While the Beijing Olympics are still in full swing, many on Chinese social media are focused on developments taking place some 430 miles south of the capital.
Many people think that perhaps Xiao Huamei — who was trafficked in 1996 — was actually once married to Dong and is the mother of the oldest child, but that the chained mother in Xuzhou is another woman.
Ukraine crisis: Putin's geopolitical jigsaw Winter Olympics: How will the Covid bubbles work? Incidents like what happened to the Xuzhou chained women are not uncommon in the regions where the the provinces of Henan, Anhui, and Jiangsu , where the tough criminal traffickers are often protected by corrupted local officials.
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A Douyin vlogger exposed the living conditions of this mother of eight in a small village in Xuzhou.
This is not only a problem in the general Chinese society, but Chinese Christians may also be influenced by such a culture.
Even though it is probably true that Yang suffers from a mental illness, NewsBro says, it does not excuse her being mistreated like this and letting her live chained up in the cold.
In an environment of increasingly harsh speech control, is it right to ask Christians to stand up for justice? They also pay their respects to the chained-up woman in the video.