At first, the property company stuck up posters warning of dire consequences for any families who held out. Then, Mr Shen said, when 70 of the 100 households had left, the threats escalated. "This mob of thugs would block the street most days. They would pick on the women, threatening to kill their kids. Then people started tossing bricks through windows and letting off fireworks at night. Some people got beaten on the street."Shen went to Beijing and after a call from the Central Military Commission has been unreachable.
On October 29, as Mr Shen went to work and his wife popped out for a packet of instant noodles, a mob of "30 to 50 men" materialised at their front door. "My wife tried to close the door, but they pushed it back and she tripped over. That is how the fight started," said Mr Shen. With a flurry of kicks and punches, he and his 18-year-old son, a fellow kung fu devotee, set about the attackers, rendering seven of them near unconscious in the hallway.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Kung Fu fighting against developer
Chinese Kung Fu Expert Beats Up Men Who Came To Evict Him From Home