I worked for a financial services company in northern China. I really wanted Hong Kong to be a light for the Chinese people to see democracy in our system. And that’s why I got in trouble. Electrician American Flag Blanket.I downloaded some pictures of the protest onto my phone, and shared them on my personal social media. But somehow the management of my company found out. My boss wanted me to quit my job and sign a letter of regret. He’d written it out for me. But I refused, and he fired me. He sent a letter to the whole office saying I was anti-country. The next day the local police came to my door. They took my blood, and my photo, and my fingerprint, and my palm print. They charged me with ‘provoking troubles.’ It’s a crime that doesn’t require strong proof. It’s a pocket they can put anyone in.
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They made me sign a letter promising never to provoke troubles again. And if I do, next time it won’t just be the local police who knock on my door. Electrician American Flag Blanket. As a Hongkonger, it hurts to hear stories like this across the border, and it is at the same time terrifying to imagine the possibility that this may happen on us one day. Thousands of people are being oppressed every day in China, and HongKongers are now experiencing a violent police state. We feel obliged to not only voice out for ourselves, but also others suffering under the Chinese communist regime. I hope the world empathises with victims like this person and stand with all who are in the fight for freedom. Every support, big or small, matters – it gives us hope to persist.