Monthly Archives: 9 月 2016

China Postpones Activist’s Subversion Trial, Wife Still Missing

Chinese democracy activist Qin Yongmin and wife Zhao Suli

Chinese democracy activist Qin Yongmin and wife Zhao Suli are shown in a photo from October 2013. Photo courtesy of

Authorities in the central Chinese city of Wuhan once more prolonged the pretrial detention of a veteran democracy activist for subversion on Thursday amid growing concerns over the safety of his ‘disappeared’ wife. Continue reading

China Detains, Questions Activists Over Wukan Foreign Media Reports


People with land disputes in Chongqing, China show solidarity with protesting villagers in Wukan, Sept. 17, 2016. RFA

Authorities in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong have jailed one activist and questioned another for “spreading rumors” over a recent crackdown by riot police in the rebel village of Wukan following weeks of protests. Continue reading

Exiled Chinese Writer’s New Novel Penned in Secret While in Prison


Chinese dissident writer Liao Yiwu (aka Lao Wei) during the promotion of his book “In the Empire of Darkness,” a testimony of four years spent in Chinese prisons, in Paris, Jan.16, 2013. AFP

Exiled Chinese writer Liao Yiwu, who was once jailed for writing a poem commemorating the victims of the 1989 Tiananmen massacre, has published a novel in German based on a harrowing prison memoir penned on cheap paper during four years behind bars. Continue reading

China Detains Woman for Posting News on Wukan Crackdown


Portrait of jailed Wukan village chief Lin Zuluan is displayed by protesters demanding the release of Lin outside China Liaison Office in Hong Kong, China, Sept. 14, 2016.

Police in China’s southern Guangdong province are detaining citizens for posting information and news reports about a government crackdown on protesters in the small fishing village of Wukan. Continue reading

195. LIANG QINHUI (released)

Liang QinhuiPen name                Jiandao (Dagger)
Sex                               Male

Birth date                1983-10-03

Birth place              Lanshan County, Hunan Province

Resident place       Haizhun District, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province

Education                 Middel school Continue reading

‘My Brother’s Spirit Seemed Broken’


Zhu Xiaoyan, sister of imprisoned democracy activist Zhu Yufu, calls on supporters overseas to pay attention to his case. RFA

Zhu Xiaoyan is the U.S.-based sister of veteran jailed democracy activist Zhu Yufu, who was handed a seven-year jail term for subversion by a court in the eastern city of Hangzhou after he penned a poem calling on people to vote with their feet. She spoke at a recent event in San Francisco about her brother, who wrote the poem titled “It is Time” during online calls for ‘Jasmine’ rallies inspired by protests in the Middle East in early 2011. Continue reading

139. GANGKYE DRUBPA KYAB (released)

GANGKYE DRUBPA KYABPen name                Gang Mai Da

Sex                              Male

Birth date                1979

Birth place              Seda County, Sichuan Province

Resident place         Seda County, Sichuan Province Continue reading

Tibetan Writer Released From Prison One Year Before Sentence Ends


Gangkye Drubpa Kyab is greeted by supporters following his release from prison, Sept. 16, 2016. Photo sent by an RFA listener

A popular Tibetan writer jailed for over four years in southwestern China’s Sichuan province for criticizing Chinese rule has been released a year before the end of his term, a local source said. Continue reading