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    China Change translates a series of tweets by Geng He, wife of rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng, providing an update on her husband’s situation following his release from a three-year

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    At The Washington Post, rights lawyer Teng Biao discusses the case of his friend and colleague Gao Zhisheng, who was released from prison last month. We are happy to see Gao come out

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    Dissident writer and human rights legal activist Yang Maodong, better known by his pen name Guo Feixiong, was detained in August of 2013, formally arrested two months later for

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    With the trial of human rights activist Yang Maodong, better known by the pen name Guo Feixiong, set to begin today in Guangzhou, the AP reports that his lawyers are planning not to attend

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    AP reports that the trial of prominent human rights activist Yang Maodong, also known by the pen name Guo Feixiong, was postponed after his lawyers boycotted the proceedings

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    On Sunday, a Washington Post editorial highlighted the mistreatment of recently released rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng, as well as Wang Bingzhang, Liu Xiaobo, and his wife Liu Xia,

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    Human rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang, detained in May after attending a gathering to mark the 25th anniversary of the June 4th 1989 crackdown and formally arrested in June on suspicion

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    Rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang has denied all of the prospective charges against him, according to his own lawyer Mo Shaoping. Pu was detained ahead of this year’s 25th anniversary

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    Human rights lawyer and activist Guo Feixiong was arrested in late 2013 on suspicion of “gathering a crowd to disrupt public order” after participating in the

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    At The Guardian, rights lawyer Teng Biao writes that “China’s civil society has little cause for optimism in 2015,” focusing on the arrest and looming prosecution

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    Rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang has been detained since May while prosecutors build a case against him on potential charges of “picking fights and causing trouble,” “inciting ethnic

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    A group of Chinese lawyers released the following statement in response to the alleged assault of Beijing-based lawyer Cui Hui by court officials and police officers in the Chinese

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    Civil rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang was detained in May 2014 after attending a gathering to mark the 25th anniversary of the June 4, 1989, military crackdown on protesters in Beijing.

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    After a year in detention, rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang has been formally indicted on charges of “inciting ethnic hatred” and “causing a disturbance and provoking

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    Amid ongoing arrests of civil society activists and proposed legislation that would limit the activities of foreign NGOs in the country, Zeng Jinyan writes about a shifting dynamic

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    The State Council Information Office today released a white paper titled “Progress in China’s Human Rights in 2014,” the twelfth such report since its 45,000

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    In an article from the Chinese edition of the Financial Times, Freedom House’s Sarah Cook examines the prosecution of rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang and its implications for his

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    At The New York Times, Cherie Chan reports on human rights lawyers’ concerns that proposed changes to China’s criminal law, which could land attorneys in jail for courtroom

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    Chinese Human Rights Defenders reports that at least 57 rights lawyers, law firm staff, and activists have been detained, questioned, or otherwise restricted [zh] across China

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    Badiucao has drawn portraits of eight of the dozens of human rights lawyers and activists who were rounded up by police on July 10, which some netizens are now calling Black Friday.

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