In China "Dangerous Love" campaign launched to protect state secrets

China is doing everything to protect its state secret including warning people not be fooled by the love of handsome foreigners

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China is doing everything to protect its state secrets including running a campaign to warn its citizens to be weary of handsome foreigners who might have secret agendas.

The campaign titled “Dangerous Love” was released to mark the first ever National Security Education Day.

In the posters for the campaign, a young Chinese civil servant called Little Li meets a red headed man at a party. Li fails to realize the ulterior motives of the man who woos her with compliments, flowers and romantic walks in the park.

Li then releases secret internal documents from her office to the red headed man before they are both arrested by the police.

This is all part of China’s effort to protect its state secret which covers everything from industry data to even the date of birth of its leaders.

play A screen shot shows Huang Yu, who was sentenced to death for leaking top State secrets.

 

Chinadaily.com reports that a man, Huang Yu 42, has been given a death sentence for  selling state secret to spies.

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