For Vice, Arvind Dilawar interviews artist Wu Yuren about life under surveillance, as he is called...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 17, 2010
The New York Times reports on the trial of artist Wu Yuren yesterday in Beijing: The defendant, Wu Yuren, 39, is accused of assaulting a group of police officers at a Beijing police station last May. He had gone to the station...
by Paulina Hartono | Jul 30, 2010
Artist Yang Licai writes about the Beijing police’s mistreatment of both him and fellow artist Wu Yuren. Thanks to Diane Gatterdam and the Under the Jacaranda Tree blog: At around 3 pm on May 31, 2010, about 20 men came to...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 26, 2010
The Globe and Mail interviews Karen Patterson, the Canadian woman whose husband, artist Wu Yuren, has been detained in Beijing since May: Her husband, avant-garde artist Wu Yuren, is now awaiting trial and could spend up to...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 8, 2010
The Toronto Star reports on the detention of artist Wu Yuren, who was beaten in a Beijing police station after going to accompany a friend to file a complaint against the management of the 798 artist district. Wu’s wife is...
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