My boss looked at me seriously and said, “Falun Dafa practitioners are indeed different. If everyone practiced Falun Dafa, the world would be a better place.”
Gao’s sister had suffered greatly following her brother’s most recent “disappearance” three years ago, and had suffered from insomnia and depression, Geng wrote.
Dissident Liu Sifang, who fled China after a nationwide crackdown on activists led by police in the eastern province of Shandong, says his family is being harassed by authorities back home after being prevented from joining him.
NTD Newsroom Li Wenzu, the wife of Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang, peered into the door peephole of her apartment in Beijing, one hand grabbing the door handle, the other holding on to the wall to keep her balance. Wang was recently freed after serving a 4.5-year sentence on charges of “subverting state power”—a […]
Joyce Huang | Voice of America One day after his release from prison, Chinese rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang told friends that he is being watched by state agents — fueling calls at home and abroad for China to stop using the pandemic as an excuse to extend his incarceration. The European Union said, in a press […]
<!–[CDATA[ Eva Fu | New Tang Dynasty A college student in China has gone incommunicado after he publicly called for the country’s ruling Communist Party to relinquish power. “Down with the Communist Party,” Zhang Wenbin, a college senior and programmer from China’s northeastern Shandong Province, said in a March 30 video on Twitter, a platform blocked in […]
<!–[CDATA[ Man Hoi-tsan and Lu Xi | Radio Free Asia Three United Nations human rights experts have expressed “grave concern” over the fate of three human rights lawyers forcibly disappeared by the Chinese authorities after attending an informal meeting of dissidents in the southeastern port city of Xiamen in December. Ding Jiaxi, Zhang Zhongshun, and Dai Zhenya are currently […]
Oiwan Lam | Global Voices The website of Tencent Dajia and its WeChat public account disappeared from the internet Tencent Dajia, (also called We Tencent – 騰訊大家), a popular online media outlet posting high-quality commentary, suddenly vanished from the Chinese internet after it published an article headlined “The 50 days of Wuhan pneumonia: Chinese people […]
Yaxue Cao | China Change This article was first published in China Change website on January 27, 2020 Last month, on December 7 and 8, around 20 Chinese men and women from around the country gathered in the southeastern city of Xiamen. Among them were lawyers and those of other professions. They met in a […]
Ng Yik-tung and Sing Man | Radio Free Asia Cui Haoxin, who writes under the pen name An Ran, is being held under criminal detention for ‘picking quarrels and stirring up trouble.’ Authorities in the eastern province of Shandong have detained a Hui Muslim poet and author after he tweeted about the incarceration, surveillance, and […]