Tang Hui

Tang Hui, Rape Victim’s Mother, Wins Compensation

Tang Hui won a court appeal on Monday in the latest chapter of a saga that began in 2006, with the kidnapping, rape and beating of her then 11-year-old daughter. Two men were subsequently sentenced to death, four to life in...

Rape Cases Reveal Institutional Problems

At South China Morning Post last week, Wu Nan spoke to Tang Hui, who continues to campaign for the execution of men who kidnapped and raped her daughter. Tang was recently denied compensation for an 18-month reeducation through...

Xinhua: China to Reform Labor Re-Education System

The Chinese government will pursue reforms to its Re-education Through Labor (RTL) system, according to a report in Xinhua News which followed a national political and legal work conference in Beijing on Monday. From the...

On Re-Education, Netizens Flex Muscles

With netizens up in arms about the China’s re-education system after the mother of a rape victim in Hunan Province was sentenced to 18 months of hard labor, Bloomberg’s Adam Minter ponders the impact of public...

Rape Victim’s Mother Free After Online Protest

Tang Hui, mother of an 11-year-old who was kidnapped and forced into prostitution in 2006, petitioned and publicly expressed her disapproval of how the courts dealt with her daughter’s tormenters. AP reports: Ms. Tang’s...



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