- Jin Yut Lew recently woke up from his coma after being brutally beaten and “left for dead” near Chinatown in Chicago on April 7.
- The Chinese father was transferred to a long-term care center, according to his family.
- While his memory and speech are not back, Lew can now follow commands with his hands and respond to some questions with head nods.
- The victim was previously diagnosed with severe brain trauma and underwent brain surgeries after he was carjacked, robbed and brutally beaten in the head with a blunt object.
- No arrests in relation to the assault have been made. The Cook County Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward to anyone with information leading to the arrest of the suspect.
A father who was brutally beaten and “left for dead” near Chinatown in Chicago last month recently woke up from his coma.
Jin Yut Lew was transferred to a long-term care center, according to his family.
A man in central China was sentenced to 18 months in prison after exacting revenge on a former teacher who allegedly beat him in class.
Chang Renyao, 33, was found guilty of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble,” a vague crime often invoked to shut activists, according to Sixth Tone.
An arrest has been made in connection to the brutal beating of a beloved elderly grandmother from the Visitacion Valley neighborhood of San Francisco.
Earlier this month, 88-year-old Yik Oi Huang was left in critical condition after being mercilessly beaten by her attacker at a local park. The victim sustained a shattered face along with a broken spine, hand and ribs.
A couple in eastern China has ignited a debate on social media after brutally punishing their son and posting the video online as a warning to other children.
In the video, the father from Taixing, Jiangsu province can be seen hitting his son on the back and buttocks with a bamboo stick.
Not just brides, but grooms, too, can be targeted by the ruthless “wedding prank” tradition in China.
Take this guy, for instance, who got whipped by his friends and family members before they literally poured salt into his open wounds – taking the saying “rub salt into the wound” a bit too far.
A group of uncivilized diners beat a waitress and hit her with cups and plates because their food reportedly arrived too slowly at their table.
According to Beijing News, the incident on Feb. 25 took place at Tianxiake Chinese Restaurant in Hengyang, Hunan Province, southern China.
A mother in China unexpectedly killed her 9-year-old son after beating him for five hours just because he lost her phone.
According to local reports, the boy, nicknamed Ming Ming, was strapped to a chair and beaten with a wooden rod from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Jan. 5.
A Dalit man was pronounced dead upon arrival after he was brutally beaten while watching people dance at the Hindu festival of Dussehra in Gujarat, western India, on Sunday at around 4:00 a.m.
The victim was identified as Jayesh Solanki, 21, who attended the festival along with his cousins to watch the performance, according to the BBC.
An angry man in China humiliated his father’s mistress by physically attacking her while a crowd passively watched the shocking scene unfold.
The public beatdown occurred in Henan province, a day before the Chinese Valentine’s Day.
A male socialite from Thailand has sparked massive outrage from netizens after allegedly beating up his pregnant girlfriend on July 22.
The 23-year-old victim, identified as Yodwadee Junsupong, was covered in blood when she filed charges against her boyfriend of seven months, Chonlawit Hiranchatchawan, at the Sai Mai police station in Bangkok.
A drunk teacher at a municipal elementary school in Japan made an unannounced late night “house call” to a pupil’s home last month and gave the child a surprise beating.
Following the incident, Osaka City Board of Education suspended the unnamed 38-year-old who serves as the head teacher of an elementary school in Osaka’s Minato Ward, reports SoraNews24.
A middle-aged woman was beaten down by an angry mob after she attempted to abduct a 2-year-old child in a stroller in broad daylight on Sunday afternoon in Chengdu, China.
The woman suddenly walked up to a mother pushing her baby in the stroller around the neighborhood and an ensuing struggle between the two was caught on surveillance camera, according to Shanghaiist.