Following acts are defined by Chinese law as unfair competition: counterfeiting other’s registered trademark; using famous product’s name, dress, decoration, or similarity of the above without prior permission, and cause public confusion; using other’s trade name without prior permission and cause public confusion; forging signs of authentication, geographic indication and source of origin (art. 5th Anti-Unfair Competition Law). Any infringer shall be ordered to stop the infringement act and confiscated the unlawful income, and administrative authority is entitled to impose a fine 1-3 times of the unlawful income; for those constitutes crime, shall be pursued criminal liability (Art. 21st Anti-unfair Competition Law).