CC05N0122H_2013資料照片_N71_copy1 (1)China has formed numerous special teams as part of an emergency plan to deal with the aftermath of a potential collapse of North Korea’s political regime, reports the Tokyo-based Kyodo News. Citing internal Chinese military documents compiled last summer — several months after North Korea conducted its third nuclear test in February — Kyodo News claims that the People’s Liberation Army has called for boosting surveillance capabilities across the China-North Korea border in the event that a collapse of Kim Jong-un’s regime will spark a massive influx of refugees into China. The measures reportedly include setting up numerous teams at the border, including a “reconnaissance team” responsible for collecting intelligence, an “inspection team” to investigate new arrivals, a “blockade team” to stop dangerous or undesirable persons from entering, and a “firepower team” to counter oppositional forces. More