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Proteste in Yúyáo | „PraktikantInnen“
Oktober 16th, 2013 by Gao

Christopher Bodeen: Thousands Protest Flood Response in Chinese City (AP/ABC)

An unspecified number of people at Tuesday’s protest in the Zhejiang province city of Yuyao were arrested for „radical acts“ including throwing bricks at police and flipping over government vehicles, the official English-language Global Times reported.

Eric Crouch: Photos and video from mass protest in Yuyao: 1500 police on the streets (Shanghaiist)
浙江镇干部视察水灾因穿高档鞋让村支书背(大洋新闻 / 信息时报)
Zhang Yiwei, Yang Hui: Yuyao faces continued flood woes (Global Times)
Jiang Yabin: Flood victims still facing food shortage (Global Times)
Yuan Kaiyu, Liu Dong: Official calls for restraint in Yuyao (Global Times)

Cai Qi, head of the Organization Department of the Communist Party of China Zhejiang Provincial Committee, called for residents in Yuyao to restrain from radical acts on his Tencent Weibo account Tuesday, saying that local government officials have been trying their best in disaster relief.
Many residents in Yuyao also called for rational reflection on the city’s disaster warning and emergency response system instead of blind protest on Tuesday, while thousands of people gathered to criticize the government’s ineffectiveness in the disaster relief work following Typhoon Fitow brought severe flood to the city.

Eine als Reportage getarnte Inhaltsangabe zu einem neuen Buch von Jenny Chan, Pun Ngai und Mark Selden:
Aditya Chakrabortty: Forced student labour is central to the Chinese economic miracle (Guardian)

China has an army of student labour making Apple products, Playstation consoles and other gadgets for the west. The teenagers‘ stories make upsetting reading.


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