Weibo posts “do not want the Dalian epidemic to stop” Chinese netizens have been administratively detained and added to the “distrust list”-Hong Kong unwire.hk

Recently, a female kindergarten teacher in Dalian, China published an article on Weibo “I don’t want the epidemic in Dalian to stop.” She was administratively detained by the Dalian Public Security Bureau for “picking quarrels and provoking trouble” and added to the “distrust list”.

According to the news, the female kindergarten teacher’s surname is Song. She published an article on Weibo under the screen name “Suddenly after Silence” saying that “I don’t want the epidemic in Dalian to stop. I hope it can increase. The more the better. At least until March next year, this is the happiest thing. Hope”. According to the content of the post, she made this remark because she is often tortured by her parents. Now students can only go to online classes. It makes her happy to see parents taking their children at home and encountering various crashes.

At present, the female teacher in this kindergarten has been dealt with by the local education administrative department in accordance with the rules and expelled from the kindergarten. She was also administratively detained by the Dalian Public Security Bureau for “picking quarrels and provoking trouble,” and she was also added to the “distrust list”.

In addition to a woman surnamed Song, the “Information on Distrustful Persons” released during the prevention and control of the new coronavirus pneumonia epidemic in Dalian showed that a total of 8 people were subject to joint punishment for dishonesty during the recent series of actions.

This time it is the category of “social credit system” in China’s social credit system, which aims to improve social credit awareness and credit level. If added to the “distrust list”, the person will face restrictions on applying for fiscal funds, enjoy tax incentives, and even be restricted from taking high-level seats on planes and railways.

Source: Weibo

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