China charges ‘Ink Girl’ supporter with subversion as room for dissent narrows further

A Chinese activist who has spent the last eight months in detention has been charged with subversion in another sign of the shrinking space for dissent in China.Ou Biaofeng, 40, from Hunan province is known for his support for Dong Yaoqiong, also known as “Ink Girl”, who was forcibly admitted to a psychiatric facility at least twice after sharing a video of herself splashing ink on a portrait of President Xi Jinping.He also spoke out about the anti-government protests in Hong Kong and voiced…


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