Dong Yaoqiong said in a video that she could “no longer carry on under such stressful surveillance”. Photo: Twitter Dong Yaoqiong said in a video that she could “no longer carry on under such stressful surveillance”. Photo: Twitter
Dong Yaoqiong said in a video that she could “no longer carry on under such stressful surveillance”. Photo: Twitter

Human rights in China

China’s ‘Ink Girl’ who defaced Xi Jinping poster allowed to contact father after protest

  • Dong Yaoqiong posted a video on Twitter saying she was ‘on the verge of collapse’ because of restrictions and surveillance
  • She has twice been admitted to a psychiatric facility against her will after throwing black ink on an image of the president in 2018, family says

Topic |   Human rights in China
Dong Yaoqiong said in a video that she could “no longer carry on under such stressful surveillance”. Photo: Twitter Dong Yaoqiong said in a video that she could “no longer carry on under such stressful surveillance”. Photo: Twitter
Dong Yaoqiong said in a video that she could “no longer carry on under such stressful surveillance”. Photo: Twitter
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