“I am horrified to say that Peng Shuai was one of those darling children, now a beautiful, valued adult, who showed brilliant talent at a very early age and was confiscated from her family to endure intense training in her skill as an asset of the Chinese Communist Party and China. These children are starved of love and empathy becoming vulnerable young girls, youths and women to the men who see them as a material asset,” says Sara Qin, a Chinese nurse born and educated in Wuhan, Hubei, China who uses an anglicized name and is no longer in China having fled with a group of workers who gathered in Shenzhen and then departed with help from the RINJ Women organization on a route that is no longer used.
“The decision to close down the Shenzhen NGO operation was announced mid November. The parties involved have all been resettled, and we no longer use the Shenzhen route for extrication,” explained Geraldine Frisque, spokesperson for The RINJ Foundation.
Ms. Frisque arranged this particular interview with Sara Qin from a country outside China and its autonomous regions. Ms. Frisque commented officially on behalf of her organization to say that RINJ Women were discussing how to thank World Tennis Association’s Chairman and CEO, Mr. Steve Simon, who wrote in a statement, “While we now know where Peng is, I have serious doubts that she is free, safe, and not subject to censorship, coercion, and intimidation,” following his announcement that all the millions of dollars worth of tennis activities in China are now cancelled.
Readers of this full article will likely agree, Ms. Peng is not free and in grave danger.
by Micheal John with files from Melissa Hemingway
Accused of non-consensual intercourse, which is rape in international law, by tennis star Peng Shuai, is former Politburo official and one time Vice Premier of China, Zhang Gaoli. US State Department Photo 11 November 2014. Photo is cropped from a summit photo involving US Secretary John Kerry in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine
“In the relationship of Peng Shuai and former vice premier Zhang Gaoli,” continued Ms. Qin, “probably nobody will ever know how complicated Mr. Zhang’s extramarital relationships would have been, three years ago and more. But Shuai was an easy target in her late teens and early twenties, hardworking, loveless, and hopeless. Likely Shuai does not know the truth of how many women were involved with that married communist official man. But men of the Politburo insisting on sex and exploiting the children growing up in state-sponsored training camps, is nothing new and the courts will not touch this. Even if a police person will make a charge it will just go away and the girl could be even charged with ‘starting quarrels and causing a break in the peace‘,” and alternatively caged for a long time by one of the men,” Ms. Qin said.
“This is normal in China. Rape of a woman is not a punishable crime and rape of a male is something that does not happen or something nobody may speak about.
How common is adultery, in China, in any form?
“Married men often work in different cities from their wife and family and come home some weekends. In the city where they work they may have another house or an apartment and keep a girlfriend there or even an unofficial wife who doesn’t know about the official wife. It is extremely common for married men to cheat in China, is what my experience and knowledge tells me from almost thirty years in China,” says Sara Qin who uses an anglicized name.
“Women are very sad about these cheatings that are commonly happening. Sometimes women are separated from their husbands because they are sent to live in Canada or the United States where the husband sends money for the women to invest in businesses or to buy real estate property. This might be black tax money or legitimate savings or a favour for friends or government officials. This is another very common practice. The wives seem to like this and they build a new life with a lot of money. They don’t always tell the whole story about what they are doing but they live a good life away from the husband who is having his needs taken care of by another woman. Both women enjoy the money of the husband and stay quiet,” Sara Qin added.
Are women heard when they have an exploitation complaint?
“It is normal to stay quiet about sex without consent in China, forced sex, in other words or just sexual exploitation. Women try hard to avoid circumstance of being alone with a male where that could happen. Women run away. But someone like Peng Shuai cannot run. They are owned by the state as an asset the men of the CCP use to compete with the world. They are controlled by the state. Peng Shuai knows how to behave from years of brainwashing but she learned so much from foreigners during her tennis travels, and because of emotions and exploitation, she got out of line and went public with a big cry for help. She will be forced back into behavior and if that doesn’t work, she will be disappeared, I fear. Mr. Steve Simon is right. This is a big terrible problem of many, not just Shuai.
“People in America say “#MeToo / #WoYeShi” is in China. Who are they kidding? There is no #MeToo / #WoYeShi in China, because of censorship. And this is not WoYeShi it is much worse. It is about the exploitation of girls who have something the CCP wants for the state of China. They grow up very vulnerable, and pretty, and desirable, and exploited by the CCP men,” said Sara as she choked back a sob.
“Feminine-Perspective Magazine and all feminism is censored in China,” says nurse Qin who declined to allow FPM.news to publish her photo under the current circumstances. She said she believed a China spy was watching her in Starbucks today and had to be led out by her assigned security escort.
Accused of non-consensual intercourse, which is rape in international law, is former Vice Premiere of China, Zhang Gaoli, left, shown here from from U.S. Department of State (State Department photo/ Public Domain) and Peng Shuai taken by “si robi /Flikr”
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“In the case of Peng Shuai, she is a woman of knowledge from many countries ever since she was 13, and she has joined millions of Chinese who do not like the Communist Party government and the peculiar ways of thinking that have been emerging lately as Xi Jinping goes through a major change in his life and his ideology,” she said.
