A joint letter from nine organizations urges President Barack Obama to publicly emphasize human...
by Scott Greene | May 10, 2013
The harassment campaign against the family of blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng continues to mount, as Reuters reports that his eldest brother said that two government-hired thugs beat him on Thursday: Chen Guangfu, 56,...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 13, 2013
It is almost a year since legal activist Chen Guangcheng made his startling escape from illegal detention in Shandong and sought shelter in the U.S. embassy in Beijing, before leaving China to study in New York. The New York...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 6, 2013
Legal activist Chen Guangcheng, now based in New York, recently provided more details about the treatment in detention of his nephew, Chen Kegui, who is serving a prison sentence for injuring officials who entered his home after...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 2, 2012
A Shandong court has rejected an attempt by Chen Guangcheng’s brother’s to sue local authorities for bursting into his home in the middle of the night to search for the missing activist. During the incident, Chen...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 26, 2012
The Atlantic’s James Fallows spoke recently to legal activist Chen Guangcheng, currently living in New York after his dramatic escape from house arrest in April. Chen explained his views on the deterioration of rule of law...
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