Yue Xin

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Yue Xin
Born1995/1996 (age 26–27)
Beijing, China
Disappeared23 August 2018
Huizhou, Guangdong, China
StatusMissing for 5 years, 1 month and 11 days
Alma materPeking University (BA)
OccupationStudent, activist
OrganizationJasic Workers Solidarity Group

Yue Xin (Chinese: 岳昕; born c. 1996) is a Chinese student activist and graduate from Peking University who disappeared on 23 August 2018.[1]

BBC News described Yue as one of China's most influential left-wing activists of 2018.[2] A Marxist and feminist, she was known for her advocacy of labour and women's rights prior to her disappearance.[3]

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  1. Guo, Rui; Lau, Mimi. "Fears for young Marxist activist missing after police raid in China". South China Morning Post.
  2. 苒苒 (28 December 2018). "高压下崛起的中国左翼青年". BBC News 中文. Retrieved 1 January 2019.
  3. Wong, Sue-Lin. "Inspired by #MeToo, student activists target inequality in China". Retrieved 21 November 2018.