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A young woman who live-streamed herself throwing ink at a poster of Chinese President Xi Jinping has reportedly disappeared, sparking concerns for her safety.
Dong Yaoqiong, 29, was protesting against China's ruling Communist Party and its 'mind control persecution' when she desecrated a photo of Xi near the HNA Tower in Shanghai on the early morning of July 4.
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'Let's see how he's going to deal with me,' the woman said at the end of the clip on Twitter. 'Xi Jinping, I'll wait right here for you - come catch me!'
Her twitter page, under the handle @feefeefly, was also deactivated after her protest against the Chinese president. All of her pictures and the inking video were removed.
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'I oppose you,' she said in her rant while hurling a bucket of black ink at Xi's poster. 'I absolutely loathe him.'
'I oppose Xi Jinping's autocratic rule and tyranny,' the woman reportedly from Hunan province's Zhuzhou city said. 'I oppose the party's oppressive mind control on me.'
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Eight hours after she published the video, she posted on twitter an image of what looks like uniformed police officers standing outside of her apartment through a peep-hole, according to Radio Free Asia (RFA).
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