Skip to content Skip to navigation

Decision to Discontinue the Execution of the Remaining Period of Reeducation-Through-Labor for Mao Hengfeng

July 28, 2011

[Mao Hengfeng] The decision states that Mao Hengfeng was sent to a prison hospital for treatment of high blood pressure while serving her Reeducation-Through-Labor order. The Committee is canceling the remaining period of her Reeducation-Through-Labor order at the suggestion of the prison hospital that she seek outside treatment. For more information, see "Petitioner Mao Hengfeng Released from Reeducation-Through-Labor in Serious Condition".

HRIC translation

Shanghai Municipal Committee for the Administration of Reeducation-Through-Labor

Decision to Discontinue the Execution of the Remaining Period of Reeducation-Through-Labor

Shanghai RTL Committee (2011) No. 005

Mao Hengfeng: Female; born December 1961; Han ethnicity; of Gaoyou, Jiangsu Province; junior high school education; unemployed; registered residence: 3B Alley 433, Hangzhou Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai. Due Mao Hengfeng’s disturbing the social order through her conduct, she was taken into custody for Reeducation-Through-Labor for one year and six months for the period of February 25, 2010 to August 24, 2011. She is presently being reeducated at Shanghai Women’s Reeducation-Through-Labor Camp.

On February 24, 2011, reeducation inmate Mao Hengfeng was transferred to the Shanghai Prison General Hospital for the treatment of high blood pressure, where she has remained up to the present. The Shanghai Prison General Hospital recently has suggested that she receive treatment in a hospital outside the prison system.

In accordance with relevant regulations on Reeducation-Through-Labor, it is hereby decided that the execution of reeducation inmate Mao Hengfeng’s remaining period of Reeducation-Through-Labor be discontinued.

July 28, 2011

Shanghai Municipal Committee for the Administration of Reeducation-Through-Labor

(Official Seal of the Committee)

Explore Topics

709 Crackdown Access to Information Access to Justice Administrative Detention All about law Arbitrary Detention
Asset Transparency Bilateral Dialogue Black Jail Book Review Business And Human Rights Censorship
Charter 08 Children Chinese Law Circumvention technology Citizen Activism Citizen Journalists
Citizen Participation Civil Society Commentary Communist Party Of China Constitution Consumer Safety
Contending views Corruption Counterterrorism Courageous Voices Cultural Revolution Culture Matters
Current affairs Cyber Security Daily Challenges Democratic And Political Reform Demolition And Relocation  Dissidents
Education Elections Enforced Disappearance Environment Ethnic Minorities EU-China
Family Planning Farmers Freedom of Association Freedom of Expression Freedom of Press Freedom of Religion
Government Accountability Government regulation Government transparency Hong Kong House Arrest HRIC Translation
Hukou Human Rights Council Human rights developments Illegal Search And Detention Inciting Subversion Of State Power Information Control 
Information technology Information, Communications, Technology (ICT) International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) International Human Rights International perspective International Relations
Internet Internet Governance JIansanjiang lawyers' rights defense Judicial Reform June Fourth Kidnapping
Labor Camps Labor Rights Land, Property, Housing Lawyer's rights Lawyers Legal System
Letters from the Mainland Major Event (Environment, Food Safety, Accident, etc.) Mao Zedong Microblogs (Weibo) National People's Congress (NPC) New Citizens Movement
Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Olympics One country, two systems Online Activism Open Government Information Personal stories
Police Brutality Political commentary Political Prisoner Politics Prisoner Of Conscience Probing history
Propaganda Protests And Petitions Public Appeal Public Security Racial Discrimination Reeducation-Through-Labor
Rights Defenders Rights Defense Rule Of Law Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Special Topic State compensation
State Secrets State Security Subversion Of State Power Surveillance Technology Thoughts/Theories
Tiananmen Mothers Tibet Torture Typical cases United Nations US-China 
Uyghurs, Uighurs Vulnerable Groups Women Youth Youth Perspective
Error | Human Rights in China 中国人权 | HRIC


The website encountered an unexpected error. Please try again later.