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Interview: ‘They Humiliate You, And Treat You Like Animals, Worse Than a Dog’

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Wang Qingying (R) is shown following his release from prison. Photo courtesy of Xi Sen

A rights activist, one of the Guangzhou Three, recently released from prison in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong, says he is having trouble returning to normal life, detailing ongoing restrictions on his movements and a lack of income. Wang Qingying, who was sentenced on Jan. 29, 2016 by the Intermediate People’s Court in Guangdong’s provincial capital Guangzhou alongside Tang Jingling and Yuan Xinting, spoke to RFA following his release at the end of his two-and-a-half year sentence, most of which was served in pretrial detention: Continue reading

‘I Was Tortured in Detention’: Released Guangzhou Three Activist

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Tang Jingling, a top human rights lawyer in Guangzhou, and his wife Wang Yanfang in an undated photo. (Photo courtesy of Wang Yanfang.)

A rights activist recently released from prison in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong has described being shackled to a single spot and denied food and water during his incarceration. Continue reading

117. TANG JINGLING

Tang Jingling Sex                               Male

 Birth date                1971-12-15

Birth place              Jiangling County, Hubei Province

Resident place         Shatai road, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province Continue reading

‘China’s Gandhi’ Jailed For Five Years in Guangzhou Three Verdict

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Guangzhou rights lawyer Tang Jingling in an undated photo. (Photo courtesy of a family member.)

Authorities in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong on Friday handed down jail terms of up to five years to the “Guangzhou Three” rights activists for subversion, after they sought to launch a civil disobedience campaign to protect human rights. Continue reading

Biographies of Lawyers, Staffers and Activists Detained or Disappeared in the July 10 Nationwide Raid Against Rights Lawyers

By China Change, published: July 23, 2015.

Chinese government has been reining in rights lawyers, a group of law practitioners passionate about seeking social justice by fighting a judicial system riddled with injustices. On July 10, China astounded the world by arresting dozens of them (some were released later). Over 200 more in 24 provinces have since been summoned for questioning. Below are short biographies of those who have remained in custody or forced disappearance.

13 Lawyers and Staffers

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WANG YU. CREDIT: AFP

Wang Yu (王宇), age 44, is from Ulanhot, Inner Mongolia. She graduated with a degree in law from China University of Political Science and Law in 1994 and at the time of her Continue reading

Former Teacher Tells Court of Torture as Guangzhou Three Subversion Trial Ends

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Authorities in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong on Friday wrapped up the trial of the “Guangzhou Three” rights activists after some vigorous arguments by the defense prompted two recesses.

Rights lawyer Tang Jingling, former teacher Wang Qingying, and writer-activist Yuan Xinting, Continue reading

Activists Warned Off Attending Subversion Trial of ‘Guangzhou Three’

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Tang Jingling, a top human rights lawyer in Guangzhou, and his wife Wang Yanfang in an undated photo.
(Photo courtesy of Wang Yanfang.)

Authorities in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong have placed a number of rights activists under surveillance, issuing warnings not to try to attend the continued subversion trial of the “Guangzhou Three” activists later this week, activists and lawyers said on Wednesday.

Rights lawyer Tang Jingling, former teacher Wang Qingying, Continue reading

Chinese Court Pulls Plug on Activists’ Subversion Trial Amid Procedural Dispute With Defense

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Authorities in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong called off the trial of three prominent rights activists after they dismissed their defense team amid a procedural dispute with Continue reading