[Epoch Times, June 11, 2021](Interviewed by Epoch Times Special Correspondent Zhang Yong and Correspondent Luo Ya) As the Chinese Communist Party approaches 7.1 centuries, large-scale protests broke out in a number of independent colleges and universities in Jiangsu and Zhejiang. , Opposed to the authorities’ merging of independent colleges and vocational schools to “transfer” them into vocational undergraduates.
The CCP panicked and drove special police and anti-riot vehicles into the campus to suppress it, beating and arresting students at the scene. At the same time, the Education Department of Jiangsu and Zhejiang announced a suspension of the merger, hoping to calm the situation as soon as possible. However, insiders disclosed to The Epoch Times that the current campus atmosphere is still tense, and there are more policemen on the road than students. The students worry that the official suspension is just a delay, and even some schools are still forcing students to sign and agree to it.
After the protest, there were more policemen than students on campus
Hu Liang (pseudonym), a student of North China College of Nanjing Normal University, told The Epoch Times that the struggle has temporarily subsided, but the atmosphere on campus is still quite tense. “Now our school can move around except the library, but there are more police officers than students on the road. The library where Dean Changqing and his classmates stayed together during the demonstration was said to be a’criminal crime scene’ and was not allowed to approach. , Is guarded closely by the police.”
Student Lu of Xinglin College of Nantong University, which also broke out in the student wave, revealed to the Epoch Times reporter that her school had used social workers (gangsters) to beat students, and the police and security guards watched not stop them. Xinglin College has also been blocked by special police.
Another student Wang from the School of Science and Humanities of Jiangsu Normal University revealed that before his school, students blocked the school gate to prevent the leaders and teachers from going out, but now the students have dispersed, and the school is silent like death.
However, many videos of the North School of Nanjing Normal University were reported this time. Students were brutally suppressed by the police on campus. Many girls cried and complained in the videos. One of the girls said, “The mayor came to us an hour ago and told us that he would conduct a thorough investigation. Those incidents of beating students will be directly suppressed by force one hour later.”
The police not only waved sticks on campus, but also used chili water at close range. A girl yelled, “My eyes hurt so much.”
In this wave of campus protests, on June 4th (“June 4th”) the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square student movement, students in Zhijiang College of Zhejiang University of Technology collectively held banners to protest; on June 5th, students from Zhejiang Gongshang University Hangzhou School of Business The students held a mighty march on the campus to protest; from June 6 to June 7, three to four thousand students from the North School of Nanjing Normal University in Jiangsu Province protested on the school’s transfer. Some school students block the school gate to prevent teachers and vehicles from going out.
The dean voluntarily stays with the students
On June 8, the Public Security Bureau of Danyang City, Jiangsu Province issued a notice stating that on the afternoon of June 6, some students of North China College of Nanjing Normal University were dissatisfied with the work of “independent colleges” and higher vocational colleges. A certain person was illegally detained and restricted his personal freedom for more than 30 hours.
Subsequently, a netizen “Can I still go to school” revealed on Weibo that “Changqing, Dean of North China University, was illegally detained for 30 hours by a student” was planted by the authorities and the school. The actual situation was that Changqing voluntarily left.
Hu Liang confirmed the netizen’s statement, “People at the scene heard that the dean said that he would stay with his classmates until the problem was solved. Some classmates even gave him an umbrella for sunshade, water and food, but he turned his head. It is really too much to slander the students under house arrest and call the special police to violently suppress the students in the library.”
Students were forced to review “striving for leniency”
Hu Liang also revealed that recently the monitors of various classes have put pressure on the students who participated in the struggle, claiming that the student movement has been identified as a riot by the authorities, and that they must go back to class and go to the counselor’s office for a review of “striving for leniency.”
“But people who went there told me that this was clearly a trap.” Hu Liang said, “In addition to the school leaders in the counselor’s office, there are many police officers. These police officers forcibly check the students’ mobile phones as soon as they see the students coming. , To see if the students have saved or disseminated the pictures and videos of the protest on the Internet. If this is found, the school will give a serious offense. If this is the case, it will be recorded in the file even after graduation.”
“What’s even more frightening is that if you are found to have installed circumvention software or off-wall software like Facebook or Twitter, you will be taken away directly for investigation.”
The suspension is only a delay, the student is forced to sign and agree to transfer
Under the pressure of this wave of students in Zhejiang, the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Education issued a notice on June 5: “After a research decision, our province has completely suspended the merger of independent colleges and vocational colleges and converted to vocational and technical universities.”
On June 7, the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education issued an announcement, “Jiangsu Province suspends the merger and transfer of independent colleges and higher vocational colleges.”
With regard to the current suspension of mergers, students are worried that it is an official deferment and will settle accounts later.
Student Lv said that he heard that Changqing, the dean of North China University, once said that he would continue to promote the “transfer” after the July holiday. She believes that the statement is not groundless. “After all, our school has now begun to force students to sign for relocation and agree not to gather again. The male teacher even rushed into the female dormitory and arrested the girls to sign the agreement, and threatened that those who did not sign were mobs. The police can catch it directly.”
Student Wang from the Academy of Sciences also said that some classes have asked students to sign blank forms or simply blank paper. “We suspect that this is to defraud students’ signatures to promote the transfer, but fortunately many students have seen through this. Kind of trick, no signature”.
Li Yuanhua, former associate professor of Beijing Normal University, told the Epoch Times reporter that the former independent college was also established under the encouragement of the government and affiliated with university colleges, and basically used this as income. It is now being changed again. The main reason is the employment pressure. After the university has basically expanded its enrollment, it will be unemployed upon graduation. Therefore, it is necessary to start with non-public schools. Independent colleges are between private and public schools. Students have to pay more than ordinary colleges and universities every year. Now that they are changed, they will become job-based and civil servants. , Postgraduate entrance examination is restricted. Of course students are not happy.
He also said that now that the official said that the suspension did not stop, it was just a postponement plan. Maybe it will secretly change again. The officials of the Communist Party of China are right and wrong. He is so afraid because he knows that the highest level is most afraid of anything happening at this time. So he doesn’t care whether the student’s request is right or wrong, so he must meet the student’s request so that nothing goes wrong.
The CCP’s handling of the campus protests in Jiangsu and Zhejiang is the same as the handling of Hong Kong’s anti-transmission
The mainland independent media commentator Wu Te analyzed the Epoch Times that the CCP’s handling of the student movement in Jiangsu and Zhejiang independent colleges is highly similar to the handling of the Hong Kong anti-transmission movement.
First of all, the school did not want to solve the problem through communication and dialogue, but moved to the police to violently suppress the protesters and stigmatize the protesters by means of planting and tagging.
The second is the discovery of the fire-fighting method after the situation has expanded, that is, announcing the suspension of the controversial policy process as a delay, but secretly pursuing essentially the same approach. In Hong Kong, the National Security Law and castration elections are promoted. In Jiangsu and Zhejiang, students are forced to sign, and they even want to restart the transfer process after the July holiday.
On April 13 this year, Xi Jinping proposed to develop vocational undergraduate education and build a number of high-level vocational colleges and majors. Wu Te said that Jiangsu and Zhejiang are implementing Xi Jinping’s relevant requirements to merge independent colleges and higher vocational colleges into a vocational undergraduate model, and try to promote it nationwide.
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