Guo Quan

China Jails Ex-Professor 10 Years for Subversion

Democracy activist Guo Quan has been sentenced 10 years on charges of subversion. From Associated Press: The founder of a Chinese group that challenged Communist rule with a call for multiparty democracy has been sentenced to 10...

Founder Of Chinese Political Group To Be Tried

From AP: The founder of a Chinese group that challenged Communist rule with a call for multiparty democracy will plead not guilty at his upcoming subversion trial, his lawyer said Thursday. Guo Quan has been detained numerous...

Blogger Charged with Subversion

From the Radio Free Asia: Authorities in the eastern city of Nanjing have formally arrested a prominent blogger who tried to set up an opposition party on charges of “subversion of state power,” his wife said. Former...

Fears for China’s Web Freedom

From RFA: Writers in China said they feared a long hard road before real freedom of expression emerges in China, as authorities in the eastern province of Jiangsu formally arrested a prominent blogger who called for democratic...

China Democracy Activist Detained for Subversion

Guo Quan, founder of the China New Democracy Party, has been arrested on charges of subversion of state power. From the Associated Press: Guo Quan, who started the China New Democracy Party last year, was arrested in the city of...

Zeng Jinyan Asks For Harassment To Stop

From Global Voices Advocacy: Zeng Jinyan wrote last week on her Twitter account that the heavy surveillance she and her daughter are under has been stepped up in recent days and now includes regular physical harassment. Zeng...

China Dissident Held ‘For Criticising Quake response’

From Guardian: Chinese police have detained a political dissident because of remarks he made about the government’s handling of the Sichuan earthquake, according to his family and supporters. Guo Quan, the founder of the...

More Chinese Dissidents Sue Yahoo!

From RConversation: Last week, in response to an appeal by Jerry Yang, Condoleezza Rice raised the cases of Wang Xiaoning and Shi Tao with Chinese authorities on her visit to Beijing. A Chinese version of Jerry Yang’s...

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