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By Emilia Jiang For Mailonline. The incident was brought to light after Xiao Ni contacted the police officers in the city of Hangzhou of eastern Chinese province Zhejiang. Xiao Ni, who is in her early 20s, had been sharing the dormitory with her colleague, identified as Xiao Jia, according to the police report. In June, Xiao Jia got married and moved out of the dormitory to live with her husband, known by his last name Sheng. Since living alone, Xiao Ni had kept her room unlocked during the day because she knew everyone in the compound and felt safe, the woman told the police. On the evening of July 23, Xiao Ni was showering in her bathroom when she noticed a small black stick falling on the floor.