21.02.2012 [Forbes] - LiuXiaobo is in the Jinzhou Prison in the Liaoning Province of China serving an 11-year prison term. His “crime:” drafting and promoting Charter '08, a manifesto that demands human rights and democratic reforms in China. Although known in human rights
27.02.2012 [Terra Perú] - El laureado Nobel de la Paz del 2010 LiuXiaobo sostiene un muñeco en una fotografía tomada por su esposa, la artista chinaLiu Xia, y parte de una muestra que se inaugura en Nueva York el jueves 9 de febrero del 2012. Foto: Mary Altaffer / AP Un total
28.02.2012 [FRANCE 24] - Others took the opportunity to criticize the human rights situation in China and call for the immediate release of jailed dissidents, like Nobel Peace Prize winner LiuXiaobo. In this video you get to sit in the pilot`s seat, but not in just an old
07.12.2011 The first page of our Fall 2011 catalog presents No Enemies, No Hatred, a collection of essays and poems by LiuXiaobo, the imprisoned Chinese dissident and 2010 Nobel Peace Prize recipient. The second page features ...
12.03.2012 [ZDNet Asia] - These terms included Falun Gong, a movement banned by the Chinese government, human rights activists Ai Wei Wei and LiuXiaobo, and Lianghui, a term which referred to a joint meeting of China's parliament and political advisory body.
12.03.2012 [RTT News] - In recent years, the police have increasingly resorted to secret detention of government critics, including the artist Ai Weiwei, Nobel Peace Prize laureate LiuXiaobo, and human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng. These detentions are illegal under Chinese
09.03.2012 [Khaleej Times] - Rights groups said both men had signed Charter 08, a bold manifesto for democracy co-authored by LiuXiaobo, the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner who was jailed for 11 years for subversion on Christmas Day 2009. “Lengthy prison sentences handed out in
09.03.2012 [Youngstown Vindicator] - ... the most provocative book of its kind to have appeared in years.” Yu, still only 38, is a close ally of LiuXiaobo, the dissident writer and leader who was sentenced to 11 years in prison in 2009 — and awarded the Nobel Peace Prize the following year.
23.02.2012 [TCPalm] - The first winner, the Dalai Lama, is barred from the country, and the second, LiuXiaobo, sits in a Chinese prison. Regarding Nobel Prizes, 10 of our most recent 25 winners were immigrants. From Lin on the hardwood at Madison Square Garden
29.02.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - (The other two were the 2010 Peace Prize, awarded to dissident LiuXiaobo, and the 2000 Nobel Prize for Literature, awarded to Gao Xingjiang largely on the strength of “Soul Mountain,” a novel published in Taiwan in 1989 after Mr. Gao had already
27.02.2012 [AFP] - Nobel Peace Prize winner LiuXiaobo also suffered from these "disappearances." But Chen told AFP the latest draft of the law -- to be voted on during the NPC's session -- now rules that police inform family members of the whereabouts of suspects
09.03.2012 [Shanghaiist] - As you'd expect, mentions of the spiritual movement Falun Gong or activists such as LiuXiaobo and Ai Weiwei were regularly censored regardless of these factors, but even mentions of iodised salt and former general secretary of the CCP Jiang Zemin were
29.02.2012 [CRIENGLISH.com] - Both volunteers, LiuXiaobo and Xiao Bo are employees with Microsoft China. LiuXiaobo said Microsoft China arranges such charity activities once every 6 months. She took pencils, books and food purchased by colleagues for the visit to the migrant
02.03.2012 [CPJ Press Freedom Online (blog)] - If political reform is really underway, why are pro-democracy advocates like LiuXiaobo behind bars? When the weekend's results are in, these are the questions the international media should insist on asking. Despite signs of progress
01.03.2012 [CPJ Press Freedom Online (blog)] - This would legalize a pernicious practice that has recently been used against the artist Ai Weiwei, the lawyer Gao Zhisheng and the Nobel Peace Prize laureate LiuXiaobo. Up to now, such abductions have been technically illegal.
09.03.2012 [De Aziatische Tijger] - Met de toekenning van de Nobelprijs voor de Vrede werd LiuXiaobo in december 2010 plotseling China's bekendste mensenrechtenactivist. Maar op het moment dat in Oslo de prijs uitgereikt had moeten worden, zat de voormalige literatuur docent al twee
15.07.2012 Yu Jie is one of China's most prominent essayists and critics, with more than thirty books to his name. His latest work is a biography of his friend, Nobel Peace Prize laureate LiuXiaobo, that was published in Chinese in Hong ...
22.12.2010 LiuXiaobo, an imprisoned activist who was awarded this year's Peace prize for his "long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China," is best known for his participation in the 1989 Tiananmen Square ...
14.07.2012 In China, dissident LiuXiaobo, a long-time advocate of political reform and human rights, has been detained, placed under house arrest and imprisoned many times for his writings and activism. He is currently serving an 11 ...