Chen Guangcheng

Chinese Dissident Blogger Stands Trial for Subversion
Wall Street Journal – Mar 18, 2008
of the current system,” said Li, who himself was detained in 2006 in connection with his representation of Chen Guangcheng, a peasants right activist.
Wall Street Journal

Hu Jia and Teng Biao: On human dignity and China
The Union Leader, NH – Apr 8, 2008
The blind activist Chen Guangcheng, recipient of the 2007 Ramon Magsaysay Award and named in 2006 by Time Magazine as one of the most influential 100 people

Pelosi: ‘We are Hearing the Call to the Conscience of the World’
PR Newswire (press release), NY – Apr 8, 2008
sentenced to 10 years in prison for reporting on the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre; Chen Guangcheng, a blind lawyer who exposed the truth

Made in China: Wholesale Persecution
Christian News Wire (press release), DC – Apr 8, 2008
According to the testimonies recorded by the Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng, forced abortion takes place up until the eighth month of

Hu Jia: China’s enemy within
Independent, UK – Apr 3, 2008
He has spoken out on Aids, Tibetan autonomy and free speech, while embracing the causes of the activist lawyer Gao Zhisheng, and Chen Guangcheng,

China Ups One-Child Forced-Abortion Policy Enforcement, Abuses
LifeNews.com, MT – Apr 3, 2008
The woman lives near Linyi city where blind attorney Chen Guangcheng told the world of more than 10000 women who were forced to have abortions and

China’s One-Child Policy Stays, Abuses Resurface
Tibetan Culture & News Online, UK – Apr 2, 2008
Yuan Weijing, wife of jailed civil rights activist Chen Guangcheng, said her husband’s blistering exposure of abuses by family planning officials in Linyi

Salmond urged to condemn China
Guide and Gazette, UK – Apr 1, 2008
Salmond to express human rights concerns publicly, especially over the plight of individual activists in China, and particularly for Chen Guangcheng.

China: Reminders of Tiananmen Square
UNPO, Netherlands – Mar 26, 2008
Blind human rights lawyer Chen Guangcheng was sentenced to four years and three months in jail for speaking against coercive family planning practices in

Problems creep out past official front in China
USA Today – Mar 19, 2008
China’s Health Ministry acknowledged the problem when lawyer Chen Guangcheng exposed the issue in an area of Shandong province in 2005.

China – Hu Jia’s trial called “parody of justice”
CNW Telbec (Communiqués de presse), Canada – Mar 18, 2008
Hu has often written about other imprisoned activists such as Chen Guangcheng (http://news.boxun.com/news/gb/china/2006/11/200611172046.shtml) and Guo