The Global Times reported on June 6, the Chinese Government issued a new regulation, which prohibits any company, organization or individual from providing tattooing services to minors or forcing them to do so. , provoke, entice these under-18s to get tattooed.
According to regulations
approved by the Chinese Government's Juvenile Skull hoodies Protection Authority, tattoo service providers in the country should clearly declare in their shops that they do not provide tattooing services for children. minors, and required to present identity card to check the customer's age if age cannot be distinguished by the naked eye.
The new rules state
that it is forbidden to advertise or make available books, magazines or digital products with content that could induce minors to get tattoos.
Parents and guardians are also required to prevent their children from getting tattoos. Government agencies, including health, market surveillance, public security, judicial and civil authorities, are required to implement the new regulation.
Chinese authorities said that in recent years there viking outfit has been a phenomenon of "rejuvenation" in tattoos. Teenage tattoos can easily take a toll on their physical and mental health, affecting their jobs and lives...
After the above regulation was introduced
Chinese internet users commented on the Weibo social network: "I do not agree with the tattoo discrimination, but I do agree with the prohibition of minor tattoos"; "I think there's nothing wrong with such regulation"; "Personally, I feel that the qualifications of many tattooists are often low and they use minors to practice their skills"; "Don't say China, it's the same abroad. If you have a tattoo, you will be restricted from participating in public service"...