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Dear President Obama, I am a Chinese intellectual, a mother who lost her beloved son in the June Fourth Massacre in Beijing 20 years ago. First, I would like to congratulate you on receiving the Nobel Peace Prize this year, and I look forward to your outstanding contributions to maintaining world...
Freedom of Speech Constitution of the People’s Republic of China 1
December 10, 2009 Criminal Indictment (2009) No. 247 Beijing Municipal People’s Procuratorate Branch No. 1 Defendant Liu Xiaobo: male; born December 28, 1955; identification number 210203195512285575; PhD education; Han ethnicity; unemployed; registered residence: 2-1-2 No. 5 Qingchun Street,...
Defense Statement of the First Instance Translation by HRIC, based on a translation by Wen Huang. The Beijing Municipal No. 1 Intermediate People’s Court, Criminal Justice Court No. 1 1 The Honorable Presiding Judge and Judicial Officers:
Liu Xiaobo Translation by HRIC, based on a translation by Wen Huang. [Chinese / 中文]
Liu Xiaobo Translation by HRIC, based on a translation by J. Latourelle. December 23, 2009 In the course of my life, for more than half a century, June 1989 was the major turning point. Up to that point, I was a member of the first class to enter university when college entrance examinations were...
Criminal Verdict Translation by HRIC December 25, 2009 (2009) No. 3901 Public Prosecution Organ: Beijing Municipal People’s Procuratorate Branch No. 1
Defense Statement of the Second Instance Translation by HRIC. January 28, 2010 BEIJING MO SHAOPING LAW FIRM 1 The Southwest Yard Zhongshan Park Beijing 100031 PRC Tel/Fax: 86-10-6605-8311 Zip code: 100031 e-mail: shaoping@public.bta.net.cn To the first department of the Criminal Division of Beijing...

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