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Post time 2019-7-9 16:42:05 |Display all floors

Volunteers guide residents to correctly sort garbage at a community in the Quyang Road Subdistrict.

A woman has been given three days of detention for refusing to sort her garbage and injuring a volunteer after the city's new regulations took effect on July 1, Hongkou police said Tuesday.

The 33-year-old surnamed Ye squeezed the neck of Zhao Suzhen, a female volunteer in the Chiyi Neighborhood of Quyang Road Subdistrict in Hongkou at 7:30pm on July 4, after she asked Ye to correctly classify the kitchen and residual waste according to the regulation.

Zhao passed out and fell to the ground after being choked and threatened by Ye. She was taken to the nearby Yueyang Hospital and released the next day after medical checks.

Zhao suffered slight bruises on the neck and head, according to the Hongkou police. Ye was caught by the police and confessed later the same day.

The 55-year-old Zhao, a retired cleaner, has returned to her volunteer work.

Volunteers like Zhao have been dispatched to all the garbage sites across the subdistrict, which is one of the major old residential communities in downtown. They guide residents to correctly sort trash and abide by the new regulations.

Citywide, Shanghai's urban management and law enforcement officials have imposed fines in 190 cases for violating the city's new domestic garbage management regulations.

Among them, 62.1 percent were related to failure to install garbage-sorting containers, and 35.8 percent were for failure to sort and dump trash correctly.

Individuals found mixing wet trash with recyclable or dry trash will be fined 50 yuan (US$6.4) to 100 yuan. For repeat offenders, fines range between 100 and 200 yuan.

First-time violators mixing hazardous waste with the other garbage will be fined 50 to 150 yuan if they refuse to put things right. The fine will rise to 200 yuan if they are spotted skirting requirements for a second or more times and refuse to make improvements.




Zhao Suzhen, the female volunteer at the Chiyi Neighborhood who was attacked when trying to persuade a female to sort her garbage correctly



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Post time 2019-7-9 17:15:05 |Display all floors
what is the difference between 3 days of jail and 3 days of detention?

if you want something in life get off your backside, and do it yourself!! don't rely on others to do it for you

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Post time 2019-7-9 18:21:37 |Display all floors
parcher Post time: 2019-7-9 17:15
what is the difference between 3 days of jail and 3 days of detention?

there isn't a 3 day jail term,

   but 3 days in police lock up gives you time to think...

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Post time 2019-7-9 18:22:26 |Display all floors
parcher Post time: 2019-7-9 17:15
what is the difference between 3 days of jail and 3 days of detention?

there isn't a 3 day jail term,

   but 3 days in police lock up gives you time to think...

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Post time 2019-7-9 18:26:52 |Display all floors
parcher Post time: 2019-7-9 17:15
what is the difference between 3 days of jail and 3 days of detention?

Californian student Julian Adame has also been detained after he was arrested during a drunken night out in May last year.

Adame’s case has been making news around the world, as he now approaches nine months in jail awaiting trial...

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Post time 2019-7-9 18:50:57 |Display all floors
parcher Post time: 2019-7-9 17:15
what is the difference between 3 days of jail and 3 days of detention?

Pretty much the same, deprivation of freedom is the principal purpose, be it jail or detention centers.
Believe it or not, it's true.

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Post time 2019-7-10 11:32:56 |Display all floors
Only 3 days in a police cell with free food and lodging for choking a volunteer almost to death!!  Simply too lenient and inviting more such violence!  She should be charged in court  and face the full penalty imposed by the court!

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