A university student, Feng Hanchen, wears a pair of paper handcuffs during the 24 hours he spent in a cage in Tang Jie's living room in Fuyang, China, as part of an art project to highlight social injustice. Photo: The Starving Artist Project A university student, Feng Hanchen, wears a pair of paper handcuffs during the 24 hours he spent in a cage in Tang Jie's living room in Fuyang, China, as part of an art project to highlight social injustice. Photo: The Starving Artist Project
A university student, Feng Hanchen, wears a pair of paper handcuffs during the 24 hours he spent in a cage in Tang Jie's living room in Fuyang, China, as part of an art project to highlight social injustice. Photo: The Starving Artist Project

Woman in China stages public art protests over husband’s jailing and other social injustices

  • A mother of two in Fuyang, eastern China, is using protest art to seek the release from prison of her businessman husband, convicted of being a triad leader
  • She rolled giant inflatable balls proclaiming his innocence across a bridge, formed e-bikes into an SOS sign, and live-streams volunteers in a mock jail cell

Topic |   China Society
A university student, Feng Hanchen, wears a pair of paper handcuffs during the 24 hours he spent in a cage in Tang Jie's living room in Fuyang, China, as part of an art project to highlight social injustice. Photo: The Starving Artist Project A university student, Feng Hanchen, wears a pair of paper handcuffs during the 24 hours he spent in a cage in Tang Jie's living room in Fuyang, China, as part of an art project to highlight social injustice. Photo: The Starving Artist Project
A university student, Feng Hanchen, wears a pair of paper handcuffs during the 24 hours he spent in a cage in Tang Jie's living room in Fuyang, China, as part of an art project to highlight social injustice. Photo: The Starving Artist Project
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