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239. WANG YI

Panname                Wang Shuya

Sex                              Male

Birth date                1973-06-01

Birth place              Santai County, Sichuan Province Continue reading

224. HUANG WENXUN (Released)

Huang Wenxun1Penname                Huangzi

Sex                              Male

Birth date                1990-02-16

Birth place             Boluo County, Huizhou City, Guangdong Province Continue reading

171. YUAN CHAOYANG (Released)

Yuan-ChaoyangPen name                  YUAN Xinting

Sex                                 Male

Birth date                  1971-05-06

Birth place                Suining County, Sichuan Province

Resident place         Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province Continue reading

China detains legal activist on suspicion of subversion

Pro-democracy demonstrators hold up portraits of Chinese disbarred lawyer Jiang Tianyong, demanding his release, during a demonstration outside the Chinese liaison office in Hong Kong, China December 23, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Pro-democracy demonstrators hold up portraits of Chinese disbarred lawyer Jiang Tianyong, demanding his release, during a demonstration outside the Chinese liaison office in Hong Kong, China December 23, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Chinese authorities have confirmed prominent legal activist Jiang Tianyong has been detained on suspicion of inciting subversion of state power, his lawyer said on Friday, setting the stage for possible formal charges. Continue reading

Online activist Sun Feng sentenced

sun-feng1Last week, a court in the eastern province of Shandong handed a five-year jail term to online activist Sun Feng after holding him in pretrial detention for two years, rights activists said. Continue reading

Chinese Court Refuses Medical Parole For Women’s Rights Activist Held For Two Years

Su Changlan

Guangdong rights activist Su Changlan in an undated file photo. Photo courtesy of HRCChina.org

Authorities in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong have refused a request for medical parole made by the husband of a prominent women’s rights activist who voiced public support for the 2014 pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong, amid growing fears for her health. Continue reading