Silica face masks raise dispute

A person displays a simulated human-skin mask made by medical silica gel. These masks are produced in Dongguan, Guangdong province and are sold casually. Experts call on strict supervisions such as buyers should register real names, in case criminals use them. [Photo/CFP]

A 19-year-old boy Liu prepares to have a silica face mask fitted to his face during a demonstration, which can make him looks like a woman. [Photo/CFP]

A 19-year-old boy Liu tries on a silica face mask. [Photo/CFP]

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