Li Gang’s Sister knocks down old lady, scolds her

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ligangssister 300x200 Li Gangs Sister knocks down old lady, scolds herYou may remember the Li Gang incident, when a drunk young man named Li Qi Ming knocked down a couple of roller-bladders in their Baoding City university campus on October 16th 2010. Li Qi Ming invoked his fathers name by shouting “My Dad is Li Gang” at the security guard who arrived on the scene, of course his father being the leader of the local police station. When the story broke on the internet, Chinese netizens went wild and “my dad is Li Gang” quickly became Chinese meme-folklore. Another story of a hit and not so run emerged late yesterday in Zibo city in Shandong, the perpetrator has quickly become known as “Li Gang’s Sister” as a play on the original event.

Li Gang’s Sister was driving through downtown Zibo (if such a place exists) when she hit an elderly lady, rather than being apologetic and offering help to the injured person, Li Gang’s sister began to swear at the victim and the assembled crowd, who notably did not try to assist the victim but rather gathered around to gawk at the situation.

A case was soon opened by the police, who arrived at the scene minutes later, the driver was fined 1000rmb which was given to the victim as compensation, and the police took two points off her license and gave her a 50rmb fine, payable to the police.

Check the video out here - but be warned, there is only serious Shandong Chinese being spoken here!

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  • Ed
    April 28, 2011

    Look at what one of the comments was saying, this is entirely possible too.


  • Gerald
    April 28, 2011

    I’m surprised you chose to cover this rather than the case
    of Yao Jiaxin, though maybe the latter is a bit too “heavy” for this site:

  • Gerald
    April 28, 2011
  • CCT
    April 28, 2011

    I actually missed it – I don’t really keep with any social news, its all motoring stuff due to work/pleasure etc.

  • woxihuanpijiu
    May 2, 2011

    Oddly enough I used to know someone from Zibo….

    It looks like the mighty Mazda is parked so is it possible she backed out without looking?

    Zoom zoom zoom….but look in your rear vision mirrors for small children and old ladies.

  • joninchina
    May 2, 2011

    The Yao Jiaxin case is a very sad one, I had heard about this thru the music world since Yao was a student at the Xian Conservatory of Music. I’m afraid there is no good news regarding this case, regardless of the outcome.

    As far as “Li Gang’s sister” situation…….this happens all over China. Drivers not paying attention, along with pedestrians not paying attention either. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to avoid airhead pedestrians on my motorbike who walk right out into the street, not bothering to look because they’re too busy sending a message on their mobile phone – and then being shocked because a car or motorbike almost hits them! Drivers need to be responsible and pay attention to everything around them, no doubt about that – but at the same time pedestrians ALSO need to start paying better attention as well. At what point does innocence become guilt? I can understand pedestrians getting upset when motorbikes (and even cars) encroach along sidewalks – at what point can drivers start getting upset at pedestrians for walking out into the middle of the street, encroaching upon the right of way of cars/motorbikes? When do victims become perpetrators – and visa versa????

  • dragin
    May 2, 2011

    Yes, Zibo, how could we forget it. It’s the home of the Smart lookalike known as the Huoyun City Spirit. You can buy one down at Grady’s Automotive in Live Oak, Florida. Uh..excuse the sales plug.

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