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After Huang Qi, director of 64 Tianwang website, was arrested for “illegally providing state secrets abroad” his 84-year-old mother Pu Wenqing once again urges the Chinese government in this open letter to release her son for medical treatment on humanitarian grounds. Huang Qi—who has been...
Human Rights in China has learned from reliable sources that after Liu Xiaobo died in custody, the mother of Huang Qi ( 黄琦 ) , the detained founder of 64 Tianwang Human Rights Center, became especially concerned that her seriously ill son may also die in detention. Huang was detained in November...
On February 21, 2017, the mother of detained rights activist Huang Qi, retained two lawyers, Sui Muqing and Li Jinglin, to go to the state security unit of the Mianyang Municipal Public Security Bureau to request that the person handling Huang’s case provide information on his case, in accordance...
A profile of Zuo Xiaohuan (左晓环) , a Sichuan rights activist, written by fellow activist Huang Xiaoming. Zuo was detained by the Mianyang Municipal Public Security Bureau on May 28, 2010, and formally arrested on November 19, 2010, both on suspicion of inciting subversion of state power. Eighteen...
On June 10, Sichuan earthquake activist Huang Qi (黄琦) was released from a prison in Chengdu, after completing a three-year term on the conviction of “illegal possession of state secrets.” Huang, a long-time rights defender, is known for the help he provided to the victims of the May 2008 earthquake...
Human Rights in China (HRIC) was informed on December 1, 2009, that Sichuan earthquake activist Huang Qi (黄琦) , who was convicted of “illegal possession of state secrets” and sentenced to three years in prison, is trying to file an appeal before his appeal period expires in two days. His efforts,...
The family of Sichuan earthquake activist Huang Qi (黄琦) , who was convicted of “illegal possession of state secrets” on November 23, 2009, and sentenced to three years imprisonment, has requested that Human Rights in China make public two documents. The first is a letter from Huang’s lawyers Mo...
On Monday, November 23, 2009, a court in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, sentenced Huang Qi (黄琦) , an activist who tried to help families of the victims of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake, to three years in prison for “illegal possession of state secrets.” Huang has been in detention since June 2008...
On Aug 5, a closed hearing was held in Chengdu Wuhou District Court on the case of Sichuan rights activist and founder of Tianwang Human Rights Center (天网人权) Huang Qi (黄琦) , who was suspected of "illegal possession of state secrets". Huang Qi was arrested by authorities after actively participating...
Human Rights in China has learned that authorities denied permission to detained rights activist Huang Qi’s (黄琦) wife, Zeng Li (曾丽) , and mother, Pu Wenqing (浦文清) , to bring Huang medicine or submit an application for his release on bail. They were denied access by an officer at the Chengdu Wuhou...

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