(By Zhao Sen)There is a widespread concern about the news that Luckin Coffee, a famous Chinese company listed on the US stock market underwent an over 80% slump in share price because of the allegation of financial information falsification. According to documents provided by Luckin Coffee to SEC, Tencent Securities reported, CEO of Luckin Coffee and some of employees who reported to him did improper activities, including false deals since the second quarter of 2019. According to the US Securities Law 1934 and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, in addition to a large sum of fines, a person who has committed securities related fraud may face an imprisonment of up to 25 years. Is falsification by Luckin Coffee a crime in Chinese law? This is a good question.