Luo Daiqing was sentenced to six months in jail by a district court in November for “provocation” after he posted tweets that “defaced the image of the country’s leaders”. Photo: AFP Luo Daiqing was sentenced to six months in jail by a district court in November for “provocation” after he posted tweets that “defaced the image of the country’s leaders”. Photo: AFP
Luo Daiqing was sentenced to six months in jail by a district court in November for “provocation” after he posted tweets that “defaced the image of the country’s leaders”. Photo: AFP

Chinese student jailed over cartoon dig at leaders in tweets posted in US

  • Student served six months behind bars in Wuhan for ‘defacing the image of the country’s leaders’

Topic |   US-China trade war
Luo Daiqing was sentenced to six months in jail by a district court in November for “provocation” after he posted tweets that “defaced the image of the country’s leaders”. Photo: AFP Luo Daiqing was sentenced to six months in jail by a district court in November for “provocation” after he posted tweets that “defaced the image of the country’s leaders”. Photo: AFP
Luo Daiqing was sentenced to six months in jail by a district court in November for “provocation” after he posted tweets that “defaced the image of the country’s leaders”. Photo: AFP
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