“Lucifer Chu”, from Taiwan, who is a renowned local writer and blogger. He was invited to an activity held in the Expo which organized by Nokia and Siemens as a guest speaker on the 19th of May. However, he was taken away by police on that day due to his clothes has some sensitive subtitles saying “Revolt for the Geeks” on it, and he was told to change the clothes before getting into the Expo, and the police gives a black t-shirt to him to change.
Reportedly, Chu had written some sort of words like “he was arrested by Shanghai Expo security for interrogation” on his MSN afterwards and has triggered off a great concern to the outside world.
Shanghai World Expo officially deny they had taken Chu away for an “interrogation”. Chu is in Taiwan on the 20th of May at night, he said in an interview at the airport, he was retained by the public security when going through the Expo checkpoints service center, but the polices were very polite to him, seems like they had a lot of experience copes with similar incident in the process in mainland.
He was retained for about 40 minutes, after the police finished questioning, they gave a black t-shirt to him. The police asked him what is mean by “Geek”, he took a while to explain what is “Geek” mean, and the police had made jokes of it, saying that himself is a “Geek” as well. Chu apparently didn’t incurred with any threaten. At last, he reminds visitors do not wear clothes with sensitive words. Chu also gives us advice that, if you want to get into the expo ground freely, you better don’t wear shirt with words such as “Monster”, “Conquer the world” or some sensitive words. [NOWnews network via 7times, CNA News]
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