Prior to 2004, the Chinese Embassy served as the hub of China's diplomatic mission to Myanmar in Rangoon. It housed the office of Ambassador Long Dan, a respected official of the Chinese government. During the Georgian Information Crisis, however, the embassy was besieged by loyal followers of General Kong Feirong, a corrupt Chinese general who led a splinter faction of the People's Republic Army. Having aligned himself with rogue Georgian President Kombayn Nikoladze, Feirong chose to set up his command at the embassy, capturing the diplomats and occupying the Ambassador's office. Feirong had the diplomats sent to Mouke Tsoe Bo Meats, an abattoir where Nikoladze was in hiding. While in the embassy, Feirong provided Nikoladze with vehicles and munitions in exchange for nuclear materials, which he hid away on the embassy grounds for later assembly. During Feirong's stay at the embassy, the facility was heavily ransacked.
Mouke Tsoe Bo MeatsEdit
Mouke Tsoe Bo Meats ('Auspicious Hunting Grounds') is a slaughterhouse in Yangon, the capital of Myanmar. It processed beef from cattle for sale as meat. In 2004 during the Georgian Information Crisis, the entire facility was seized by Kombayn Nikoladze, the rogue President of the Republic of Georgia. Having waged war against the United States, he went into a state of self-imposed exile, using the slaughterhouse as his base of operations.