Malaysia Airlines Deceased Are Solemnly Welcomed in Holland;
Chinese People Moved
On July 23, 200 Dutch victims killed in the Malaysia Airlines MH17
disaster were shipped back to the Netherlands by the Dutch government.
They were received solemnly by the King and Queen of Holland and the
prime minister who personally went to the airport;
Many Dutch people stood in silent tribute along the way.
The mainland people were deeply moved by the Dutch government’s
respect for the dead.
Someone said, “we can only see such conditions when the leaders are
out in our country.”
Many people forwarded related news and pictures and remembered the
Wenzhou car accident on the same day three years ago.
The netizen said “it is also on July 23, we buried our compatriots three
Three years later, we see how other countries give the dead dignity.
Based on the attitude to life, you can immediately conclude which one is
better between a democratic and an authoritarian government.”
Three Thousand People Protested Because Three Students Drowned
On July 23 the police removed dead bodies again in Sichuan, China.
According to Chinese Jasmine Revolution website report, in the
afternoon, three high school students drowned in the pond in Yibin.
The families of the deceased said the pond had no warning signs and
refused to carry away the bodies.
Thousands of people blocked the road to seek an
explanation for the deaths.
Yibin authorities sent hundreds of riot police to remove the bodies and
assault the families.
Conflict Again in Zhejiang Due to Cross Demolition
Zhejiang government is still taking down the Christian Church Cross.
On July 24, Leqing city believers clashed again with the police because
of the demolitions.
According to an RFA report, that afternoon, the authorities got harsh
with the believers when they tried to take down the Cross of Baixiang
Town GaoAo church. A large number of police armed with shields
blocked the believers. Some ladies were knocked down in the conflict.
According to the report, the cross demolition action also spread to
nearby Taizhou city.
On July 23, nearly a thousand believers in Taizhou clashed with the
authorities to prevent the demolition of the Chengguan church cross.
Some people were detained.