Chinese gangs such as Fuk Ching use violence within the gang as well as againsti rival gangs to make individual gain. Chinese organized crime groups use "kong so" which is peaceful negotiations when there are disputes over territory and criminal markets within tong groups. If it is not possible for "kong so" the resolution becomes violent with the use of guns against rival gang members. The Fuk Ching gang is a very violent one but the use of their violence is not refined or focused. For this group it is not the organized use of violence to protect or gain territory. Instead they use random acts of violence, with guns that is engaged by anyone in the gang. Sometimes this violence is endorsed and sometimes it is not.
The Fuk Ching, like I said earlier operates extortion and rackets. This group is heavily involved in human trafficking meaning they are kidnapping humans and bringing them... [continues]
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