Shibalihe Women's Reeducation Through Labor Camp

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Shibalihe Women's Reeducation Through Labor Camp is a Chinese facility where female dissidents sentenced to re-education through labor serve their sentences. It is located in Zhengzhou city in Henan Province. Shibalihe River is where Cheng Jianping (also known as Wang Yi) was sentenced in 2010 after her three word Tweet. Her phrase "Charge, angry youth!" although said to be sarcastic, was ruled an attempt to disrupt public order by the court.[1]

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  1. ^ Grammaticas, Damian, "Chinese woman jailed over Twitter post", BBC, 18 November 2010.