Dong Yaoqiong

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Dong Yaoqiong (Chinese: 董瑶琼; born 1989), who owned the Twitter account @Feefeefly, is a young woman who previously lived in Shanghai and was born and raised in Zhuzhou, Hunan province, People's Republic of China. Before her disappearance, she had been working as a realty agent and had been a dissident in China for a while.[1] She went incommunicado from 4 July 2018 after uniformed men visited her apartment on the same day that she streamed live video from the square of HNA Group headquarters. The video showed her criticizing the Chinese communist party-style high-pressured governance, authoritarianism as well as brainwashing process imposed on Chinese people. She is also shown splashing ink on a poster of Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Communist Party of China, whom she called a dictator on social media.[2][3][4][5][6]

An artist with an assumed name in Beijing complimented Feefeefly on her brave behaviour of daring to criticize the Chinese communist party for its wrongdoings that busted out the bubble of the CCP's deification.[7]

On September 9, 2018, the website Boxun reported that the administration of the hospital where Dong had been forcibly hospitalized was asked by officials to quietly feed Dong poison over a prolonged period of time, aiming that she would die while in the hospital and never be discharged alive.[8]

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  1. ^ 特约记者:扬帆 责编:石山/嘉远 网编:洪伟 (2018-07-05). ""泼墨女孩"一天内被广泛传播 中国网民赞其勇敢" ["Ink Girl" was widely disseminated in one day. Chinese netizens praise her courage. "]. Radio Free Asia (in Chinese). Retrieved 2018-07-06.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Shanghai Woman Missing, Believed Detained After Inking Poster of President". Radio Free Asia. 2018-07-05. Retrieved 2018-07-06.
  3. ^ "Video: Concerns over whereabouts of Shanghai woman who splashed ink on Xi Jinping poster, as Twitter account disappears". Hong Kong Free Press HKFP. 2018-07-05. Retrieved 2018-07-06.
  4. ^ Cho, Kassy; Yang, William (2018-07-06). "This Woman Threw Ink On A Photo Of China's President On A Livestream And Now She's Disappeared". BuzzFeed. Retrieved 2018-07-06.
  5. ^ Joyce, Kathleen (2018-07-13). "Woman disappears after she recorded herself throwing ink on poster of Chinese president, report says". Fox News. Retrieved 2018-07-22.
  6. ^ "Chinese woman said to be detained after tossing ink on poster with image of President Xi Jinping". 海峽時報. 2018-07-17.
  7. ^ "潑墨之後…習近平畫像又遭殃 這回被塗泥巴 - 大陸傳真 - 兩岸" [After the splash of ink... Xi Jinping's portrait was ravaged again. This time it was painted mud]. 世界日報 (in Chinese). 2018-07-06. Retrieved 2018-07-06.
  8. ^ "传已下令:不能让泼墨女孩活着走出医院" [Chuan has ordered: "can not let the girl who splashed ink out of the hospital alive."]. 博訊. 2018-09-07.

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