Chinese rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang has been named among the ten shortlisted nominees for the...
by Josh Rudolph | Mar 31, 2016
The Hong Kong Free Press reports that civil rights lawyer and activist Ni Yulan was...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 9, 2014
Days after the 25th anniversary of the suppression of “pro-democracy” protests in...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 16, 2012
US ambassador Gary Locke has urged Chinese authorities to release housing rights activist Ni Yulan and her husband Dong Jiqin, who were sentenced last week to prison terms of two years and eight months and two years,...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 10, 2012
Ni Yulan, who has been stripped of her lawyer’s license, beaten until she could no longer walk unaided, and repeatedly imprisoned for defending the rights of forced demolition victims, has received a further prison...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 3, 2012
Activist Ni Yulan was put on trial last week in Beijing but no verdict has been announced, although observers predict a heavy sentence. During previous arrests, Ms. Ni has told reporters, “officers had urinated on her,...
by cdtstaff | Feb 18, 2011
Rights lawyer Chen Guangcheng, the wife of Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo, and housing activist Ni Yulan, are among some of China’s dissidents currently facing political pressure. From the New York Times: Chen...
by Liu Yong | Nov 21, 2008
From AFP: Beijing authorities destroyed the home of leading rights activist Ni Yulan on Friday as her distraught husband pleaded with the government to release her from jail. Up to 200 police surrounded the home of the activist...
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