Wu Lihong



Lake Tai’s Champion Keeps Up the Fight

The Wall Street Journal’s Real Time China blog reports that environmental activist Wu Lihong is out of jail and back to his work raising awareness of the pollution in Lake Tai: Mr. Wu’s biggest crime appears to be what...

Li Xiaorong: Speaking of Human Rights

Li Xiaorong, a research scholar at the Institute for Philosophy & Public Policy, University of Maryland, College Park, who does consultant work for Chinese NGOs, published in the Baltimore Sun the speech she wishes...

China, A Lot To Be Angry About

From The Economist: Polluted, poisonous and immune to popular efforts to enforce a clean-up: Tai Lake is a metaphor for the state of China’s politics. The plain-clothes police are always there, watching Xu Jiehua. When she...




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