Nike was found to have used misleading promotions. (Photo/CGTN)
Misleading promotion by Nike
Nike, one of the largest sports brands in the world, was found to have used misleading promotions. Consumers found shoes did not contain the air cushion claimed in an advertisement.
Local authorities in Shanghai have rushed to the headquarters of Nike in Shanghai and further investigation is underway.
Fake Wikipedia with false advertising
Hudong Baike, an online knowledge-sharing platform which claims to be the largest Chinese website of its kind, was accused of false advertising. Any product can be verified on the website by paying 4,800 yuan (700 US dollars), without any other requirements.
A patient with liver cancer found a verified item showing a "magic" medicine on the website, which could kill the cancer cell within seven days. However, the medicine was not even registered at the State Food and Drug Administration.
The gala also revealed several cases which violated consumers' rights, such as putting illegal additives into animal feed, unlicensed maternity matrons and stealing consumers' data via QR codes.