Saturday, January 30, 2010

Daughter defends her father in blog

This is the story of Wu Fangyi, 22 years old daughter who defends her father which is being charged for corruption case by government. This story makes me to write down it for you, because this story is a little bit famous in here.

Wu Fangyi, daughter of Wu Yizhen which being charged for allegedly corrupt official in central China's Hunan province, has created a blog on the Internet to argue that her father is innocent. The site has attracted tens of thousands of netizens, who have shown both support and skepticism.

Wu build the first blog, titled "Hold on, Father" in late December after her father, Wu Yizhen, former secretary of the CPC county committee of Chengbu Miao autonomous county, which is under the administration of Shaoyang, Hunan province, had gone through the first court hearing in which he was accused of "abusing power and corruption". The blog had received about 830,000 visits by last week.

She posted several photos of their humble or even shabby houses online to introduce her family situation. She said that her grandparents in their 70s are still doing handwork and selling vegetables to help with expenses at home. Meanwhile, her father is living in a 50 sq m dorm provided by the county government, devoting all his energy to work, never eating outside in posh restaurants or going to foot baths, where a person can get foot massages.

The senior studying in an agricultural university in Changsha, Hunan's capital, said she created the blog because she felt what was happening to her father was unfair, and she wanted to cry for her father.

"My cellphone costs only 200 yuan. I have no expensive clothes or cosmetics. I checked my father's bag several times and found only documents and notebooks," she wrote.

Wu Fangyi's descriptions have won the sympathy of many netizens, who expressed trust and support for her.

But some netizens said she is cheating and faking the photographs. Some questioned how it is possible for an ordinary 22-year-old girl to have 50,000 yuan worth of savings.

Nearly 2,000 netizens left comments on Some said they believe Wu's father is innocent, and some said whether the official is corrupt has no direct relationship with his family situation.

"I can guarantee with my life that all I said in the blog is true," Wu told China Daily, adding that the 50,000 yuan is her life savings of yasuiqian, which is "lucky money" offered to children during the traditional Spring Festival.

"It is enough to see the majority of people trust and support me. As for the others, I know it is a stereotype in many people's minds that all officials are corrupt. It is not surprising that they do not trust me," she said.

Wu's mother, surnamed Hua, said the biggest hope of the family now is that her husband could be proved innocent. They hope Wu Yizhen could go on trial outside Shaoyang.

"We did not take any bribes, or we dare not put all these things online," said Hua, a teacher at a high school in Shaoyang.

Hua was also detained for half a year until she handed in 185,000 yuan of "bribes".

She maintained the money was not aquired through illegal means.

"Actually it was a pool of money collected by my friends as I did not take any bribes," Hua told China Daily, adding she managed finances for the family and they used to own more than 200,000 yuan of savings.

"But I spent nearly all of it to pay the lawyers. My father did not accumulate a network for himself when in his position and I did not know who else to ask for help," she said.

Wu Fangyi said in her blog his father's office and their houses were searched five times but the procuratorate still did not find any proof of bribery or house property taken by her father.

An anonymous official of the discipline inspection commission of Shaoyang city told China Daily: "It is impossible for the commission to transfer the case to the procuratorate if they do not have any proof." But he declined to give details.

All the phone numbers the People's Procuratorate of Shaoyang registered with 114 (a directory inquiry service) were not answered except a "report hotline". However, the man who answered this line shouted and threatened the reporter not to call again after he heard of China Daily's interview request.

Hmm, after you read this story, i want to ask you what is your opinion about this story? I feel pity and sorry for Wu family, how about you?

Source : China Daily

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

First gay couple get married in China

According to estimates by Zhang Beichuan, a professor at Qingdao University and an expert on homosexuality and HIV/AIDS prevention, China has roughly 30 million same sex oriented person. They are 20 million gay men and the remaining, are lesbians.Professor found in a survey of 1,259 homosexuals that 8.7 percent were fired or forced to resign after revealing their sexual orientation, and 4.7 percent felt their salary and career advancement were affected. Some 62 percent keep their sexual orientation a secret in the workplace.

