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From James T. Areddy with The Wall Street Journal, “ China's Cadres Balk at Showing the Money” : "These are not the conventional activists" who call for overthrow of the state or the introduction of democracy, said Gao Wenqian, a senior policy adviser in New York for advocacy group .
From Sui-Lee Wee and Maxim Duncan with Reuters, “ China's Tiananmen Mothers criticize Xi for lack of reforms” : In an open letter released on Friday through New York-based Human Rights in China , the group said Xi "has mixed together the things that were most unpopular and most in need of...
From Benjamin Carlson with the Global Post, “ Why China is Crushing a Mongolian Intellectual ”: HONG KONG — One of China’s longest-imprisoned dissidents is mentally and physically breaking down.
From Radio TV Hong Kong, “ Imprisoned Lawyer Allowed Family Visit ”: New York-based Human Rights in China says imprisoned human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng has been allowed a family visit for the first time in nearly 10 months. It quoted his wife as saying Mr Gao appeared clear-minded and spoke...
From the Associated Press, “ China’s Jailed Lawyer Gets Rare Family Visit ”:
From Edward Wong with the New York Times , “ Family’s Visit Confirms Chinese Dissident Is Alive ”: Family members of one of China’s most prominent dissidents, Gao Zhisheng, visited him in a prison in the western region of Xinjiang this month, according to Mr. Gao’s older brother and a human rights...
From United Press International, “ China Dissident Remains Alive in Prison ”: Family members of China dissident Gao Zhisheng said they have visited him in prison, marking the first confirmation he is alive in nine months. Human Rights in China said Gao's younger brother and his father-in-law...
From BosNewsLife, “ Jailed Chinese Christian Lawyer Still Alive, Family Says ”: Family members of jailed Christian rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng have been allowed to visit him in a remote Chinese prison, providing the first confirmation in months that he is still alive, rights activists said Wednesday...
From Rachel Vandenbrink with the Radio Free Asia, “ Hada's Mental Health Slipping ”: The mental health of Inner Mongolian dissident Hada, who is being held under de facto house arrest after 15 years in jail, is deteriorating and he has been denied medical treatment, according to rights groups and...
From Patrick Burke with CNSNews.com, “ Both Candidates Ignored Human Rights in China During Final Debate, Activists Say ”:

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