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A Portrait of a “Subverter”


First published by Human Rights in China in New York as a part of its press release, which also includes a translation of Chen Pingfu’s Indictment. On Tuesday, September 4, a 55-year-old man was on trial for “inciting subversion of … Continue reading

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Looking for Song Ze, by Liang Xiaojun


This is the second article about Song Ze’s case following Dr. Xu’s, and it is by Song Ze’s lawyer Xiao Xiaojun (梁小军). –Yaxue I first met Song Ze (宋泽) in late April. The weather was still cool, and he showed up … Continue reading

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The Plight of a Young Chinese Volunteer, by Xu Zhiyong


Today and tomorrow, we bring to you two articles about the case of a young man called Song Ze. He was a volunteer at Dr. Xu Zhiyong’s Open Constitution Initiative, an NGO dedicated to providing legal aid to disempowered people … Continue reading

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