Gao Zhisheng was released from the Chinese prison about a month ago. Is he free?
He is now under house arrest, denied access to medical care, and convalescing from horrific and punishing torture.
The old writer was arrested and charged e of creating a disturbance after he published an article entitled “Liu Yunshan Must Be Punished for His Crime”.
According ti the writer Liu was the source of all corruption in media and publishing in China, an enemy that stopped reform from making progress
Protesters had a rally in Time square NY, calling to Keep Taiwan Independent.
One of them recall History: ““When Nixon went to China, China told Nixon: “If you want to be with me, you have to get rid of Taiwan, but after a certain point, too much appeasement will harm the world, just like before WWII, when European countries tried to appease Hitler.”
Amnesty International reported about Chinese activists detained in prison.
They were charged of “disrupt order in a public” and “provoking troubles” while protesting against the regime.
Following a protest by around 1,000 local residents against the building of a waste incinerator, 24 people were arrested by the police.
According to witnesses, the protest had started peacefully, but then escalated into violence as riot police moved in to clear the area.
While talking to tourist from Mainland China on Tuidang and the way to quit the communist party, a volunteer from Tuidang center was attacked by one of them.
A petitioner who was detained in a black jail in Xinjiang Province for 13 times since 2012, was rescued a group of friends
China already has an exemplary set of environmental protection laws, but that close ties between business and officials mean that it is rarely enforced at a local level.
Hundreds of people gathered outside Henan government offices in protest over “foul smells” in their neighborhood.
Hong Kong population fear that their democracy, rule of law and freedom of speech might be ruined,
Over 430,000 Hong Kong residents joined in July a protest against the threat to the democracy, built over several decades of hard work.