Guangzhou-based labor organizer Zeng Feiyang was detained late last year along with several fellow...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 15, 2015
Last week, authorities closed the defamation case against journalist Liu Hu, who was detained for...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 4, 2014
Reuters’ Ben Blanchard reports the release of New Express journalist Liu Hu, who was...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 10, 2013
China’s Supreme People’s Court and Supreme People’s Procuratorate issued a new...
by Liu Yong | Jul 18, 2009
Translated by Joshua Rosenzweig: The public security bureau in Mawei District, Fuzhou, recently detained Guo Baofeng and several other netizens. The lawyer for these detained netizens says that they were detained for posting or...
by Sophie Beach | May 6, 2009
In the Far Eastern Economic Review, Joshua Rosenzweig of the Duihua Foundation writes about the slew of recent defamation cases against people who criticize local officials: In recent weeks, China has been abuzz with talk about...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 30, 2009
In a number of recent cases, local officials have brought defamation or libel charges against citizens who criticized them. In discussing these cases on their blogs and in their writing, Chinese journalists and academics have...
by Kate Zhao | Jan 16, 2008
Three cadres from Jishan, Shanxi punished for reporting questionable activities by local county secretary – Southern Metropolis Daily
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