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In another attempt to return to the country of his birth, exiled June 4th dissident Wu’er Kaixi’s efforts to turn himself into authorities
Exiled activist Chen Guangcheng has announced that he will become a fellow at the Witherspoon Institute in Princeton, NJ, a think tank which focuses
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At The New Yorker, Ian Buruma reviews Liao Yiwu’s prison memoir For a Song and a Hundred Songs: A Poet’s Journey through a Chinese Prison
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