China has formally arrested two Canadians who have been detained in December
last year on suspicion of endangering national security, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said Thursday.
Michael Kovrig, a former Canadian diplomat, has been arrested by Chinese authorities in accordance with the law on susp
icion of prying into state secrets and intelligence for overseas forces, Lu said at a regular news conference.
Michael Spavor, a Canadian businessman based in China, has also been arrested on suspicion of ste
aling and illegally providing state secrets to overseas forces, Lu added.Teenagers’ first exposure to elec
tronic gadgets and online games tends to be at a younger age, said a report released Wednesday.