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Teen girl violently abused for over a month by her boyfriend

Posted: 06 Jun 2012 06:38 PM PDT

Teen girl violently abused for over a month by her boyfriend

For more than a month, a 16-year-old girl had been caged in a rented flat and brutally abused almost every day by her 29-year-old “boyfriend” in Quanzhou city, southeast China’s Fujian province.

The girl, Xiao Ping (alias), only managed to escape from the flat early this month, and resorted to the local police for help. The animal offender was then arrested in the evening of June 5.

According to local police, the knife cuts, bruises, swellings were seen all over Xiao Ping’s cheeks, arms, legs and back, covering more than 50% of her body surface, and she sustained a hipbone fracture too.

The 16-year-old girl is from Hubei Province. She came to Quanzhou city to work as a waitress at a KTV one year ago. In February, she met her “boyfriend,” surnamed Huang, from Hunan Pronvince, through introduction of their friends, which unfortunately started the girl’s nightmare.

When Huang knew that Xiao Ping ever worked as a waitress at a night club, he became very suspicious. He often suspected that Xiao Ping had affairs with others, such as her old patrons, when she made photo calls, or texted messages.

Huang’s suspicion finally led to his frenzy, and attack against Xiao Ping.

Teen girl violently abused for over a month by her boyfriend

Since April 25 this year, Xiao Ping had been locked up in a rented flat, and cruelly beaten with belts, clubs, ashtrays, knifes and other tools by Huang. Sometimes, the sick man would even drag her to take shower in hot water after abuse too.

Xiao Ping told police, in order to please Huang, she ever took initiative to hand out her band card and password to him. But Huang did not stop beating her, after withdrawing all of her savings.

Huang is a typical punk. He has had no decent job after migrating from his hometown to Quanzhou. For most of time, he played cards together with his friends. A day, Xiao Ping took the opportunity Huang went out again to flee the flat.

She reached a friend living in the same city, and with the help of the friend, Xiao Ping reported the crime in the local police station.

The police were shocked to see the wounds all over the victim’s body, and started investigation immediately. Based on the information and photo of the man provided by Xiao Ping, police successfully apprehended Huang at the rented flat at around 11:30 p.m. of June 5.

Teen girl violently abused for over a month by her boyfriend

Pictures: Tens of thousands see off Gaokao takers

Posted: 06 Jun 2012 01:18 PM PDT

Tens of thousands see off Gaokao takers

This is spectacular!

On June 5, tens of thousands of teachers, parents and local residents gathered at the high school of Maotanchang township, in East China’s Anhui province, to see off over 5,000 students who were heading to Lu’an city, 70 kilometers away from the township, to take the annual national college entrance exam, or gaokao, notorious as the “most pressure packed examination in the world.”

In order to ensure all the students arriving at the exam sites in Lu’an city safely, the local police were mobilized to escort them, boarding on a total of 52 buses separately arranged by the high school, with four police vehicles.

The fireworks were lit up and drumming performance was put on along the rode by the residents, to send these test takers off.

It was said every year at this time locals of Maotanchang township sent the test takers off together, because for most of students in China Gaokao meant too much as it may change their futures.

So, gradually, the send-off students has become a festive event in the town.

Tens of thousands see off Gaokao takers

Tens of thousands see off Gaokao takers

Tens of thousands see off Gaokao takers

Tens of thousands see off Gaokao takers

Tens of thousands see off Gaokao takers

11-year-old girl hit to death by speeding Audi car in Xi’an

Posted: 06 Jun 2012 12:06 PM PDT

11-year-old girl hit to death by speeding Audi car in Xi'an

A gruesome traffic accident occurred at an intersection of streets in Xi’an city at around 5 p.m. of June 5, when a young driver of an Audi S5 car ran the red light to bump into a 11-year-old girl crossing the street.

According to eye-witnesses, the little girl was sent about 2 meters up in the air and 10 meters away from the crash site upon the fatal impact, and then she was dragged on the ground by almost 27 meters too.

The black Audi car only came to a stop for around 2 to 3 seconds after the accident, and then sped up to run away.

It was learned, the victim, surnamed Zhu, was on her way back home after school.

The sorrow-stricken parents collapsed on the ground when they rushed to the scene at the sad news, and Zhu’s father was seen keeping slapping on his own face to blame himself.

The horrific accident aroused indignation among the witnesses too, who were not willing to leave the site for a long time and placed a bunch of flowers there to express their condolences.

In roughly 5 hours by investigation and hunt, the local police seized the black Audi S5 car and suspect, 18, sunamed Zhu, in his house in Xi’an at about 10 p.m. the same day.

The Audi S5 series car is sold between RMB718,000 to RMB998,000 in China. According to a person close to Zhu’s family, Zhu’s father sent him the car as a birthday gift.

You may read the report on QQ.com for more information. (Warning: it contains graphic images!)

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