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BEIJING——Marijuana may be legal now in Canada but at least three Asian governments are warning their citizens to avoid it including the specter of possible arrest for Japanese and South Koreans.

如今,大麻在加拿大或许是合法的,但至少有三个亚洲国家的政府警告本国公民不要使用大麻,日本人和韩国人甚至有可能会因此被捕。

China the latest to weigh in didn't go that far. Its consulate in Toronto issued a statement dated Friday reminding Chinese in its jurisdiction — and students in particular — "to avoid contact with and use of marijuana for the sake of ensuring your own physical and mental health."

中国是最新加入的国家,但是还没有做到这种程度。其驻多伦多领事馆在周五发表了一份声明,提醒其管辖范围内的中国人——尤其是留学生——“为了您的身心健康,请避免接触和使用大麻”。

Canada legalized the sale of recreational marijuana on Oct 17.

10月17日,加拿大将娱乐用大麻的销售合法化。



Neither statement from Japan and South Korea explained how they might attempt to enforce their laws against smoking marijuana while abroad. Police and customs officials in South Korea did not answer calls seeking comment.

日本和韩国的声明都没有说明他们将如何通过加强法律实现禁止在国外吸食大麻。记者打电话寻求置评,韩国警方和海关官员都没有接听。

Both South Korea and Japan have very strict anti-drug laws. In Korea smoking buying possessing or delivering marijuana is punishable by up to five years in prison or a fine of up to 50 million won ($44000).

韩国和日本都有非常严格的禁毒法律。在韩国,吸食、购买、持有或运送大麻将面临最高5年监禁或最高5000万韩元(合4.4万美元)的???。