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Chinese scholar who helped blind dissident Chen Guangcheng flee is arrested
International Business Times UK

07/01/2015: WORLD NEWS: Scholar held for assisting blind activist

BEIJING: Chinese authorities have arrested a scholar who helped blind dissident Chen Guangcheng escape house arrest in 2012, the scholar's wife said yesterday.Guo Yushan, founder of a think-tank that did research on business regulations, Cape Times E-dition, 2 months ago
Scholar Who Helped Chen Guangcheng Escape Arrested China Digital Times, 2 months ago
China arrests scholar who helped blind … Yahoo! India, 2 months ago
Washington Post

A barefoot lawyer's path of great resistance

Dissident Chinese lawyer Chen Guangcheng hopes to return to China someday Chen Guangcheng is easy to spot. Dressed in a dark pinstripe suit and vest and with his trademark sunglasses on the day he met The Straits Times for an interview, the ...
 Asia News Network1 week ago Thursday Morning Splash  Adweek Online1 week ago Revisiting Chen Guangcheng's great escape  Business Spectator1 week ago Chen Guangcheng, Jerome Cohen Recount Embassy Stay  China Digital Times1 week ago
Radio Free Asia

'The Barefoot Lawyer': Q&A With Blind Chinese Activist Chen Guangcheng

It was one of the most gripping stories in recent Chinese memory: On April 22, 2012, blind legal activist Chen Guangcheng escaped from house arrest in his home village of Dongshigu in eastern China's Shandong province, was secreted into Beijing by ...
 Austin American Statesman1 week ago Chinese Police Jail Activist For Two Weeks Over Smog Protest Retweet  Radio Free Asia2 weeks ago Chen Guangcheng Says U.S. Officials Gave In to China  China Digital Times1 month ago Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng: actually, Hillary Clinton ultimately didn't help me at all.  Redstate1 month ago

A lone voice for rights, at war with China

A sign was posted outside a jail cell in Yinan County, China, in 2006. Inside the cell, Chen Guangcheng could not read the sign because he was blind, but another inmate told him it was a list of prison regulations, printed on a poster. Peering ...
 MSN Philippines3 weeks ago
VOA News

Chinese Activist Accuses Obama of Trying to Leave Him in China

NEW YORK CITY— Blind Chinese exiled dissident Chen Guangcheng is taking U.S. President Barack Obama to task in a new book that also praises former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her role in his escape from China. In an exclusive ...
 VOA News1 week ago

Blind Chinese Dissident Undercuts Hillary's Human Rights Rhetoric

Though Hillary Clinton touts her support for human rights, the blind Chinese dissident, Chen Guangcheng, has accused Clinton's State Department of pressuring him to make bad deals with the repressive Chinese government. As Politico notes , Chen ...
 Breitbart.com1 week ago Chinese Dissident Disputes Hillary Clinton's Version Of His Escape From China  BuzzFeed1 week ago
Abu Dhabi National

Our top six books this week: Management guru Charles Handy latest about modern capitalism and more

Plus: Blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng's memoir about his life in modern China and Karl Ove Knausgaard's latest novel of part of a six-part story of his
 Abu Dhabi National2 weeks ago

Women 'still dying' after China's 1-child policy 'eased'

Text smaller Text bigger Congressman Chris Smith, Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng, and Women's Rights Without Frontiers President Reggie Littlejohn spoke out against coercive family planning in China at The Heritage Foundation in October 2014 ...
 WorldNetDaily1 month ago

Dispatches: China Thumbs its Nose at Women Activists

New detentions, denial of medication, lengthy interrogations, blocked visits with lawyers that's the Chinese authorities uncompromising response to a growing domestic and international outcry over the recent detention of five women's rights ...
 Human Rights Watch6 days ago

Sign of closer links for China, Taiwan

THE governments of China and Taiwan are set to open their first representative offices in each other's countries. The new Chinese leadership has been taking a more stridently nationalist approach towards other neighbours, with whom arguments about ...
 The Australian1 week ago This man took on China's repressive government — and won  Business Insider2 weeks ago Civic Groups in China Fear Government Clampdown  Philanthropy News Digest4 weeks ago Human Rights Watch reports Impending Decisions Spotlight Harsh Crackdown on (Rule of Law)Critics  Practice Source2 months ago
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