[Hong Kong Standard] to promote small-class teaching and it consists of only 12 students, including their youngest son. "My two kids have asked me questions about the June 4 Tiananmen crackdown a couple of years ago as well as the recent Li Wangyang incident," he said.
[Hong Kong Standard] - An Australian pathologist has re-ignited suspicions over the death of Hunan blind activist Li Wangyang, saying it is rare for a person committing suicide by hanging to suffer a broken neck bone. Stephen Cordner, a forensic professor at Monash
[Hong Kong Standard] - It has suggested authorities set up a database for teachers that will include sensitive material such as the hospital room death of activist Li Wangyang and the June 4, 1989, crackdown. He believes it should be left to the public to determine what
[CNN] - "Li Wangyang convicted for taking part in Tiananmen Square protest sentenced to 22 years jail... Liu Xiaobo (nobel peace prize winner) convicted of ' Inciting subversion of state power ' for writing part of charter 08 sentenced to 11 years jail. And
[China Digital Times] - Zhu Chengzhi, close friend of Li Wangyang, the labor activist whose death in June led to much debate, has been arrested for “inciting subversion of state power”. South China Morning Post reports on Zhu Chengzhi's arrest, detention, and relationship
[RTHK] - An Australian forensic expert has questioned the claim by Chinese authorities that dissident Li Wangyang hanged himself. A report released last month by the Hunan government concluded that Mr Li's broken neck was the most important evidence that he
[Courrier International] - Par ailleurs, WeiboScope a aussi récupéré des centaines de posts effacés qui évoquaient la mort mystérieuse du dissident Li Wangyang, le 6 juin dernier [qui, officiellement, se serait suicidé par pendaison dans un hôpital de la province du Hunan, au