A peek into China’s top ‘bodyguard factories’

Chinese firms are turning to more-experienced Western partners to expand Beijing’s security capacity amid growing demand as the new Silk Road projects abroad appear fraught with danger
Sidney LengCoco LiuKristin Huang
In the grounds of Zhongzhou Bodyguard in southern China, a circular terrace is filled with blooming sunflowers, and a 300kg tractor tyre. The flowers are there for decoration, the tyre is all about business.
For new recruits to this bodyguard boot camp, taking part in intense physical workouts – sometimes involving giant rings of heavy duty rubber – is, like mastering the art of hand-to-hand combat, knife-throwing or marksmanship, all part of a day’s work.
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