China: Court Dismisses #MeToo Case for Lack of Evidence

Doesn’t the sad music make you feel sad?

If there’s one thing we can count on the Chinese for, it’s not doing any weird sex stuff.

People can complain all they want about bat soup and dog brisket and whatever else. But the Chinese hold the line against homos, trannies, and women.


A Beijing court has thrown out a landmark sexual harassment case brought against one of the country’s most famous TV hosts.

It ruled that there was insufficient evidence to support the case against Zhu Jun.

The plaintiff had accused Mr Zhu of forcibly groping and kissing her while she was his intern in 2014.

The case helped ignite China’s #MeToo movement and has led to increased awareness of women’s rights.

Chinese courts rarely grant hearings to such cases, and the country only very recently passed legislation that clearly defined sexual harassment.

Zhou Xiaoxuan, who is more popularly known by her online nickname Xianzi, had first come forward with her claims against Mr Zhu in an online essay in 2018.

Zhu Jun

The piece went viral and prompted many others to come forward with their own experiences of sexual harassment.

She launched legal action against Mr Zhu, a well-known host at state broadcaster CCTV, that same year. Mr Zhu has denied all the claims.

Following a final hearing on Tuesday, a brief statement released by the Haidian district court in Beijing said it was dismissing the case as Ms Zhou’s evidence was “insufficient to prove claims that Mr Zhu engaged in sexual harassment” against her.

Mr Zhu has yet to comment, but Ms Zhou has said in a written statement that she plans to appeal.

She also made an emotional address to her supporters, many of whom had gathered outside the court on Tuesday night.

She spoke of the disappointment and exhaustion she faced in a legal battle that has attracted national scrutiny.

“I feel I cannot do anything anymore… these last three years of my life have been so tough, I can’t do another three years,” she said tearfully in a video clip filmed and posted online.

The 28-year-old faces a separate lawsuit brought by Mr Zhu, for damaging his reputation and mental well-being.


In the West, women can accuse anyone of anything and it is impossible for them to face any consequences if they get caught hoaxing.

In fact, in America and Europe, it is theoretically possible for a woman to get a man prosecuted for a rape crime without the man even knowing who the bitch is.

In a perfect reality, no one would be excited about the Chinese taking over the world. But in a world where whites are ruled over by the Jews, Chinese taking over the world is as exciting as a skiing trip… with bikini girls!