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Webster announces death of Beijing Language and Cultural University representative
On Oct. 7, police informed Webster University of Qiang “David” Liu’s death.
This morning, Webster University’s Chancellor and President released a statement on the death of Qiang “David” Liu. Liu worked as a representative at the Confucius Institute’s Beijing Language and Cultural University.
According to a report from the St. Louis Post Dispatch, Liu also served as an ex officio member at the Confucius Institute’s board. The report also noted Liu died after a police search of his home. However, the report did not include the cause of Liu’s death.
Police were searching Liu’s home during a child pornography investigation. Webster University’s statement added that the university does not believe the investigation or Liu’s death is connected to the university in any way.
Webster University’s statement read:
This is a developing situation. The Journal will continue to update the community as new information becomes available.