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China Change Just Man Guo Yushan
By Xiao Shu, published: November 9, 2014   I remember that it was October 10, and, as I was strolling along Jingmei River [in Taiwan], I suddenly thought that it had been over a week since I last heard Guo Yushan’s voice.  The day before I had sent a private message to him but there was no response. This was unusual as we kept in frequent c [...] Keep reading »
China Change Friends Gone to Jail – Chinese Activists Kou Yanding and Guo Yushan
By Zeng Jinyan, published: October 30, 2014 “Watching his friends, who happen to be the hope of a better China, going to prison one after another, is more than personal shame. It is the shame of our time.”   Kou Yanding was taken away by police in Beijing on October 10th for “picking quarrels and provoking disturbances.”  The [...] Keep reading »
China Change Ilham Tohti Says
By Ilham Tohti, published: September 17, 2014 The Uighur economics professor, and founder of Uighurbiz website, is on trial today in Urumqi on separatism charges. The following excerpts were compiled by Ilham’s close friend and Tibetan writer Tsering Woeser in February this year shortly after his arrest. – The editor Currently in Xinjiang, a de [...] Keep reading »
China Change Tackling a Wall of Lies  – Profile of Pu Zhiqiang, a Chinese Human Rights Lawyer
By Albertine Ren, published: September 14, 2014 It’s been three months since Pu Zhiqiang’s formal arrest on June 13. An extension of investigation period expired on September 13 without indictment or change of detention status, a blatant disregard for criminal procedure prescribed by the Chinese law. Such is the judicial randomness in C [...] Keep reading »
China Change Li Huaping: A Child of Freedom
By Xiao Guozhen, published: July 28, 2014   Before Li Huaping (李化平) became known by his real name, he was known among Chinese netizens as “Norwegian Wood” (挪威森林) after the Beatles’ song. His blogs by the same name, before they were deleted by government censors, bore the tagline: “Uphold common sense and restore truth in [...] Keep reading »
China Change Meet Guo Feixiong
By Xiao Guozhen, published: July 23, 2014 This is China Change’s second profile of Guo Feixiong. Read the one by Xiao Shu.    On August 8, 2013, Guangzhou-based rights activist Guo Feixiong (郭飞雄, a.k.a. Yang Maodong) disappeared. Ten days later following a sustained uproar on social media, his sister finally confirmed his crimina [...] Keep reading »
China Change Guo Feixiong: Willing to Be Cannon Fodder, Will Be a  Monument
By Xiao Shu, published: July 7, 2014   Guo Feixiong (郭飞雄, pen name of Yang Maodong)  was arrested on August 8, 2013, and indicted on June 19, 2014, on charges of “gathering a crowd to disturb order in a public place.” Specifically, he is accused of organizing a demonstration outside the Southern Weekly headquarters during the paper’s [...] Keep reading »
China Change The Morning of June 4th and Its Long and Insidious Shadow (3)
By Fang Zheng, published: June 6, 2014   Wuchang Kidnapping In Zhanjiang, I boarded a train to Wuchang, Hubei (湖北武昌) where I would transfer to the No. 88 train to Beijing. On the ferry, I met a middle-aged business woman, whose destination was Anyang, Henan, on the same route as me. She offered to keep me company and help me when I needed [...] Keep reading »
China Change The Morning of June 4th and Its Long and Insidious Shadow (2)
By Fang Zheng, published: June 4, 2014   A Disabled Athlete to Represent China, or Maybe Not With the help of Wu Bei (吴蓓), a teacher at Beijing Steel and Iron College who also witnessed the Liubukou massacre, I settled in Hainan and worked for the real estate company run by Ms. Wu’s husband. After a while, I opened a small convenience shop o [...] Keep reading »
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