China’s security crackdown hit a university district where restaurants were ordered to only serve 10 foreigners at a time
|03/13/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Cafes and bars in Beijing’s university district have reportedly been ordered to cater to no more than 10 foreigners at a time.
- Staff members say the orders were given last week, shortly after China’s annual legislative meeting began in Beijing.
- It’s unknown what prompted the orders, but the rise of anti-Xi Jinping sentiment among students internationally could be part of the reason.
Restaurants in one Beijing neighborhood have been ordered to limit the number of foreigners they serve.
Cafes and pizza bars in Wudaokou, Beijing, were reportedly ordered this week to serve no more than 10 foreigners at a time.
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