Long Li is a young man of 18 years during two years, between 14 and 16, suffered bullying and virtual and that we should "externalize the problem" because if not, silence "consumes you" .
The online harassment of this young man, who lives in Girona, started from the network Ask.fm, where in a wall, "you expose yourself to questions from anonymous people", explained during the presentation of the study that Save The Children has developed cyber-bullying, according to which eight out of every ten young catalans between the ages of 18 and 22 years claim to have suffered some type of violence "online" when they were under age.
There, " hidden behind the anonymity started with insults for my chinese origin", it has been reported. "I was tortured and I was wondering: "What's wrong with being chinese?"".
After an initial stage of solitude and low self-esteem, "in which you don't know how to act and you are self-conscious, I reacted explosively" and "instead of being silent, I started to respond to insults and, even, I progressed to them", he remembered this young man.
"In the network I called it "eats dogs" , and I, in a humorous, wrote, "look, a rotwailer, what hunger"" with what "desmotaba the arguments and clichés that they used to laugh at me," he said.
One of the reactions to the harassment of Long Li has been become active in social networks, with which the young man has created the account on instagram @long_lixue, that exceeds 23,000 followers.
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