The Chinese law on that was changed recently, seehttp://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=0aece7c8-8684-4eef-ad5f-e19ee6af766a
"In China, product liability constitutes a distinct kind of tort
liability. Previously, there was no special provision in Chinese law governing the choice of law in foreign-related product liability cases. The choice of law rules were the same as in ordinary tort liability cases, lex loci delictus, requiring the application of the law of the place in which the tort occurred. If damage occurred in China in a foreign-related product liability case, Chinese law generally governed.
The Choice of Law Statute now requires the application of the rule of lex loci domicilii in foreign-related product liability cases, thus making defendants subject to the law of their place of habitual residence. Although the law of the habitual residence of the plaintiff (foreign or Chinese) will ordinarily apply, the plaintiff may instead choose to apply the laws of the defendant’s main business place (i.e., the law of the manufacturer’s home country
) or the laws of the location where the damage occurred (i.e., China) – unless the defendant has no relevant business operations at the habitual residence of the plaintiff, in which case only the latter two choices are available."
There are product liability attorneys in China listed by location athttp://www.hg.org/law-firms/product-liability-litigation/china.html
I urge you to follow up on this with a local attorney.
I hope this information is helpful.