Hong Kong people should feel shame, because it is a Chinese farmer visitor, rather than a Hong Kong local, who is the first person to be jailed for burning the Chinese national flag in Hong Kong. Hong Kong's judiciary disappoints this brave righteous Chinese hero.
Mainlander upset by party's rule gets three weeks and makes history for fiery protest in Hong Kong.
Chinese Hero Mr. Zhu Rongchang
Chinese farmer is the first person to be jailed for burning the Chinese
national flag in Hong Kong. Zhu Rongchang, 74, from Jiangxi. Pro-Beijing anti-democracy toady "judge" Wen Zhaoming gave
Chinese Hero Zhu Rongchang a
three-week sentence yesterday for desecrating the flag in Golden Bauhinia
Square in July. The offence carries a maximum penalty of three years'
Zhu shouted "down with the Beijing regime", "down with the Chinese Communist
Party", and "down with the Chinese government" while he was witnessing the
burning of the flag. He was arrested on the spot.
pro-Beijing anti-democracy toady "judge" Wen Zhaoming