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Where The Real Monsters Are in China....

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.... is not in the government, it's the whole society.

 

Watch as I show you each day what I am talking about.

 

 

 

 

Family suspected over needle in girl's brain

Agence France-Presse in Beijing

1:21pm, Oct 12, 2009

 

 

Doctors in southwestern China have removed a needle from the brain of an 11-year-old girl, believed inserted after birth in an attempted murder by relatives who had wanted a boy, a report said on Thursday.

Rusted needle shards were detected by doctors in August after fruitless attempts by the girl’s mother over the years to find the cause of an apparent mental disability, the Sichuan Online news website reported.

 

 

 

The girl, identified as “Ping Ping”, did not begin walking or talking until she was six, currently has the intelligence level of a three-year-old, and has suffered for years from unexplained fevers, it said.

 

She was said to be recovering from the operation at a hospital in Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province.

 

The child’s mother, Yang Xiaohui, said she suspected that relatives had tried to kill the child shortly after birth.

 

Under China’s “one child” family planning policy, the traditional cultural and economic preference for boys remains strong, especially in the vast and poor countryside.

 

Reports of aborted female foetuses and infanticide remain common.

 

In 2007, doctors in southwestern Yunnan province discovered 26 needles embedded in the body of a 29-year-old woman, state media said at the time.

 

They were believed to have been inserted not long after she was born by grandparents upset she was not a boy, the reports said. Doctors operated on the woman to remove the needles

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Six sentenced to death after Nigeria is sent fake drugs

Fiona Tam

Dec 10, 2009

 

 

The mainland sentenced to death six people who exported fake drugs to Nigeria tagged "Made in India" after both countries lodged complaints with Beijing, the Ministry of Commerce said yesterday.

Authorities provided no further details about the drug dealers.

 

 

 

In June, Nigeria's National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control said it had seized a large consignment of phoney anti-malaria drugs from China that were sold in the country tagged "Made in India". They were valued at more than US$210,000.

 

Beijing formally apologised to Nigeria and assured it of a thorough investigation and punishment of those involved, the Indian news website Hindu Online reported. But the ministry also said India should share responsibility, as some Indians who exported spurious drugs to Nigeria were also standing trial in India.

 

The mainland's pharmaceutical industry is lucrative but its supervision has been much criticised. Many of its drug manufacturers have been blamed for deaths linked to fake or poor-quality drugs sold in the country and abroad.

 

The Nigerian government has banned about 30 Indian and Chinese pharmaceutical companies for exporting counterfeit drugs from 2001 to 2007. Indian media attributed the ban to fake Chinese drugs labelled Indian-made, seriously defaming its pharmaceutical industry.

 

The Times of India quoted a senior Indian Commerce Ministry official as saying it had received complaints about Chinese firms offloading fake drugs as Indian products in South Africa, Ghana, Ivory Coast and other African countries.

 

India enjoys a substantial market share in Nigeria, which imports about 60 per cent of its drugs.

 

An editorial published by India's Central Chronicle newspaper in August said China clearly hoped the stratagem would remove "credible and in-huge-demand" Indian drugs from Arab and African nations.

 

"India poses a big challenge before China in the matter of drug exportation, and it is way behind. Now it has adopted this unethical way [to gain the upper hand] by damaging Indian drugs' trade reputation through a supply of fake Indian drugs," the newspaper said.

 

But Bian Zhenjia, deputy commissioner of the State Food and Drug Administration, denied the country was a major exporter of fake drugs, blaming unfair reports by foreign media. The drug safety watchdog nevertheless promised stricter application of the criminal law for crimes involving fake drugs. Violators can be sentenced to between three years and life in prison and fined.

 

One of every four malaria patients in Africa was in Nigeria, and about 30 per cent of the country's childhood deaths were from the disease, Nigerian National Planning Minister Dr Shamsuddeen Usman said.

 

Nigeria lost US$1 billion every year because of malaria, China's Economic and Commercial Counsellor's Office in Nigeria said.

