外文标题：Bangalore reaches out to help Chinese woman
BANGALORE: Here's something for Bangalore to feel proud of. Wang Ling, a 39-year-old Chinese woman, found dishevelled and dazed on March 9 on Residency Road, was not only rescued but also treated for depression before being restored to her parents in her homeland.
Everyone who came across Wang” unidentified citizens, police, personnel of a rehabilitation home, NGOs and doctors in Nimhans ” played a role in unveiling Bangalore's humane face. Wang, who maintained silence through her over three-month stay here, was diagnosed with a rare psychiatric disorder called Selective Mutism. Here patients can speak but are unable to do so in given situations or to specific people.
"It's a rare disorder. I have not seen such a case in adults. Wang's mutism resulted in her difficulty in communicating with people here. She spoke only Mandarin," said Dr John P John, additional professor of psychiatry in Nimhans , where she was treated from March 21 to June 4.
Wang refused to eat, rendering her anemic. "She was given vitamin and protein supplements through nasal tube," said Dr John.
Wang was treated by Dr Senthil Kumar Reddy, assistant professor of psychiatry , Nimhans. "She recovered significantly and was sent back to her hometown with the help of the Chinese embassy on June 4," said Dr P Satishchandra , director, Nimhans.
"We don't know why she came here. She had gone for a check-up at an eye clinic on Mahaveer Jain Road. A receipt for Rs 250 was found in her bag," police said. A mobile phone on her had vanished. B R Ravi Kanthe Gowda, DCP, Bangalore Central, said, "We're probing where she was in Bangalore from March 7 to."
对王玲进行治疗的是研究所的精神病学助理教授Senthil Kumar。该研究所的主任P Satishchandra说：“她恢复效果明显，于6月4日在中国大使馆的帮助之下被送回家乡。”
How was she found?
Wang , whose antecedents are not known, landed in Bangalore on March 7. She had come to Delhi on a valid visa. Seen walking aimlessly on Residency Road, she was brought by public to Ashoknagar police station two days later. "She did not respond to us. We sent her to Sweekruti Kendra, a rehabilitation centre," said sub-inspector Chandrakala. Till March 19, Wang stayed at the Kendra. "She refused to take Indian food and lived only on water and the oats she had with her. She lived with 24 other inmates but was silent throughout. We took her to Nimhans," said a senior Kendra official.
Wang carried no clothes, apart from ones she wore, and a Yoga book. "But she had over 5 kg of tissue papers and a blanket. She asked in English only about her passport," the official said. Wang communicated at the Kendra only with a Nepali lady, said doctors.
there is an urgent need to highlight such humane face of every city in India whenever it surfaces to out shine the otherwise everyday barbaric incidents. Let us civilize India.
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That was very nice of the Bangaloreans, but then the authorities, should look into the part how did this lady came to bangalore and why, Chinese after cannot be trusted. I am not talking of the lady, but the Chinese Government for all that we know that lady could have been a spy.
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Swaroop K B (Bangalore)
She might be a SPY!! But thanks to Bangalore for the care and dignity.....
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The difference between Bangalore and any other city in the north....The northies would have raped and slit her throat....:/.....
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Hopefully this investigation should not run for decades
thanks India for not raping her!
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Shree Sri (tunbridge wells)
Great job ,... Hats Off Bangaloreans...
KANNADIGA - BANGALORE (CAMP - CANADA )
WHETHER CHINESE ,PAKISTANI,OR BANGLA,THE PEOPLE WHO ARE IN ANY SIDE OF GLOBE MUST KNOW THAT BANGALOREANS ,IN PARTICULARLY KANNADIGAS ARE KNOWN FOR THEIR ' HUMANE ' CULTURE . NO ONE CAN DISPUTE ON THIS ISSUE.AND WE ARE PROUD TO SAY THIS. MOST OFTEN PEOPLE TAKE UNDUE ADVANTAGE OF OUR ATTITUDE. HOWEVER,IN THIS CASE POLICE MUST PROBE DEEPLY BY PROPER VERIFICATION THROUGH CHINESE EMBASSY BY SCRUTINISING HER PASSPORT THE GENIUINE NESS .
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