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Post  Guest on Sun 11 Jan - 18:00

A primary-school student in central China had to have 52 stitches in his face after he was beaten by his teacher for not doing his homework.


By Malcolm Moore in Shanghai
Last Updated: 2:44PM GMT 08 Jan 2009

Zheng Chaoqun, 10, is still being treated at a hospital in Henan province after his teacher tore away a strip of flesh. Zheng told a local newspaper, the Dayang News, that his assailant, 37-year-old Guo Yabin, had picked him up by his cheeks after he failed to hand in his work.

"She was very angry at the time," he said. "She ripped and tiwsted my cheeks with both her hands and then she lifted me off the ground."

The boy said he felt his face ripping off and fell back to his seat. "She still had my skin in her hands, and my face was bleeding. She looked anxious and sent me home," he said.

Doctors in the hospital sewed up a five inch wound. Zheng's father has reported the case to the police and is expected to press for damages.

But no action has yet been taken against Mrs Guo, a mother of two. The authorities said they, and the police, were still investigating the incident. However, graphic pictures of Zheng's injuries have circulated on the Chinese internet.

Mrs Guo's relatives have reportedly produced a hospital certificate to show the teacher is mentally unstable. "When she tore off his face, we were horrified," another student told the Dayang News.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/4176114/Chinese-schoolboy-has-52-stitches-after-attack-from-teacher.html

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Post  Susan on Sun 11 Jan - 18:58

I would have gone straight around the school and beaten her to death had that been my child!!!!

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Post  Guest on Sun 11 Jan - 19:04

Ambersuz wrote:I would have gone straight around the school and beaten her to death had that been my child!!!!

Me too!!!!! :Boxer:

Mind you, she's the exception to the rule, its gone beyond a joke now in schools. No respect for authority at all, a teacher like that gives the whole profession a bad name. But there are so many dedicated teachers out there trying their very best to instill some sort of education and knowledge into our young people and can't, because they're faced with an unruly class who have no interest whatsoever in learning and who live to disrupt. Thereby spoling things for the rest of the class who genuinely want to get ahead. Its the same old story, it only takes a few to spoil it for the many ....

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Post  Susan on Sun 11 Jan - 19:19

Erin wrote:
Ambersuz wrote:I would have gone straight around the school and beaten her to death had that been my child!!!!

Me too!!!!! :Boxer:

Mind you, she's the exception to the rule, its gone beyond a joke now in schools. No respect for authority at all, a teacher like that gives the whole profession a bad name. But there are so many dedicated teachers out there trying their very best to instill some sort of education and knowledge into our young people and can't, because they're faced with an unruly class who have no interest whatsoever in learning and who live to disrupt. Thereby spoling things for the rest of the class who genuinely want to get ahead. Its the same old story, it only takes a few to spoil it for the many ....

I guess you are right and things might have changed in schools now but I still dont agree with any violence at all....violence breeds violence!

As as we hear so much goes on at home now with all these abused and murdered children teachers should know how to handle unruly children....or get another job....

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Post  Guest on Sun 11 Jan - 19:32

Ambersuz wrote:
Erin wrote:
Ambersuz wrote:I would have gone straight around the school and beaten her to death had that been my child!!!!

Me too!!!!! :Boxer:

Mind you, she's the exception to the rule, its gone beyond a joke now in schools. No respect for authority at all, a teacher like that gives the whole profession a bad name. But there are so many dedicated teachers out there trying their very best to instill some sort of education and knowledge into our young people and can't, because they're faced with an unruly class who have no interest whatsoever in learning and who live to disrupt. Thereby spoling things for the rest of the class who genuinely want to get ahead. Its the same old story, it only takes a few to spoil it for the many ....

I guess you are right and things might have changed in schools now but I still dont agree with any violence at all....violence breeds violence!

As as we hear so much goes on at home now with all these abused and murdered children teachers should know how to handle unruly children....or get another job....

Yes, its a vocation alright, or at least it should be. If you're not fit to hack it, get the fluck out!

Its not a job I'd fancy though, not the with the times we are facing. Too much political correctness for one thing. My kids can't even play skip rope or hopscotch anymore in case someone falls and cuts themselves and some idiot parent decides to sue!!! FFS if my parents had decided to sue each time I fell, banged my leg, etc. we'd be millionaires living on our very own caribbean island right now!

But I hear what you're saying about violence breeding violence, my Dad, Lord rest his soul, used to tell me about the brutality used by the teachers he had and that's only in the last 50 yrs or so, it was awful, they got away with murder. No-one wants to see those times again.

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Post  Susan on Sun 11 Jan - 20:02

Erin wrote:
Ambersuz wrote:
Erin wrote:
Ambersuz wrote:I would have gone straight around the school and beaten her to death had that been my child!!!!

