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Activist Interrogated by Chinese Police for Ordering US Flags Online

2020-10-16 21:51
According to an insider, on October 6, Chinese activist Huang Yang was summoned to the local police station in Chongqing city for purchasing U.S. flags online. The insider, surnamed Yang, told The Epoch Times in an interview that “at around 2:00 p.m., Mr. Huang Yang received a call from the domestic security team of Yubei district, Chongqing city.” Yang said after U.S. President Donald Trump announced that he tested positive for COVID-19 on October 2, some residents in Chongqing city wanted to plan an event to show their support. Huang and a few other people planned a gathering so they could take photos of themselves holding up American flags, and post their well-wishes to Trump on social media. Huang was responsible for placing the online order for the flags, Yang said. The local police were alarmed and quickly intercepted. They discovered Huang’s plan through monitoring his phone calls. He was summoned to the domestic security team of the local police bureau.