This is the story of a Gay couple 45-year-old Zeng and 27-year-old Pan who got married only 17 days ago but their honeymoon has been a long ordeal. Since China doesn't recognize and tolerate same sex marriages, it is claimed that the Zeng-Pan wedding ceremony is the first such public event in the country.

This couple made their relationship public in November and had a wedding ceremony in a gay bar in Chengdu of southwest China's Sichuan Province on January 3, 2010., they have been the subject of revilement from family and friends.

On the interview with China daily he said that he discovered when he was about 20 that he was not interested in people of the opposite sex. He said he felt sorry for his wife whom he described as dedicated and loyal. "What could I do at that time? I felt embarrassed to think of that tendency," he said. "I felt I was embracing a lifeless tree while holding a woman," Zeng said.

Zeng, is an architect in Chengdu. He married a dance instructor in 1983 and they had a daughter three years later. But try as he did, he said he could not be attracted to his wife. So he deliberately found a job far away from home the day after marriage and came back just once or twice a month.

When their daughter grew up and found a decent job, Zeng confessed to his wife. "She was shocked and kept crying for several days. Finally, she agreed to set me free" Zeng added. So the couple divorced last February.

Pan 27, is a demobilized soldier. He's already get a girl friend. They met last November at a bar. They fell in love with each other at first sight, his bright and enchanting smile almost blinded me. And I am so addicted to his gentle and soft voice. Pan is robust and masculine, he said.

This couple met frequently. One month after their first date, Pan broke up with his girlfriend and moved to Zeng's apartment. However, they faced pressure and prejudice. Zeng even had to tell others neighbour that Pan was my adopted son. Not bear with the situation, the couple finally moved back to Zeng hometown of Luodai, a remote town in eastern Chengdu, where nobody knew them.

The couple finally made their choice to get married in a bar frequented visit by male homosexuals, which was unprecedented in the city. More than 200 of the couple's friends who shared their orientation were invited to the wedding but many guests who saw their wedding photos were surprised to find the bride in the white wedding gown was a man.

"Gays in Chengdu hardly tell others they are gay. They only meet each other in bars or tea houses, and dare not tell family members or friends, we are no longer hiding any more. The wedding is our happiest and most precious moment. We don't care how others consider us, as long as we are together" Zeng said.

The only thing they regret is that they could not get a marriage certificate in line with Chinese law. "Thousands of gays and lesbians get married in France, Finland, the UK. Why couldn't we?"

There has been no response from the government and critics argue. The idea is too radical for present day in China. Their wedding ceremony was attended by their gay friends without a single relative both of the couple.

Picture and Source: China Daily

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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Bigamy in China? Jail is waiting...!!!

Still remember Kaixin the China Facebook? As i have mentioned and share about Kaixin on my earlier post, here's another interesting story regarding this Chinese Version of Facebook.
Before i share this story, i want you to introduce you about our country policy law on Bigamy. Bigamy is prohibited under Article 3 of China's new Marriage Law, which was put into effect in 2006. Its a part of China's family planning one child in family program, which should be followed by all citizens including those who were rich. And its also a big part of our country policy law on country's anti-corruption watchdog the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI).

The question is what is the relationship between corruption and bigamy? Here's the answer, because corrupt officials are found to have practiced bigamy. So Bigamy marriage is a crime.

Ok lets we continue. This is the true story about a person who play around the law like this man named Chang who was arrested on Friday. Because from Kaixin the story was revealed.

Chang was married with Li in 2005 in Zhejiang, and she's still live in there until now. Later on, due to the business Chang goes to Mexico. In Mexico Chang met a woman from Beijing named Wang. They married when Wang knows that she was pregnant. Chang was kept the two marriages secretly between his two wife by claiming that he was doing business abroad and could not return home frequently. When he did return, he split his time between Li's home in Zhejiang and Wang's home in Beijing as Wang has return to.

