LETTER: Asylum For Alex!


Dear Editor,

I am writing to express my firm support for granting asylum to Tianzhao ‘Alex’ Feng, who is currently in custody while his immigration status is being investigated.

It is imperative that the authorities recognize the critical need to provide him with the necessary protection by granting him asylum.

The recent reports highlighting Mr. Feng’s intention to seek asylum due to concerns for his safety if deported to China are deeply troubling.

We must remember that the principle of asylum exists to safeguard individuals who face persecution or harm in their home countries.

It is crucial that we uphold this principle and ensure that Mr. Feng is afforded a fair opportunity to present his case and seek the protection he desperately needs.

Considering the circumstances that led to Mr. Feng’s regrettable actions, as revealed in court documents citing harsh working conditions, abuse, and low wages, it becomes evident that his situation merits careful examination.

It is not our place to condone his actions, but rather to acknowledge the underlying factors that may have influenced his decisions.

In light of these circumstances, it is essential for the authorities to approach Mr. Feng’s asylum request with compassion and empathy.

They must thoroughly evaluate the risks he would face if he were to be returned to China. The principle of non-refoulement, which prohibits the return of individuals to a place where they may encounter persecution or harm, should guide the decision-making process.

Granting Mr. Feng asylum would be an act of upholding human rights and demonstrating our commitment to justice and compassion.

By doing so, we not only provide him with a chance to rebuild his life but also send a strong message that we stand firmly against any form of persecution or harm.

I urge the relevant authorities to exercise their discretion wisely and expedite the process of determining Mr. Feng’s asylum status.

It is our duty as a society to ensure that justice is served, and that includes protecting the vulnerable and recognizing the unique circumstances that may warrant granting asylum.

In conclusion, I wholeheartedly support the granting of asylum to Tianzhao ‘Alex’ Feng.

I implore the authorities to consider the significance of their decision and the potential impact it can have on the life of an individual who seeks refuge from persecution.

Let us demonstrate our commitment to humanitarian values and provide Mr. Feng with the opportunity to rebuild his life in a safe and secure environment.

Thank you for your attention to this pressing matter.


By Grace Parchment








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  1. Thank you writer. Alex deserves all that and more ❤️ 😍 💖 ❣️ 💕 💘 🔥

    Sexy Alex….ooooooh baby

  2. Where was this support for the Africans? Plenty people mek noise, talking about we should send them back to Africa because they are criminals. “Alex” burn down a whole supermarket and put Antiguan workers out of bread and Grace Parchment asking for asylum for him. So he going back to China and fear over safety is any worse than the Africans returning to war and violence?

    Long time me know black Antiguans hate blackness. Easy to ask for forgiveness for a criminal China man, but no such thing for Black Africans.

    Grace Parchment, you ah wan hypocrite!

    • The “Black Africans” look like us and we self-hate. Plus they say familiarity breeds contempt! Alex lightskin

      No political gain/desperation for the UPP here

      • How much money were the Kidnappers asking to turn him over to them so that he would leave the country without our knowledge? They have been caught again. Alex didn’t get the chance to go on a rendezvous with some young female.

    • Not that I don’t support Asylum for any fearing persecution, BUT this point that you made was so bang on.

    • You are so correct. The Africans need our sympathies because they are innocent but those who smuggled them here should be in prison on remand.

  3. There are better ways to talk about working conditions, setting fire is not one of them. Send him back and deal with the next person. Let his own country’s deal with him

    • You really think that Chinese in communist China sit down and talk “working conditions” with their staff and especially so with the ones that are doing slave labour…NO, they don’t! Chinese appear to solve a person problem by the process of intimidation, indefinite incarceration including torture and/or elimination! Don’t forget that credible word said Alex was savagely beaten for having a relationship with a local (black) person. IMO Alex should get asylum and if necessary go to another island in case those crows in their hideous fortress decide to come out and capture him for re-enslavement or worse.

  4. Asylum, my big toe! Send this cretin back to China with the other criminals. Antigua for Antiguans!

  5. @Bolans Vere – My thought exactly. It would be interesting to see if the CCP would “allow” the govt to grant him asylum though

  6. Antigua’s judges, police, immigration services are throughly corrupt equal with ALP.

    The Chinese arsonist committed a serious crime and expect to get asylum when in fact he should be on a flight to Beijing as a deportee and never to be allowed to enter our shores again.

    The Arsonists would never consider carrying out crime serious or minor on China because he would know what the outcome would be and it certainly would not be leanancy, why should he expect Antigua should be a light touch.

    Antiguans could not commit such a crime in China and expect to see the light of day at best. Therefore, the Judge should order him out , immigration should execute the order. He does not deserved to become a citizen of Antigua. He is abusing the Asylum treaty and should not be allowed to get away with it. He should be deported.

    Chinese have been allowed under ALP to run a mock in Antigua and they should be stopped. Few months ago I witnessed a Chinese who parked an open back truck in Point with a big black water drum. He connected a hose pipe to the pipe and was filling the drum. Before I challenged the scamp a police vehicle was driving by and it was flagged down, one of the officers ordered him to disconnect the hose pipe. A resident whose home is opposite the pipe said he fills his tank every night. I later understand he has been running the water scam for ages, what he has been doing is using water that supposed be for locals, he bottled the water and selling to Antiguans. It cannot get any more brazen than that. Courtesy of ALP.

  7. And the CBH one go wan funeral two years ago wit he shoes heel ah drop arf & had to deliver the Eulogy!

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