“Xi Jinping leads the meanest government in my lifetime. Peng Shuai would have felt this in the past three years because she knows many foreigners and hears how life is like in other countries. People would tell her about the former boyfriend forcing or coercing with threats to have sex when she said, “No”, is a serious crime against a lady and a serious rape violation using a ruse of settling the issues of obtaining personal belongings and valuables owed, to try and force sex. We think that happened to Ms. Peng,” she explained.
“Many husbands in China rape their wives even when the wife has caught the husband living a double married life and wants him to be gone from her.”
“The Chinese female journalist Huang Xueqin experienced attempted rape from her supervisor in the hotel room. She ended up quitting her job after this traumatic experience. According to Huang’s survey, conducted among other Chinese female journalists, among a total of 250 polls, almost 80% of them reported sexual harassment that they decided to keep silent, and only 1% reported to police while 3.3% just resigned from their work positions. Shockingly, despite being a victim of sexual harassment, Huang was the person who got arrested just like other feminist activists by the police in Guangzhou for “picking quarrels and provoking troubles”, due to her #MeToo activism. Due to the lack of sensitivity of male police officers, it was reported that numerous female victims who went to police to report sexual harassment were discouraged and ignored from pressing charges, and had to wait for a long time in order to be cared for by a female police officer,” according to Wikipedia writers which confirms some of what Ms. Qin is saying.
Missing: Sophia Huang Xueqin
Two human rights defenders in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, including China’s women’s most notable women’s rights campaigner, Sophia Huang Xueqin, are missing.
Guangzhou colleague Robert Cheng said he and shared friends had lost contact with both Sophia Huang Xueqin and workers’-rights defender, Wang Jianbing, since 19 September 2021 when they disappeared and were believed to have been detained on charges of ‘subversion of state power’. Sophia Huang Xueqin had wanted to go to England and study at the University of Sussex according to sources. She had apparently paid for an airline ticket from Shenzhen to Hong Kong and then forward from HK to London but she vanished before leaving China despite having been told when she asked, that she would be allowed to travel, she was likely enticed to do that and intercepted in the process of clearing China. All the while she was traveling to Shenzhen from Guangzhou, she was likely in quasi-detention already, with officials from the Communist Party tracking her whereabouts. Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine
“Powerful CCP men fear that Peng Shuai could tell all she knows about the workings of the Politburo she learned over many years from the mouth of Zhang Gaoli,” says Chinese nurse familiar with events.
“That’s why we must pressure China to release Peng and the other women.”
“It’s a case of officials entitled to do sex crime. Nobody should speak of that. This is how the CCP is working for as long as I know. But Peng Shuai has been learning more about the rights other women experience and more about what women should protest. I myself only started to learn about rights when I met Kathy Poon from RINJ.
“So Peng Shuai on 2 November 2021 told the world on her Weibo account that she was raped. Bang. Big mess.
“The Chinese Communist Party men are all thinking, this is going to happen to themselves if it is now to be allowed to make accusations on Weibo and other places, and then have the international press making it an issue,” explained Nurse Qin.
The Weibo post lasted minutes only, according to Weibo users.
“I believe the world will soon never see tennis champion Peng Shuai again unless a miracle takes place. We need to make very loud public noises about this to keep her alive, I think. This is the way it goes in the past. Women who speak out against Politburo men disappear. There will be mortally sinful lies, but there will be no Peng Shuai that sports reporters can book an interview with. The men of the CCP are all terrified she will tell what Zhang Gaoli has told her over the years, from their former conjugal bed.”
Author’s note: Below is a translation of what Ms. Peng said on Weibo. It is a heartbreakingly sad story of sexual exploitation of a young woman, the kind of story many Chinese girl athletes know. In China, athletes are sent away from their homes at a very early age. From the crucial years between 5 and 14, children miss the love of their moms and dads while rigorously training in the Chinese totalitarian regime’s clinical training facilities, away from love and positive empathy and emotion. Hence these kids grow up working hard every day, as love-starved young women, chattels of the state, and vulnerable. They are constantly exploited, often by many men, as the vulnerable ‘assets‘ search for something called love.
Peng Shuai wrote: [Translated]
“I know I cannot explain this clearly, and even if I say it, it won’t matter, but I still want to let it out. I am a hypocrite. I admit I am not a good woman, and am in fact, a very very bad woman. About three years ago, Zhang Gaoli vice president, you retired. You asked Dr. Liu at the Tianjin Tennis Centre to contact me, and asked me to play tennis with you at Kang Ming Hotel in Beijing.
“After we finished playing tennis, you and your wife Kang Jie brought me to your home. Then you took me into your room. Like what happened ten years ago in Tianjin, you wanted to have sex with me.
