Shanghai Spring is a sequel to “LOCKDOWN Shanghai 2022” that was posted on China Change YouTube channel on April 9. The sequel is a compilation of 200 select video clips and stills from Shanghai, taken between April 10 and May 10. In ten segments, it offers a comprehensive view of the Shanghai lockdown, an event that is bound to have political, economic, and social repercussions in China far beyond Covid control. 101 minutes.Full Transcript »
In this new video exclusive to China Change, Xu Zhiyong (许志永), one of China’s foremost civil rights activists, speaks about his current projects and hopes for the future. Xu was released from prison in July, 2017, after serving four years in prison for his role in the New Citizens Movement.”Full Transcript »
This video emerged on the internet recently, reportedly from Shenzhen, showing a woman detained by police for internet posts she had made.Full Transcript »
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.Full Transcript »
This video was the introductory piece for the Second Annual China Human Rights Lawyers’ Day held at Fordham University on July 8, 2018.Full Transcript »
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.Full Transcript »
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