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Blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng, whose escape from house arrest to the U.S. embassy in Beijing sparked a diplomatic crisis last year, will be leaving his position at New York University at the end of this month, the university confirmed. Chen,
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
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.
Washington, April 9 (CNA) Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng was low-key when asked in Washington, D.C. Tuesday about his planned visit to Taiwan in June, offering little in the way of a concrete itinerary but expressing his hope to learn everything
Jefferson Siegel for New York Daily News Chen, whose civil rights activism put him under the watchful eye of the Chinese government, escaped house arrest in April and sought asylum at the U.S. embassy in Beijing. Blind Chinese dissident Chen
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Taiwan News, Staff Writer 2012-05-16 02:48 PM Blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng should receive a passport by May 21 that would allow him to leave for the US , according to Bloomberg,
VOA News June 19, 2012 One month after arriving in the United States, Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng is spending his days being tutored in English and the basics of the U.S. democratic and legal system. Chen, his wife and two children are living in
June 13, 2012 Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leaders recently ordered financial institutions to destroy numerous classified files related to the persecution of Falun Gong in an effort to eliminate evidence before the 13-year history of persecution is
China (AP) — Though the cameras and guards that kept blind activist Chen Guangcheng under house arrest have disappeared, the fear of local officials still lingers in his village and even his mother says he should not come home.
In what could be the biggest intelligence breach in China in years, the Chinese government detained a security official early this year who had been passing information to the United States, a person with knowledge of the case said Friday. The