Australia writer Yang Hengjun's Wife in Hiding from CCP Print
Global Stage
Friday, 12 July 2019 11:45

On July 7, Yuan Xiaoliang, the wife of Chinese-Australian writer Yang Hengjun, was taken by agents of the Chinese Communist Party(CCP) and questioned for two hours. Two days earlier, she had tried to leave China and return to Australia, but was refused leave.

Earlier this year, Yang Hengjun was 'disappeared' by the CCP after his return to China.

Yuan Xiaoliang is currently in hiding to avoid being pursued by the CCP.

Feng Chongyi, a friend of Mr. Yang's and a professor at the University of Science and Technology in Sydney, said the Chinese communist authorities had made it clear to Ms. Yuan that she would be punished if she was interviewed by international media.

 

Yuan Xiaoliang is well known as a "Wu Mao Party" ( 50 cent party, internet commentators who are hired by the Chinese regime in an attempt to manipulate public opinion to the benefit of the CCP) and "Ran Xiang" is her internet name.

She has made frequent statements defending the communist dictatorship, denouncing democratic freedoms in the West, and saying that "democracy is not successful in Asia". She and Kong Qingdong, Si ma-nan and others are famous as being the five 'super Wu Mao' of the Communist party.

Overseas agent of CCP

Yuan Xiaoliang's husband, Yang Hengjun, 53, graduated from Fudan University's Department of International Politics and has worked for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Hainan Provincial Government and Chinese-funded companies in Hong Kong.

He was naturalized in Australia in 2000 and has lived in the United States with his family in recent years. On January 19 this year, after he. his wife and daughter flew from New York to Guangzhou, Yang Hengjun was taken from the airport by authorities and 'disappeared'.

 

Hong Kong's Ming Pao newspaper quoted Beijing as saying that Yang Hengjun was an overseas agent working for the CCP and that the arrest was essentially one of the actions of the Beijing current authorities to clean up overseas supporters of (former leader) Jiang Zemin's faction of the CCP.

On April 8, Yuan Xiaoliang was interviewed by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and wept as she asked the Australian government to rescue her husband from the CCP.

Ironically, on May 24 last year, Yuan Xiaoliang also published an article entitled "Confessions of a Special Woman", saying that she had gone to the United States to live and that her children had enrolled in New York. She also claims to her blog followers: "I live in America, but I am working for anti American."

 

Now that she is in trouble, it appears that she is asking for help from the same western democracies that she has spent her life defaming.