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Remember Me? Man beats up his abusive teacher 20 years after leaving school

Abusive teacher beaten up in China news

The perpetrator known only as ‘Chang’ posted video of the vicious 20 minute assault on social media.

In the video Chang stops a moped being driven by his old teacher on a street in the city of Luoyang, China. He asks the man, known as Zhang ‘Do you remember me?’, then begins slapping him on the face.

50 year old Zhang did not fight back, and can be heard saying, ‘I’m sorry.’

Chang’s grudge stemmed from an incident 20 years ago, while a student in Zhang’s class at high school. As punishment for sleeping in class, Zhang made the boy kneel in front of the class, then kicked him ‘ten times’ in the head.’

Zhang did not lay a complaint with police, but they caught up with Chang and arrested him after seeing the video online.

Corporal punishment in Chinese schools was outlawed in 1986, but instances of child abuse continue to this day.

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  1. What goes around comes around, as the old Pagan / Wiccan saying goes…
    Maybe if more ex-abused students started doing this in Aotearoa, then the abuse of students would stop.
    As it is, the abused ‘now-adult’ former students give testimony into special hearings, but no one gets charged, and the compo to the abused is little if non-existent.
    It’s teacher and staff / student bullying that leads to weapons showing-up in the classrooms of Western Society.
    Organised schooling and education is nothing more than a pipeline to prison nowadays, or a trip to the mental ward for those being abused on a long-term basis.
    Naturally, ALL of the schools here have ‘Anti-Bullying Policies’ in place, but when the school principals and staff are confronted by both the bullied student and his / her parents, nothing actually gets done to stop the situation.
    A kid on my street where I grew up experienced bullying that was ‘endorsed’, in other words, the kid had been a problem by acting out from getting bullied at school in the classroom.
    His old man fixed this problem by first confronting the school staff and principal, and when the bullying increased after the meeting, his old man went down to the school, dragged the principal out of his office, and kicked the living s$%t out of him.
    Needless to say, the kid was reassigned to another school where, after word got around, there were no more problems.
    The father of the kid threatened to counter-charge based on child abuse, assault and battery on a minor, etc if the school had chosen to prosecute daddy-dearest for dispensing neighbourhood justice.
    If one parent is at home during the day, you all should be home-schooling!

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