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Action against child kidnaps 'inadequate'

Shenzhen parents despair despite arrests and plans to boost police security near schools

He Huifeng

Dec 10, 2009

 

 

Shenzhen police say they have detained six suspects in three kidnapping cases since October and 15 other people in busting four criminal gangs targeting students.

But many parents say the current measures by police are not enough and they have to rely on themselves to protect their children.

 

 

 

"Three families and I have paid 200 yuan [HK$227] each to hire this car to pick up our children," a mother said in front of Yuanling Primary School, where one of the kidnappings in the past six months took place.

 

Parents have been leaving work early and wait outside schools to take the safety of their children into their own hands, as they believe the 80-day campaign launched by police until the winter holidays is inadequate.

 

Police said on Tuesday that another part of the campaign would involve co-operating with schools on measures such as handing out brochures on student safety awareness. They will also tighten checks on rented housing in school areas and install additional monitoring cameras, and more officers have been scheduled to patrol while students are going to school and returning home.

 

The response follows a sharp rise in kidnappings and attempts on Shenzhen schoolchildren since October. Two kidnapped boys were killed, and at least three other children survived abductions or attempts. Besides Yuanling Primary School, Nanshan Foreign Languages School and Xinzhou Primary School also reported cases.

 

Many rich families pay more to send their children to the top primary schools, and the scare has forced them to change their behaviour.

 

"I usually drive my [Mercedes-]Benz to fetch my child, but now I use this one [an old Ford]. It's much more low-profile," said Zhong Yi, a businessman with a seven-year-old daughter at Xinzhou.

 

"I heard the boys were kidnapped and killed because the kidnappers thought their car was high-class. From then on, I told my child to say her father is a common employee."

 

A student at Xinzhou said many of her classmates used to compete over whose parent's car was better.

 

"But now, we just get in the car and leave," said the eight-year-old girl, who did not give her name. "Our teachers and parents said we shouldn't compete any more."

 

Another girl said her teacher told them to be alert to minivans in front of the school, as kidnappers might use them for abductions.

 

In October, an 11-year-old boy was kidnapped on his way to Nanshan School, and even though his parents paid the demanded US$500,000 ransom, he was killed.

 

A 13-year-old student from a Futian district middle school was kidnapped after school last month. Three suspects were seized and the child was rescued in Changsha , the capital of Hunan province.

 

Also last month, another student in Futian was kidnapped and killed by two men who claimed to have held a grudge against the child's uncle. The suspects were seized the next day.

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THis is one example of a scam that has been running here for years. Pay for job and visa, work for 3 months without wages, find visa is only tourist, lose pay (middle man gets kickback) and workers get kicked out of country.

 

 

False promises, invalid visas leave Chinese workers stranded in Romania

Source: Global Times [01:42 December 10 2009]Comments

By Xuyang Jingjing

 

Over 50 workers sent to work in Romania last year accused the agency and middleman of making false promises and giving invalid work visas. The case went to trial in Fengtai district court Wednesday.

 

In August, 52 workers from Gucheng county, Hebei Province, sued local middleman Wang Zhanglian and China International Enterprises Economic and Trade Company, a Beijing-based company that arranges Chinese people to work overseas, for compensation of 5.57 million yuan ($819,118).

 

One of the plaintiffs, surnamed Ma, said that Wang and the agency claimed they could arrange a legal work visa for Ma to work in Romania. After paying him 80,000 yuan ($11,764) as an entry fee and another 4,800 yuan ($706) in visa fees, Ma and 68 other fellow workers from Gucheng county were flown to a town in Bucharest, Romania in March 2008 to work on a construction site.

 

Three months later, the workers found that their visas were not working visas and were ordered by Romanian immigration to leave.

 

Some workers returned to China after the Romanian employer delayed paying their salaries. The rest sought help from the Chinese embassy in Romania and were repatriated.

 

Witnesses testified that they signed employment agreements with Wang but not with the Romanian employer. The plaintiffs accused Wang and the agency of not signing proper dispatch contracts and false promises and asked for over 100,000 yuan ($14,706) each in compensation.

