China controversy over dog names

China controversy over dog names

Could naming a dog cause being jailed?

But a story has been reported from China that shows that man can face such a fate.This fantastic news has been reported in China’s Beijing News.

Let’s read that story.

A Chinese man who breeds dogs and sells these pets lives in a small town in the Anhui province of eastern China.

The Beijing News calls him “Mr Ban.”

He recently summoned by the police in charge of the area. The reason is an advertisement wich he posted.
Here is the content of the ad.
“I have two new puppies, one is ‘Chenggong’, and the other is ‘Shigon’. (Chengguan and Xieguan)
But the two ‘dog names’ have caused considerable debate in Chinese society. The names given to these dogs are ‘government’ and ‘civil servants’.
Chengguan refers to non-serious crime control officers in urban areas of China.

Could naming a dog cause being jailed?

But a story has been reported from China that shows that man can face such a fate.

This fantastic news reported in China’s Beijing News.

Let’s read that story.

A Chinese man who breeds dogs and sells these pets lives in a small town in the Anhui province of eastern China.

The Beijing News calls him “Mr Ban.”

He recently summoned by the police in charge of the area. The reason is an advertisement he posted.
Here is the content of the ad.
“I have two new puppies, one is ‘Chenggong’, and the other is ‘Shigon’. (Chengguan and Xieguan)
But the two ‘dog names’ have caused considerable debate in Chinese society. The names given to these dogs are ‘government’ and ‘civil servants’.
Chengguan refers to non-serious crime control officers in urban areas of China.

China controversy over dog names
mr ban

Xieguan is a term used to refer to unofficial community assistants who handle the traffic.
Mr Ban, who is selling pet puppies, has named his dogs “fun” using the following words, the Beijing News reported.

But the authorities in Anhui have failed to understand Ban’s fun.

He recently summoned by the police in charge of the area. The reason is an advertisement wich he posted.
Here is the content of the ad.
“I have two new puppies, one is ‘Chenggong’, and the other is ‘Shigon’. (Chengguan and Xieguan)
But the two ‘dog names’ have caused considerable debate in Chinese society. The names given to these dogs are ‘government’ and ‘civil servants’.
Chengguan refers to non-serious crime control officers in urban areas of China.

Xieguan is a term that used to refer to unofficial community assistants who handle the traffic.
Mr Ban, who is selling pet puppies, has named his dogs “fun” using the following words, the Beijing News reported.

But the authorities in Anhui have failed to understand Ban’s fun.

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