Published: November 17, 2015
China claims that it doesn’t have any political prisoners, but in a broad sense all of those who have been jailed or imprisoned for challenging the Chinese Communist Party on behalf of human rights or political justice ought to be considered China’s political prisoners. Before the policy of “reform and opening up” in 1979, counterrevolutionaries and other political prisoners were put under strict guard and treated worse than other criminals, and it was common in those days Continue reading
FILE – A security guard stands near an electronic screen featuring a map of China and Chinese characters that read, “Tibet has been an inalienable part of the Chinese territory since ancient times,” in Beijing.
July 23, 2015 1:49 PM
WASHINGTON—Five days after well-known Tibetan P
Tenzin Delek Rinpoche died in prison in Sichuan province, another Tibetan died while serving a two-year sentence near Lhasa, his family tells VOA.
Sonam Wangchuk, says his father-in-law, environmental activist Lobsang Yeshi Continue reading
Welcome to organize your own campaign to send out greeting cards to the prisoners using these address labels (30 addresses/page, Continue reading