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Rat Race In China?

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Just after the news of the selling of rats meat mixed with lamb meat in China's restaurants and shops, a high school student in Zhejiang province found a rat in his breakfast, just bought from school canteen. The boy says: "I had one bite of the rice ball, and had a glimpse of the rat head in it, I did not believe it was a rat, and I had a better look.... than I had to run outside to vomit..... other classmates were vomiting as some of them had the same type of breakfast. Some male students quickly came to take photos..... (screenshot from Chinese blogs)

 

The Headmaster of the school told journalists that people from the local Food And Drug Administration had checked the canteen, and found dried rat bones, or half of the head of ra at in dried mushrooms.(photo below).

In Chinese cooking, normally, dry mushrooms have to be washed and soaked in water before cooking.

A blogger says: Now I understand why students should not be allowed to carry mobile phones to school... you see, once these photos up on the web.......too much trouble.....

According to the Headmaster, students who eat the same dish were sent to hospital but suffered no ill symptoms.

Man With No Feet Disappears Whilst Under Police Guard PDF Print E-mail
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A Falun Gong (or Falun Dafa) practitioner, Wang Xingchun has disappeared from a hospital bed while guarded by police.

Mr Wang was persecuted severely by the Communist regime for not denouncing his belief in the spiritual practice of Falun Gong which was illegally banned in China under the Chinese Constitution.

He lost both feet in previous episodes of torture and this time the 610 officers (a special branch for persecuting Falun Gong practitioners) beat him and detained him in hospital, his hands cuffed to the hospital bed. When his relatives went to the hospital to see him, he was unconscious, his face was bruised and his arms cut by the beatings he received. Nevertheless he mysteriously disappeared.  

Policemen were frantically harassing local Falun Gong practitioners and his relatives about Wang's disappearance. But Chinese police would not release the video of how Mr Wang left the hospital.

According to the CCTV, he escaped by himself.

Background information on Wang Xinchun

Mr. Wang Xinchun was born in 1976, and during the 14 years that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have persecuted Falun Gong, his house was ransacked a dozen times, he and his family were monitored, their ID's were seized, and their possessions and money were stolen merely because they were Falun Gong practitioners and believe in Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance.

In 2002 Mr.Wang was kidnapped by the director of the Fenggou police station, Ms. Wang Wei and another policeman. He escaped afterwards, however was pursued, and the mountain that he was hiding in was surrounded by police. He fell into a river during his escape and his feet and legs were frozen by the icy water. He was pursued three days and two nights in the mountain, finally, he was caught by Wang Wei and Bian Haitang who beat him and took him to Fenggou police station although his two feet were frozen into ice.

He was given no medical attention, however, Wang Wei ordered another policeman, Bian Haitang to pour boiling water into a basin, and stuck both of Wang’s feet into the boiling water.

Mr. Wang lost consciousness immediately and afterwards could not stand up any more.  The police, in order to shirk their responsibility, sent Mr. Wang home.

After returning home, Mr. Wang’s feet were infected, however, his family were too poor to afford medical treatment, as the whole family had been persecuted for their belief in Falun Gong, and their possessions and money were stolen by police.

So, Mr. Wang lost both of his feet and was permanently disabled, but that was not the end of his persecution by the Communist regime.

Last Updated on Sunday, 10 November 2013 23:11
 

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