Taiwanese Artist Loses Travel Documents in Wuhan for Returning to Taiwan, Replacement Only Took 1 Day
Wuhan Evening News report — A Taiwanese artist came to Wuhan for an exchange, accidentally lost his travel document for returning to Taiwan, but has to go back the next day, so what does he do? After receiving his request for help, the city Public Security Bureau’s Entry-Exit Administration opened the “green channel”, and replaced the document the same day.
Yesterday morning, the Hubei Masses Art Centre’s Ms. Liu requested help from the Entry-Exit Administration: The Mr. Chen Jinjin whom they invited to participate in their “China Hubei Juqin Art Exchange Event” had accidentally lost all of his documents, had to return to Taiwan today, and thus needed expedited documents replacement.
The civil police quickly fired up the holiday “green channel” for document processing, called multiple personnel in for the processing, processed all of the examination and approval procedures as quickly as possible, simultaneously notified the provincial Entry-Exit Administration, manufactured and issued his travel document for returning to Taiwan on the same day.
Police say, according to the Wuhan Municipal Public Security Bureau’s recently launched measures, city residents who have encountered an emergency and need to exit the country (borders) can go to the “green channel” window at the civic center Entry-Exit Administration, or apply by calling 027-85395370 on holidays and non-working days.
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Sigh, instead of being ashamed of this, they are instead proud.
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Which is why if it really does come to war, those who would lead the way [for the enemy] will also definitely be them.
What a joke, just getting a national ID card takes at least a month, so may I ask our government officials, can you treat everyone equally?
Try replacing a national ID card or having your name changed on your national ID card!
Actually, it’s frankly something that can easily be done in a day, but the prerequisite is that you are something from anywhere but the People’s Republic of China.
So who are the underclass [people who willingly suffer mistreatment]? Just hold back your tears and admit it!
In Shenzhen, getting a temporary residence permit takes half a month, and there’s a risk if you go out during this time, as authorities are checking people everywhere in Shenzhen these days, with those who have their ID but no residence permit being taken in and locked up for a night. If you don’t believe me, go to the Shenzhen Public Security District Fuyongxiashiwei District, next to the Home Inn. There’s a police car parked there every day, with several motorcycles behind it. The people working her, talk about pitiful people having something detestable about them, they are all temporary workers. If you get in the car without a police officer telling you, did you commit a crime or murder someone? I’ve been checked a few times, and I have all my documents, but I simply refuse to show them. The moment they ask, I call 110 and tell these temporary workers that I’ll wait for a police officer to handle this. The moment the police officer comes, they just look over my ID and that’s it. It’s just those temporary workers, using their connection with the police to intimidate/bully people around.
Good! I support this! Awesome! There’s hope after all!
Let me tell you a secret, every since QVOD has disappeared, I’ve been going to Lurouwu, it’s great, I’ve used up all my tissues.
People who are shameless are invincible, but when a government is shameless, then doom is near.
Wuhan is interesting. The Japanese person who lost his bike was this place too, right?
They were also very quick with helping the Imperial [Japanese] Army find his bicycle. Wuhan sure is magical/strange.