A neighbourhood association in Hunan province caused a social media uproar because its anti-gang poster campaign called for monitoring the mentally ill and parents who have lost their only child. Photo: Weibo A neighbourhood association in Hunan province caused a social media uproar because its anti-gang poster campaign called for monitoring the mentally ill and parents who have lost their only child. Photo: Weibo
A neighbourhood association in Hunan province caused a social media uproar because its anti-gang poster campaign called for monitoring the mentally ill and parents who have lost their only child. Photo: Weibo
China Society

Online outrage over Chinese anti-gang campaign targeting mentally ill and parents of dead children

  • A poster by a neighbourhood association in Xiangtan city, Hunan province, listed the stigmatised groups as people to monitor
  • Images shown on Weibo drew widespread condemnation and the posters have come down

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A neighbourhood association in Hunan province caused a social media uproar because its anti-gang poster campaign called for monitoring the mentally ill and parents who have lost their only child. Photo: Weibo A neighbourhood association in Hunan province caused a social media uproar because its anti-gang poster campaign called for monitoring the mentally ill and parents who have lost their only child. Photo: Weibo
A neighbourhood association in Hunan province caused a social media uproar because its anti-gang poster campaign called for monitoring the mentally ill and parents who have lost their only child. Photo: Weibo
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