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==Deserter==
 
==Deserter==
  
==He Xiaoxin==
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==He Xiaoxin 和小欣==
 
He Xiaoxin is a photojournalist in Beijing.
 
He Xiaoxin is a photojournalist in Beijing.
 
* [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2015/08/he-xiaoxin-how-far-can-i-go-and-how-much-can-i-do/ How Far Can I Go? And How Much Can I Do?]
 
* [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2015/08/he-xiaoxin-how-far-can-i-go-and-how-much-can-i-do/ How Far Can I Go? And How Much Can I Do?]

Revision as of 22:42, 8 March 2016

The best of CDT longform translation.

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Authors

Deserter

He Xiaoxin 和小欣

He Xiaoxin is a photojournalist in Beijing.

Jiang Xue

Jiang Xue is a reporter for the Hong Kong-based Asia Weekly (亞洲週刊).

Karer

Karer is a blogger.

Li Chengpeng 李承鹏

A sports commentator turned social critic, Li Chengpeng is the author of several books, including "The Whole World Knows" (全世界人民都知道). In 2013, when he was instructed not to speak at a book signing, Li wore a face mask in silent protest. He had a strong following on social media until his Weibo account and Sina blog were purged in 2014.

Li Jingrui 李静睿

Li Jingrui is a columnist for Dajia and author of the novel "Small Town Girl" (小镇的姑娘).

Li Meiling

>>BIO<<

Li Xuewen

>>BIO<<

Shang Baojun

Shang Baojun is an attorney at the Beijing Mo Shaoping Law Firm. He represented rights defense lawyer Pu Zhiqiang in 2015.

Tang Danhong 唐丹鸿

>>BIO<<

Tang Xiaozhao 唐小昭

>>BIO<<

Wang Yiqiao

Wang Yiqiao is a PhD candidate in constitutional law at Indiana University. He blogs under the penname Sanjin (三斤).

Xu Zhiyong

>>BIO<<

Yu Jianrong

Yu Jianrong is a rural sociologist at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. He is known for advocating liberal reforms and harnessing social media for social good.