Me too!!!!! :Boxer:

Mind you, she's the exception to the rule, its gone beyond a joke now in schools. No respect for authority at all, a teacher like that gives the whole profession a bad name. But there are so many dedicated teachers out there trying their very best to instill some sort of education and knowledge into our young people and can't, because they're faced with an unruly class who have no interest whatsoever in learning and who live to disrupt. Thereby spoling things for the rest of the class who genuinely want to get ahead. Its the same old story, it only takes a few to spoil it for the many ....

I guess you are right and things might have changed in schools now but I still dont agree with any violence at all....violence breeds violence!

As as we hear so much goes on at home now with all these abused and murdered children teachers should know how to handle unruly children....or get another job....

Yes, its a vocation alright, or at least it should be. If you're not fit to hack it, get the fluck out!

Its not a job I'd fancy though, not the with the times we are facing. Too much political correctness for one thing. My kids can't even play skip rope or hopscotch anymore in case someone falls and cuts themselves and some idiot parent decides to sue!!! FFS if my parents had decided to sue each time I fell, banged my leg, etc. we'd be millionaires living on our very own caribbean island right now!

But I hear what you're saying about violence breeding violence, my Dad, Lord rest his soul, used to tell me about the brutality used by the teachers he had and that's only in the last 50 yrs or so, it was awful, they got away with murder. No-one wants to see those times again.


Yes you're right about the sueing going on now....i havent heard about it in the Uk but I know it happens in the USA....

I've been thinking of the name of those priests that taught 50 years or so ago that were violent!! damn! I'll have to ask my mother when I see her but they were horror stories!

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Post  Guest on Sun 11 Jan - 20:12

Ambersuz wrote:
Erin wrote:
Ambersuz wrote:
Erin wrote:
Ambersuz wrote:I would have gone straight around the school and beaten her to death had that been my child!!!!

Me too!!!!! :Boxer:

Mind you, she's the exception to the rule, its gone beyond a joke now in schools. No respect for authority at all, a teacher like that gives the whole profession a bad name. But there are so many dedicated teachers out there trying their very best to instill some sort of education and knowledge into our young people and can't, because they're faced with an unruly class who have no interest whatsoever in learning and who live to disrupt. Thereby spoling things for the rest of the class who genuinely want to get ahead. Its the same old story, it only takes a few to spoil it for the many ....

I guess you are right and things might have changed in schools now but I still dont agree with any violence at all....violence breeds violence!

As as we hear so much goes on at home now with all these abused and murdered children teachers should know how to handle unruly children....or get another job....

Yes, its a vocation alright, or at least it should be. If you're not fit to hack it, get the fluck out!

Its not a job I'd fancy though, not the with the times we are facing. Too much political correctness for one thing. My kids can't even play skip rope or hopscotch anymore in case someone falls and cuts themselves and some idiot parent decides to sue!!! FFS if my parents had decided to sue each time I fell, banged my leg, etc. we'd be millionaires living on our very own caribbean island right now!

But I hear what you're saying about violence breeding violence, my Dad, Lord rest his soul, used to tell me about the brutality used by the teachers he had and that's only in the last 50 yrs or so, it was awful, they got away with murder. No-one wants to see those times again.


Yes you're right about the sueing going on now....i havent heard about it in the Uk but I know it happens in the USA....

I've been thinking of the name of those priests that taught 50 years or so ago that were violent!! damn! I'll have to ask my mother when I see her but they were horror stories!

Here in Ireland it was the Christian Brothers and never were brethern of the cloth so mis-named.
I'm not condemning them all of course, its just that the work of the few bad apples, greatly overshadowed the work of the good.
My Dad was put outside for three hours in the snow at 8 years of age cos he was daydreaming and looking out the window ... he ended up with pnemonia, surprise surprise and nearly died. Even at that point, my Nan and Grandad were so intimidated and indoctrinateby the power of the Church, they didn't DARE complain!!!
How things have changed and just as well .....

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Post  Susan on Sun 11 Jan - 20:35

Erin wrote:
Here in Ireland it was the Christian Brothers and never were brethern of the cloth so mis-named.
I'm not condemning them all of course, its just that the work of the few bad apples, greatly overshadowed the work of the good.
My Dad was put outside for three hours in the snow at 8 years of age cos he was daydreaming and looking out the window ... he ended up with pnemonia, surprise surprise and nearly died. Even at that point, my Nan and Grandad were so intimidated and indoctrinateby the power of the Church, they didn't DARE complain!!!
How things have changed and just as well .....

Thats the ones!!!! My mother went to School in Gibraltar.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Congregation_of_Christian_Brothers

In 1878 the Brothers were introduced to the British colony of Gibraltar.



In Ireland, during the latter part of the 20th century, Christian brothers schools were noted for allegations of brutal and frequent use of corporal punishment. [5]

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