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Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that on February 8, 2013, Shanghai petitioner Mao Hengfeng (毛恒凤) , who was ordered to serve one year-and-a-half of Reeducation-Through-Labor (RTL), was released from the Yangpu District Detention Center to serve her RTL at home. She had been held at the...
The husband of Shanghai rights activist Mao Hengfeng (毛恒凤) told Human Rights in China (HRIC) that he has not been allowed to visit or contact Mao since she was first detained on September 30, 2012, and is deeply concerned about her condition. Wu Xuewei (吴雪伟), Mao’s husband, said on January 31, “I...
On December 28, 2012, Wu Xuewei (吴雪伟) submitted this request (Chinese only) to the Shanghai Municipal People’s Procuratorate to investigate officials of the Shanghai Municipal Committee on the Administration of Reeducation-Through-Labor for abuse of power in unlawfully depriving Wu of his right to...
On December 28, 2012, Wu Xuewei (吴雪伟) submitted this request (Chinese only) to the Shanghai Municipal People’s Congress and Standing Committee to discipline the Shanghai Municipal Committee on the Administration of Reeducation-Through-Labor for unlawfully depriving Wu of his right to visit his wife...
This application for administrative review (Chinese only) was submitted to the Shanghai Municipal Committee on the Administration of Reeducation-Through-Labor by Wu Xuewei (吴雪伟), requesting that the decision ordering his wife, Shanghai activist Mao Hengfeng (毛恒凤), to Reeducation-Through-Labor be...
This application for medical parole (Chinese only) for Shanghai activist Mao Hengfeng (毛恒凤) was submitted by Mao's husband Wu Xuewei (吴雪伟) to the Shanghai Municipal Committee on the Administration of Reeducation-Through-Labor on December 27, 2012.
On October 30, 2012, the Shanghai Municipal Bureau for the Administration of Reeducation-Through-Labor issued this Notice of Execution of Reeducation-Through-Labor for Shanghai activist Mao Hengfeng (毛恒凤).
On October 31, 2012, the Yangpu District Detention Center in Shanghai issued this Certificate of Release which released Shanghai rights defender Mao Hengfeng (毛恒凤) from detention.
The decision (Chinese only) orders Shanghainese petitioner Mao Hengfeng (毛恒凤) to serve one year and six months of Reeducation-Through-Labor for "disrupting social order.” The Committee cites as reason Mao’s participation in public activities in Shanghai on January 5 and July 1, 2012, that...
On September 30, 2012, Shanghainese rights defender and petitioner Mao Hengfeng (毛恒凤) was intercepted and returned to Shanghai. She was subsequently criminally detained on suspicion of "gathering a crowd to disturb public order." She is currently held at the Yangpu District Detention Center.

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