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Thus, We Vanish! Translated by High Peaks Pure Earth From Kyi! Kyi! My Tibet Since the dark cloud swallowed the moonlight, We are untouched by the warmth of the fatherland, Our compatriots are burdened with an unbearable load Patiently waiting for the ray of hope, A flock of hawks chased the...
1989 Democracy Movement veteran Jiang Pinchao, now living in Los Angeles, compiled 385 poems to mark the 18th anniversary of the June 4th crackdown. Advance drafts of the book, reproduced in pirated editions, have been confiscated by officials throughout China. This is translations of a small...
[Translation by Human Rights in China] Datu/Zheng Churan (with tears): “This Time, You’re Stronger and More Courageous than I Am” Wu Rongrong: “I Look Forward To Getting Together To Chat over Drinks” Wei Tingting: “To My Little Companions – Thank You Letter from Waiting” Wang Man’s Thank-you Letter...
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...
Because Salman Rushdie wrote The Satanic Verses , Iran's Ayatolla Khomeini tried to kill him by putting a $5,000,000 reward on his head. This was in the 1980s, when I was still a young poet, and it was the first time I had heard his name. I was deeply shocked. Even though I cannot cross the ocean...
Veteran activist Wang Wanxing has been forcibly re-committed to a psychiatric facility. Wang had already spent over seven years confined to Ankang Hospital, a psychiatric institution run by the Beijing Public Security Bureau, after a 1992 attempt to unfurl a banner in Tiananmen Square,...
In a case that has shaken anti-discrimination rights defense circles inside China and overseas, state security detained on July 22 three disability rights legal advocates working in Changsha— Cheng Yuan ( 程渊) , Liu Yongze ( 刘永泽) , and Wu Gejianxiong ( 吴葛健雄) —on suspicion of “subversion of state...
Excerpted from The Statesman : China is classifying more and more activities as state secrets to allow police to charge dissidents and activists with stealing or leaking state secrets, Human Rights in China said a wide-ranging report published yesterday. [...] Speaking from New York before the...

After 37 days of detention, five women activists, Li Tingting (李婷婷), Wu Rongrong (武嵘嵘), Zheng Churan (郑楚然), Wei Tingting (韦婷婷), and Wang Man (王曼), were “released upon guarantee pending further investigation” (取保候审) on April 13, 2015.

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