Over ten days of force-injection made my hands swollen so badly the veins were hard to be seen. Nevertheless the three female gulag doctors still brutally inserted needles into me every day.
They scolded me loudly while inserting needles, “You can’t get pregnant anymore! Your internal organs will be so badly damaged they can never recover in you lifetime! You want to force us into releasing you by hunger strike? No way! We won’t release you even if you die here!”
Every day, they insulted my family and me with malevolent words.
Watching them, I felt so sad. They were females and wearing doctors’ overall, both of which were supposed to embody compassion and loving care…