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Another petition, which has been prepared by the Civic Party, will ask Xi to address concerns related to Chinese civil rights activist Liu Xiaobo, ...
Chinese intelligence officials gave Candace Claiborne thousands of dollars in cash, as well as an Apple laptop and an iPhone, which she ...

Chinese civil rights activist Chen Guangcheng Recounts His Life's Journey. By Emily Stock & Katie Blackley & Essential Pittsburgh • Dec 1, ...
As Chen Guangcheng, a Chinese civil rights activist and self-taught lawyer, blind from an early age, and now residing in the U.S., so wisely ...
Sitting in the packed concert hall on the evening of Oct. 11, was Chen Guangcheng, the blind Chinese civil rights activist who is known for ...

The Rebalance authors Mercy Kuo and Angie Tang regularly engage subject-matter experts, policy practitioners, and strategic thinkers across ...
Then, in 2010, the Oslo-based Nobel Prize Committee awarded the peace prize to Liu Xiaobo, a Chinese civil-rights activist. China promptly ...

... finally released from house arrest; the emotions stirred when the Nobel Peace Prize, awarded to the Chinese civil rights activist Liu Xiaobo, ...
Word this week that the Chinese civil-rights activist Liu Xiaobo was awarded this year's Nobel Peace Prize had zero coverage in Beijing's traditional media.
The gathering of various delegates such as Chinese human rights lawyer Teng Baio, Japanese MP Takashi Nagao and Chinese civil rights activist Chen Guangcheng, Actor Richard Gere and Tibetan activist Golog Jigme among others unanimously felt the ...
There will also be a poetry reading and calligraphy demonstration by Chinese civil rights activist and Nobel prize in literature nominee Huang Xiang.
As Chen Guangcheng, a Chinese civil rights activist and self-taught lawyer, blind from an early age, and now residing in the U.S.
Tougher to listen to is Amnesty's In Their Own Words (iTunes) with Christian Bale narrating the story of Chinese civil rights activist Chen Guangcheng. Guangcheng gives an insight into growing up in China, where his brothers would take him out to the ...
... countries learn about democracy, but when they enter the work world at home they must adapt to an authoritarian state or face bleak employment prospects as they push for human rights reform in China, according to several Chinese civil rights activists.


 

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