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China: Baby Needs Milk

Civic rights activist Hujia was arrested and his wife Zhen Jinyan was detained. Cathay is worried about their new born baby and she sent some milk powder to the baby via door to door delivery (zh). The blogger wants the couple to know that they are not alone.

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  • […] that day, and couldn’t go. After I’d made the trip, I saw the reports and posts from “Rushing Freedom City”; many people had gone, but not one had succeeded. That didn’t seem right to me, so I decided […]

  • […] for that day, and couldn't go. After I'd made the trip, I saw the reports and posts from “Rushing Freedom City”; many people had gone, but not one had succeeded. That didn't seem right to me, so I decided […]

  • […] online chatter that a group of netizens tried to force their way up to Zeng’s door to deliver milk powder. When that proved unsuccessful, someone thought it through, and got it right. And still others went […]

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