No surprise, look at CAT's recent finding about the loss with their purchased chinese company. If they consult with chinese people, they would know what the company their bought should worth, unforturnately, they only believe the numbers the company supplied and the accounting company's number which also based on the false statement. They don't look behind the first page and assume the company operate in the same way as most US company. That's why tones a junk went public in US initialy success, but later brought down by Muddy water. It's easier to physicaly watch the product manufacture company in that way, but more harder to prove it in the network company like QIHU. That's why it takes more time.