Guo Baofeng

Amoiist: How Did I Break the Jail?

Blogger Peter Guo (aka Amoiist, or Guo Baofeng) writes about his experiences during his recent detention: Five Mawei police (Mawei is a district of Fuzhou city) came to my company in Xiamen in the afternoon July 15, and...

Chinese Start Postcard Drive to Support Dissidents

From Reuters: Chinese web users have launched a postcard campaign to support dissidents in prisons and to protest against their detention, one of the organizers told Reuters. Chinese Internet activists launched their first...

Tweeting a Detention Experience

Oiwan Lam reports on the Global Voices Online: Yesterday, Guangzhou blogger Beifeng went hiking with a number of friends in Baiyun mountain. Some of them were wearing a Tee-shirt that carry a slogan from Xinhua Daily in1946 that...

Silence After China Blogger Amoiist Tweets Arrest SOS

From guardian.co.uk: The hundreds following amoiist on Twitter were used to his stream of messages. But they ended abruptly with two terse updates early yesterday morning. “i have been arrested by Mawei police, SOS”...

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