More than 20,000 text messages have been sent out to spread anti-drug information by border protection service in Chengmai county, South China’s Hainan province, the Legal Daily reported Monday.

They sent the easy-to-read messages to local residents of Chengmai country – where drug users and smugglers are rampant – with the help of a mobile phone network which covered most people and spread information efficiently.

The anti-drug messages were sent to strengthen people’s awareness of knowing, preventing and denying drugs.

 
 
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