Last month, cartoonist Wang Liming, also known by his pen name Rebel Pepper, issued a public...
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At Ars Technica, Robert Lemos reports that outdated software helps make a prominent exile Uyghur...
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In another attempt to return to the country of his birth, exiled June 4th dissident Wu’er...
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Hu Jia, an activist who was detained for over 24 hours after meeting with the escaped Chen Guangcheng last week, has said that police admitted during his questioning that Chen and his supporters had done nothing wrong in the...
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