‘No sun tan’: Sun-tanning machine shuts down after 2 days in business

The sun tanbing machine has been a staple of Chinese businesses for years.

But in recent years, it has come under scrutiny in China.

Sun-tanners have long complained about the machines lack of durability, a complaint that the machines manufacturers have often dismissed.

Sun-tanners have long been a key source of income for Chinese businesses.

But for years, there has been an argument that the sun tanner has not been durable enough to withstand repeated use.

In the United States, the sun-tanner has been increasingly popular as a source of leisure and relaxation, with the average American spending an average of nearly $1,000 on the product in 2013, according to a study from the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

And in China, which has one of the world’s worst air pollution problems, the machines are also a source for economic growth.

China’s manufacturing sector is estimated to be worth $15 trillion, and most of that is made in the country.

The vast majority of these factories are located in the cities, making them vital economic engines.

China also has a large population of people living in cities and towns, which means that the manufacturing sector has become a source and export of cheap labor.

But the factories that make sun-tans are usually located in remote, densely populated rural areas, often in rural areas that are often poor, and therefore less developed.

Many of the sun machines in China have been located in isolated rural areas.

Many of the factories are in remote areas, with very little infrastructure, which makes it difficult to control the machines.

Sun tanning machines in Shenzhen.

The factories are often run by migrant workers, who are often illiterate, and rely on hand washing and cleaning.

They can’t afford the expensive machinery, which requires large amounts of manpower and often leads to accidents.

The machines are sometimes used to make sun tan on the backs of cars, which is also illegal in China but is widely practiced in other countries.

In China, workers have to work at least 40 hours a week and must pass a rigorous physical exam to be allowed to leave the factory.

Workers can also be fired for breaking the law.

Suntanning machines have been a source source of revenue for Chinese companies, but Chinese authorities have been slow to enforce their rules, and have not yet cracked down on Sun-Tanning Machines.

The Chinese government has said that it will crack down on violations of the law, but it has not said whether it will also ban the sun sun machine from being used in factories.