(BEST CHOICE) 2.35mb google earth image gallery of Wengan
2.35mb file with 5 google earth shots of what I assume to be Wengan country from a .cn site
Wengan large surface visual:
Wengan zoom up level 2:
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Wengan zoom up level 5:
Forget typing up 'Wengan country' with google. With the troubles there the goverment is clamping down on any intel gathering by the rioters.
unfortunately I have found a .cn site on google, entering even though google was screaming that my computer would be harmed with some horrible
infection if I entered the site... but hey, anything for the community of Wengan. Maybe they can have an idea where to fight or escape the heavy flak
cannon tanks which are probably incoming. Lets all pitch in with our two cents and help them with some maps or whatnot.
This is from the above link:
'Thousands of people have rioted in Wengan county in southwest China's Guizhou province, accusing the police of a cover-up after the death of a
More than 10,000 people ransacked and torched government office buildings on Saturday, the Hong Kong-based Information Centre for Human Rights and
At least one person died and up to 150 people were injured in clashes with police, the organisation said.
Nearly 200 rioters have been arrested.
The riots began after officials said that the 16-year-old committed suicide by jumping into a river.
However, many locals have suggested that she was raped and murdered. She was believed to have last been seen nine days ago with three men, two of them
relatives of high-ranking government officials.
The violence escalated after the girl's uncle, who had protested against the conclusion of the police investigation, was reportedly beaten to death
"As he was a teacher at the local high school, students from local schools went to the police to ask for justice, dozens of them I think, then some
students were beaten by the police," an anonymous resident told the AFP news agency.
"After they were beaten, they started fires at the police building and torched police cars."
Officials at the county government and police station did not answer telephone calls on Sunday, but the official Xinhua news agency said that the
government is handling the situation "appropriately".
Several Chinese websites posting about the girl's death and the riots have been blocked, however a number were still accessible on Sunday.
With less than two months to go before the Beijing Olympics, China's government is working to quell any unrest and ensure order across the
The crackdown against protesters in Tibet in March drew international condemnation and caused several disruptions to the Olympic's torch's journey
around the world.'
[edit on 30-6-2008 by star in a jar]