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Stockholm: Chinese pro-democracy activist Xu Youyu, who was among key signatories of a 2008 manifesto seeking sweeping political reforms in China, was awarded Sweden`s Olof Palme human rights prize on Tuesday. Continue reading
Birth date 1947
Birth place Chengdu City, Sichuan Province
Resident place Beijing City Continue reading
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By Teng Biao, published: June 22, 2014
June 4th has passed, but the arrests continue, and every day brings bad news from China. While scholar Xu Youyu, artist Chen Guang and others have been released “on probation,” Continue reading
Pu Zhiqiang (front right) attends a seminar about the Tiananmen crackdown in Beijing, May 3, 2014.
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Compiled by HRIC based on published reports and information available online. Last updated on May 22, 2014.
Taken into temporary custody—Zan Aizong (昝爱宗), writer, Hangzhou, on suspicion of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble” (寻衅滋事). Released after a half-day in detention. Continue reading
May 29, 2014 • 10:20 pm
Updated 29 May 2014
Two months before the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre, authorities in China began detaining, disappearing, questioning, and intimidating Chinese dissidents, human rights lawyers and activists, journalists, and others. Many of the targeted individuals took part in the pro-democracy demonstrations in the spring of 1989. Continue reading
published: May 24, 2014
In late 2012, on behalf of the Louis Green Lecture committee of Monash University, I invited Professor Xu Youyu, who I had never met before, to fly to Australia to deliver a public lecture. My recommendation of Prof Xu to the Committee was simply out of profound admiration for Continue reading
By Heather Timmons @HeathaT May 12, 2014
Nearly half these people are in custody</strong>. Back, L to R: Hao Jian, Cui Weiping, Liu Di, Liang Xiaoyan, Hu Shigen, Li Xuewen, and Guo Yuhua. Front: Zhou Fan, Xu Youyu, Zhang Xianling, Qin Hui, Ye Fu, and Pu Zhiqiang.ChinaChange.org
This article was last updated on May 14 at 1:00 PM in Hong Kong.
Ahead of the 25th anniversary of the Chinese government’s deadly June 4, 1989 crackdown on student protests in Tiananmen Square, Beijing is casting a wide net to round up would-be agitators.