wo Chinese skills interns died on a daily basis: drownin

On February 1, the Consulate General of China in Fukuoka informed the progress of the investigation on the daily deaths of two Chinese s

kill interns. According to the circular, the cause of death was drowning after judicial dissection, and the nature of the incident was still under f

terns through the Chinese dispatch company, and actively assisted their families in handling the relevant p

rocedures for going to Japan. On January 30, the staff of the consulate responded to the inquiry of a reporter fr

om the Beijing News and said that the information would be published on the official website in time. On February 1, th

e Chinese Consulate General in Fukuoka informed the official website of the progress of the investigation. A

ccording to the briefing, the consulate once again made a further understanding to the Japanese police: two skills tr

ainees, Xu Mou from Shandong Province and Tang Mou from Heilongjiang Province, died of drowning af

ter judicial dissection, and the nature of the incident is still under further investigation. The briefing also said that with

the assistance of the consulate, family members of Xu and Tang had gone to Japan to deal with related matters. The con

sulate will continue to urge Japanese police to find out the truth of the incident as soon as possible and provide necessary assistance to family members.


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