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To Remember Is to Resist – by Teng Biao


Simply put, Teng Biao (滕彪) is one of the best known human rights lawyers and legal scholars in China. This is his preface to a memoir entitled “A Worthwhile Trip—A Documentation of Beijing Reeducation-through-Labor Dispatch Center”, in which he looks … Continue reading

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Ge Xun: 21 hours in Beijing – Part 2


This is the continuation of Ge Xun’s account of his ordeal in Beijing that happened just one week ago. This is Yaxue’s authorized translation. – Part One They asked what prompted me to “come back (to activism)” in 2009. I … Continue reading

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Living with Dead Hearts – Interview with director Charlie Custer


Yesterday we introduced the problem of kidnapping in China, as well as Charlie Custer’s documentary on the subject, if you missed that it would be a good place to start Tom: Where does your passion for working against kidnapping in … Continue reading

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