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Chen told the crowd of roughly 200 that the West lacked courage in dealing with the Chinese Communist Party. (Li Jingxing/The Epoch Times)
A Chinese activist who fled to the US last year has told the BBC he thinks Washington should do more to protect the relatives he left behind in China. Chen Guangcheng caused a diplomatic row between the US and China when he escaped house arrest and
Taipei, May 13 (CNA) Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng, who is now studying in the United States, is welcome to visit Taiwan and his entry permit will be issued soon, according to the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC).
You may also like U.S. congressional leaders have responded to blind Chinese lawyer Chen Guangcheng's pleas for help by asking the Obama administration to put credible pressure on the Chinese regime to secure the safety of Chen's family members. The
Topics Chen Guangfu, the eldest brother of blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng, recounts in Beijing May 23, 2012 the details of his torture and the authorities' reprisals against his family after Chen Guangcheng's flight last week to the United
Beijing The Chinese authorities are denying potentially life-saving medical treatment to the imprisoned nephew of blind Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng , the young man's father said Thursday. Skip to next
Chen Guangcheng (Epoch Times) Chinese prison authorities have denied the nephew of blind activist Chen Guangcheng urgent medical treatment for acute appendicitis, while police increase their persecution of his relatives, according to rights groups.
The imprisoned nephew of blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng is suffering from appendicitis and has been denied medical parole, his father says. Bottles and rocks had also been thrown at their family home, he added. Chen Kegui was sentenced to
A relative says the imprisoned nephew of Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng is suffering from appendicitis and prison officials have denied his application for medical parole. Chen Kegui was convicted in November of attacking officials who stormed his
Shandong, China,In apparent retaliation for the testimony of blind legal activist Chen Guangcheng at a Congressional hearing two weeks ago, authorities in his home province of Shandong have exacted fierce retaliation against two of his brothers and a