Press Release Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that Three Gorges activist Fu Xiancai has sent an open letter to China’s Procurator-general, Jia Chunwang, requesting his intervention into Fu’s assault case.
Fu Xiancai appeals to National People's Congress
Human Rights in China press release
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that Three Gorges activist Fu Xiancai has appealed to the National People’s Congress (NPC) to intervene in his assault case. The Fifth Session of the Tenth NPC opened on March 5, while the Fifth Session of the Tenth National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) began on March 3.
Paralysed China activist seeks justice in parliament
Beijing: A Chinese activist working to help villagers displaced by the giant Three Gorges Dam and left paralysed after a beating last June, has appealed to China’s parliament for redress, according to a rights group.
Fu Xiancai petitions procurator-general over official inaction on assault case
(December 12, 2006) Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that Three Gorges activist Fu Xiancai has sent an open letter to China’s Procurator-general, Jia Chunwang, requesting his intervention into Fu’s assault case.
No regrets, Chinese activist says despite paralyzing attack
‘I will never regret
what I have done,’ says Fu Xiancai, who has begun receiving treatment
in Beijing at one of the country’s best rehabilitation centres
Paralyzed Chinese dissident arrives in Beijing clinic
Injured Three Gorges activist Fu Xiancai will spend at least three months at one of the best rehabilitation clinics in China, thanks to German donations.
The Fallen: Shame and scandal on the road to riches
(August 7, 2006) Mark O’Neill looks at a rogue’s gallery of the business world as China takes the fast lane to progress.
Chinese go further, faster and higher with media crackdowns two years before Beijing Olympics
(August 7, 2006) ‘The Chinese police continue to jail, attack or intimidate Chinese citizens who talk to the foreign press. The most dramatic recent case was that of Fu Xiancai, an activist on behalf of people displaced by the Three Gorges dam.’
New Chinese guidelines prohibit police brutality
(July 28, 2006) New Chinese guidelines identify specific acts of torture for which police can be prosecuted in an apparent attempt to rein in such abuses.
Officials conclude self-inflicted injury in Fu Xiancai case
(July 26, 2006) The official Chinese investigation into the assault of Three Gorges petitioner Fu Xiancai has concluded that Fu was not injured by someone else, and that no criminal act had been committed.