The iron chain girl incident continues to ferment and the people are "lost contact" again

The iron chain girl incident continues to ferment and the people are "lost contact" again  The iron chain girl incident in Xuzhou, Jiangsu continued to ferment. Recently, Deng Fei, a well-known media person, made a real-name report through the Internet and asked the public security organs to file a case for review of the legality of the marriage of the " chain girl " . Two netizens who were previously detained for their support of the Chain Girl were reportedly taken away by the police again and lost contact.   Tracking the event of a mother of eight On March 4 , Deng Fei, a former well-known media person who exposed Dong Zhimin's marriage certificate in the Xuzhou Chain Girl incident, reported it through his real name on Weibo, asking the public security organs to file a case for review of the legality of the Chain Girl's marriage and make a public decision. .  In the report, Deng Fei cited relevant laws and questions from various parties, and proposed to clarify three issues between Dong Zhimin and Tie Lian Nu within the framework of the rule of law, including: Is the marriage registration between the two valid? Are the two legally married? And whether the chain girl is a family member of Dong Zhimin's family?  In addition, the Chinese microblogging community recently reported that one of the two female volunteers who went to Fengxian County, Xuzhou to support the Chain Ladies, the woman with the online name " I can carry 120 pounds " was taken away by the Xuzhou police again, and she communicated with the outside world. Lost contact. Netizens estimate that she will be forced to spend time in Xuzhou during the " two sessions " and " March 8th Women's Day " .  Since the Xuzhou " Chain Girl Incident " was exposed by Chinese We Media on January 28 , the authorities have published five editions of the investigation report and announced the handling of some low-level officials. Facing the pressure of public opinion at home and abroad, China's Ministry of Public Security recently announced the launch of a ten-month " special campaign against trafficking " .  Although the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war has diverted the focus of some public opinion, Chen Guangcheng, a blind rights activist in the United States, believes that the Chinese people will never give up their attention and accountability for the Chain Girl incident: "The Communist Party is not solving this social problem at all. , it is lest this social problem will become the first domino, and cause the entire Chinese ordinary people to pay attention to social justice, the CCP’s governance, etc. I think that the CCP wants to let this matter pass, although it is not 100% Impossible, but unlikely .... The Communist Party may cut it off the Internet, but you can never get it out of people's memory, from people's minds. "  Even during the Beijing Winter Olympics, which were highly publicized by Chinese officials, the Chained Women incident remained the focus of public opinion.  Chen Guangcheng said that although the Chinese authorities continued to delete posts and arrest people, netizens continued to track the development of the incident: " The speed of the Communist Party's control, we have seen in the past, has not been as fast as its spread. As long as If the speed of the spread exceeds the speed of the Communist Party's control, it will become more and more fermented, instead of being controlled by it on the contrary. If you can't see it online, it doesn't mean the people don't know it. "  When it comes to the actions of Chinese civil society in the future, Chen Guangcheng believes that the method is not important, the most important thing is to keep working hard and never give up: " Everyone can work together and do their best, from different angles and methods, as long as they can This matter keeps moving forward, even if it can't be pushed forward, similar things push it forward and let everyone know more. For example, the iron cage girl incident, which has been exposed in the past three months, (amongst others) Some situations. In short, if you don’t stop, there is hope. ”  Zhang Jing, executive director of the American non-governmental organization " Women's Rights in China " based in New York, believes that public opinion's attention to the women's chain incident may be downplayed by the current Russian-Ukrainian war: " At this time, the CCP is the happiest , everyone (attention) shift. So whether they guide the focus to support Russia, or they have to weigh their own interests, how to retract, anyway, they are very comfortable. We pay attention to the international situation and Ukraine, but And don't give up easily on these people who are suffering at home. "  This Tuesday is the international "March 8th Women's Day " . Several organizations in New York, including China Democracy Party, Christian Charity Alliance, " Humane China " and " Youth China " will jointly hold a demonstration outside the UN headquarters to express two major demands: First, to call on the international community to pay attention to the abduction and trafficking of Chinese women and children , lost and abused, and demanded that UNESCO cancel Peng Liyuan's status as " special envoy for the promotion of girls' and women's education " .  Zhang Jing emphasized that she hoped that domestic intellectuals and non-governmental organizations can exert their respective influences at this moment, so as to continue to pay attention to the experience of the chain girl.   Reported by Radio Free Asia reporter Kady Washington Editor-in-Chief: He Ping Web Editor: Hong Wei



The iron chain girl incident in Xuzhou, Jiangsu continued to ferment. Recently, Deng Fei, a well-known media person, made a real-name report through the Internet and asked the public security organs to file a case for review of the legality of the marriage of the " chain girl " . Two netizens who were previously detained for their support of the Chain Girl were reportedly taken away by the police again and lost contact.


