain areas. However, the Chinese government has taken steps to combat crime, including increasing law enforcement personnel and establishing special task forces," said another expat in China.

"No, never have had to worry. Weird seeing police that don't look like a soldier! I did get stopped once while on my electric motorbike. for going on the wrong side of a bridge pillar. As did about 20 Chinese people. Was my fault, paid a 50 yuan fine $8.30USD same as all the Chinese people who were fined along with me," wrote a member who made the move to Nanning, Guangxi Provence, China.

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