Provincial cities of Inner Mongolia such as Hohhot, Tongliao, Chifeng, alongside Xilingele, Blue Banner and Xiwu Banner tribes are under CCP' martial law. Internet access is blocked in the capital Hohhot. Transportation is suspended in some regions and school students in Blue Banner tribe are forced to stay at school over the weekend.
Colleges are tightly watched by armed police and have no access to other venues and Internet.
Netizens at Inner Mongolia University said about a new rule, "Get back soon after finishing the exam." Plainclothes police are on campus, Internet is cut off, students ID cards are checked in and out of campus. Riot police is settled in Mongolian colleges.
Ethnic Mongolians in North America and Europe go on public protests, supported by other ethnicities, like Zang, Wei, Han, etc. They call for legal rights of ethnic Mongolians in China.
South Mongolian human rights information center assembled on May 30 on Amsterdam's Dam Square, distributing flyers in protest of CCP's policies on Inner Mongolia and the pastoralists. Participants included exiled ethnic Mongolians Zang, Wei, Han.
Ethnic Mongolians in New York and Washington sat in protest at the Chinese embassy on May 29, asking for an unbiased trial on Mr. Mo's case, and calling on CCP to respect them.
On May 27, Amnesty International published an article, "China Urged to Exercise Restraint Over Inner Mongolia Protests," asking CCP to respect the legal rights of protestors.
Exiled president of Inner Mongolia Rights League in Germany, Xi Haiming, said that Mr. Mo's case is just the tip of the iceberg of CCP destroying grassland and wrecking ethnic Mongolian families.
Xi Haiming: "There were two stages in CCP's seize of Mongolia territory. In Mao's time, CCP reclaimed wasteland for farming over animal husbandry; in Deng Xiaoping's time, CCP deprived their lands through mining industry."
With demonstrations occurring in Inner Mongolia, local herdsmen and 2000 students are calling for punishment of the truck driver who killed Mo. The protest is now spreading around the world.
From May 27, CCP tightened its grip and imposed martial law within Xilin Gele, with military forces placed on streets and around government buildings.
NTD reporters Zhao Xinzhi and Zhou Xinyi