By-products of drug production in Boshe village in China
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Inside a Chinese 'ketamine village'

Police in China are battling to contain the illegal recreational use of ketamine, which is soaring among the country's young people, eclipsing heroin.

In the village of Boshe, underground laboratories are producing ketamine cheaply in large amounts.

The BBC's Celia Hatton reports from Boshe, where the trade in producing the drug lives on, despite repeated police raids.

Watch the full programme Our World - Made in China: Club Drugs on BBC World News and the BBC News Channel.

  • 10 Jul 2015
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