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China Change Terence Halliday Speaking on the Third Anniversary of the 709 Crackdown
Terence Halliday, a research professor at the American Bar Foundation, and co-author of Criminal Defense in China: The Politics of Lawyers at Work, spoke at Fordham University on July 8, marking the third anniversary of the 709 crackdown. [...] Keep reading »
China Change Video Introduction to the Second Annual China Human Rights Lawyers’ Day
This video was the introductory piece for the Second Annual China Human Rights Lawyers' Day held at Fordham University on July 8, 2018. [...] Keep reading »
China Change 709 Crackdown Three Years On: Xie Yanyi
Xie Yanyi, a human rights lawyer and 709 crackdown victim who was held in paramilitary detention and tortured in custody, speaks about his experiences. [...] Keep reading »
China Change Sui Muqing on the 709 Crackdown Three Years on: ‘You’re Guilty of Whatever Crime They Say You Are’
Sui Muqing, a human rights lawyer in China, reflects on his experiences in legal rights defense as the Chinese Communist Party undertakes a campaign of suppression of those like him. [...] Keep reading »
China Change Global Announcement of the Memorial on the First Anniversary of Liu Xiaobo’s Passing
Gethsemane Church, Berlin, June 26, 2018       Upon the first anniversary of the death of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Liu Xiaobo, a public memorial will be held in the Gethsemane Church (at Stargarder Str. 77, 10437) in Berlin, on July 13, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. On this day last year, China’s most famous political prisoner perished in c [...] Keep reading »
China Change Re-send: Dear Subscribers (2)
June 6, 2016   China Change just marked its third anniversary on June 4, and here I am, writing you our second “Dear Subscribers” letter. It’s a relief that I don’t have to explain what we do at China Change, as you know us well enough, and value us enough, to have us delivered to your mailbox. It’s an incredible honor. Over these th [...] Keep reading »
China Change The Historian of the Tiananmen Movement and the June Fourth Massacre – An Interview With Wu Renhua (Part Two of Two)
June 4, 2016   (Continued from Part One) Wu: Another find that was very exciting was to discover the chief of staff of the 38th Group Army’s 1st Tank Division. This chief of staff led the spearhead of that tank division, the 1st Regiment of armored infantrymen and the 1st Regiment, the very first tanks to arrive in Tiananmen Square, incl [...] Keep reading »
China Change Outspoken Chinese Real Estate Mogul Becomes Latest Target of Party Wrath
By China Change, published: February 25, 2016 Retired Chinese real estate mogul Ren Zhiqiang (任志强), known as “Cannon Ren,” fired at Xi Jinping after Xi’s tour of China Central Television. Xi Dada’s opinion warriors are now all over him, outdoing one another to see who can work themselves into the biggest frenzy.  – The Editors &nb [...] Keep reading »
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