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CCP Tyranny Observation 2/2021

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English Correspondent/Translation : XIA YOU
CCP Tyranny Observation Newsletter 02/19/2021
February 19, 2021
This week, the China Democracy Party collected the following news from websites such as Radio Free Asia, Human Rights Defense Network,, etc.:

  1. Wang Min, the initiator of New Siskin Action, said that after 6/4/1989, the #Hong Kong Democrats had been of great help to Chinese pro-democracy activists: "We are obliged to act as these groups and people who have been favored by the Hong Kong people in the past. , We have a moral responsibility."
  2. Li Zhiying, the founder of Hong Kong Next Media, was charged with fraud and the crime of “collaborating with foreign or foreign powers” ​​under the National Security Law. Li Zhiying applied to the High Court for bail. The case opened on Thursday. Judge Peng Baoqin rejected Li Zhiying’s bail application. Li Zhiying Must continue to pay. Unless there is a new situation that can persuade the court to reconsider, Lebanon must still be at least until April 16.
  3. "Information Leakage Case of Xi Jinping's Daughter" Parents open letter calling for grievances. The 21-year-old "prime culprit" Niu Tengyu was sentenced to 14 years in prison after being unfairly tried for 24 young Chinese people involved in the case of the disclosure of information about Xi Jinping's daughter in 2019. The parents of this group of young people recently wrote an open letter criticizing the verdict for being full of loopholes, and their children have become scapegoats in political cases.
  4. On February 14 this year, in front of the government of Xiaotangshan Town in Beijing, Li Qiang's mother and son, who had been sleeping in the cold winter for nearly a month, were attacked by unknown persons. As the owner of the Jiuhua Agricultural Science Demonstration Park in Xiaotangshan Town, Li Qiang’s house was demolished and is now homeless. He can only sleep on the street in front of the town government with his mother.
  5. [Former Peking University security support Zhang Zhan's anti-totalitarian "disappeared"] Former Peking University security guard Zhang Pancheng, who was sentenced to one and a half years for recording a video opposing the CCP’s dictatorship, has recently been suspected of supporting Zhang Zhan and Xiang totalitarian The shouting video was taken away by the police
  6. Wang Jing, a "64 Skynet" volunteer in exile in the United States, told our station that Pu Wenqing made this call accompanied by the police, "The police came to Huang Qi's mother's house and she was under the surveillance of the local police. On the phone with Huang Qi. Huang Qi said that after the first video interview last year, his nutrition meal was cancelled."
  7. To commemorate the 5th anniversary of the death of Jiang Xulin, a young Chinese scholar arrested on June 4th] Jiang Xulin, a young scholar in the Political Department of East China Normal University, hanged himself after leaving a suicide note on February 19, 2016, shocking Chinese intellectuals. His death made Many people lament that the situation of independent intellectuals has become increasingly difficult and that ideological control has intensified. Jiang Zeng was arrested for commemorating June 4th, but he did not stop the appeal because of the suppression. He often wrote articles in support of persecuted dissidents.
  8. [Hebei Zhao Chunhong was intercepted and detained in Beijing] According to the latest news, the Hebei petitioner Zhao Chunhong was taken to the police station in the morning of the 18th while checking his ID at the Qianmen subway entrance in Beijing. Zhao Chunhong had no choice but to call the inspector to complain and fight on a hunger strike. It is reported that Zhao Chunhong used to spend one million to operate a copper mine in 2006, but some dark shares of the copper mine were held by officials of the Bureau of Resources, and Zhao was deprived of the right to operate as a result. Later, he insisted on petitioning for many years because of his dissatisfaction with the equity distribution.
  9. [Britain downgrades Hong Kong to a "regional hub"] The British Foreign Office recently updated its business guidelines for Hong Kong. In the new version of the guidelines, Hong Kong is no longer described as enjoying a high degree of autonomy, and Hong Kong is downgraded from an "international financial center" to a "regional hub". Hub” and claimed that there is evidence that some companies are under pressure from the Chinese side because of their employees’ political opinions or participation in demonstrations. The guidelines also emphasize that the "Hong Kong National Security Act" clearly and seriously violates the "Sino-British Joint Declaration."
  10. [Moutai chief engineer shortlisted academician candidates cause controversy] On February 9, the website of the Guizhou Science and Technology Association showed that Wang Li, the chief engineer and chief quality officer of Maotai Group, was recommended by the Guizhou Association for Science and Technology to be nominated for the list of academicians of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. This news sparked heated discussions among netizens. Many people associated it with the controversy of "Academicians of Tobacco" many years ago. They ridiculed Wang Li as "Academician of sauce-flavor", and said ironically: "Suggestion to select the Nobel Prize in Medicine" and "Congratulations." Be side by side with Zhong Nanshan"