Tracking the event of a mother of eight
On March 4 , Deng Fei, a former well-known media person who exposed Dong Zhimin's marriage certificate in the Xuzhou Chain Girl incident, reported it through his real name on Weibo, asking the public security organs to file a case for review of the legality of the Chain Girl's marriage and make a public decision. .

In the report, Deng Fei cited relevant laws and questions from various parties, and proposed to clarify three issues between Dong Zhimin and Tie Lian Nu within the framework of the rule of law, including: Is the marriage registration between the two valid? Are the two legally married? And whether the chain girl is a family member of Dong Zhimin's family?

In addition, the Chinese microblogging community recently reported that one of the two female volunteers who went to Fengxian County, Xuzhou to support the Chain Ladies, the woman with the online name " I can carry 120 pounds " was taken away by the Xuzhou police again, and she communicated with the outside world. Lost contact. Netizens estimate that she will be forced to spend time in Xuzhou during the " two sessions " and " March 8th Women's Day " .

Since the Xuzhou " Chain Girl Incident " was exposed by Chinese We Media on January 28 , the authorities have published five editions of the investigation report and announced the handling of some low-level officials. Facing the pressure of public opinion at home and abroad, China's Ministry of Public Security recently announced the launch of a ten-month " special campaign against trafficking " .

Although the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war has diverted the focus of some public opinion, Chen Guangcheng, a blind rights activist in the United States, believes that the Chinese people will never give up their attention and accountability for the Chain Girl incident: "The Communist Party is not solving this social problem at all. , it is lest this social problem will become the first domino, and cause the entire Chinese ordinary people to pay attention to social justice, the CCP’s governance, etc. I think that the CCP wants to let this matter pass, although it is not 100% Impossible, but unlikely .... The Communist Party may cut it off the Internet, but you can never get it out of people's memory, from people's minds. "

Even during the Beijing Winter Olympics, which were highly publicized by Chinese officials, the Chained Women incident remained the focus of public opinion.

Chen Guangcheng said that although the Chinese authorities continued to delete posts and arrest people, netizens continued to track the development of the incident: " The speed of the Communist Party's control, we have seen in the past, has not been as fast as its spread. As long as If the speed of the spread exceeds the speed of the Communist Party's control, it will become more and more fermented, instead of being controlled by it on the contrary. If you can't see it online, it doesn't mean the people don't know it. "

When it comes to the actions of Chinese civil society in the future, Chen Guangcheng believes that the method is not important, the most important thing is to keep working hard and never give up: " Everyone can work together and do their best, from different angles and methods, as long as they can This matter keeps moving forward, even if it can't be pushed forward, similar things push it forward and let everyone know more. For example, the iron cage girl incident, which has been exposed in the past three months, (amongst others) Some situations. In short, if you don’t stop, there is hope. ”

Zhang Jing, executive director of the American non-governmental organization " Women's Rights in China " based in New York, believes that public opinion's attention to the women's chain incident may be downplayed by the current Russian-Ukrainian war: " At this time, the CCP is the happiest , everyone (attention) shift. So whether they guide the focus to support Russia, or they have to weigh their own interests, how to retract, anyway, they are very comfortable. We pay attention to the international situation and Ukraine, but And don't give up easily on these people who are suffering at home. "

This Tuesday is the international "March 8th Women's Day " . Several organizations in New York, including China Democracy Party, Christian Charity Alliance, " Humane China " and " Youth China " will jointly hold a demonstration outside the UN headquarters to express two major demands: First, to call on the international community to pay attention to the abduction and trafficking of Chinese women and children , lost and abused, and demanded that UNESCO cancel Peng Liyuan's status as " special envoy for the promotion of girls' and women's education " .

Zhang Jing emphasized that she hoped that domestic intellectuals and non-governmental organizations can exert their respective influences at this moment, so as to continue to pay attention to the experience of the chain girl.


Reported by Radio Free Asia reporter Kady Washington Editor-in-Chief: He Ping Web Editor: Hong Wei

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