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An essay by a member of the Guizhou Human Rights Symposium on Chen Xi’s (陈西) arrest and charge of endangering national security for publishing essays online supporting human rights. Mi states that as freedom of expression is protected by the China’s Constitution, and that what the authorities did...
A profile of Zuo Xiaohuan (左晓环) , a Sichuan rights activist, written by fellow activist Huang Xiaoming. Zuo was detained by the Mianyang Municipal Public Security Bureau on May 28, 2010, and formally arrested on November 19, 2010, both on suspicion of inciting subversion of state power. Eighteen...
This appeal (CH), by Zhang Shanguang ( 张善光) of the Hunan Citizens online forum , to the Shaoyang government to provide redress and social benefits to Li Wangyang (李旺阳), who was imprisoned for 21 years for political reasons. The appeal gives the account of Li Wangyang, a worker-leader in the 1989...
[Feng Zhenghu] In this article (CH), the Shanghai-based rights activist and law educator Feng Zhenghu (冯正虎) explains the importance of a citizen’s right to file a legal case and the urgency of the fight for this right. In early 2011, Feng complied and published “ I Want to File a Complaint: A...
[Luo Yongquan] Domestic security officers ordered Luo, a dissident, not to leave the city of Nanxiong, Guangdong, and forced him to return a train ticket he had already purchased for a trip to Zhuhai in order to find work.
Xu Shunmei (徐顺妹) , a petitioner from Changzhou, Jiangsu Province, had attempted to petition in Beijing to reveal the seizure of her village’s land by local government through the collusion between local government officials and businesses. She recounts in this video, which is in Chinese, her...
[Feng Zhenghu] The noted Shanghai-based rights defender had his home searched again and was summoned by the police for interrogation on suspicion of “deliberately disturbing the social order by other means.” The police took away a computer, the 11th of Feng’s computers confiscated in police...
A self-published memoir of a decade-long struggle to recover family home and possessions. [IN CHINESE]
On June 3, the Nanhai District People’s Court in Guandong held another hearing of the case brought by farmers of Sanshan Island in Nanhai against their local government for its failure to make public land agreements from 1992. At the hearing, Tian Li, a legal aid volunteer for the Chinese Citizens...
[Jasmine Rally Suppression] Since February 2011, many rights activists have been harassed, arbitrarily detained, disappeared, or placed under "residential surveillance." Some of them have been released but are not allowed to speak out. Rights defender Liu Shasha wrote about their experiences in...

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