“That afternoon I was very afraid. I did not expect this to happen, you had someone guard outside the room, because your wife must not know this is happening.
“About seven years ago, we had sex. Then later on after you got promoted to be a member of the Politburo Standing Committee in Beijing, you never contacted me again. I used to bury everything inside me. After all, if you didn’t want to take any responsibility, why did you come back for me, and brought me to your home to have sex?
“It is true that I don’t have evidence. It is also not possible to leave evidence. Later on you kept denying, but it is true that you were attracted to me first, otherwise I couldn’t have been able to come into contact with you.
“That afternoon I didn’t agree, and I kept crying. I had dinner with you and auntie Kang Jie together. You said the universe is very very big. The earth is merely a speck of sand in the universe, and we human beings are smaller than even a speck of sand. You said a lot more than that, and the purpose was basically to persuade me to drop my guard. After dinner, I was still not willing to have sex. You said you hated me. You said in those seven years, you never forgot me, and you will treat me well etc. I was terrified and anxious. Taking into consideration the affection I had for you seven years ago, I agreed. yes, we had sex.
“Romantic attraction is such a complicated thing that explain it clearly. From that day on, I renewed my love for you. Throughout my time with you after that, purely based on our interactions, you were a very good person, and you treated me well. We talking about recent history, as well as ancient eras. You educated me on so many topics, and we had discussions about economics, politics. We never ran out of things to talk about. We played chess, sang, played table tennis, played pool and also played tennis together. We always had endless fun. It was as if our personalities fit perfectly together.
“I left home at an early age. On the inside, I am extremely deprived of love. In the middle of all of this, I never thought I was a good woman. I hated myself, I hated why I came to this world. You told me you loved me, very very much, and you said you hope in the next life, we can meet each other around the age of twenty, or eighteen. You said you were lonely. You pitied yourself for being alone. We had endless things to talk about, never ran out of topics. You said in your position, it is impossible to divorce. If we met in Shandong, you would have been able to divorce, but not now. I thought I would just accompany you quietly, not making any noise.
“At the beginning, everything was fine. But as went on, things started to change. There was so much unfairness and humiliation. Every time you asked me to go to your home, behind your back your wife said so many ugly and hurtful things to me. All kinds of jeer and mockery. I said I like to eat duck tongue. Auntie Kang Jie would go, “ew so disgusting”. In the winter when Beijing had poor air quality due to smog, auntie Kang Jie would say, “it is because you live in the countryside. We don’t feel that at all here”. Things like that, she said so much of them. When you were with me, she never said those things. It is similar to when we were together. When we were together alone, you acted one way, but when there were other people near by, you would act another way.
“I have told you this before, hearing those things made me feel very hurt and humiliated deep down. Since the first day when I knew you, I have never used a cent of your money, neither have I ever used you to obtain any benefits for myself, but this thing called reputation, is so important. Everything that has happened, I deserve it. I have brought everything upon myself.
“From the beginning to the end, you told me to keep our relationship a secret, and most importantly of all, I was to never tell my mom we were having sexual relationships. Because it was her who drives me to the Church of the Saviour every time, and then I would have to change to your car to be able to get into the gated apartment complex. She thought I was always just at your place to play Mahjong or poker. We were always just transparent individuals in each others lives. Your wife was like the queen in The Legend of Zhen Huan TV show, while words couldn’t describe how embarrassed I felt.
“There were so many times where I thought, am I still a human? I thought I was a soulless creature, faking every day, which one is the real me? I shouldn’t have come to this world, but I don’t have the courage to die.
“I really want to just live simply, but things turned out different than what I wanted. On the 30th, we argued very badly. You said on the afternoon on the 2nd, we would go to your home to slowly talk it out. Today at noon, you called to say you are busy, denied everything, made excuse to say we would talk another day and just like that, you withdrew again, just like seven years ago.
“You played with me, and dumped me when you were done with me for sex. You said there were no transactions between us. Yes, that is true, our affection towards each other had nothing to do with money or power. But I have a hard time finding closure for, and coming to terms with our three year long relationship. You were always scared I would secretly bring a recording device, and leave evidence. That’s right, other than me, I do not have any evidence to prove what happened, no audio recording, no video taping. The only thing I have is memory from my own messed up self.
“For someone as prominent as yourself, I know you said you are not afraid. But it doesn’t matter if I’m hitting a rock with an egg, or being a moth that flies towards the flame, I am telling the truth about what happened between us. With your intelligence and wits I am sure you will either deny it, or blame it on me, or you could simply play it cool. You always say you hope your mother in heaven could bless you. I am a bad woman who doesn’t deserve to be a mother, but you are a father with both boy and girl. I have asked you this before, would you have done the same even to your adopted daughter? Do you still have the courage to face your mother after what you have done in your lifetime? We sure all like to pretend we are virtuous.”
Peng Shuai [Translated]