The truth was revealed when both of his wife adding each other as buddies from they husband buddies list in last year. Soon after they being buddies each other, they were begin to chatting and sharing each other like common buddies as usual. And at last they were sharing each other wedding photograph hihihi. You know what happened next? Yes you right they were shock after they knew that their grooms were the same hihihi. So Chang's first spouse Li, reported her husband of multiple marriages to Chaoyang district police in March.

And its also revealed that Chang was holding Mexican Passport, something that cannot be tolerated in here, because China does not recognize dual nationality. He concealed his Mexican passport in order of conveniently traveling between China and other countries.

When Chang Knew that he was reported and being charge, he canceled his Chinese passport and moved overseas for year. At last he was captured by the police while he is secretly visiting his parents on Friday.

What can we learn from this true story? I just want to tell you to behave your self, keep you and your family in safe, do not cheat on your self and your spouse because what have you done, you will take the result right hihhihi.

So if Kaixin has its interesting story impact, how about facebook impact?

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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Chinese New Year 2010

Hi dear Friends and visitor, i am back again from my vacation days. This is my first post on 2010. But, it seems on a few days ahead i am not so active in my blogging, since i have to become a baby sitter for my sister children during they stay here until 7th of January they will be going back with their father. I love to play with them, they are so funny and cute hihihi... Ok lets back to the topic. The International New Year 2010 is passing by already, and the next even is Chinese New Year 农历新年.
Chinese New year is the most important and the longest festival during the Lunar Calendar. The Traditional festival it self begin on the first day of the month and end on 15th, most people knew as Lantern Festival. The origin of Chinese New Year it self is already centuries old and also from tradition and myths so far as i knew. Ancient Chinese New Year means is how the people behave during the year, and that is how we believe on it.

When it will be the Chinese New Year in 2010 and how to count it? In the Gregorian calendar, Chinese New Year falls on different dates each year, a date between January 21 and February 20. In the Chinese calendar, winter solstice must occur in the 11th month, which means that Chinese New Year usually falls on the second new moon after the winter solstice rarely the third if an intercalary month intervenes. So The Chinese New Year 2010 will be on 14 February 2010.

The way to celebrate of the Chinese new year vary widely. Most People will pour out their money to buy presents, decoration, material, food, and clothing. It is also a tradition that every family must thoroughly cleans the house to sweep away any bad -fortune in hopes to make way for good luck to come 10 day before new year. Windows and doors will be decorated with red colour paper-cuts and couplets with popular themes of happiness, wealth, and long life.

On the Eve of Chinese New Year,my family and most of people wild held supper dinner is a feast with all of families. Food will range from ducks, chicken and pig and also sweet delicacies. The family Supper Dinner will end the night with lighting the firecrackers on.

By the next early morning, the children will greet their parents by wishing them a healthy and happy new year, and receive money in red paper envelopes for those whose not married yet. The Chinese New Year tradition is a great way to reconcile forgetting all grudges, and sincerely wish peace and happiness for everyone.

The Question is why the using the red color and firecrackers?Well, according to the tradition an ancient story and legends, starting every new year there is mythical beast called the Nian appear. Nian would come on the first day of New Year to eat livestock, crops, and even villagers, especially children. Firstly to protect them selves, the villagers would put food in front of their doors at the beginning of every year. It was believed that after the Nian ate the food they prepared already, it wouldn’t attack any more people.

One time, people saw that the Nian was scared away by a little child wearing red clothes. The villagers then understood that the Nian was afraid of the red color. Since then, every time when the New Year was about to come, the villagers would hang red lanterns and red spring scrolls on windows and doors. People also used firecrackers to frighten away the Nian. From then on, Nian never came again to the village.

Since 2010 is the year of the tiger, many cute stuff like this were sold in here, look at my fingers, hihihi..

Oh one more thing, the Chinese New year is also marked as the beginning of the Spring season and it also called Spring Festival.

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