China Holds Canadians ‘for Smoking Marijuana’

Chinese authorities have arrested two Canadians in the capital Beijing for allegedly smoking marijuana.

According to Radio-Canada, officials entered a hotel room where members of the travelling equestrian show Cavalia were staying on 14 July.

The public broadcaster said officials made a number of arrests and two Canadians remain in prison.

A spokesperson for Cavalia said they were trying to arrange for two employees to return to Canada.

– Read the entire article at BBC News.