Shanghai Intends to Prohibit Minors from Entering Bars

Shanghai Intends to Prohibit Minors from Entering Bars
Sep 04, 2013 By eChinacities.com

The recent Li Tianyi rape trial has cast the spotlight on minors entering bars and other entertainment facilities in China. On September 3, Shanghai began to amend the “Protection of Minors Ordinance” which when passed, will prohibit bar owners from allowing minors to enter their premises and will require all bars to hang up “No minors” signs at the entrances.

Source: online.sh.cn

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Keywords: Protection of Minors Ordinance

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cooter
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I'm sure the bar patrons will respect these new signs and bar owners will enforce these new rules as much as the current "No Smoking" signs/rules. LOL.

Sep 05, 2013 08:17 Report Abuse