 

The defendants argued that it was simply a labor dispute between the workers and the Romanian employer. Ye Lai, defense counsel, admitted that the Romanian employer had delayed payment, but said that the workers were also at fault.

 

The Chinese embassy in Romania has, on several occasions, reminded Chinese citizens who wish to work there to be cautious. The embassy posted a notice on its website earlier, saying that the construction industry has been shrinking due to the recession.

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Swine flu-hit toddler left dead in gutter

By Wang Xiang | 2009-12-10 | ONLINE EDITION

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A three-year-old swine flu patient was left dead in a gutter by his parents in south China's Guangdong Province, the Guangzhou Daily reported today.

 

The boy's body was found yesterday afternoon in Guangzhou's Baiyun District. A medical record was found beside the body which showed the boy surnamed Zhou was a Guangxi native diagnosed with H1N1 flu when he was hospitalized on November 28, the newspaper said, quoting an unnamed source.

 

The source also said Zhou's parents, both migrant workers, asked the hospital to release the boy and refused further treatment as they didn't have any money. But the toddler died soon after he was out of hospital and his body was left in the gutter.

 

Police said the body was highly infectious and cordoned off the area while a disease control crew sanitized the body, which is now in a mortuary.

 

Zhou has been treated in two local hospitals and was a critical H1N1 patient, confirmed Huang Fei, vice head of the provincial health authority. Huang has ordered an investigation.

 

All health expenses of H1N1 patients are covered by national health insurance in China, and hospitals can't discharge patients because of unpaid fees.

 

But the report said critical H1N1 patients are required to pay at least 3,000 yuan (US$440) as deposit before they were hospitalized. Great, so if you don't have the $$$ a highly infectious person is pushed back out in public. Smart.... CF

 

 

 

Read more: http://www.shanghaidaily.com/article/?id=422255&type=National#ixzz0ZHPRGuKU

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Death sentence for principal who raped girls

By Wang Xiang | 2009-12-10 | ONLINE EDITION

 

 

 

 

 

 

A SCHOOL principal in south China's Fujian Province has been sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve for raping girls aged under 14.

 

Quanzhou City Intermediate People's Court also convicted 17 others with principal Xu Xinjian yesterday for charges including organizing prostitution and engaging in sex with underage girls.

 

Xu said he was framed in the case and will appeal. Zhen Wenshan, a former member of Anxi County's legislature, was also sentenced to 11 years in prison. Another five suspects who had sex with five girls under 14 years old were jailed for between five to 13 years, Dong Nan Zao Bao newspaper reported today.

 

Yang Xiangsi, 18, the main organizer who forced schoolgirls into prostitution, was sentenced to life imprisonment.

 

He and 11 others also plan to appeal.

 

The scandal came to light after parents of a girl surnamed Li found their daughter acting oddly. They discovered that Yang had forced her into prostitution by threatening to beat her, and promising money if she complied.

 

Police investigated and found Yang and his gang had forced eight students from the school and two women into prostitution using similar methods. Xu and Zhen were also involved in the scandal.

 

 

 

Read more: http://www.shanghaidaily.com/article/?id=422267&type=National#ixzz0ZHQ6RIMx

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Couple peddles baby for US$366

By Jane Chen | 2009-12-10 | NEWSPAPER EDITION

 

 

 

 

 

 

A JOBLESS young couple sold their 6-day-old son for 2,500 yuan (US$366) and spent nearly half of the money for items including a mobile phone before police caught them in southwest China's Chongqing City.

 

The baby is being cared for at the Wanzhou Welfare Institute, yesterday's Chongqing Times reported.

 

Police heard about the baby sale last Thursday. Officers arrived at a residential building and found a middle-aged man bargaining with two others while holding a baby in his arms. The baby, wrapped in a thin blanket, was crying.

 

The man claimed to be the baby's uncle and was finding adoptive parents for the toddler, whose birth parents were working in south China's Guangdong Province.

 

The man, surnamed Li, 43, a Shalong native, later told police he had bought the baby the night before from a young couple at a small inn in Wanzhou, the report said. The couple, a 21-year-old man surnamed Xin and a 19-year-old woman surnamed Zhang, gave away the baby because they said they were unable to support it.