  11. [Canada intends to label China’s persecution of Uighurs in Xinjiang as genocide] Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau said on the 16th that Canada and other countries are considering setting China’s treatment of ethnic minority Uighurs as "genocide." Said: "This is a very heavy word. As far as Uyghurs are concerned, it is definitely something we should examine. I know that the international community is taking this matter very carefully, and of course we will not hesitate to participate in it."
  12. [Li Zhiying and others illegally assembled the case and the two plead guilty] The founder of Next Media Group Li Zhiying and the former chairman of the Democratic Party, Martin Lee and He Junren, and other nine Hong Kong pro-democracy activists were charged with involvement in the 818 illegal assembly case in 2019 on 16. The Hong Kong West Kowloon Court opened the trial. Among them, Ou Nuoxuan pleaded guilty to two charges in court, while Liang Yaozhong pleaded guilty to participating in the unauthorized assembly, but the other seven denied all charges and will defend themselves in the 10-day trial.
  13. [3 people in the Changsha Funeng case were arrested for nearly two years, and the US mayor urged their release] Cheng Yuan, Liu Dazhi and Wu Ge Jianxiong, three members of the "Changsha Funeng" in Hunan, China, were "subverted by the authorities" in 2019 It has been 20 months since the crime was detained. The mayor of New Haven, the United States, wrote to the mayor of Changsha, expressing "close attention" to the three people. The letter mentioned that the three arrested persons and the "Changsha Fu Neng" organization are committed to eliminating discrimination suffered by vulnerable groups. The Mayor of New Haven urged the release of the three.
  14. [Dong Yaoqiong, a woman with splashing ink, was detained in a mental hospital for the third time] Beijing painter Hua Yong recently disclosed that Dong Yaoqiong, a woman with splashing ink in Hunan, was suspected of being detained in the third mental hospital in Zhuzhou City for the third time. Prior to this, Dong Yaoqiong had splashed ink on portraits of the leaders of the Communist Party of China, and was later arrested by the police. After her release last year, she said on Twitter that she was not mentally ill and the authorities forced her to detain her. At present, Dong Yaoqiong's Twitter has basically been emptied.
  15. [Chinese dissident Zhang Jialong convicted for his Twitter remarks and released after serving his sentence] Chinese dissident Zhang Jialong was accused by the authorities in 2019 of “posting and reposting a large number of false information that slandered the image of the party, the country, and the government” on Twitter. , Was later sentenced to 1 year and 6 months in prison for the crime of provoking troubles and quarrels, and was released on the 11th of this month. Zhang Jialong is a media person who has reported many incidents of China's rights defense and called on the United States to impose sanctions on those involved in the construction of China's network firewall.
  16. The Guangzhou National Security Bureau arrested pro-democracy activists in Guangzhou on November 12, 2020 on the grounds of subverting state power. So far, it has learned that 6 people have been arrested, namely: Fan Yiping, Hu Tianfeng, Fan Wencheng, Lai Jianjun, Qiao Lianhong, Wei Yani. Fan Yiping was subsequently placed under residential surveillance in designated residences on suspicion of "subverting state power." On January 27, 2021, Fan Yiping and Hu Tianfeng were transferred to criminal detention on the same charge.
  17. Liu Yanli, a citizen of Jingmen, Hubei Province, was sentenced to four years after being guilty of her words. She was transferred to Hankou Prison on October 15, 2020, but her family members have been unable to meet. There was no reply to the letter sent, and the remittance was returned. Any news to Liu Yanli. Liu Yanli has no news, life and death unknown!
  18. This Shenkang Mental Hospital in Jin'an District, Fuzhou City is a black prison that holds many petitioners. It has been two Spring Festivals since He Guanjiao was imprisoned in a mental hospital, and his family has not seen anyone or a corpse. This is the true human rights situation in China.
  19. Geng Jiafeng: born on July 26, 1973, a rights protection petitioner, a villager in Xinzhuang Village, Maqiao Town, Huantai County, Zibo City, Shandong Province. On September 29, 2020, the court of Hengtai County, Zibo City was charged with "picking quarrels and provoking trouble" (2 years and 6 months), "obstructing official duties" (1 year and 3 months), and "extortion" (1 year). 10 months) Three offenses and multiple offenses were sentenced for 4 years and 6 months, and he refused to accept the appeal; on January 21, 2021, the appeal was rejected and the original sentence was upheld.
  20. Wu Jixin, a human rights activist in Xuzhou, Jiangsu, raised a placard for the Spring Festival Gala on February 9, because he was displaced and homeless, and wanted to find a warm home like the Spring Festival Gala. On February 9th, 10th, and 11th, for three consecutive days in Xuzhou, Jiangsu, the national human rights petitioners held a placard to the petitioners detained across the country to pay homage to the national detained petitioners, and strongly demanded the release of all detained petitioners across the country to go home for the New Year. Wu Jixin also raised a placard and asked officials to disclose his property.
  21. English translation by XIA YOU
  22. Stories Collected by Sun Yi, member of China Democracy Party.


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