大家都被王千源玩了,这家伙只是为了美国绿卡!斗争残酷呀

原文:如果我回去我可能最终在监狱中,永远

Student gets threats after China protest

For one Chinese Duke student, Wednesday's pro-Tibet and pro-China protests did not end when the participants went home. Since her appearance in front of the Chapel, the student, who requested anonymity because she fears retaliation, has found herself the target of a wave of threatening messages from individuals who believe she advocated for Tibetan independence. After the protests, the student's personal information, including her name, phone number and Chinese identity number were posted to the Duke Chinese Scholars and Students Association Web site, according to documents obtained by The Chronicle. Photographs and a video of the student from the rally have also been posted on several popular Chinese-language forums. "I received all kinds of weird e-mails and phone calls," she said. "I think it is all thanks to the DCSSA, who released all kinds of information." DCSSA President Zhizhong Li, a third-year graduate student in molecular cancer biology, denied DCSSA involvement in publicizing the student's information but acknowledged that messages containing the information had been sent over the group's open e-mail listserv. The messages have since been deleted to protect the student, he said. "I do not think they are from our organization," Li said. "We definitely don't support [the threats]." The student said she has received some messages calling for her to be burned alive with oil. She said she filed a report with the Duke University Police Department Friday. "I think this is not the time to die for my country," the student said. "I love my life." DUPD has increased patrols around the student's dormitory and has offered her personal protection, which she declined, said DUPD Maj. Gloria Graham. "She did report to us that there were some general threats made to her, or things she perceived to be threats," Graham said. "We take harassing phone call and e-mail cases all the time. I think we are all a little bit more alarmed about this case." Though the student said she realized the dangers of participating in the rally, she said she felt strongly about being involved. "I think this is one of the turning points of Chinese history, and I want to be part of it," she said, emphasizing that she does not support Tibetan independence. The student said there have also been consequences for her actions in China. "I know that I am on the Chinese government blacklist because of this," she said, explaining that she had been informed of this by sources she declined to name. "It just means I can never go back to China if I care about my security. If I go back I might end up in jail forever." But Li dismissed the student's concerns about not being allowed back into China. "People talk about that all the time and no matter," he said. The student's parents have also been targeted. Their contact information was posted on several popular Chinese-language Internet forums. Some Internet sources said their home was attacked, though the student said she has been unable to confirm this with her parents, who declined to discuss the issue when she contacted them via e-mail. At Duke, the leaders of several student organizations-including College Republicans, the Duke Conservative Union, Duke Democrats, Students for Academic Freedom, Duke Human Rights Coalition, Duke Students for an Ethical Duke and the Duke-Israel Public Affairs Committee-have come together to condemn the threats against the Chinese student, according to a statement. They have blamed the threats on DCSSA and called for an investigation of the group and a revocation of its student group status. "[DCSSA] on their official Web site put up her... information for no other reason than to make sure that there would be retributive action in China," said junior Daniel Cordero, vice president of College Republicans and organizer of the coalition to condemn intimidation tactics. Li said he would like to discuss the issue with the organizations calling to disband DCSSA and said he hoped the threats toward the student would stop. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- © Copyright 2008 The Chronicle



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翻译: duke女生称受威胁 支持者呼吁解散中国学生会

标 题: Re: google翻译: duke女生称受威胁 支持者呼吁解散中国学生会

发信站: 水木社区 (Mon Apr 14 23:35:24 2008), 站内

学生获得的威胁后,中国抗议个人信息,为学生,家长,在网上张贴:扎卡里示踪剂张贴:4/14/08


1中文杜克学生,周三的亲台和亲中国强烈抗议并没有结束时,与会者回家。自从她出现在面前的小教堂,学生,他们要求不愿透露姓名的,因为她担心报复,找到了自己的目标,一波的威胁讯息,从个人的人认为,她主张藏族独立。之后,抗议活动,学生的个人资料,包括她的名字,电话号码和中文的身份号码被张贴到杜克大学中文学者及学生协会的网站上,根据获得的文件由纪事。照片和录像,学生从集会有也被张贴在几个受欢迎的中文论坛。 "我收到的各种怪异的电子邮件和电话, "她说。 "我想它是一切多亏了dcssa ,他们释放了所有种类的信息" 。 dcssa总统执中,李三年级研究生分子癌症生物学,否认dcssa参与,在宣传学生信息,但她承认包含的信息有被送往超过该集团的公开电邮群发功能。讯息有自被删除,以保障学生时,他说。 "我不认为他们是从我们的组织, "李说。 "我们肯定唐 '吨支持[威胁] " 。学生说,她已收到一些讯息,呼吁将她被烧死活着与石油。 她说,她提交了一份报告,与杜克大学警察署周五。 "我认为这是不会有时间死亡,为我的国家, "学生说。 "我爱我的生命" 。 dupd增加了巡逻,附近学生宿舍,并提供了她的人身保护,她拒绝说, dupd少校格洛丽亚格雷厄姆。 "她向我们报告说,有一些一般性的威胁她,或她察觉到被威胁, "格雷厄姆说: "我们采取的骚扰电话电话和电子邮件案件的所有时间。我觉得我们都是一点点震惊地知道这件事" 。 虽然学生说,她意识到了危险,他们参与内地集会上,她说她感到强烈的被卷入。 "我认为这是一个转折点,对中国历史,我要尽力被它的一部分, "她说,并强调她并不支持藏族 独立。 学生说,也有一些后果,她的行动在中国。 "我知道,我对中国政府的黑名单,正因为如此, "她说,并解释说,她已被告知这个源的,她拒绝名字。 "这只是手段,我可以永远也不会再回到中国,如果我关心我的安全。如果我回去我可能最终在监狱中,永远" 。 但李开除学生的关注,没有被允许返回中国。 "人们都说,所有的时间和不管, "他说。 学生家长也成为袭击的对象。他们的联系方式是张贴在几个受欢迎的中文互联网中文论坛。因特网上的一些消息人士称,他们的家遭到袭击,虽然学生说,她一直无法证实这一点与她的父母,拒绝讨论这一问题当她接触,他们通过电子邮件。 在杜克大学,领导人的几个学生组织-包括学院共和党人,杜克保守派联盟,杜克同盟,为学生学术自由,杜克人权联盟,杜克学生的道德公爵和公爵-以色列公共事务委员会-走到一起,以谴责威胁,对中国留学生,据一份声明中表示。 他们指责威胁dcssa ,并呼吁成立一个调查研究组和撤销其学生团体的地位。 " [ dcssa ]其官方网站上张贴她...信息,别无其他原因比作肯定会有报复性的行动,在中国, " 说初中丹尼尔Cordero ),副总统的共和党人学院和组织者联盟谴责恐吓战术。 李说,他想讨论的问题,与各组织通话解散dcssa并说,他希望威胁,对学生将停止。



水木社区网友评论:

“自称上中共blacklist了. 不能回中国,不然进监狱明摆着下一步就是要绿卡了” “我看谁还为她辩护,说她幼稚不懂事?” “妈呀,大家被这女生给玩了啊,斗争果然残酷又复杂~” “目的就是为了这个 绿卡和国籍 太清晰了 ”



另一网友评论:

垃圾,我看到了一个散播谣言企求可怜的哈巴狗!不就是为了获得绿卡吗?别吧自己说得那么重要!你还不配吃中国监狱里的一口饭呢!你有什么“丰功伟绩”?就如dl如此罪大恶极的人,只要他放下脏独的主张,政府还是一样同他对话的!你算什么?

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