 

Li is said to have told the couple he had relatives who wanted to adopt a child. He managed to take the baby away by paying 2,500 yuan.

 

Li took the boy to his hometown and tried to sell him on the street for 10,000 yuan.

 

Angered passers-by called police.

 

On Friday, police caught the young couple.

 

They said they had spent about 1,000 yuan of the 2,500 yuan they got for the baby, including buying a mobile phone for 650 yuan.

 

"I have no job and cannot support myself, let alone the baby," the man told police.

 

He also reportedly said he didn't want the baby back.

 

 

 

Read more: http://www.shanghaidaily.com/article/?id=422192&type=National#ixzz0ZHQwaRB5

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Talking about minus 5-10C there at night.

 

 

Man makes infant sleep on street 'to punish wife'

(China Daily)

Updated: 2009-12-09 08:49

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A resident of Ningjin county in Shijiazhuang, Hebei province, slept on the streets with his 1-year-old son in the biting cold after a quarrel with his wife last Tuesday.

 

The man, surnamed Zhu, 40, said he deliberately took his son with him to make his wife "feel guilty about the harsh things she says without thinking".

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Suspect kills ex-wife's family after rejection

http://www.chinaview.cn 2009-12-09 08:37:56 Print

 

BEIJING, Dec. 9 -- A man hacked to death three members of his ex-wife's family, including two children, and injured another two after his former wife refused to resume relations with him in Chengde, Hebei province.

 

The 39-year-old accused, surnamed Shi, a former taxi driver, killed his former wife's mother and two nephews, both younger than 10 at a rented apartment in the Shaanxiying residential community in downtown Chengde, at about 5 pm on Monday, a witness, surnamed Chen, told China Daily yesterday.

 

Shi then broke into a ward of the Chengde Central Hospital, where two of his wife's sisters were lodged, and attacked them with a kitchen knife, injuring them seriously, Chen said.

 

Police finally cornered Shi on the fifth floor of the hospital, even as he "repeatedly tried to injure himself with the weapon".

 

The suspect and the two injured are undergoing treatment at the hospital.

 

According to the police, the suspect is a resident of Zhoutaizi village in Luanping county.

 

"Shi seemed like a good man. We never thought he could murder anyone," an official of the Zhoutaizi village committee said.

 

Shi worked as a taxi driver in Chengde for several years. His wife had recently divorced him.

 

All efforts to get a comment from the police and staff at the hospital failed.

 

The incident follows a number of similar cases of mass killings in the country recently.

 

On Nov 23, Beijinger Li Lei hacked his parents, two children, wife and sister to death at their Daxing district home. Li later told police the killings were a result of long-time family conflicts.

 

On Nov 15, a man broke into his girlfriend's home in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region and killed five people and seriously injured two others as the family disapproved his relationship with their daughter.

 

"I think all the suspects in these cases suffer from psychological problems and their paranoia took them to such violent extremes," said Julie Ge, a senior counselor and CEO of the marriage counseling website Juedui100.com.

 

Some suspects might undergo certain experiences, which later generate hatred, she said.

 

Ge added: "Westerners pay as much attention to their mental health as to their physical health. But in China very few people seek psychological counseling. That's probably because of the stigma attached to seeing a psychological counselor," she said.

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Keep in mind this is just a quick sweep of the news in 1 DAY....

 

Note how many issues involve children and the general disregard for vulnerability and innocence in a lot of criminal behaviour here.

 

Where sincerity is ignored for gain and dignity is replaced by "face" morality becomes redundant.

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I don't see any of this being particularly unique to China, other than the infanticide story, even then...

 

I'm not sure what you're trying to say here Christo.

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I don't see any of this being particularly unique to China, other than the infanticide story, even then...

 

I'm not sure what you're trying to say here Christo.

 

Was going to say the same thing.

 

This happens EVERYWHERE.

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It's not that it happens it is that it happens with such frequency and that it barely makes a ripple here in the social conscious.

