Locked up in a Chinese prison where he was forced to perform arduous labor, Tohnain Emmanuel Njong enclosed a note pleading for help in a shopping bag he had produced that was marked for export to an English speaking country.
Please join the Laogai Museum in honoring the victims of the Tiananmen Square Massacre on the 25th anniversary of the slaughter. From May 31-June 4, we will feature photos of the protests and screen the PBS Frontline documentary The Tank Man from 4-6:30 pm at 1734 20th Street NW Washington, DC 20008.
China’s National Security Commission, the establishment of which was announced at the Third Plenum in November, met for the first time on Tuesday.
Demonstrating resolve to continue championing civil rights and strengthening Chinese civil society, the New Citizens Movement recently created a website in the midst of an ongoing crackdown against its participants.