RFA: Freed Chinese Dissident Vows To Resume Tiananmen Web Site

From Radio Free Asia:

Chinese cyber-dissident Huang Qi, just freed after serving a five-year jail term for subversion, says he wants to resume his Web site dedicated to the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown.

“I will do my best to resume the Tianwang Web site,” Huang told RFA’s Mandarin service after his release from prison in China’s southwestern province of Sichuan. “When it was first created it was for very few people. But I now realize that there are many like-minded people.”


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