 

Even taking the population size in to account I don't think this kind of social brutality and lack of social conscience happens anywhere else in the world. I feel that only India could compete. People focus on how brutal the Chinese govt can be, my argument is that they are nothing compared to the social norm here.

 

If a lot of these things would happen i the US/Australia there would be/usually is shock and horror. Here it barely makes the papers because no one really cares.

 

We'll see if over a few weeks it seems if China has a more brutal social culture than you would expect in most other countries.

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My fav example here isn't the grandparents sticking 26 needles into a baby because it's not a boy (I mean how fucking hard does some one have to be to be able to stick needles into a new baby, your grandchild to kill it? That's the kind of behaviour we are more accustomed to in your hardcore splatter/horror movies like Saw and Hostel! These old people that have had children of their own had such disregard for a baby's suffering that instead of abandoning or even drowning they sticking needle after needle into its head.., without any care to the obvious torture they were causing to the baby. And remember, this was not a one off, this was just today's case).

 

My fav example of social brutality and the absolute lack of conscience that a huge amount of Chinese society has for the person standing next to them is a person can come across a couple selling a child and think "I think I could get a better price for this kid in Chongqing".

 

Once again, this is not a one off case, this was just today's case.

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im pretty sure mexico is right along side.

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in mexico, if a lady throws a baby at you, don't catch it. if you do, her other kids will run up to pick pocket you.

 

true story. gods blind spot.

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That is unbelievable, I mean if all those stories broke on the same day in the UK there would be uproar.

 

I always find the chinese approach to children to be remarkably fucked up.

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What do you expect in a country of over a billion people where capital punishment is an everyday fact of life?

 

People in China are conditioned to believe that life is cheap...and keep in mind that there's undoubtedly plenty of decent and compassionate people there, but just based on sheer numbers alone there's a higher incidence of assholes and sociopaths.

 

I'm not saying either one is a good thing but if anyone's looking for explanations, there's a couple to consider.

 

After all, this is the press we're talking about. They have no reservations about putting the most sensational/gory/depressing stories out there...no matter how big of a bummer it is they know this shit sells.

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It's not that it happens it is that it happens with such frequency and that it barely makes a ripple here in the social conscious.

 

Even taking the population size in to account I don't think this kind of social brutality and lack of social conscience happens anywhere else in the world. I feel that only India could compete. People focus on how brutal the Chinese govt can be, my argument is that they are nothing compared to the social norm here.

 

If a lot of these things would happen i the US/Australia there would be/usually is shock and horror. Here it barely makes the papers because no one really cares.

 

We'll see if over a few weeks it seems if China has a more brutal social culture than you would expect in most other countries.

 

Got ya.

 

If all of those things happened in the U.S. which most of them do, they are at least frowned upon. Severe punishment is demanded by the public, regardless of if it happens or not.

 

Never been to China, don't know how the regular people are over there and what is/isn't acceptable.

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China has a petition system that comes from the feudal/dynastic period.

 

It was formed so that if you had a problem that could not be solved at the local level you could go to the capital to bring the matter to the attention the central authorities. Now when people go to complain about a local council man taking their property, unlawful arrest, rape by the local city manager, etc. they are grabbed by their local thugs and put in "black prisons". These are usually hotels where the manager/owner is paid money to lock people up in the basements and so on. They just hire some local thugs to guard them and they get paid off by the local councils to hold anyone coming from their area so the central government never finds out what kind of shit they're pulling back home.

 

The people in these black prisons get bashed, raped, starved and killed on a daily basis. There are companies that will charge RMB300 for each person they catch in Beijing and will transport them to any black prison you choose, of which there are thousands all over China. People make it a business to get pictures from the locals in China of people that are making their way to the petition office in Beijing and charge the locals 500 per person, it's an industry.

 

Put "black prisons" in to google, youtube and financial times and have a look at the footage.

 

The bit that really fucks me about this is the hotel owners that are willing to take money so people that they know are not criminals can be locked up, beaten, raped and murdered in their basements.

