Hada (L) shares a meal with son Uiles (C) and wife Xinna (R) in a file photo.
Chinese authorities in Inner Mongolia have refused an application by ethnic Mongolian dissident Hada and his son for a passport, to travel overseas to seek medical attention, he told RFA on Thursday. Continue reading
Netizens at an Internet cafe in China’s Zhejiang province, Nov. 2, 2012.
Tough new regulations requiring online publishers to attend “chats” with officials Continue reading
By Humanitarian China and China Change, published: April 26, 2015
Humanitarian China will match your donation, as it did in the Ilham Tohti drive, and send twice as much as it receives to the family of Gao Yu.
Chinese journalist Gao Yu, who served a seven-yearss prison sentence for disclosing “state secrets”, addresses a press conference in Hong Kong, 05 February 2007. International PEN held a meeting 2-5 February 2007 of writers from mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan along with writers from other countries to discuss literature and free expression. AFP PHOTO/MIKE CLARKE
A file photo of Chinese journalist Gao Yu speaking at a press conference in Hong Kong. AFP via RFA http://www.rfa.org/english/commentaries/baotong/detention-03302015110907.html
On April 17, Beijing Municipal Third Intermediary People’s Court sentenced 71-year-old independent Chinese Continue reading
Activists gather to honor Lin Zhao in Suzhou, April 28, 2015.
Photo courtesy of an activist
Activists from across China converged on the eastern city of Suzhou on Tuesday to Continue reading
Birth date 1980-11-23
Birth place Xinyu City, Jiangxi Province
Resident place Beijing City Continue reading
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Ye Xiaozheng displays a banner saying ‘Protesting for Freedom’ in a photo posted to social media.
Photo courtesy of CHRD
The wife of an online activist detained for subversion in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong after Continue reading
Xiong Yan (L) and Chai Ling (R) in a Tiananmen discussion hosted by RFA’s Mandarin service, June 4, 2010.
Former Tiananmen student protest leader Xiong Yan was briefly detained at Hong Kong’s border with China on Thursday before being put on a flight back to the United States, as authorities thwarted an attempt to visit his terminally ill mother, friends and supporters told RFA’s Mandarin Service. Continue reading
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 look set to move ahead with the subversion trial of the “Guangzhou Three” rights lawyers next month, Continue reading