Ou Biaofeng, 40, pictured with a copy of the now defunct Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily. Photo: Handout Ou Biaofeng, 40, pictured with a copy of the now defunct Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily. Photo: Handout
Ou Biaofeng, 40, pictured with a copy of the now defunct Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily. Photo: Handout

China charges ‘Ink Girl’ supporter with subversion as room for dissent narrows further

  • Ou Biaofeng had expressed support for Dong Yaoqiong, who was held in a psychiatric facility for splashing ink on a picture of Xi Jinping
  • His friend and fellow activist Li Xuewen says the charge is an act of ‘retribution for years of resistance’

Topic |   Human rights in China
Ou Biaofeng, 40, pictured with a copy of the now defunct Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily. Photo: Handout Ou Biaofeng, 40, pictured with a copy of the now defunct Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily. Photo: Handout
Ou Biaofeng, 40, pictured with a copy of the now defunct Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily. Photo: Handout
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