 

This is not a one off, it happens every day in THOUSANDS of hotels and premises.

 

 

 

China black jail guard convicted of rape

 

 

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BEIJING – A guard at an unofficial detention center in Beijing was sentenced Friday to eight years in prison for raping a young female detainee, an activist said, in a case that put a spotlight on "black jails" that hold a growing number of people seeking justice from the government.

Xu Jian, 26, was sentenced Friday by the Fengtai District Court and ordered to pay 2,300 yuan ($335) in compensation to the victim, said Liu Dejun, an activist who helped the victim report the assault. Liu was not present at the trial but confirmed the details with the woman's lawyer and family, he said.

The 21-year-old woman came to Beijing in August to petition the central government for help in resolving a school dispute but, like many petitioners, was forced into an unofficial detention center within days of her arrival.

Human rights groups say provincial officials support the "black jails" because they fear citizens' complaints to higher authorities could get them in trouble.

On the woman's first night at the makeshift jail in a hotel store room, the guard forced his way onto her upper bunk, raped her and fled, she told the AP in August.

The government has denied that the "black jails" exist. The term was not mentioned during the guard's trial, Liu said.

The victim's uncle, who asked to be identified only by his surname, Li, said the family was unhappy with the sentence and the compensation.

"We were expecting 12 to 13 years, at least," said Li by telephone from Fuyang city in central China's Anhui province. "And we've already spent several thousand yuan (several hundred dollars) traveling back and forth to Beijing."

The telephone at the Fengtai court rang unanswered Friday.

After the rape, the woman and about 50 other detainees broke out of the jail. An Associated Press reporter who visited the site hours after the attack found a filthy store room with metal-frame bunk beds, a squat toilet and a bolted wooden door.

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Keep in mind that the dates of the incidents don't always match the date of publishing. Sometimes it takes a while for stories to seep out.

 

I read the news here every day and will only post stories that are new to me, I won't post stuff from weeks ago that is just being rehashed in the media.

 

Also, be aware that Chinese news papers are NOT as sensational as Western papers because there is fairly heavy top down control of news here and it is regulated to keep "harmony". This one below is the South China Morning Post and is from HK so it has a lot more freedom on what it can print. Every other paper I use here is from the mainland.

 

 

 

 

Police say instigators behind Guangxi riot

He Huifeng

Dec 11, 2009

 

 

Villagers who clashed with police last week in Shitang town, Guangxi, were manipulated by a few instigators to attack police and government officials, local police claimed on Tuesday.

Fourteen people had been arrested during the December 1 conflict, which was over a crackdown on unlicensed motorcycles, guangxinews.com reported. Three policemen were injured and several police vehicles were damaged. The story did not mention the number of residents hurt.

 

It said several videos and pictures of the conflict had been uploaded to the internet and authorities had accused the online posts of being false "news" organised by troublemakers.

The posts said dozens of officers had rushed down streets or into villagers' homes and shops to detain owners of motorbikes with no licences and confiscate them. When angry villagers tried to reclaim their motorbikes, more police armed with truncheons were deployed to beat and dispel the crowd. At least 20 villagers were injured, two seriously.

"Villagers then gathered in a field and started protesting, but the police started beating them with truncheons," a man said on a Baidu forum.

Internet users also uploaded a video recording the conflict on the forum. "We have the video to prove they beat villagers," one wrote.

In the video, some men threw rocks at police and police cars. Then several officers surrounded the men and beat and kicked them to the ground.

The riot was not the first of its kind. A series of violent clashes and riots have been sparked by a widespread and draconian crackdown on motorcycles because millions of people make a living by offering motorcycle-taxi services.

On July 19 last year, hundreds of angry migrant workers mobbed government buildings and smashed police vehicles in Huizhou, Guangdong, after crowds accused security guards of killing a motorcycle-taxi driver. The violence occurred in a village in Boluo county, and eventually involved more than 1,200 migrant workers, villagers and riot police. At least 168 mainland cities, including Tianjin and the capitals of 25 provinces, have banned or restricted the use of motorcycles since the end of 2006.

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