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China - 2013 | A Child In Chains

The family of eleven-year-old He Zili say they have no choice but to restrain him as he has a tendency to attack those around him.


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He Zili, 11, is seen chained to a wall as his grandfather sits next to him at their home in Zhejiang province, November 27 , 2013. The boy injured his head when he was a year old and started suffering from mental disorders. According to his family, they had no choice but to restrain him on chains as he had a tendency to attack those around him.

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Eleven-year-old He Zili's grandfather, who did not want to be named, wipes away tears from his eyes as he holds onto the chain that is locked around Zili's ankle at their home in Zhejiang province, November 27, 2013. Zili is currently being looked after by his physically disabled grandfather and his intellectually handicapped father after his mother died of cancer.

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Eleven-year-old He Zili runs past a neighbour along an alley outside his home as his father (not pictured) pulls on the chain locked around his ankle, in Zhejiang province, November 27, 2013.

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The chains around the ankle of eleven-year-old He Zili is seen in his home in Zhejiang province, November 27, 2013.

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Eleven-year-old He Zili's grandfather holds onto the chains locked around Zili's ankle at their home in Zhejiang province, November 27, 2013.

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Eleven-year-old He Zili sits as he is chained to a pillar at his home in Zhejiang province, November 27, 2013.

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Eleven-year-old He Zili's grandfather cries as he holds Zili's foot, which is chained to a pillar, at their home in Zhejiang province, November 27, 2013.

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Eleven-year-old He Zili plays in a yard as his grandfather holds onto a chain locked around his ankle at their home in Zhejiang province, November 27, 2013.

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Eleven-year-old He Zili stands outside his home as his father holds onto the chain locked around his ankle in Zhejiang province, November 27, 2013.

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Eleven-year-old He Zili runs along an alley outside his home, as his father pulls on the chain locked around his ankle, in Zhejiang province, China November 27, 2013.


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Old 11-28-2013, 03:41 PM
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Re: China - 2013 | A Child In Chains

child needs help from a medical professional not chained like some animal. This will do nothing but make the situation worse

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This is sad as fuck

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Re: China - 2013 | A Child In Chains

If they just wrapped the chains in a cute monkey toy, they'd be considered loving grandparents.

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Poor kid. This is sad

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Re: China - 2013 | A Child In Chains

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If they just wrapped the chains in a cute monkey toy, they'd be considered loving grandparents.
Damn! that post really made me think. I have never really given any thought to those things. I racked my brain to think if anyone I know ever used one. I have definitely seen them and accepted them in the context of fear of abduction ect. maybe its hysteria perpetuated by the media. you cant help but feel naturally protective of children.

those things really are like having you child in chains. Comfortabe chains granted but chains none the less. Maybe more like a leash. Good post, like I said not once have I given them things a second thought before

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Re: China - 2013 | A Child In Chains

That boy is gonna grow up, where they gonna stick him next, a cage?

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That boy is gonna grow up, where they gonna stick him next, a cage?
a padded cage is still a cage. This is horrific and heartbreaking. Adults with severe mental difficulties are effectively locked up. I know a few people who work in that sector and its hard. Most have no choice to leave and access to the 'outside' world without restrictions in limited. However they do get help. This child really needs help and care.

The question is what options are open to them?? would they be exchanging a cage at home for a lovely medial facility? being poor and having no political influence probably means no.

would they be exchanging a cage at home for a cage in in one of the prison type institutions? china is notorious for its mental health laws in that they only implimented laws this year. Its sad that in a nation of gold plated ipads and crome bugattis the best option for this child probablty really is being chained to a fucking wall

The Forgotten People, the state of Chinese psychiatric wards by Lu Nan

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Re: China - 2013 | A Child In Chains

only top of the iceberg i'm afraid. they restrain a lot of mental patients in hospitals too. often followed by suicide.

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Damn! that post really made me think. I have never really given any thought to those things. I racked my brain to think if anyone I know ever used one. I have definitely seen them and accepted them in the context of fear of abduction ect. maybe its hysteria perpetuated by the media. you cant help but feel naturally protective of children.

those things really are like having you child in chains. Comfortabe chains granted but chains none the less. Maybe more like a leash. Good post, like I said not once have I given them things a second thought before
some kids deserve to be on a leash. some genius figured it out. its really handy in public places, especially stores when your kids are the type to touch everything and/or open products that aren't paid for and had no plans to pay for.

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