In a subsequent replace at 4.13pm, she tweeted that cops had gone to the place she was.
“I’m okay however I gained’t have entry to my comms units within the meantime,” the tweet stated.
The following day at 6am, she posted one other tweet saying that she had made the choice to go to the embassy after “studying/listening to all of the cruelty and infringe (sic) on fundamental human rights in China”.
Over the weekend,in a number of cities in China, together with Shanghai and Beijing, over harsh COVID-19 guidelines and a lethal hearth in Xinjiang that was linked to the enforcement of such guidelines.
Police reminded members of the general public that organising or taking part in a public meeting and not using a police allow is an offence below the Public Order Act.
“Individually, the Police have acquired queries about foreigners in Singapore advocating for causes referring to points in China via for instance the show of posters,” it added.
“Foreigners visiting, working or residing in Singapore shouldn’t import the politics of their nations into Singapore, and are reminded to abide by our legal guidelines.”